West Cheshire Athletic Club Newsletter

Number 112, 3rd February 2017.

ANEST CROWNED AT CORWEN
Anest Muller is celebrating a North Wales Cross Country Championship title, clocking 22 minutes 32 seconds for the challenging 3.75km course at Corwen.
Anest secured the over-35 womens age group victory and finished third overall in the womens race behind eventual winner Andrea Rowlands from Eryri, and runner-up Amie Bagnall (Prestatyn).

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Deeside AAC’s Ethan Ackroyd, who trains with us at West Cheshire, secured second spot in the under 17 mens race after negotiating the 5km course in 18:22.
RESULTS LINK: http://www.thepowerof10.info/results/results.aspx?meetingid=194538

IMOGEN STARS AT SAFARI PARK
IMOGEN PUGHE headed the under 13 girls squad home at Knowsley Safari Park in the Northern Cross Country Championship.
Imogen finished 49th in 13:17, backed-up by Lucia Pyne (56th in 13:21); Sophie Grainger (85th in 13:48); Jodi Bemand (162nd in 15:09); and Grace Scott (199th in 16:36).
RESULTS LINK: http://www.northernathletics.org.uk/2017-results-index/
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MICHAEL BLASTS TO NEW INDOOR BEST TIME
MICHAEL OZOEMELAM clocked a new under 15 boys 60m best of 7.60 seconds at the latest series of Manchester Indoor Open Meeting.
Jake Gibson posted a new under 17 mens 60m personal best of 7.90 seconds and his sister, Ellie Mai posted 9.37 seconds in the under 15 girls 60m.
Joseph Morrison rounded the under 20 mens 600m in 1:29:05.
RESULTS LINK: http://www.thepowerof10.info/results/results.aspx?meetingid=185701

EVER CONSIDERED BECOMING A CLUB QUALIFIED OFFICIAL?
If you’d like to become a qualified track and field coach, there’s a course being held at Wavertree Athletic Track, Liverpool, on Sunday, February 19, (from 10am-3pm) for anyone wanting to be a track judge, field judge, timekeeper, starter/marksman, or photofinish.
Please email: dennis.wall1@ntlworld.com. It’s first come first served so be quick

ENTRIES ARE NOW OPEN
ENTRIES are now being accepted for the Essar Chester Spring Five Miles Road Race on Wednesday, April 12. More details can be found at: www.westcheshireac.co.uk
The April 12 fixture is part of the Cheshire Grand Prix Road Race Series which also includes the Mid Cheshire 5k on Friday, April 28; the Alderley By-Pass Race on Sunday, July 2; The Pie & Peas Five Miles Race on Wednesday, August 2; The Essar Guilden Sutton Six 10k Race on Sunday, September 17; the Congleton Half Marathon on Sunday, October 1; and the Farndon 10k on Sunday, October 15.

CLUB RECEIVES ADVICE FROM BRIO LEISURE
BRIO LEISURE has emailed to request help during the next few weeks and months while they experience high volumes of traffic in the EPSV car park during peak times.
They’re looking at ways to improve the situation including adding more staff to help manage the direction of traffic and prevent customers parking in unsafe locations that also causes access/egress issues. They would like club members to help alleviate some pressure by suggesting a few ideas:
Do you need to drive to the facility, can you walk, cycle or use public transport? If you need to drive, can you car share with anyone else from the club to reduce the number of cars? If you’re a parent dropping a child off, make sure you are doing it in a safe location which is not causing congestion for traffic. Only park in designated parking spaces and not at the end of bays or in areas which are coned off. Please don’t park on a zebra crossing!
The car park has many spaces extending all the way over towards David Lloyd and around the ‘old school’ building so please utilise the whole car park. Thanks.

FORTHCOMING FIXTURES
Saturday, February 11 – Essar West Cheshire AC Schools Cross Country Race Series, at Ellesmere Port Sports Village (10am start).

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