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L2SOTM - The Longparish Second Sunday of The Month Handicap Race

August 2011

Race Held on Sunday 14th August 2011

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= Most Improved Person = Personal Best = Off Estimated Time

Position Name Number Handicap Finish Time Run Time Improvement
Handicap Last Run
1 Cole Wilkinson 129 05:00 30:58 25:58 05:02
2 Nannette Wilkinson 127 05:00 31:40 26:40 04:20
3 Phil Wilkinson 128 03:00 32:55 29:55 03:05
4 Gloria Goodliffe 44 -09:00 33:01 42:01 02:59 03:08
5 Nigel Goodliffe 47 -09:00 33:02 42:02 02:58 03:11
6 Callum McNeice 119 09:03 34:17 25:14 01:43 01:43
7 Teri Callus 77 02:15 34:31 32:16 01:29 01:29
8 Andy Best 124 11:00 34:51 23:51 01:09
9 Mike Callus 76 06:03 35:29 29:26 00:31 00:31
10 Alan Montague-Dennis 63 13:21 35:34 22:13 00:26 00:26
11 Uli Selg 130 03:00 36:00 33:00 00:00
12 Jacqui Healey 10 10:30 36:03 25:33 -00:03 00:28
13 Sue Sleath 126 14:30 36:09 21:39 -00:09
14 John Scott 17 09:34 36:30 26:56 -00:30 -00:30
15 Linda Noke 53 03:50 36:54 33:04 -00:54 00:00
16 Mike Sleath 125 06:00 37:08 31:08 -01:08
17 Judy Bannister 51 05:39 37:15 31:36 -01:15 -01:15
18 David Gould 2 15:48 37:31 21:43 -01:31 -01:31
19 Jeremy Barber 7 11:56 37:44 25:48 -01:44 -01:44
20 Andy Smith 4 10:12 38:12 28:00 -02:12 -02:12
21 Ray Noke 52 13:30 41:39 28:09 -05:39 01:50

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Race Report

The weather was fine for the August race. Lots of regulars were away but numbers were boosted by new runners Andy Best, the Evans' American house swappers, Phil, Nanette and Cole Wilkinson and Uli Selg and various Hardley Runners who were visiting Longparish to reccy the Test Way.

Jack presents the trophies to Teri and CallumCallum McNeice improved by nearly two minutes on his winning time from last month and was first male finisher not on an estimated handicap. Although the mug is normally for adults we felt he deserved to have it again. Hardley visitor Teri Jivraj was first lady and bubbled over with delight as she has never won a cup before.

Afterwards we had a round of Happy Birthday to celebrate Ray Noke's 60th and ate his lovely cake.

Thanks very much to everyone who helped, to Emma Smith, Jack, Peter, Maggie and Graham and Hardley friends for marshalling and time keeping. Thanks also to David for doing the signs and to the Cricket Club for the lovely venue.

We look forward to seeing you at the next race on Sunday 11 September.

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