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Rock n Roll Arizona – Phoenix marathon
Sun 16 Jan 2011
Brian Friend kicked off the Phoenix marathon season with an excellent run at this (30,000 runner) event.
He set a target of 3:15 so his 3:14:44 is as close as dammit! This gave him 261st place with a remarkable AG 3rd.
Well done Brian. We have to get him back now to head the O50 team in the masters XC champs next weekend.
Sussex XC league (3) Bexhill
Sat 15 Jan 2011
It's the boys teams that are still keeping the Phoenix flag flying. The U13 boys fielded 5 runners with Archie Davis (3rd), Reuben Hoyte (4th), Isaac Wright (9th) running exceptionally well, with Joe Lillie and Will Russell in support. Winners on the day, the team have now moved into bronze position overall. The U15 boys have jumped from 7th to 4th overall with excellent runs from Billy White (3rd), Sam Kitchen (14th) and Luke Reynolds (21st). Thats where it stops with the under 17 boys without a team and no longer featuring in the tables.
Well done to Charlotte Matthews, Elorah Mann (U13G), Jodie Mann, Amber Muir (U15G) for strong performances. Its always going to be difficult to trouble the medals without full scoring teams. The U15s, though, have moved up from 9th to 8th place.
Then – oh dear – the senior turnout was dire. The women first. TheU17 runner Megan Lillie, was the ONLY Phoenix runner. She ran brilliantly for 30th place but in division 2, the women's team has now plunged from third to fifth position overall.
The men too were unable to provide a complete scoring team with James Miles (an excellent 9th) the only senior runner. As ever it was down to the four vets who turned up to provide a measure of respectability. Bruce Warren (33rd), Nigel Herron (48th) and Malcolm Hughes (69th) ran well, with O65 runner Andrew Haig (91st) unexpectedly having to contribute to the scoring. Inevitably the seniors have slipped from third to 4th overall but with 34 points separating them from bronze could still get among the medals at Lancing. The vets have slipped a place to 5th but it's very tight with just 11 points separating them from bronze-placed Arena 80.
THIS FROM U13 BOYS MANAGER QUENTON DAVIS:
…the U13 Boys now lie in bronze position in the team event overall. Statistically, we have not yet fielded our strongest 3 runners in any of the first 3 matches. Brighton & Hove have pretty much run away with the gold medal but Chichester, currently in 2nd place, are now only 15 points ahead of the Phoenix Boys. After the great performances on Saturday at Bexhill, we took the team event over Chichester by 12 points. With Archie Davis now looking like he is back to full fitness and the other boys all improving with every match, particularly Reuben, Matt Berridge and Isaac Wright, if we manage to field our strongest teams at Lancing, it may all get very interesting indeed. Whatever the outcome, this has been an outstanding cross country season for the Phoenix U13 Boys, who are pretty much all in their first season and with the exception of Will Russell, all eligible to compete in this age group again.
Sussex x-Country Champs
Sat 8 Jan 2011
Phoenix were able to field runners in all categories (39 in total) but success came almost exclusively from the boys and junior men. Congratulations to individual medal winners Billy White (gold), Charlie Grice (gold), Jake Elliot (silver), Max Pickard (silver) and Finn McNally (bronze). Team successes: U17B gold, JM silver, U13B bronze and U15B bronze.
Senior men were just 5 points off the medals in fourth place and the senior women came 5th
Mince Pie 10M
Sun 12 Dec 2010
A great showing by Daryll Hards for second place on this tough 10 miler.
2nd Daryll Hards 1:00:23
54th Terry Avey 1:16:20
60th Matt Plass 1:17:01
103rd Peter Hards 1:23:06
123rd Will Flewett 1:25:27
159th Elana Moore 1:29:50
325th Paul Thomas 2:29:14
Pudding Catcher 12k
Sun 12 Dec 2010
22 01:19:57 92 Liz Halliday Vet F 1ST
Plumpton Cross Country Sussex League Race
Sat 27 Nov 2010
A very cold day so a reasonable turnout especially by the seniors /vets
Sun 21 Nov 2010
Great Phoenix turnout and some fantastic performances here with quite a few pbs. Especial congratulations to Max Pickard for his first U20 placing and a beautifully-judged run.
Josh Guilmant 00:31:28 11 00:31:27 12
Max Pickard 00:33:11 26 00:33:09 25
James Miles 00:33:13 27 00:33:11 27
Dave Carter 00:33:35 31 00:33:33 31
Ray Matthews 00:35:44 64 00:35:41 68
Joseph Francis 00:35:46 65 00:35:40 67
Bruce Faulkner 00:35:56 71 00:35:51 72
Gary Thayre 00:36:11 77 00:36:05 78
Bruce Warren 00:36:51 89 00:36:45 89
Tom Holborn 00:37:25 105 00:37:14 105
Nigel Herron 00:38:07 132 00:37:59 133
Andy Triggs 00:38:32 148 00:38:32 151
Jon Pike 00:38:36 152 00:38:28 154
John Marinko 00:38:38 153 00:38:29 156
Lance Bellers 00:38:49 161 00:38:43 164
Jim Whitelegg 00:39:02 170 00:38:55 176
Erica Martin 00:39:06 176 00:38:59 178
Terry Avey 00:39:59 221 00:39:52 231
Andrew Neighbour 00:40:45 257 00:40:07 245
Elizabeth Durman 00:41:01 275 00:40:49 279
Roland Harrington 00:41:56 319 00:41:37 327
Malcolm Kemp 00:42:30 355 00:42:14 369
Tony Holborn 00:43:48 436 00:43:30 464
Gina Mcgeever 00:45:47 582 00:44:55 585
Michelle Arthurs 00:49:13 866 00:48:12 886
Cathryn Walsh 00:50:29 960 00:49:17 994
Deb Friis 00:51:23 1057 00:50:19 1117
Carolyn Austen 00:59:01 1718 00:58:21 1850
Ananda Mello-Costa 01:03:22 2040 01:00:53 2051
Paul Thomas 01:17:24 2412 01:14:54 2414
Sussex Grand Prix
Sun 14 Nov 2010
Thanks to Andy Bone and the team for a smoothly-run and successful event. Feedback has been good about the changes to distance and format. There is a full report and link to results together with a picture gallery in the news section.
New York Marathon
Sun 7 Nov 2010
Max-Patrick Lippert 3:07:12 (Half 1:29:56) 1415th
Sussex Grand Prix
Barns Green Half Marathon
Sun 31 Oct 2010
3rd Ian Leitch 1:10:27
27th Joe Francis 1:20:27
40th Bruce faulkner 1:21:56
70th Nigel Herron 1:25:41
78th Chris Mills 1:26:35
102nd Phil Hampshire 1:28:06
132nd Lance Bellers 1:29:38
169th Brian Friend 1:32:01
185th Andrew haig 1:32:56
233rd Daren Elliot 1:35:12
243rd Terry Avey 1:35:23
314th Stephen Webb 1:38:01
373rd Tony Holborn 1:39:53
383rd Elizabeth Halliday 1:40:02
940th Rik Taub 1:56:39
1646th Paul Thomas 3:14:57