Denbigh Harriers Weekly Report 29-1-17

Denbigh Harriers were well represented at the North Wales Cross Country Championships in Rhug on Saturday. The heavy muddy conditions made it tough going for the runners but there were a lot of medal winners from the club. The Women’s team picked up 4 awards as the 3rd team overall, 2nd masters team, individual gold for Ceri Diss in the W50 category and a bronze medal for Victoria Whitehead in the W40 category.

Women’s Senior Race

5th Ceri Diss Denbigh W50 23-04

13th Victoria Whitehead Denbigh W40 25-35

19th Katy Baugh Denbigh SW 27-00

24th Menai Baugh Denbigh W55 29-17

Senior Women’s Team 3rd Denbigh 31 pts

Women’s Master Team 2nd Denbigh 27 pts

1st W50 Ceri Diss

3rd W40 Victoria Whitehead

The men put out a strong team and one of the youngest for some time and this showed in some strong performances. The were great debut performances from Joe Welch and Dan Jones both who won medals on the day. The men won a total of seven awards taking the Men’s Team and Masters bronze, the M60 team gold and individual M65 gold for Martin Cortvriend, bronze M60 for Fred Jones, bronze M55 for David Baugh and bronze M40 for Glen Price.

Men’s Senior Race

15th Shaun Hughes Denbigh SM 38-43

19th Joseph Welch Denbigh M35 39-53

25th Glen Price Denbigh M40 40-54

29th Daniel Jones Denbigh SM 41-15

30th Tony Wood Denbigh SM 41-27

33rd David Baugh Denbigh M55 41-57

40th Tom Jones Denbigh SM 44-13

50th Llyr Jones M35

Men’s Senior Team 3rd Denbigh 151 pts

Male Masters  M35-49 Team 3rd Denbigh 36 pts

Men’s M60 Team 1st Denbigh 13 pts

1st M65 Martin Cortvriend

3rd M60 Fred Jones

3rd M55 David Baugh

3rd M40 Glen Price

In the 6 mile Tarren Hendre fell race that climbs 2000ft in the first two miles Ceri Belshaw finished in 1hr 13:42 and Emma Collins finished in 1hr 15:46 to win her age category.

On Sunday the evergreen Martin Cortvriend was the first M65 in the Meltham Tough 10k, West Yorkshire in a time os 45.01 which was a remarkable performance given his prize winning run the day before.

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