Reports

Easter Bunny 10k - 28/3/05

Richard Pitt bounded to 36.19 for 3rd M50.


Shining Cliffs Fell Race, Ambergate - 27/3/05

The captains worked off the Easter excesses with a brisk 5 mile fell race in Derbyshire. David finished second and Kate a chocolate winning fourth.


Australian masters championships - 27/3/05

Hugh Shields took advantage of a trip down under to take 5th in the 5000m.


Serpentine mob match - 26/3/05

Simon Wurr ran a storming lap to lead Thames home. But even with the first five home, we were unable to compete against the depth of the Serpentine team. Well done to the 18 Thames men who turned out - results below.

	NAME		Class	TIME	TH&H	Serp
1	Wurr, Simon		26.30	1	
2	Jones, Matt		28.06	2	
3	Lynch, Andy		28.19	3	
4	Bond, Evan		28.24	4	
5	Gould, Nic		28.37	5	
6	Reeves, Andrew		28.48		6
7   	Barrett, Simon		29.28		7
8	Maciver, Rvari		30.31		8
9	Lescott, Charles		30.42		9
10	Phillips, Eric		30.48		10
11	Fromme, Paul		30.51		11
12	Winn-Smith, Matthew	30.55	12	
13	Higgins, Ian		31.07	13	
14	Molden, Simon		31.15	14	
15	Clarke, Kenny		32.05		15
16	Green, John		32.45		16
17	O’Donnaghue, David	V40	32.58		17
18	Loriggio, Ian	V40	33.15		18
19	Lock, Justin		33.37		19
20	Hodge, Ian	V40	33.45		20
21	Spacie, Keith	V65	33.52	21	
22	Snelgrove, Bill	V45	34.05	22	
23	Bradey, Teresa	L40	34.07		23
24	Blair-Fish, Peter	V55	34.21	24	
25	Tilsey, John	V40	34.25		25
26	Sanders, Chris		34.45		26
27	Alexander, Anthony		35.00		27
28	Henderson, A.	V40	35.05		28
29	Wheeler, Dean		35.16		29
30	Howells, Rob		35.58		
31	Hancock, Karen	L45	36.08		
32	Warren, Pete	V65	36.36		
33	Jarvis, John	V60	36.36		
34	Malone, Mike		36.46		
35	Metcalf, Valerie	L40	36.57		
36	Yip, Tim			37.05		
37	Doxat, Charles	V60	37.13		
38	David, Maria	L35	37.17		
39	Gibbons, Al	V50	37.28	39	
40	Bevkes, Christel	V35	37.33		
41	Walsh, David	V60	37.33	41	
42	Bright, Ian	V45	37.47	42	
43	Slyfield, Ed	V55	38.01	43	
44	Alfred, Chou		38.18		
45	Whittaker, Rachel	L	38.56		
46	Chataway, Chris	V70	39.22	46	
47	Powell, Rachel	L35	39.54		
48	French, Malcolm	V50	40.27		
49	Brough, Rachel	L	40.57		
50	Justin, Doug	V55	41.18	50	
51	Smith, Richard	V50	42.17		
52	Glackin, Melissa	L	47.31		
53	Jenkins, David	V55	50.03	53	
54	Evans, Keith	V65	50.09		
55	Sacks, Cheryl	L	56.04		
56	Giles, Yasmine	L40	57.40	

Two Oceans marathon, Cape Town - 26/3/05

Matt Lynas recorded a personal best 3hrs 44mins and Craig Lightbody 4hrs 54mins for the 35 miles round Cape Town.


Last Friday of the Month Race - 25/3/05

Ewen Malloch ran an inspired 14.54, and Nic Gould a strong 16.14. Such was the holiday standard, this placed them 2nd and 15th respectively.


Kingston Breakfast Run - 20/3/05

Toby Sykes ran 1.43.43 for 42nd place


Bath Half Marathon - 20/3/05

Thames retained the team title after strong runs from John McFarlane (66.51), Ewen Malloch (67.33), Ian Harkness (68.44) and the Captain (70.20). Matt Lynas and Pete Woodburn also ran round well and it was good to see Ali Outram and Kate Symons back in action. Full results below.

1	Simon Tanui (Kenya)	1.02.53
10	John McFarlane		1.06.51
13	Ewen Malloch		1.07.33
18	Ian Harkness		1.08.44
24	David Symons		1.10.20
56	Matt Lynas		1.15.36
73	Pete Woodburn		1.17.19
82	Allie Outram		1.18.03
681	Kate Symons		1.35.51

Fleet Half Marathon - 20/3/05

Peter Giles took the M60 title with a fine 1.26.33, hot on the heels of Richard Pitt (1.20.46 and second M50) and Dan Pescod (1.22.35).


Orion 15 - 19/3/05

Rhodri Davies finished 18th in 1hr 49minutes, although he notes times were rendered irrelevant by a creative movement of markers and extension of the course by the local youth.


Roman Road Run - 19/3/05

Dan Leggate took advantage of the firm, fine conditions to win the James Ryan trophy for the fastest Thames runner, and Peter Blair-Fish the Cheshire Tally Ho trophy for the fastest Thames veteran. It was also good to see Peter Honniball racing again.

1 	Ben Moreau (Oxford) 	49:31
2 	Ben Hope (Cambridge) 	50:58
11 	Dan Leggate 		56:45
25	Peter Blair-Fish 	 	67:44
26 	Jeremy Denny 	 	68:17
28 	David Walsh 	 	76:26
30 	Mike Turner 	 	83:51
34 	Peter Honniball 	 	99:10

Redcar Half Marathon - 13/3/05

Jerry Watson ran a strong 1.18.32 in winter conditions typical of the north.


Hastings Half Marathon - 13/3/05

Andy Weir clocked 1.10.34 for tenth spot while Simon Baines finished in 1.13.59 for 27th.


Ten Mile Challenge and Handicap - 12/3/05

Mike Farmery made a very welcome return to racing to win the handicap. Michael Worthington also ran well, while Al Kennis put in his longest run for many a month. The winner of the Aggregate Handicap is Paul Newby with 19 points followed by Tim Nightingale with 21 and Al Kennis with 30.

	Name    		Time	Hcap 	Hcap Time	H Place
1	Symons, David	58:47	4:00	54:47	3
2	Lynas, Matthew	59:01	4:20	54:41	2
3	Daniels, Chris	60:34	4:40	55:54	6
4	Kennis, Al	62:40	5:20	57:20	9
5	Lynch, Andy	63:46	6:00	57:46	10
6	Matthews, Larry	64:36	6:00	58:36	12
7	Davies, Rhodri	65:04	10:00	55:04	4
8	Farmery, Mike	66:31	12:00	54:31	1
9	Worthington, Mike	68:44	13:20	55:24	5
10	Nightingale, Tim	70:21	14:00	56:21	7
11	Denny, Jeremy	74:22			
12	Snelgrove, Bill	77:23	10:00	67:23	19
13	Armitage, Jeff	77:24	20:40	56:44	8
14	Walsh, David	80:19	22:00	58:19	11
15	Johnson, Andy	81:21	20:00	61:21	15
16	Newby, Paul	82:19	21:20	60:59	14
17	Bright, Ian	90:40	25:20	65:20	16
18	Bryant, John	92:26	32:00	60:26	13
19	Carpenter, Frank	101:49	38:00	63:49	18
20	Dare-Bryan, Arminal115:45	50:00	65:45	17
21	Turner, Martin	115:58	20:40	95:18	20

British Masters Cross Country Championships, Bangor - 12/3/05

Keith Spacie ran his race of the season to take an excellent silver medal in the M65 category. Ben Reynolds was cruelly denied a medal as he placed 4th in the M40s, while Michael Johnson completed the Thames trio for 10th in the M60.

M65
1.	Walter Ryder (Morpeth)	42.24
2.	Keith Spacie		42.38

M40
1.	Brian Rushworth (Sund)	33.17
4.	Ben Reynolds		33.47

M60
1.	Martin Ford (Chelt)	39.44
10.	Michael Johnson		44.56

Paris Half Marathon - 6/3/05

Andy Weir ran round in a fine 69.30.


Reading Half Marathon - 6/3/05

John McFarlane ran an excellent 65.52 for 4th in the Reading Half while Jon Salmon (1.29.08) and Tim Low (1.38.57) also ran well.


Match v Bank and K&P - 5/3/05

Simon Wurr led the field home in a comprehensive 5 mile victory over the Bank and K&P. Congratulations also to Dave Walsh who celebrated his final race before moving up to the illustrious V60 team. Results below.

Position	Name	Club	Category	Time
1	Simon Wurr	THH		27:31
2	David Symons	THH		28:34
3	Matthew Lynas	THH		29:37
4	Simon Molden	THH		30:30
5	Richard Pitt	THH	V50	31:39
6	Tyrone Cummings	West.	U17	32:35
7	Peter Giles	THH	V60	33:09
8	Paul Oates	BoE	V55	34:12
9	Gwyn Jones	Guest	V40	34:33
10	Felix Hale	West.	U15	35:53
11	Clive Lloyd	BoE	V50	34:55
12	Ben Arnold	West.	U20	35:14
13	Keith Spacie	THH	V65	35:26
14	Alistair Irvine	THH	V40	35:57
15	Alan Gould	BoE	V50	36:14
16	Martin Boulton	THH		36:41
17	Graham Huntley	K&P	V50	37:48
18	David Walsh	THH	V55	39:26
19	Nicky Atkins	K&P	LV40	39:53
20	David Stone	BoE	V55	40:46
21	David Gibbons	K&P	V50	40:55
22	Peter Borland	BoE	V50	42:41
23	Chris Webb	BoE	V60	43:50
24	Cashel Riordan	K&P	V50	47:23

Team Result

3-to-score
THH	6
West.	18
BoE	21
K&P	33

6-to-score
THH	21
BoE	57

Rachel seals it for Surrey - 5/3/05

Rachel Disley made it the run of the week as she anchored the Surrey team to gold in the inter-county X-Country.



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