Pyne stands tall in Sefton Park

LUCIA PYNE starred for West Cheshire Athletic Club at Sefton Park.

The youngster secured 18th position in a field of 118 competitors at the British Cross Country Challenge event in Liverpool.Pyne ran a controlled race and completed the under 13 girls event in a time of 12 minutes six seconds.

West Cheshire club mate Harvey Tegg clocked 11:33 for 42nd spot in the under 13 boys race, while his brother, Louis, posted 8:30 for 44th position in the under 11 boys event.

Dave Dentith was the first of four West Cheshire finishers in the under 15 boys race, clocking 10:43 for 45th place, ahead of Jac Goodall (80th in 11:19), Rory Willson (103rd in 11:45), and Patrick Tait (116th in 12:21).

Ethan Greenland completed the under 17 mens race in 89th place (20:14), ahead of Harri Britton, who posted 25:04 for 129th place.

Zeinab Weyers (158th in 39:16) and Anne-Marie Tait (167th in 40:31) represented West Cheshire in the senior womens race.

Mark Davies headed the West Cheshire male contingent in 234th place (38:37), backed up by Denis Duret (384th in 43:12), Bob Benson (458th in 47:08) and Peter Smith (504th in 49:40).

JOHN DRISCOLL was appointed West Cheshire AC president at the annual general meeting f the club on Friday November 27th. Other officers elected included Jon Tipping as club chairman, Dan Gilroy as club secretary, and Bob Benson as club treasurer.

WEST CHESHIRE AC youngsters will be aiming to consolidate their age group team positions at the final round of the North West Sportshall League this Sunday at Deeside College (12.30pm start).
The purple-vested club currently lead in the under 13 boys and girls and under 15 boys competitions after two of the three rounds staged at Widnes and Crewe.

CURRENT LEAGUE TABLES

UNDER 11 GIRLS – 1 Crewe & Nantwich 327 points; 2 Macclesfield 307.5; 3 West Cheshire 307; 4 Wirral 296.5; 5 Southport Waterloo 266.5; 6 Halton & Frodsham 242; 7 St Helens Sutton 222.5; 8 Warrington 189; 9 Handforth 93; 10 Liverpool 75.5; 11 Deeside 52.5.

UNDER 13 GIRLS – 1 West Cheshire 331; 2 Crewe & Nantwich 308.5; 3 Macclesfield 293.5; 4 Wirral 292.5; 5 Southport Waterloo 266; 6 St Helens Sutton 192; 7 Handforth 143.5; 8 Deeside 137.5; 9 Liverpool 131; 10 Halton & Frodsham 103.5; 11 Warrington 40.

UNDER 15 GIRLS – 1 Crewe & Nantwich 332.5; 2 Deeside 305.5; 3 Wirral 299.5; 4 West Cheshire 299.5; 5 Halton & Frodsham 172.5; 6 Liverpool 158; 7 Warrington 151; 8 Southport Waterloo 100.5; 9 Handforth 93; 10 St Helens Sutton 47.

UNDER 11 BOYS – 1 Crewe & Nantwich 325; 2 West Cheshire 300.5; 3 Wirral 294; 4 Macclesfield 286; 5 Halton & Frodsham 278.5; 6 Southport Waterloo 190; 7 Warrington 188; 8 St Helens Sutton 185; 9 Handforth 172.

UNDER 13 BOYS – 1 West Cheshire 329; 2 Crewe & Nantwich 322; 3 Wirral 299; 4 Southport Waterloo 230; 5 St Helens Sutton 175; 6 Liverpool 165; 7 Handforth 112; 8 Warrington 100; 9 Halton & Frodsham 74; 10 Deeside 40.

UNDER 15 BOYS – 1 West Cheshire 324; 2 Crewe & Nantwich 310; 3 Wirral 269.5; 4 Warrington 165; 5 Liverpool 120.5; 6 Halton & Frodsham 89; 7 Handforth 83; 8 Macclesfield 82; 9 St Helens Sutton 76; 10 Deeside 31.

WEST CHESHIRE AC road runners make the trip to Caernarfon on Sunday for the latest round of the Borders League (11am start), with the squad currently third in the Division One male and fifth in the Division One female team.

OTHER fixtures this weekend include the Manchester Area Cross Country League at Boggart Hole Clough, on Saturday, and a Sale Harriers Indoor Open Track and Field Meeting at Sportcity, Manchester, on Sunday (10.30am start).

Posted by Nick Pagan
30th November 2015
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