Reports

Phill fires in Milan - 30/11/03

Phill Sly ran a storming 2.15.27 for 10th in the Milan Marathon on Sunday - usurping John Macfarlane as No. 1 in the Thames marathon rankings for 2003.


Ranelagh Mob Match - 29/11/03

Ninety nine runners turned out for the Ranelagh mob match on Saturday. We had a good start - packing nine in the first ten. However the blues packed the middle order well so the final outcome was in doubt right until Jenny Thomas closed the team. Well done to all who turned out - particularly to Ashley Brutnall, Andy Lea-Gerrard and Emily Linklater who were making their debut for Thames. Full results below.

Position		Name	Time	THH	Ranelagh
1	John Macfarlane	38:44	1	 
2	Simon Wurr	38.49	2	 
3	Andy Weir     	38.52	3	 
4	Paul Doyle	40.37	 	4
5	John Rye    	40.39	5	 
6	Will Cockerell	40.40	6	 
7	Frank Dudbridge	40.53	7	 
8	David Symons	41.06	8	 
9	Andy Howse	41.50	9	 
10	Matt Jones	42.17	10	 
11	Marcus Gohar	43.49	 	11
12	Andy Bickerstaff	43.59	 	12
13	Larry Mathews	44.36	13	 
14	Mike Farmery	45.00	14	 
15	Peter Woodburn	45.08	15	 
16	John Cant     	45.14	16	 
17	Chris Owens	45.22	 	17
18	Alastair Kennis	45.28	18	 
19	Rob Stilwell	45.33	 	19
20	John Herries	45.39	 	20
21	Rhodri Davies	45.42	21	 
22	David Powell	45.50	 	22
23	Matt Bryant	46.05	23	 
24	Julian Smith 	46.19	 	24
25	Ed Barker        	46.20	 	25
26	Craig Lightbody	46.25	26	 
27	Barry Robinson 	46.42	 	27
28	Christian Vaughan	46.47	 	28
29	Nick Malynn	46.49	29	 
30	Michael Peace	46.58	 	30
31	Dan Pescod	46.59	31	 
32	Leslie Cherrington	47.14	32	 
33	Keith Firkin	47.43	 	33
34	Richard Hignett	47.51	34	 
35	Burkhard Fehsenfeld47.57	 	35
36	John Barnard	48.06	 	36
37	Alex Grosvenor	48.30	 	37
38	Sarah Grosvenor	48.30	 	38
39	Sarah Seal	48.31	 	39
40	Ashley Brutnall	48.53	40	 
41	Ian Trotter	48.56	41	 
42	Tim Nightingale	48.58	42	 
43	Peter Giles	49.03	43	 
44	Trevor Maguire	49.07	 	44
45	Steve Bird	49.31	 	45
46	Simon Lawrence	50.01	 	46
47	Andy Hayward	50.03	 	47
48	Chris Reid	50.07	 	48
49	Keith Spacie	50.27	49	 
50	Naomi Warner	50.29	50	 
51	Paul Whitlock	50.30	51	 
52	Clive Beauvais	51.04	 	52
53	Liz Kipling	51.29	 	53
54	Alastair Caisley	51.46	54	 
55	Ed Slyfield	51.53	55	 
56	Alistair Irvine	51.56	56	 
57	Pete Warren	52.08	 	57
58	David Wright	52.32	 	58
59	Andy Robinson	52.44	59	 
60	Alastair Sinclair	52.53	 	60
61	Alan Spencer	52.56	61	 
62	Kathryn Mallett	53.03	 	62
63	Steve Rowland	53.09	 	63
64	Wyn Williams	53.14	 	64
65	Bridget Cuthbert	53.29	 	65
66	Jay Rowden	53.37	 	66
67	Phil Aiken	53.39	 	67
68	David Alcock	53.41	68	 
69	John Hughes	53.48	 	69
70	Lynsey Morris	53.59	 	70
71	Clive Naish	54.16	 	71
72	Giles Stimson	54.23	72	 
73	Sue Ashley	54.35	 	73
74	Eliet Nascimento	56.42	 	74
75	Sonia Rowland	56.43	 	75
76	John Pratt	57.03	 	76
77	Martin Harrison	57.13	 	77
78	Jim Forrest	58.31	 	78
79	Dominic Moone	58.46	 	79
80	Vanda Cox     	59.07	80	 
81	Andy Johnson	59.40	81	 
82	Andy Lea-Gerrard	60.13	82	 
83	Louise Piears	60.16	 	83
84	Miriam Rosen	61.11	84	 
85	David Rosen	61.20	85	 
86	Julia Langensiepe	61.25	 	86
87	Julie Drummond	61.41	 	*
88	Emily Linklater	62.26	88	 
89	Syd Norris	63.10	89	 
90	Chris Robinson	64.01	90	 
91	Joanne Turner	64.40	 	*
92	John Bryant	64.55	92	 
93	Wally Garrod	65.31	 	*
94	Anthony Eady	66.53	94	 
95	Jenny Thomas	67.29	95	 
96	Stephen McClune	69.19	 	*
97	Lorna Smith 	75.20	 	*
98	Bev Ali        	82.39	 	*
99	Marina Quayle	82.39	 	*
Result	46 to score	 	2024	2265

Double 6 in Florence - 23/11/03

Thames scored two sixth places in the Florence Marathon - John Macfarlane ran 2-20-17 and Megan Clarke 2-50-28.


Oaxaca to Monte Alban 12km, Mexico - 22/11/03

Nick Altmann extended the reach of the Saltire for 7th place in Mexico on Sunday.

Nick is pleased to report that the race was very similar to home road races - similar age and ability, inadequate toilets at the start and an interminable presentation ceremony.


Keith takes 4th for England - 22/11/03

Keith Spacie showed the power of persistence with 4th place for England in the British and Irish cross country match at Celtic Manor on Saturday.

Under the knife just 18 months ago, Keith provides fine inspiration for all. And congratulations on a fine performance.


Bishops Stortford 10 - 16/11/03

The evergreen Richard Clarke and Alun Johns ran 1.02 and 1.03 for 35 and 50th


Vets dominate in Margate - 16/11/03

Congratulations to our V60 team who continued their run of team successes at Margate on Sunday. Keith was second (beaten by a few yards), Michael Johnson was third, and Robin Dickson fourth. As individuals Keith won the M65 gold, and in the M60 Michael and Robin won silver and bronze respectively.


Match -v- Cambridge - 15/11/03

Thames fielded 24 runners against Cambridge on the Common on Saturday. The Captains hyperbole of 60 opponents turned out to be wide of the mark but sadly we went down in both the 6 and 24 to score events.


MEN

1	Andy	Baddeley	Cambridge	37:39
2	Rowan	Hooper	Cambridge	37:39
3	John	MacFarlaneTH&H	37:58
4	Andy	Weir	TH&H	38:32
5	James	Mason	Cambridge	38:58
6	Colin	Hughes	Cambridge	39:00
7	Darren	Talbot	Cambridge	39:06
8	Ulrich	Paquet	Cambridge	40:04
9	Chris	Mischael	Cambridge	40:11
10	Henry	Brown	Cambridge	40:24
11	Simon	Wurr	TH&H	40:29
12	Dave	Symons	TH&H	40:33
13	Dave	Barker	TH&H	40:37
14	Edward	Brady	Cambridge	40:46
15	Robert	Morris	Cambridge	40:48
16	Oliver	May	Cambridge	41:21
17	Matthew	Hallissey	Cambridge	41:24
18	Al	Kennis	TH&H	41:29
19	Richard	Hewitt	Cambridge	42:07
20	Andy	Bell	Cambridge	42:29
21	Steven	Benson	Cambridge	42:36
22	Mark	Bowen	TH&H	42:52
23	John	Solly	Cambridge	42:53
24	Andy	Lynch	TH&H	43:17
25	Tom	Offard	Cambridge	43:22
26	Tom	Coates	Cambridge	43:36
27	Simon	Rutherford Cambridge 43:37
28	Jo	Mordue	Cambridge	43:52
29	Daniel	Chambers	Cambridge	43:55
30	Jose	Prieto	Cambridge	44:09
31	Mike	Farmery	TH&H	44:18
32	Bas	van Aken	Cambridge	44:40
33	Ian	Higgins	TH&H	44:50
34	Jon	Powell	TH&H	45:00
35	Larry	Mathews	TH&H	45:37
36	Joe	Marwood	TH&H	45:52
37	Rocky	Hirst	Cambridge	46:06
38	Dan	Pescod	TH&H	46:12
39	Jeff	Garland	Cambridge	46:23
40	Craig	Lightbody	TH&H	46:33
41	Richard	Hignett	TH&H	46:36
42	Angus	Brown	TH&H	46:49
43	Leslie	Cherrington TH&H	46:58
44	Tim	Nightingale TH&H	47:19
45	Andy	Stainsby	TH&H	49:49
46	Matthew	Alker	Cambridge	50:04
47	Richard	Parker	Cambridge	50:31
48	Al	Irvine	TH&H	51:58
49	Chris	Nicholson	TH&H	53:34
50	Alan	Spencer	TH&H	54:35
51	Dave	Walsh	TH&H	56:50
				
		6-to-score	24-to-score
		TH&H	61	767
		Cambridge	29	427

LADIES

1	Claire	Willer	Cambridge	24:34
2	Karen	Ellison	Cambridge	24:44
3	Rachel	Horne	Cambridge	24:50
4	Leah	Walland	Cambridge	25:35
5	Sabine	Hannema	Cambridge	27:22
6	Alice	Tozer	Cambridge	28:18
7	Tara	Worthington Cambridge 30:14
8	Catherine	Wood	Cambridge	30:17

Melbourne Half Marathon - 14/11/03

Alison Carpenter won the V45 prize with an excellent PB of 1.29


Success in Oxshott - 9/11/03

Richard Turner and Robin Dickson both won their respective age groups in the Oxshott 10k.

Richard placed 12th in 37.38 to win the V50s while Robin ran 41.41 for the V60s. Evergreen, and second claim Thames man, Peter Giles ran 39.04



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