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Crehan and Gawthorne Victorious at Strider Trail 5

Sunday saw the St. Helens Striders 5 Mile Trail Race return for it’s 4th instalment on a bright autumn morning down at Sankey Valley. Despite the perfect weather on the day, heavy rain in the days leading up to the event made for tricky underfoot conditions.

St. Helens Sutton A.C.’s Matthew Crehan once again showed his class to claim a 3rd victory in the race. Establishing a big lead from the off, his rivals were unable to come close as he stormed home in 28:43. It was a 1-2 for Sutton as Charlie Roberts was next to cross the line in 30:33. It was only Thomas Dempsey of Kirkby Milers who prevented a total Sutton domination of the podium with a fast finishing 31:41 to claim 3rd in front of David Twigg.

In the ladies’ race, last year’s champion returned to defend her title. Lisa Gawthorne of Liverpool Pembroke and Sefton Harriers made light work of the mud to dominate the race and once again claim victory in an impressive 36:44. Liz Whitfield of Warrington’s Spectrum Striders earned a hard fought 2nd place in 38:52, with Jennifer Brady of Liverpool Running Bugs claiming 3rd.

There was further success in the age group categories for Sutton as Chris Birkett claimed the V40 prize sfter finishing in 6th place overall and Chris Reid bagging the V55 win to cap a great day for the club. Other winners included Robert Hough (V45) and Alan Brady (V65)of Spectrum Striders , Christopher Lee of Liverpool Running Bugs (V50) and Anthony Beyga of Kirkby Milers (V60).

For the ladies, Pat Helsby of Kirkby Milers produced a sensational performance to finish first in the V60 race, ahead of the winners of other younger age categories. Kate Johnson of Spectrum Striders earned the V45 prize, with clubmate Eleanor Roberts claiming the V50 win. Other winners were Tracey Carr of Liverpool Running Bugs (V55) and Cath Boland of time2run (V65).

With members of St.Helens Striders employed in organising and marshalling the race, there was the chance for one lucky Strider to win a golden ticket entry to the race through a club raffle which raised £174 for the St. Helens Young Carers Charity. Mark Hamilton was the winner, and was cheered on enthusiastically by his teammates out on the course to finish in 51st place overall.

Fast start at the Strider Trail 5 Mile Race
Matthew Crehan out of sight of his rivals.
Ladies champion Lisa Gawthorne on her way to victory.
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Striders Out in Force for Cross Country Opener

For many, autumn conjures images of the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness. But for St. Helens Striders, it is the season of mud, blood and thunder as the North West Cross Country League makes its return to the weekends.

The first fixture of the season took place under fresh and glittering skies at Beacon Park, Upholland, which were in stark contrast to the quagmire underfoot after a long period of rainy weather. As ever, its places and team points that matter in cross country rather than times, so the strong Striders team set out to face the hills and the mire of the Beacon full of positivity.

First Strider home was the peerless David Wilson, who made light of the brutal course to power the vertiginous final hill to the finish in 12th position overall. Returning from injury, Kane Green ran a careful race in the ankle deep mud to cross the line in 33rd place. Next was the ever consistent Mark Riley to claim 42nd place with Ian Chisnall breathing down his neck the whole way to finish in 45th. Phil Lawrenson and Anthony Ellis both finished inside the top 100 to complete the scoring for the team competition.

For the ladies, Rachael Fairclough was once again the star perfomer as she finished in 3rd place – a great first race as she prepares to represent her country in November. Kylie Barlow produced another excellent display to cross the line in 19th, while Rach Wilcock proved a superb addition to the club in her debut race as a Strider, delighting her new teammates with a 24th place finish. Cutting a dash with her new pink hair, Susan Kerfoot was 4th Strider home, while the unflinching Wendy Davies soldiered on despite a badly cut heel to follow Kerfoot across the line.

A band of Striders diced with death as they took on the unique challenge of the ‘Beat the Reaper’ 10K in Croxteth. First to avoid an untimely end was Eric Ranson, racing around the course to earn a 9th place finish in an impressive 41:30. Graham Jones, in his trademark fluent style, was close behind in 42:19 with Danny Fegan also running strongly in 44:00. Tony Padmore was another to dodge the Reaper’s scythe, completing the course in 46:06.

Performance on the day, however, came from Gerry Shaw who finished 5th in the ladies race with an excellent time of 48:08.

Gary Eccleston and Nicky Donovan travelled to Lytham for the Green Drive 5 Mile Race. The pair continued their recent streak of PBs with Eccleston clocking a fantastic new best of 37:29 and Donovan also securing a new best mark of 42:29

Globetrotters Katie Taggart and Pete Medlicott travelled to the east coast of the US for the Brooklyn Marathon. It was an outstanding performance from Taggart, who earned a huge new PB at the iconic 26.2 mile distance as she came home in 4:16. Her remarkable display also gave her 5th place in her age category in a huge field of athletes. Taggart’s great friend Medlicott was with her every step of the way to finish just one second behind.

Cross Country images courtesy of Richie Deane Photography.https://www.facebook.com/deano2019/ )  (https://richiedeanephotography.com/?fbclid=IwAR2M40IcUspF3IWhjMDGBILPhvX9SV8XpKzz9cgOr1xJCPgTKANV0gzZRvg)

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Striders line up for Cross Country opener at Beacon Park

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Katie Taggart and Pete Medlicott in Brooklyn

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David Wilson leads the way for the men


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Rachael Fairclough skips across the mud on her way to 3rd


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Ian Chisnall fends off a Penny Lane rival


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Kevin Cairns enjoying his Cross Country debut


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Strider Trio enjoying the mud


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Janet Holmes traversing the mudbath


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Kylie Barlow powers to the finish

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Hamilton Blazes a Trail to Victory in Wigan

St. Helens Striders made the short trip over Billinge Hill to compete in the Wigan Trail 10k on Sunday. This excellent event, organised by local rivals Wigan Harriers, is always a favourite on the Striders calendar.
On what was a glorious spring morning, Kelly Hamilton produced a sensational performance to emerge victorious in the ladies’ race, in a blistering 40:58. Next to cross the line for the women were sister act, Wendy Davies and Ann Johnson. After battling throughout the race in a great display of sibling rivalry, Davies finished in 48:07 with Johnson hot on her heels just one second behind.

First home for the men was John ‘The Electrician’ Williams. He finished in 31st place overall in a time of 43:00. He was delighted to earn a cash prize as the first finisher for Striders who had most athletes of any club competing in the race. Next was the ever consistent Darren Eckersley in 43:28 (33rd), followed by Andy Shaw in 45:22 (49th). There was another outstanding performance from Frank Cahill who overpowered his age group rivals to secure 1st place in the V60 category.

Back on Merseyside, a team of Striders took part in a charity race hosted by Liverpool Running Bugs. The ‘No More Knives’ 5 Mile Race at Stadt Moers Park in Knowsley. The event raised a huge amount of money for the charity set up in the wake of the tragic murder of Adam Ellison in 2017. Hannah Whittaker finished in 2nd place in the ladies’ race with close friend and training partner Lisa Cheers close behind in 3rd. Kevin Outten performed admirably to finish in 8th place overall.

Anita Hall headed to Cheshire to take on the formidable Sandstone Trail Challenge. She competed the epic 33 mile course in an impressive 8 hours.

In Preston, the tireless Brian Davies was the lone Strider at the Blacksticks 10k and produced yet another solid performance, finishing in 58:37.  

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Sisters Wendy Davies and Ann Johnson cross the line seconds apart
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Kelly Hamilton on her way to victory at Wigan Trail 10K
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Kevin Cairns powers towards the finish line in Wigan.
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Sharon O’Connell all smiles in the Wigan sunshine.
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Striders line up ahead of the Wigan Trail 10K
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Jenny Martin running strong at Wigan Trail 10K
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Kelly Hamilton with her winner’s trophy.
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Striders take on the London Marathon

All eyes were on the capital on Sunday for the 2019 Virgin Money London Marathon. At one of the world’s iconic sporting events, St. Helens Striders had a strong team of runners primed for the challenge.

In front of tens of thousands lining the streets and a worldwide audience of millions, Daniel Cheetham was the first Strider to finish in a fantastic 2:58, breaking the magical three hour barrier once again.

David Wilson was next home, finishing in 3:16. It was a disappointment for Wilson, who was well on course for a new club record but was stricken with injury around the halfway point. His still impressive finishing time was testament to his boundless grit and determination.Scott Barlow, in his debut marathon, performed tremendously to finish in 3:39 while trail enthusiast David Brisco completed his first and last road marathon in 4:03; a solid effort after having his preparation hampered by illness and injury. Another first-timer, Dave Lynch, crossed the line in 4:56.The ever-popular Mike Brunt also delighted his friends and followers as he conquered the course in 5:47.

It’s been said the course of true love never did run smooth, but Colin Wilson and Jane Marshall proved the Bard of Avon wrong as the lovebirds trained together for the Shakespeare Marathon and Half Marathon in Stratford-upon-Avon. Their training was a great success as Wilson secured a huge PB finishing in 3:53 – an astounding 23 minutes faster than his previous best. Marshall was not to be outdone, and she also achieved a PB of 1:58 in the half marathon, a 6 minute improvement on her previous best mark.

Mark and Brenda Carrier travelled to the sunny island of Mallorca. Mark completed the Magaluf Half Marathon in 1:56 in the oppressive heat, while his beloved wife Brenda was equally impressive, finishing the 10k in 1:05. Over on the Spanish mainland, Lynda Butchard put the disappointment of missing the Greater Manchester Marathon behind her. She blazed a trail through the Spanish capital of Madrid, completing the city’s half marathon in 2:34.

Earlier in the week, a trio of Striders took part in the Mid-Cheshire 5k. The fast, flat course attracts a quality field of athletes from across the country. Kelly Hamilton finished in a blistering 19:26, with devoted husband Mark following closely in 22:03. Kerry Riley also completed the course in 25:10.

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Lynda Butchard at the finish line in Madrid.
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Mark and Brenda Carrier show off their medals in Magaluf
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Jane Marshall celebrates PB at the Shakespeare Half Marathon
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Colin Wilson recovers after his marathon PB
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David Brisco and Mike Brunt ahead of the London Marathon
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Kerry Riley, Kelly and Mark Hamilton at the Mid-Cheshire 5k

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A blazing hot Easter Sunday morning saw one of the most eagerly awaited races in the calendar as a host of disciples from Striders travelled to the Hale Village 5 Mile Race.

First Strider home was Kane Green, who overcame the sweltering heat to finish 8th overall in an impressive 28:54.

In a delightful moment, the formidable Rachel Fairclough was next, finishing 4th lady in 32:57 with her devoted husband Peter Fairclough seconds behind while pushing their adorable son Sam across the line in his buggy. The next generation of Striders are already experiencing the racing bug.

Next home was Kelly Hamilton who finished in 33:15, producing a sensational sprint finish to outrun a close rival and snatch 5th lady metres from the finish line.

3rd Male across the line was Eric Ranson, in 33:03 and 43rd overall. Hannah Whittaker was 3rd female Strider and 11th lady overall in 34:41 despite being hindered by an early stumble.

Egged on by the bumper Easter crowd, a number of Striders’ ladies achieved new personal bests. Sharon Swift, living up to her name, delighted her followers as she crossed the line in 41:47, with Jackie Ellis also producing a great performance to lower he previous best in 46:50. It was an extraordinary effort from Ellis who obliterated her previous record by almost ten minutes. The inspirational Pauline Horsfall continued her outstanding year as she once again claimed first prize in the FV60 category with a magnificent 36:59.

Not to be outdone by their female counterparts, the men also collected an Easter basketful of lifetime bests. Grizzled veteran Tony Dagnall sprang around the course like a new born lamb to finish in a superb 35:38, while Mark Fillingham’s dedicated training schedule paid off as he secured a new best mark of 40:25. Smiling assassin Nigel Herbert also continued his rapid recent improvement with an excellent PB of 46:38.

Other notable performances came from Cherryl Orrick, Chris Reid (35:03), Peter Teeling (38:08), Peter ‘Boomer’ Bennett (40:59) and the evergreen Frank Cahill who finished 2nd in the V60 category in a superb PB of 34:34.

Good Friday saw three Striders take on the Calder Vale Country 10 Mile Race. The intrepid trio faced daunting climbs reminiscent of another infamous Good Friday climb up Golgotha. This proved no problem for Brian Middleton as he performed doggedly to claim 1st Place in the V60 category. Eric Ranson and Rebecca Mckenna also conquered the challenge to more than earn their Easter Eggs.

On Saturday, Striders’ very own superwoman, Collette Flaherty, conquered the gruelling Liverpool to Manchester Ultramarathon. She defied the heat and the seemingly endless 50 mile course to finish in impressive style.

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Nigel Herbert all smiles on his way to a 5 mile PB at Hale
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Colette Flaherty after running the 50 Mile L2M Ultramarathon
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Huge team of Striders ready to take on the Hale Village 5 Mile on Easter Sunday

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First Strider Kane Green does battle with eventual female winner Elizabeth Renondeau
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Brian Middleton, Rebecca McKenna and Eric Ranson at the Calverdale 10 Mile
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Team Fairclough and Kelly Hamilton battle the heat at Hale
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Striders take on Hawkshead challenge

A team of St. Helens Striders athletes travelled north to the shores of Lake Windermere to take on the Hawkshead Lakeland Trail Challenge. And a challenge it truly was, with one notorious climb known as The Coffin Trail testing even the most hardened hill runners amongst them.

Kevin Cairns, in his last trail race until the next one , completed the tough 16km circuit in an impressive 1.34. Not far behind was the tireless Pete Medlicott, crossing the line in 1:42. Other hardy souls to conquer the course were devoted spouses Gerry and Andy Shaw; the dynamic duo of Claire Blennerhassett and Rebecca Mckenna; lovebirds Daniel Tetlow and Susan Kerfoot; as well as Paul Carr, Simon Poole and Gary Ward.

Paul Booth was also on his travels as he competed in the Colwyn Bay to Prestatyn Coastal Half Marathon. Despite battling illness, Booth finished in a highly respectable 1:50, securing a top 100 finish in the large field.

Top traveller of the weekend, however, was Ian Spencer. In sunny Mallorca, he completed the Puerto Pollensa 10k in an excellent 58:32.

Closer to home, the Tunnel 10k saw athletes race under the water from Liverpool City centre to New Brighton. First Strider home was the ever dependable Eric Ranson in a time of 41:03. Next came Danny Fegan with a strong finishing 43:14. First lady was Cherryl Orrick, who battled the windy conditions to finish in 50:14. Rachel Tickle was next, followed closely by Debs Hill.

For Sharon O’Connell, there was a trip to the iconic Olympic Park in London for the Chase the Sun 10k. Inspired by the heroics of 2012, she broke the club V45 record in a magnificent 47:07.

A duo of multi-skilled Striders displayed their swimming and cycling pedigree alongside their more established running talents at the Edge Hill Triathlon. The rapidly improving Elaine Porter completed the event in 1:32, with Mike Cox not far behind in 1:40.  

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Gerry Shaw about to climb the Coffin Trail at Hawkshead
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Striders all smiles before the Hawkshead 16k Trail Challenge
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Kevin Cairns on a high at Hawkshead
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Cherryl Orrick and Rachel Tickle complete the Tunnel 10k
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Race Results – W/C 11th February 2019

Parbold and Wrexham

Saturday saw the 49th running of The Parbold Hill Race. Over the 7 mile course, runners have to negotiate muddy fields, climb lung busting hills and hurdle fences. Despite these challenges, it is one of the most eagerly anticipated events on the local race calendar.

No fewer than 41 runners from St. Helens Striders toed the line at the start. The irrepressible Jon-Jo Doherty (41:48) finished in 2nd place, beaten only by his good friend and rival, Tom Griffiths of St. Helens Sutton AC. Next home for Striders were Chris Hazeldine in an impressive 8th place (43:39) and Richard Seville in 42nd overall (49:41).

For the women, Susan Kerfoot delighted her friends and family by finishing in 25th place in a time of 1:03. She was followed by club stalwarts Sarah Charlton and Sharron Burt, who showed their unparalleled grit and determination to cross the line seconds apart in 1:13.

On Sunday, a team of Striders crossed the border into Wales to test themselves in the Wrexham Half Marathon. A high-quality field assembled for the race which incorporates the North Wales Half Marathon Championships.

David Wilson continued his recent splendid form, finishing in 40th place overall in a breathtaking time of 1:16. Kelly Hamilton stepped up to the 13.1 mile distance after her stunning exploits last year and continued in the same vein, crossing the line in 1:31:15 for 37th placed female overall. She was closely followed by the ever improving Hannah Whittaker, who chased Hamilton home in a time of 1:31:31.

A number of the Striders contingent achieved new Personal Bests in the race. Whittaker’s loyal husband Craig achieved a new best time of 1:40, as did second Strider to finish, Scott Robertson (1:27), Ian Wright (1:33), John Williams (1:30) and Mark Hamilton, who knocked a huge nine minutes off his previous best (1:44). Jenny Appleton also achieved a fantastic PB of 2:24, seven minutes faster than her previous fastest mark. Cherryl Orrick and Sue Heaps ran superbly to set new Striders age group records in times of 1:50 and 1:56 respectively, and there were good performances from Paul Booth (1:40) and Paul Brown, who selflessly sacrificed his own time to pace a good friend to finish in around 2 hours. Kerry Riley also achieved her target of a sub 2:00 finish in 1:59.

Lone Strider at the Central Lancashire 5k was Chris Reid, finishing in 21:35, while Mark Riley took on the Power of 5k Race in Lancaster and finished in a blistering time of 17:58 to record a new PB.

Striders ahead of the Wrexham Half Marathon.
Chris Hazeldine leaps the fence on his way to 8th place at Parbold. Knowsley Harrier falls heavily.
Mike Brunt leads a band of Striders across the line.
Anthony Ellis leaps the fence at Parbold.
Richard Seville with a prodigious leap.
Striders contingent geared up for Parbold Hill Race
David Brisco leads the way up Parbold Hill
2nd placed Jon-Jo Doherty holds aloft winner, Sutton’s Tom Griffiths at Parbold Hill Race

2nd Placed Jon-Jo Doherty holds aloft winner, Sutton’s Tom Griffiths, at Parbold Hill Race.

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Race Results – W/C 14th January 2019

A band of St. Helens Striders converged on Cheshire to take on the Helsby Half Marathon . Martin Ballard and Chris Reid led the way, clocking new course PBs in identical times of 1:34. Leslie and Alex Abbott were next home in 1.46 and 1.50 respectively. Jo Keogh, Pete Medlicott and Katie Taggart completed the Striders contingent with strong performances.

New recruits Andy and Gerry Shaw certainly proved resolute at the Carlisle Resolution 10k. Andy earned the domestic bragging rights, finishing in an impressive 48:20. His devoted wife Gerry was hot on his heels, however, following close behind in 50:27. An impressive Striders debut for the dynamic duo.

The hills were calling for a daring trio of Striders. At the Coed-y-Brenin Half Marathon in Wales, Joe Weaver (1.49) and Tom Chadwick (1.58) negotiated the tricky trails and over 2000ft of ascent to conquer the 13.1 miles in hugely impressive fashion. Closer to home, Eric Ranson took on the 10k Mast Race, a gruelling slog to the summit of Bolton’s Winter Hill. Eric performed admirably, earning a top 40 finish in a superb time of 48:53 .

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Striders contingent at the Helsby Half Marathon


Striders debutants Gerry and Andy Shaw at Carlisle Resolution 10k

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Striders Cross Country Success

Race Results – W/C Monday 12th November 2018

The St Helens Striders at Beacon Park for Round 2 of the Cross Country League The St Helens Striders at Beacon Park for Round 2 of the Cross Country League

The Striders travelled to Beacon Park in vast numbers for the second cross country event on the calendar. The St Helens Striders unparalleled togetherness and team camaraderie made many other clubs watch on in amazement. Kelly Hamilton led from the front finishing 1st lady overall and to the delight of her fellow teammates. Not far behind her, her good friend and teammate Rachael Fairclough, cutting herself through the pack like butter, deservedly made second lady and a one two for the girls. Hannah Whittaker dug deep to finish 7th. There were some serious debuts for Anthony Ellis, Zoe Fillingham, Elizabeth Phillipson, and the fastest signing to date Chris ‘Curly’ Hazeldine, who crossed the line as first male finisher for the Striders and 17th overall.

The 13 Arches Half Marathon Success StoryThe 13 Arches Half Marathon Success Story

In the 13 Arches Half Marathon, the utterly indefatigable Kevin Brennan finished 1st Strider home in 36th place in 1:34:24. Claire Scott, having mercilessly exerted all of her energies, successfully banked 1st V45 in 1:45. Ann Johnson, Sharon OConnell, Karl Bowles, Vera Langley and their greatly esteemed navigator David Brisco, made for a closely guarded cluster of support which paid dividends with them all finishing strongly.

The Indefatigable Kevin Brennan Marches ForthThe Indefatigable Kevin Brennan Marches Forth

Katie Taggart as Cool as you like at the Conwy Half Marathon
Katie Taggart as Cool as you like at the Conwy Half Marathon

In the Conwy Half Marathon, Danny Fegan treated family and friends to yet more heroics finishing with a fantastic spurt of energy in 1:38:00. Katie Taggart meanwhile with her longstanding teammate ‘Pistol’ Pete Medlicott, proved yet again a successful partnership. Katie when asked about her thoughts on the race stated, ‘The beautiful scenery took my mind off the pain when I was running up the Orme’. Elsewhere in the Preston Harriers 10 miler Brian Davies secured a PB in 1:31:21. And in the Republic of Ireland at the Buncrana ParkRun, Co. Donegal; Jon-Jo Doherty broke the course record in a time of 16:48.

Danny Fegan Proving to be a Huge Success
Danny Fegan Proving to be a Huge Success

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Race Results – W/C 29th October 2018

Team Striders out in force marshalling the Trail 5 race, directed by Rachel Tickle

The weekend before bonfire night was a real sparkler for the St Helens Striders.

Getting the weekend off with a bang was the effervescent Collette Flaherty who competed in Punk Panther’s ‘A Short Circuit’ race. This confusingly titled race is actually 53km long set against a stunning backdrop. Flaherty whizzed around the course to finish as 3rd female in an impressive 7:39:11.

David Wilson shot off like a rocket at the Halewood 5k. The club’s marathon record holder ran an accomplished race setting a new personal best at this distance of 16:44. Sparks also flew at the Leeds Abbey Dash 10k as Kerry Riley knocked nearly a minute off her previous best time. Her fellow Striders were delighted for her when she finished in 52:46. Husband Mark Riley led the Strider pack in 39:58 closely followed by another husband and wife duo Kelly Hamilton (40:22) and Mark Hamilton (48:38).

Three Strider Firecrackers raced the half-marathon distance on Sunday. Kevin Cairns and Sue Heaps travelled to Lancaster where they completed the course in excellent times of 1:42:59 and 1:57:35 respectively. Scott Robertson’s explosive pace saw him finish the Tatton Park half in 1:28:21.

Sunday was the St Helens Striders annual Trail 5 mile race around Carr Mill Dam and the surrounding area. It is a particularly leg-burning course but hugely popular with local runners who enjoy the mud, hills and scenic route. Race director, Rachel Tickle, and her band of volunteers all clad in Strider red, ensured the race ran smoothly and was enjoyed by all. Club members all commit to marshall the race to make it as lively as possible for the runners. However this year, Striders’ luckiest man Mark Fillingham, won a charity raffle to run as the sole Strider, ensuring his hand was as hot as a bonfire after all the high fives he received along the course!

Team Striders out in force marshalling the Trail 5 race, directed by Rachel Tickle
Team Striders out in force marshalling the Trail 5 race, directed by Rachel Tickle


Paul Brown, Jenny Appleton and mini-Strider marshalls Maibon and Morgann ready to cheer on trail runners


Kevin Cairns proudly displays his well deserved Lancaster Half medal

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