Results for 2022

Results are published here in date order, latest at the top. If you have any results to add, please email the webmaster (see contact us page).

Nowadays quite a lot of races only show club name for EA registered runners. This is very frustrating as it makes it much more difficult to find Hardley results.  If I miss you please email me.  Or better still, join EA.

Geoff Mills Trophies

Geoff was a prolific racer who represented Hardley in pretty well every local race even into his 80s. To celebrate his love of racing his daughters donated two floating trophies, one for women and one for men. They are awarded annually to the two Hardley members who represent our Club in the most races in the RR10, HRRL, HCCL and CC6 Leagues plus the Hampshire, South of England and National Cross Country Championships. The more races you complete, the more points you get, with a current maximum of 33 events.

2021/22 season results so far (Excel spreadsheet)

 

View results from previous years.

RR10 2022 Round Up

Dan has produced a couple of wonderful summaries

The 10th RR10 - IBM Hursley -17 August 2022

Click on the photo to see an album, with thanks to Derek Jennings

Dan reports,

The final RR10 of the 2022 season was at IBM Hursley hosted by Eastleigh runners. A 30 second hand clap was given by all the runners before the start in respect of Eastleigh runner and organiser David Hawkins.  The course was similar to previous years with one lap of a grass field, before 2 laps around the IBM grounds running over grass, gravel and tarmac. There were some tight turns and twists and some short sharp inclines, which was actually a very challenging course to complete.

Leading the ladies' home was Jo Avery in 45th place, Jane Hodge in 49th and a very low F60 placing, and Lisa Lewis in 56th place with a very good F50 placing.

First male home was Dan Latham in 32nd place, Nathan Renyard in 46th place and Matt Casey in 72nd place.  Kevan Day finished well in the M60's in 88th place and Mick Anglim finished in a great 164th M70's placing.

Roy Van Hal was involved in a great finishing battle with a Southampton AC runner over the final lap of the cricket pitch as we cheered him in.

Thanks again everyone for coming out to run, it makes the organisation all worthwhile! We will do a final round up of the seasons results once they are published.

Hardley results are below.  The full results will be on the RR10 website (see Links tab above) by the evening after the race. 

 

Ladies

Name

Cat.

Pos.

 

Name

Cat.

Pos.

Joanna Avery

F40

45

 

Lindsey Simpson

F50

92

Jane Hodge

F60

49

 

Barbara Bradley

F50

98

Lisa Lewis

F50

56

 

Joanna Blackmore

 

138

Men

Name

Cat.

Pos.

 

Name

Cat.

Pos.

Dan Latham

 

32

 

Andrew Simpson

M50

189

Nathan Renyard

M40

46

 

Sam Messer

 

191

Matt Casey

 

72

 

Paul Newby

M70

209

Kevan Day

M60

88

 

Peter Hackston

M50

216

Paddy Butler

M60

95

 

Mike Clarke

M70

219

Mark Lee

M50

149

 

Andrew Barber

M60

231

Mick Anglim

M70

164

 

Robert Wells

M40

233

Dave Wilson

M60

171

 

Mike Sleath

M60

236

Martin Loveless

M60

172

 

Roy Van Hal

M70

241

Mike Smith

M70

186

 

 

 

 

 

The 9th RR10 - Badger Farm Winchester - 3 August 2022

Dan reports

Run 9 of the RR10 series was at Badger Farm in Winchester, in the Words of Mick Anglim; "since 1985 this is the toughest RR10 course we've ever had". It was an enjoyable run though, with a very simple and effective course; run uphill for 2K, then run down hill for 2K through a wooded gulley and look out for the roots, and then do it again.

There was a smaller ladies attendance tonight, with Lisa Lewis first home in 39th place, closely followed by Jane Hodge in 41st place, Sarah Fitton in her best finish this year 59th and Jo Blackmore in 106th.

First home for the men was Dan Latham in his highest RR10 position 20th, Simon Ibbotson in another consistent 42nd. Matt Casey & Aaron Pritchard would have run hand-in-hand if the gulley was wide enough, finishing in 68th & 69th.

We also had some very high placed age category results; so well done to Lisa Lewis, Jane Hodge, Kevan Day and Mick Anglim.

Andy Kellaway made a return to the series with his first run post lock-down finishing respectably in 111th.

Well done all, great efforts on a very tough course, but it seemed to suit us Hill Efficient Hardleys, thank you coaches it's clearly paying off!!! The next Final RR10 of the year is at IBM Hursley on 17th August starting at 7pm, hope to see as many of you there for the season finale (there's still time to run your first RR10 in 2022) !!!

Hardley results are below.  The full results are on the RR10 website (see Links tab above). 

And here, with thanks to Derek Jennings, is an album of Hardley members at the race.

Ladies

Name

Age Cat.

Pos.

Name

Age Cat.

Pos.

Lisa Lewis

F50

39

Sarah Fitton

F50

59

Jane Hodge

F60

41

Joanna Blackmore

 

106

Men

Name

Age Cat.

Pos.

Name

Age Cat.

Pos.

Dan Latham

 

20

Mark Lee

M50

123

Simon Ibbotson

 

42

Mick Anglim

M70

129

Matt Casey

 

68

Paul Newby

M70

156

Aaron Pritchard

M40

69

Peter Hackston

M50

161

Kevan Day

M60

75

Ian Beveridge

M50

165

Paddy Butler

M60

77

Robert Wells

M40

174

Paul Blundell

M50

87

Andrew Barber

M60

182

Andrew Kellaway

M50

111

Jeremy Barber

M70

186

The 8th RR10 - University Playing Fields - 20 July 2022

Dan reports:

Tonight, was the 8th Round of the RR10 Trail Run Series at the University Playing Fields, Wide Lane, Eastleigh. Luckily the heatwave passed and there was a cooler breeze tonight, but still very hot running conditions. The course was pancake flat but that meant the pace was fast and relentless.

Firstly, congratulations to Sam Messer who after completing the beginners 5K course earlier this year, completed his first RR10 (7.6K) in a very respectable position, absolutely brilliant!! It also was great to see the return of Paul Newby one of our top M70's who has returned after suffering an unfortunate calf tear in the spring. Roy Van Hal and Rob Wells received the biggest cheer from the Itchen and Hamwic marshals tonight finishing strongly.

Jo Avery has got the RR10 bug and competed again bringing the ladies home in a great 33rd place. Lisa Lewis was our second lady in 61st place and our 3rd lady was Sarah Fitton in 75th place.

The first runner back for the men was Dan Latham in 24th Place, his highest RR10 placing to date. Second back was Simon Ibbotson in a highly consistent 41st place, with Matt Casey third home making huge improvement to finish in 60th place.

Well done everyone, great running. The next penultimate RR10 is at the great Badger Farm course in Winchester (the CC6 venue which has not yet been run in the summer RR10 Series). This is on Weds 3rd August at the earlier start time of 7:15pm. See you there, Rob & Dan

Hardley results are below.  The full results will be on the RR10 website (see Links tab above) by the evening after the race.  And here, with thanks to Derek Jennings, is an album of the race.

Men

Dan Latham

 

24

 

Dave Wilson

M60

157

Simon Ibbotson

 

41

Mark Lee

M50

158

Matt Casey

 

60

Graeme Johnson

M40

161

Kevan Day

M60

76

Mike Smith

M70

175

Paddy Butler

M60

90

Sam Messer

 

184

Aaron Pritchard

M40

91

Paul Newby

M70

199

Paul Blundell

M50

92

Peter Hackston

M50

203

Mick Anglim

M70

144

Roy Van Hal

M70

221

Malcolm Renyard

M70

152

Rob Wells

M40

222

Women

Joanna Avery

F40

33

 

Chris Harris

F70

110

Lisa Lewis

F50

61

 

Hilary Hinks

F60

120

Sarah Fitton

F50

75

 

Joanna Blackmore

 

124

The 7th RR10 - Manor Farm Country Park - 6 July 2022

Dan reports:

It was a hot evening and the 4.5 mile single lap course featured a variety of long up hill and long down hill sections, it was hard work and the usual final hill was thrown in to finish us off.

Hardley fielded a team of 7 ladies and 16 men. Leading the ladies home in her debut RR10 was Jo Avery in a brilliant 27th position. Jane Hodge was second home in 42nd place and Lisa Lewis was our third lady in 62nd place. The men were led home by Matt James in a great 24th Place, with Dan Latham in 30th and Simon Ibbotson in 41st place. 

It was great to see Ann Bruce-Low return to the series our only V80 to compete this year. Also, brilliant to see Aaron Pritchard making a return after a long time out suffering with injury.  The following runners all made considerable gains on the last RR10 all improving by 20 or more places; Simon Ibbotson, Dave Wilson, Rob Wells.

In the age grade league prior to tonight's run we currently have the following positions M50 10th Paul Blundell, M70 5th Jeremy Barber, Mick Anglim 7th, Mike Smith 8th. (Mick and Mike only had 3 finishes at time of these positions). F60 Jane Hodge 4th, F70+ Chris Harris 1st, Ann Bruce-Low 3rd.

The next run is at Uni Playing Fields, Wide Lane, Eastleigh on 20th July start time 7:30pm.

Hardley results are below.  The full results will be on the RR10 website (see Links tab above) by the evening after the race.  And here, with thanks to Derek Jennings, is an album of the race.

Men

 

Ladies

Name

Age Cat.

Pos.

 

Name

Age Cat.

Pos.

Matthew James

 

24

 

Joanna Avery

F40

27

Dan Latham

 

30

 

Jane Hodge

F60

42

Simon Ibbotson

 

41

 

Lisa Lewis

F50

62

Kevan Day

M60

94

 

Sarah Fitton

F50

72

Paul Blundell

M50

95

 

Lyndsey McLennan

F50

95

Matt Casey

 

103

 

Joanna Blackmore

 

132

Aaron Pritchard

M40

105

 

Ann Bruce-Low

F80

147

Dave Wilson

M60

143

       

Mark Lee

M50

157

       

Malcolm Renyard

M70

163

       

Mick Anglim

M70

166

       

Andrew Simpson

M50

167

       

Peter Hackston

M50

186

       

Robert Wells

M40

194

       

Jeremy Barber

M70

213

       

Andrew Barber

M60

219

       

The Exbury 10K - Sunday 26 June 2022

A personal view from Hannah Cockle. 

Click on the thumbnail to see Hannah storming to the finish.

It hasn’t happened since 2016 – so naturally a lot of Hardley Runners were excited to attend this year’s Exbury Gardens 10k, originally a Hardley organised race. We all knew it would be a beautiful course with great support and the 1,000 limit sold out quickly!

After parking up, collecting numbers (always great to be greeted with volunteers from your own club) and a few last-minute warmups, we were ready to toe the line. There was some hesitation as the MC asked the elite (sub-40) runners to move to the start line, a lot of modesty among the group! But then we were off with a quick lap around the Gardens before heading out on the mostly downhill road to Lepe. I started near the front and could see our own Hardley Runner, Tim Anetts, out in front.

The first half, as always, seemed to go very well. Quite a few 5k PB’s were had thanks to the descent to the sea. Before the turn around point, I saw Tim, now in second but just off the shoulder of the first runner. “Keep pushing Tim” I manged to squeak out. Then on the sea front I saw the first female runner from Ryde Harriers and not far behind her our very own Alice Rudd in second. Then the Hardley Runners came thick and fast, Dan, Laura, Carl, Paul – just behind me – Karen, Tamsin, Mick, Jane, the list went on… each of us cheering the other.

Support around the course was amazing but of course as we turned around to run uphill and into some strong winds, things got tougher. It was fantastic however to see the number of happy smiling runners out on the course.

I looked at my watch at around 35minutes and knew that people would be finishing but I didn’t know how Tim and Alice were getting on. Back into the gardens and across the finish line – more amazing club volunteers handing out medals and much needed bottles of water. I went straight up to the Hardley gang and saw Tim and Alice both with prizes in hand – Tim in first and Alice with second female!!! I would later hear about the cheers as both, and everyone else, came in to cross the line. A bit of a race at the end but with Tim having 10 seconds over second place.

Well done to every single runner out there, and a massive thanks to all the gorgeous volunteers.

The Lymington Times report

Click here to see the published report.

The first Exbury 10k was held in March 2008 and was the brainchild of Martin Loveless of Hardley Runners. Fittingly it was won by Mike Cummings who led the Hardley men to the first team prize. The race was limited to 250 runners as the course included the shingle path along Lepe foreshore. That path was destroyed by a storm in 2014 and the race distance was then changed to 5 miles until 2016. For various reasons the race has not been run since so it very exciting for Hardley to be approached in 2021 by Steve Collins the Race Director of the very successful Eastleigh 10k. Steve is very used to arranging road closures as the Eastleigh race has around 3,000 runners through busy streets and his aim was to resurrect the Exbury 10k course with closed roads in the summer of 2022 and to attract up to 1,000 runners.

With free entry into Exbury Gardens for runners and half price for supporters the race was a sell out and last Sunday with sunny but windy conditions there were 862 finishers. There were a couple of teething issues with the start delayed for 15 minutes due to parking problems in the overspill  hayfield and the water station at Lepe was disrupted by the blustery winds. Overall however the race was a great success and Exbury Gardens has already agreed a date for 2023.

The course is very scenic with a start loop through the Gardens before heading out through Exbury village mostly downhill to the very windy U turn before Lepe Country Park. With runners heading in both directions until the left turn back into Inchmery Lane it was a very supportive atmosphere with runners encouraging each other.

The leading runner after the turn was unattached Thomas Stevens with Hardley’s Tim Anetts on his shoulder. The uphill return leg was tougher with the blustery wind and Tim took the lead to win by 10 seconds in 34:15.

The ladies race was won in 38:32 by Holly Newton of  Ryde Harriers with Alice Rudd of Hardley in 2nd and first F35 in 39:24.

Tim led Dan Latham (37:27) and M50 Carl Hall (40:28) for the first men’s team prize mirroring Hardley’s success in the inaugural race.

Alice led F35 Laura Porter (46:11) and Hannah Cockle (47:04) to win the ladies team award.

Mick Anglim of Hardley won the M70 award in 48:50.

Many of the runners and their families stayed to picnic after the race and enjoy the Gardens and steam train.

Congratulations go to Steve Collins for bringing the race back to life, to Sarah Fitton and her team of Hardley Runners who handed out drinks, race T shirts and medals and to all of the runners who completed the course and thanks go to Exbury Gardens for hosting the race again.

The results and pictures

Hardley results are below.  You can see the full results here.  And here are

Pos BIB Name Chip time Gun time Cat Cat Pos Gender Pos
1 38 Timothy Anetts 0:34:15 0:34:15 MSen 1 1
10 168 Dan Latham 0:37:28 0:37:28 MSen 8 10
23 350 Alice Rudd 0:39:33 0:39:34 FV35-44 1 2
30 58 Carl Hall 0:40:27 0:40:29 MV50-59 3 27
32 94 Simon Ibbotson 0:40:32 0:40:33 MSen 19 29
34 785 Matthew Tanner 0:40:52 0:40:54 MV50-59 4 31
50 342 Paul Blundell 0:43:25 0:43:29 MV50-59 8 43
77 382 Phil Rudd 0:45:51 0:45:55 MSen 32 62
81 645 Laura Porter 0:46:08 0:46:11 FV35-44 8 17
100 984 Hannah Cockle 0:47:00 0:47:04 FSen 7 24
101 180 Karen Denham 0:47:05 0:47:11 FV45-54 5 25
128 235 Mick Anglim 0:48:50 0:48:51 MV70+ 1 94
139 46 Tamsin Roberts 0:49:21 0:49:29 FSen 12 37
155 199 Jane Hodge 0:49:57 0:50:04 FV55-64 7 40
219 850 Andrew Simpson 0:53:05 0:53:24 MV50-59 39 150
336 851 Lindsey Mclennan 0:56:39 0:57:40 FV55-64 18 129
357 380 Terence Earney 0:57:52 0:58:27 MV70+ 7 214
493 89 Julia Law 1:02:42 1:03:40 FV45-54 58 246
521 525 Marnie Seymour 1:03:45 1:04:49 FV45-54 64 268
541 712 Hilary Hinks 1:04:50 1:05:24 FV65+ 12 285
559 77 Nicky Maltby 1:04:21 1:05:57 FV55-64 48 299
604 102 Mike Sleath 1:07:20 1:07:54 MV60-69 36 266
683 60 Sarah Hall 1:10:10 1:11:23 FV45-54 110 401
694 340 Christina Brearley 1:10:38 1:11:42 FSen 70 410
816 602 Jan Anglim 1:19:49 1:21:36 FV65+ 20 515
837 896 Joanna Blackmore 1:25:00 1:25:52 FV35-44 163 531

 

The 6th RR10 - Romsey - Weds 22 June 2022

Dan reports:

Tonight's RR10 hosted by Romsey Road Runners was at a new venue; New Forest Outdoor Learning Centre at Ridge Lane Romsey. The course was unique by the fact that it followed the route of a grass cyclo cross course. It was tight and twisty and very undulating, there was a departure into a wood section and back out up a steep hill back onto the track to complete the lap, and the two further laps to complete the 3 lap course. It was tough but great fun and very different.

First home for the club was Matt James in a brilliant 12th Place, followed by Callum Johnson who despite an ankle twist managed to over take 7 people in the final lap to finish 19th, and in 3rd was Dan Latham who could not contain his eager first lap pace finally finishing in 28th.

First home for the ladies was Hayley Coates in  43rd place, with Jane Hodge in 53rd and Sarah Fitton in her highest placing this year 69th.

It was a great turn out tonight with 27 runners completing the course, well done all.

The next run is at Manor Farm Country Park, on 6th July at an earlier start time of 7pm, see you there!!

Hardley results are below.  The full results will be on the RR10 website (see Links tab above) by the evening after the race.  And here, with thanks to Derek Jennings, is an album of the race.

  Men       Ladies    
  Name Cat Pos   Name Cat Pos

1

Matt James

 

12

 

Hayley Coates

 

43

2

Callum Johnson

 

19

 

Jane Hodge

F60

53

3

Dan Latham

 

28

 

Sarah Fitton

F50

69

4

Nathan Renyard

M40

43

 

Lindsey McLennan

F50

88

5

Nick Jarvis

 

46

 

Chris Harris

F70

98

6

Simon Ibbotson

 

65

 

Barbara Bradley

F50

114

7

Matt Tanner

M50

75

 

Joanna Blackmore

 

116

8

Matt Casey

 

76

 

Hilary Hinks

F60

118

9

Paul Blundell

M50

96

       

10

Mick Anglim

M70

155

       

11

Dave Wilson

M60

163

       

12

Malcolm Renyard

M70

183

       

13

Andrew Simpson

M50

184

       

14

Ian Beveridge

M50

212

       

15

Rob Wells

M40

222

       

16

Mike Clarke

M70

228

       

17

Mike Sleath

M60

231

       

18

Andy Barber

M60

233

       

19

Roy Van Hal

M70

234

       

HRRL Race 10 - Alresford 10KM - Sunday 19 June 2022

Alresford 10k 2022 1Alresford 10k 2022 2

Click on the thumbnails to see the full size photos

HRRL Captain, Simon Ibbotson reports:

This was the 10th and final race in this HRRL season. 5 ladies and 9 men took part for Hardley with Dan Latham and Alice Rudd leading our men and ladies home in 39:00 and 40:37 respectively. Once again we had some excellent results - Alice Rudd, Jane Hodge and Mick Anglim came 1st! in their respective age categories and were awarded with a rather tasty looking hamper of treats. We then had Jan Anglim, Mike Smith and Malcolm Renyard each coming 2nd in their category as well! Brilliant! Well done to everyone that took part!

If you can't wait to enter more races then have no fear as some of next season's races are already open!! Keep an eye on the HRRL/race websites for details: http://www.hrrl.org.uk/

Hardley results are below. The full results can be found here: http://results.eventchiptiming.com/results.aspx?CId=16202&RId=10110

Net PosRace NoNameNet TimeCategoryNet Cat PosGenderNet Gender PosClubAge Grade %Pace
49221Dan Latham00:39:00Ages 15 - 3925Male45Hardley Runners69.213:54 min/km
53323Nathan Renyard00:39:20Ages 45 - 4911Male49Hardley Runners72.963:56 min/km
75341Alice Rudd00:40:37Ages 15 - 391Female7Hardley Runners74.134:03 min/km
9864Matt Casey00:41:52Ages 15 - 3944Male88Hardley Runners62.944:11 min/km
106192Simon Ibbotson00:42:32Ages 15 - 3949Male96Hardley Runners62.554:15 min/km
219434Dave Wilson00:49:00Ages 65 - 694Male172Hardley Runners69.194:54 min/km
2289Mick Anglim00:49:38Ages 70 - 741Male179Hardley Runners75.534:57 min/km
249178Jane Hodge00:51:04Ages 60 - 641Female55Hardley Runners77.135:06 min/km
25275Hayley Coates00:51:09Ages 15 - 3922Female58Hardley Runners59.015:06 min/km
260366Mike Smith00:51:26Ages 70 - 742Male201Hardley Runners71.85:08 min/km
279322Malcolm Renyard00:53:37Ages 75 - 792Male211Hardley Runners72.15:21 min/km
29735Ian Beveridge00:55:55Ages 55 - 5925Male220Hardley Runners56.745:35 min/km
378284Patricia Norman01:05:48Ages 60 - 6411Female122Hardley Runners60.766:34 min/km
4008Jan Anglim01:21:54Ages 70 - 742Female134Hardley Runners56.038:11 min/km

The 5th RR10 - Ampfield Woods - Weds 8 June 2022

Tonight, was the 5th race (4th for us) of the RR10 Trail Series. 5 Ladies and 19 men tackled the run at Ampfield woods, which uses parts of the Hursley 10K course for anyone that has done it. The course was a fairly hilly route, just over 5 miles long, with some very sticky clayey mud in places which proved very challenging. There were though some long down hills to let yourself go on. 

Our first lady home was Hayley Coates in 38th place, with Jane Hodge in 40th and Sarah Fitton in 92nd. First chap home was Dan Latham in 25th, with Nick Jarvis in 33rd and Callum Johnson in 34th despite taking a tumble. Well done everyone I think we all found that a challenging one, great running across the board. 

The next run is at New Forest Outdoor Learning Centre, Ridge Farm on 22nd June. A very local run for us, so come along everyone it's sure to be a good run. 

See you next time,

Rob & Dan

Hardley results are below.  The full results will be on the RR10 website (see Links tab above) by the evening after the race.   And here, thanks to Derek Jennings, is an album of Hardley in action

Men       Ladies    
Name Cat Pos   Name Cat Pos

Dan Latham

 

25

 

Hayley Coates

 

38

Callum Johnson

 

33

 

Jane Hodge

F60

40

Nick Jarvis

 

34

 

Sarah Fitton

F50

92

Matt Tanner

M50

73

 

Lindsey McLennan

F50

99

Paul Blundell

M50

79

 

Joanna Blackmore

 

137

Paddy Butler

M60

82

       

Matt Casey

 

122

       

Mike Osbourne

 

127

       

Dave Wilson

M60

150

       

Mark Lee

M50

151

       

Mike Smith

M70

193

       

Andrew Simpson

M50

204

       

Peter Hackston

M50

206

       

Ian Beveridge

M50

219

       

Mike Clarke

M70

220

       

Rob Wells

M40

227

       

Mike Sleath

M60

228

       

Andy Barber

M60

238

       

Jeremy Barber

M70

240

       

The 3rd RR10 - Upper Hamble Country Park - Weds 18 May 2022

Dan reports,

Tonight's RR10 was at one of the favourite venues; Manor Farm Country park. The course was mainly on gravel tracks with the usual views of the River Hamble.

There were many regular runners on holiday this week, but Hardley still manage to turnout a good team.

First home for the ladies was Lisa Lewis in 84th place, followed by Jacqui Healey in 95th place with Lindsey McLennan third lady home in 108th place. 

Making his debut RR10 run was Nick Jarvis first home for the club tonight in 36th position, followed by Simon Ibbotson in another very consistent 44th place, with Matt Tanner scoring highly in the M50's with a 75th place finish.

Well done all.

The next event is our own host event (which means no Hardley Runners can take part in this one). We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible on 1st June volunteering to marshal etc. See you then, Rob & Dan 

Hardley results are below.  The full results are on the RR10 website - see links tab above.

And here, thanks to Derek Jennings, is an album of Hardley in action

Men       Ladies    
Name Cat Pos   Name Cat Pos
Nick Jarvis   36   Lisa Lewis F50 84
Simon Ibbotson   44   Jacqui Healey F60 95
Matt Tanner M50 75   Lindsey McLennan F50 108
Paul Blundell M50 87   Chris Harris F70 115
Matt Casey   90   Joanna Blackmore   144
Mike Osbourne   141        
Mark Lee M50 166        
Andrew Simpson M50 206        
Mick Anglim M70 214        
Graeme Johnson M40 225        
Peter Haxton M50 227        
Andy Barber M60 231        
Robert Wells M40 235        
Mike Sleath M60 240        
Jeremy Barber M70 243        
Roy Van Hal M70 251        

HRRL Race 9 - Netley 10KM - Sunday 15 May 2022

Click on the thumbnail to see the full size group photo

HRRL Captain, Simon Ibbotson reports:

This was the 9th race in this HRRL season. The sunny start turned into a rather wet rainy finish but spirits were high and some great results achieved. 4 ladies and 9 men took part for Hardley with Dan Latham and Alice Rudd leading us home in chip times of 38:11 and 38:58 respectively. Alice Rudd and Mick Anglim were 1st finishers in their divisions with Mike Smith 2nd and Jane Jodge and Jan Anglim in 3rd in theirs, congratulations to all of you! I ran a course PB and Jo Avery ran a new 10K PB! Very well done to all our runners.

The next race is the Alresford 10K on the 19th June. I hope to see you there!

Hardley results are below. The full results can be found here: https://www.athlinks.com/event/44941/results/Event/1017902/Results

Position Bib Name Gun Time Chip Time Division Gender Pos. Div. Pos. Pace (min/km)
38 362 Dan Latham 38:13 38:11 M38 37 21 03:49
50 542 Alice Rudd 38:59 38:58 F34 4 1 03:54
55 303 Simon Ibbotson 39:16 39:15 M35 51 25 03:56
81 522 Nathan Renyard 40:25 40:19 M46 72 12 04:02
91 616 Matthew Tanner 40:47 40:42 M58 77 6 04:05
100 109 Matt Casey 41:32 41:28 M31 84 36 04:09
124 93 Paddy Butler 42:34 42:31 M60 101 5 04:15
220 18 Joanna Avery 47:52 47:24 F42 58 18 04:47
228 13 Mick Anglim 48:17 48:12 M74 166 1 04:50
231 280 Jane Hodge 48:35 48:31 F63 63 3 04:52
252 687 Dave Wilson 49:17 49:11 M65 180 6 04:56
283 588 Mike Smith 50:52 50:43 M73 202 2 05:05
532 12 Jan Anglim 1:20:17 1:19:24 F74 243 3 08:02

HRRL Race 8 - Alton 10 mile - Sunday 9 May 2022

Click on the photo of the medal to see the race photos

HRRL Captain, Simon Ibbotson reports:

It was a warm and sunny day for the 8th race in this HRRL season. It was a small turnout with just five men and no ladies running for Hardley. First home was Dan Latham in a chip time of 1:06:24. I myself managed a 10 mile PB, which was quite surprising on this course!

The next race is the Netley 10K on the 15th May. I hope to see you there!

Full photo albums available here: Album 1, Album 2

Hardley results are below. The full results can be found here: http://results.eventchiptiming.com/results.aspx?CId=16202&RId=10103

Pos Race No Name Time Net Time Category Cat Pos Gender Gen Pos Club Age Grade % Pace
49 279 Dan Latham 01:06:28 01:06:24 Ages 17 - 39 17 Male 46 Hardley Runners 67.15 4:07 min/km
73 241 Simon Ibbotson 01:09:13 01:09:06 Ages 17 - 39 27 Male 68 Hardley Runners 63.62 4:18 min/km
85 458 Matthew Tanner 01:10:13 01:10:06 Ages 55 - 59 8 Male 79 Hardley Runners 75.11 4:21 min/km
91 93 Matt Casey 01:10:56 01:10:49 Ages 17 - 39 34 Male 85 Hardley Runners 61.67 4:24 min/km
253 522 Dave Wilson 01:26:01 01:25:53 Ages 65 - 69 7 Male 196 Hardley Runners 65.56 5:20 min/km

The Second RR10 - Itchen Valley Country Park - Star Wars Day

Click on the little picture to see great support.

Dan reports,

Tonight, was the 2nd round of the RR10 Trail Series at Itchen Valley Country Park, hosted by Lordshill Runners.  The course was a wooded route, taking in twisty paths, a couple of bridges, one horrible hill 3 times and bluebells decorated the way throughout. There were 11 ladies and 11 men in force for Hardley this evening

Well done to Andrew Simpson and Linsey McLennan who completed their first RR10 and finished very respectably indeed, we hope you enjoyed it and to see you at the next one.

There were some big improvers this week; Mike Osbourne took of 15 places from last week's result, Mike Smith jumped up 14 places and Peter Haxton moved up 10 places.

First home for the ladies was Alice Rudd in a great 11th place, with Trish Patterson "taking it easy" in 20th and Hayley Coates in 58th.

The men were led home by Dan Latham in 27th his highest ever RR10 finish, followed by Carl Hall absolutely smashing the M50's with a 32nd place and Simon Ibbotson with a very consistent 39th place.

Another great team display with our runners finishing and cheering on their fellow team mates in - GREAT!!!

The next event is on 18th May at Manor Farm / River Hamble starting at 7pm, this is a brilliant course, we are very much looking forward to seeing you there!!

Hardley results are below.  The full results will be on the RR10 website (see Links tab above) the day after the race.

 

Men

 

Ladies

Name

Age Cat.

Pos.

 

Name

Age Cat.

Pos.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dan Latham

 

27

 

Alice Rudd

 

11

Carl Hall

M50

32

 

Trish Patterson

 

20

Simon Ibbotson

 

39

 

Hayley Coates

 

58

Matt Casey

 

51

 

Jane Hodge

F60

59

Mike Osbourne

 

139

 

Giuliana Franzese Henry

F50

84

Mike Smith

M70

176

 

Lisa Lewis

F50

88

Dave Wilson

M60

178

 

Sarah Fitton

F50

101

Andrew Simpson

M50

214

 

Lindsey McLennan

F50

131

Peter Haxton

M50

222

 

Chris Harris

F70

142

Jeremy Barber

M70

238

 

Hilary Hinks

F60

179

Robert Wells

M40

239

 

Sarah Hall

F40

180

The First RR10 - Fleming Park - Weds 20 April 2022

Click on the little picture to see the team photo.

Dan reports,

Tonight, saw the return of the RR10 trail run series and the first event was organised by Totton Runners and Southampton AC, at Fleming Park, Eastleigh. The course was similar to previous years going up and down the banks of the old gold course, the weather was perfect, a sunny start but not too warm. There was a good club turnout for the first event with 6 ladies and 18 men, though we're sure these numbers will pick up with many on holiday and some saving themselves for big races this weekend. 

Bringing the ladies home was Hayley Coates in 42nd position with Jane Hodge right on her tail in 43rd, this will be a very high finish in the F60's for Jane well done. 3rd lady was Lisa Lewis in 85th place. We were also most pround to have our first ever F80 participant complete an RR10, well done to Annie Bruce-low, an inspiration to us all.

Our first chap back was Callum Johnson casually making his way round the course in a brilliant 18th place, Simon Ibbotson pipped me on the finish line like a good sport in 39th place and I (Dan Latham) finished in 40th. Looking in the age placings Paul Blundell ran well to finish in a great 83rd position in the V50s and Mick Anglim finished high up in the V70's in 162nd. Unfortunately Paul Newby suffered a calf strain and could not complete, we hope he makes a steady recovery.

It was a good night everyone was in good spirits and we cheered home most of our runners certainly our final finishers got a big old cheer tonight, well done team!!

The next run is at Itchen Valley Country Park on 4th May 7pm, this is a great course for those that have not yet run here. See you all there, smashing running tonight everyone!!

Hardley results are below.  The full results will be on the RR10 website (see Links tab) the day after the race. An here, with thanks to KIm Latham, is a photo album .

 

Men

 

Ladies

Name

Age Cat.

Pos.

 

Name

Age Cat.

Pos.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Callum Johnson

 

18

 

Hayley Coates

 

42

Simon Ibbotson

 

39

 

Jane Hodge

F60

43

Dan Latham

 

40

 

Lisa Lewis

F50

85

Matt Casey

 

58

 

Joanna Blackmore

 

116

Paul Blundell

M50

83

 

Danii Bundy-Marsh

 

130

Paul Blinkhorn

M50

154

 

Ann Bruce-Low

F80

166

Mike Osbourne

 

155

 

 

 

 

Mick Anglim

M70

162

 

 

 

 

Andy Farrow Thomas

M40

177

 

 

 

 

Malcolm Renyard

M70

182

 

 

 

 

Ian Hawker

M60

183

 

 

 

 

Mike Smith

M70

190

 

 

 

 

Ian Beveridge

M50

221

 

 

 

 

Robert Wells

M40

231

 

 

 

 

Peter Haxton

M50

232

 

 

 

 

Jeremy Barber

M70

242

 

 

 

 

Roy Van Hal

M70

246

 

 

 

 

Paul Newby

M70

DNF

 

 

 

 

HRRL Race 7 - Salisbury 10 mile - Sunday 3 April 2022

Simon reports:

This was the 7th HRRL race of the 2021-2022 season, held on Sunday 3rd April. 16 runners finished for Hardley with Alice Rudd and Dan Latham first female and male home in chip times of 01:06:00 and 01:06:35. There were also some excellent category placings with Alice Rudd 1st, Terry Earney 3rd and Chris Harris 2nd. Very well done to all of you.

Tracy says: "Ran Salisbury with Terence Earney who was amazing to run with. PB for 5k (28.41), 10k (59.42) and 10 mile (chip time 1hr 36.10)"

The next race is the Alton 10 mile on the 8th May. I hope to see you there!

More photos available here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/195303106@N05/albums/with/72177720297851902

Hardley results are below. The full results can be found here: https://results.chronotrack.com/event/results/event/event-66259

Pos. Name Bib Gun Time Chip Time Pace Div. Div. Pos.
79 Alice Rudd 779 01:06:03 01:06:00 06:37 FS 1
86 Daniel Latham 518 01:06:38 01:06:35 06:40 MS 37
108 Poppy Tanner 859 01:08:12 01:08:10 06:50 FS 4
113 Matthew Tanner 860 01:08:47 01:08:42 06:53 M55+ 10
185 Charmaine Bradford 76 01:13:44 01:13:36 07:23 F40+ 7
256 Karen Denham 244 01:18:01 01:17:52 07:49 F45+ 10
315 Jane Hodge 421 01:22:01 01:21:17 08:13 F60+ 5
327 Peter Pimentel 708 01:22:33 01:22:25 08:16 M65+ 10
367 Dave Wilson 975 01:25:41 01:24:58 08:35 M65+ 11
410 Ian Hawker 402 01:28:59 01:27:35 08:54 M65+ 13
517 Grace Hawker 403 01:35:43 01:34:19 09:35 FS 35
518 Ian Ordish 665 01:35:44 01:34:19 09:35 M65+ 15
535 Tracy Hickson 592 01:36:37 01:36:10 09:40 F50+ 19
536 Terence Earney 283 01:36:37 01:36:11 09:40 M75+ 3
572 Christine Harris 397 01:39:06 01:38:05 09:55 F70+ 2
670 Hilary Hinks 165 01:49:04 01:47:59 10:55 F65+ 5

The 8th (yes 8th) CC6 - Fleming Park - Sunday 27 March 2022

Click on the little picture to see the team photo. Matt reports,

Firstly, Happy Mothers' Day to all the mums at the club.

Today, was the eighth round of the CC6 series at Fleming Park where Eastleigh, Itchen Spitfires and Hedge End hosted the event. It was beautiful sunny morning. The course started on the main field near to the park, we ran past the leisure centre before crossing a bridge. Then it was 3 laps of field which zigzagged up the hill before a short downhill. After the 3 laps it was back across the bridge and run out on the main field back past the leisure centre and towards the park.

In the Women’s team we had Trish Paterson leading Hardley home in an impressive 9th place. Vicki Clarke was the next #773cb2 vest over the line in a great 28th place and rounding out the team was Sarah Fitton in an incredible 50th place.

The men’s team saw Carl Hall home first in an amazing 19th place. Matt Casey made finished in 32nd place. Next in was Mike Osborne in 72nd place which is a massive 40 place improvement from the last round Mike ran in. Rounding out the men's team was Mike Smith who finished in a great 78th place.

Well done to Rob Wells (95th) and Peter Hackston (96th) for both getting in the top 100.

It wasn’t the usual turn out for Hardley this time but we think that is due to a few people out with sickness and Mothers' Day; we had 6 men and 3 women.

Hardley results are below.  The full results will be on the CC6 website (see Links tab above) the day after the race.

That's it for the CC6 season.  Well done to everyone who took part.  Not long to wait now for the first RR10.

Men   Ladies
Name Age Cat. Pos.   Name Age Cat. Pos.
             
Carl Hall  M50 19   Trish Patterson S 9
Matt Casey S 32   Vicki Clarke S 28
Mike Osborne S 72   Sarah Fitton F50 50
Mike Smith M70 78        
Robert Wells M40 95        
Peter Hackston M50 96        

The Eastleigh 10K - 20 March 2022

Chris Harris reports,

Click on the little picture to see the big one. 

Apologies this is a little late!

But the Eastleigh 10 K does deserve a mention. On this splendid Sunny Spring Day Hardley Runners did make their mark with at least 13 runners. Understandably among 3,000 runners our folk were difficult to find!

It really was an upbeat event with a constant cheerful conversation about the history of this event & all runners as they sprinted over the finishing line. So many celebrating P.Bs!

This was a perfect day for fun & Friendship!

Hardley results are below.  You can see the full results here but they are very difficult to search so this list may not be complete.

1
Alice Rudd
38.35
2
Phil Rudd
41.56
3
Paddy Butler
43.13
4
Matt Tanner
44.41
5
Andy Farrow-Thomas
47.31
6
Jane Hodge
48.48
7
Malc Renyard
54.30
8
Peter Hackston

56.06

9
Chris Harris
57.50
10
Emma Farrow-Thomas
59.14
11
Katherine Bloomfield
59.49
1 3
Andy Simpson & Sarah
62.40
13
Hilary Hinks
64.30
14
Annie Bruce Low
100.23

The 7th CC6 - Badger Farm - Sunday 6 March 2022

 

Click on the little pictures to see the full size versions.

Matt reports,  

Today, was the seventh round of the CC6 series at Badgers Farm where Winchester AC, Southampton AC and the Running Sisters hosted the event. It was sunny morning with a chilly breeze. The course started halfway down the grass field which firstly headed up the hill before doing a small lap of the top field then back up and over the bridge. Then there was a long downhill along a muddy path before heading up a steep (ish) climb up a muddy path with tree roots everywhere. Then along a gravel track that had a slight uphill feel before heading into a field that was surprisingly dry underfoot. Once out of the field a short tarmac section then back into the field we started in. we headed all the way down the left side, which had a slight camber in places making it a little awkward before turning round at the very bottom and heading all the way back up (roughly 1km) the hill wasn’t too steep but felt like it went on forever. A brilliant course as always, a big well done to the host clubs .  

1st place alert!!  Poppy Tanner leading Hardley home in 1st place, which is the highest finish for any Hardley member this season. Alice Rudd was only a few meters behind in a superb 2nd and rounding out the team was Chris Harris in an incredible 52nd place, a huge 18 place improvement from the last round.

The men’s team also had a good result with Nick Jarvis being yet again the first Hardley home in a strong 11th place, which is an 11 place improvement from the last round. Matt James made it to his first CC6 in 2 years and finished in a brilliant 20th place, Carl Hall with yet again an impressive position of 27th and probably another V50 win. Simon Ibbotson rounding out the men’s team in 33rd place which is a 4 place improvement from the last round. 

We had some huge place improvements that are worth mentioning – Andy Farrow-Thomas 88th (24 place improvement). Sarah Hall 65th (19 place improvement). Hilary Hinks 66th (19 place improvement) Emma Farrow-Thomas 57th (18 place improvement). We also had the return of Mike Sleath 122nd and Jeremy Barber 124th. Steve Jarvis also making his CC6 debut and managing to get inside the top 100 in 99th place.

It was a great turn out for Hardley yet again with 11 men and 6 women.

The last CC6 event of the series is on the 27th March 2022 at Fleming Park which will be hosted by Eastleigh, Itchen Spitfires and Hedge end and will have the standard 9:30 start time. 

  Hardely results are below.  The full results re posted on the CC6 website (see Links tab above) the day after the race.

Men   Ladies
Name Age Cat. Pos.   Name Age Cat. Pos.
             
Nick Jarvis S 11   Poppy Tanner S 1
Matt James S 20   Alice Rudd S 2
Carl Hall M50 27   Chris Harris F70 52
Simon Ibbotson S 33   Emma Farrow-Thomas F40 57
Matt Casey S 38   Sarah Hall F40 65
Phil Rudd S 49   Hilary Hinks F60 66
Matt Tanner M50 52     0  
Andy Farrow-Thomas M40 88     0  
Steve Jarvis M50 99     0  
Mike Sleath M60 122     0  
Jeremy Barber M60 124     0  

National Cross-Country Championships at Parliament Hill - Saturday 26 February 2022

Hardley results are below. The full results can be found here: https://www.englishcrosscountry.co.uk/news/results-nationals-2022/

Pos Time No Name
Women
595 0:42:36 4541 Liz Young
Men
1436 1:06:02 7021 Matt Casey

HCCL Race 4 - Popham Airfield, Basingstoke - Saturday 19 February 2022

Hardley results are below. The full results are on the HCCL website (see Links tab above)

PosVet PosNameCatTime
Men
37 Tim Anetts 41:07
145 Matt Casey 50:51

The 6th CC6 - Ocknell - Sunday 13 February 2022

Matt reports,  

Today, was the Sixth round of the CC6 series at Ocknell Campsite where Totton were the hosts. It was cloudy and windy morning with the rain coming in just after the race finished. The course started and finished on concrete road and a gravel track loop in-between. Similar to the last event the start was downhill making it a quick start but that also meant the finish was back up the hill which made for a tough finish for the runners but was great to watch as a spectator.  

The ladies team had another great performance with Poppy Tanner leading Hardley home in 3rd place. Alice Rudd was in hot pursuit finishing in 4th and rounding out the team was Stephanie Warne in a superb 18th place which is a massive 12 place improvement from the last round. The men’s team also had a good result with Nick Jarvis making his CC6 debut and being the first Hardley home in a strong 22nd place. The second male Hardley in was Carl Hall in 31st, Simon Ibbotson in 37th and finishing the men’s team was Phil Rudd in 49th which is a huge 27 place improvement from the last round, great running Phil.  

We had 3 CC6 debutants Nick Jarvis (22nd), Andy Farrow-Thomas (112th) and Emma Farrow-Thomas (75th), great running from all of them and we hope to see them at the final 2 rounds. 

It was a great turn out for Hardley yet again with 12 men and 9 women.

The next CC6 is on the 6th March 2022 at Badgers Farm which will be hosted by Winchester, Southampton AC, Running Sisters and will have the standard 9:30 start time. 

Hardley results are below.  The full results are publshed on the CC6 website (see Links tab above) the day after the race.

Men   Ladies
Name Age Cat. Pos.   Name Age Cat. Pos.
Nick Jarvis  S 22   Poppy Tanner S 3
Carl Hall M50 31   Alice Rudd S 4
Simon Ibbotson  S 37   Stephanie Warne S 18
Phill Rudd S 49   Liz Young F40 33
Matthew Tanner M50 52   Chris Harris F70 70
Mark Lee M50 109   Emma Farrow-Thomas F40 75
Mike Smith M70 111   Sarah Hall F40 84
Andy Farrow-Thomas M40 112   Hilary Hinks F60 85
Mick Anglim M70 120   Ann Bruce-low F70 92
Peter Hackston M50 127        
Jack Fairbrother S 128        
Roy Van Hal M70 136        

HRRL Race 6 - The Ryde 10 - Sunday 6 February 2022

Click on the medal to see the team.

HRRL Captain, Simon Ibbotson, reports,

Sunday 6th Feb saw the 6th race of the HRRL season - the Ryde 10 mile. It made for a fun day out on the island, as usual. The weather was pretty bad early on but it cheered up for the race and was dry and sunny for the start. 

 I'm not going to pretend it is a flat course but the hills are nicely spaced allowing for recovery between them. There's also some really nice scenery and views across the Solent. I really recommend giving this race a go if you haven't before. 

Six of us started and unfortunately only 5 finished, as Dan Latham pulled out half way with a hamstring issue. Callum Johnson was our first male back in a chip time of 1:08:07 and Poppy Tanner was our only female, chip time 1:10:24.  

Callum Johnson, Callum Tanner, Matt Tanner and myself made up our men's team and unfortunately we didn't have a ladies team. Overall our men's and ladies' teams are now 4th in division 2.

I hope you can make the next HRRL race which will be the Salisbury 10 mile on the 3rd April.

Hardley results are below.  The full results can be found here:  https://www.rydeharriers.co.uk/results/ryde-10miles-2022-results/

No Time Chip Time Name Pos Gender Pos Cat Cat Pos
287 01:08:12 01:08:07 Callum Johnson 51 48 SM 26
524 01:08:26 01:08:20 Callum Tanner 53 50 SM 28
527 01:10:29 01:10:24 Poppy Tanner 72 5 SF 1
526 01:12:29 01:12:23 Matt Tanner 95 87 M55 3
273 01:13:23 01:13:18 Simon Ibbotson 101 91 SM 44

The 5th CC6 - Roundhills Campsite - Sunday 30 January 2022

Click on the thumbnail to see the big picture

Matt reports,  

Today, was the fifth round of the CC6 series at Roundhills Campsite where Romsey, Halterworth & Southampton Tri were the hosts. The day started out being a chilly one but once the sun came out it turned into a gorgeous day for cross country racing. The course was 4.5 miles or 7.2km, it was another new course to the CC6 that everyone enjoyed (apart from the last hill). The course was 90% gravel track with a short section of grass and mud for good measure. The start was downhill making it a quick start before heading over a rail crossing from this point it was quite flat with a few undulations before heading back up the hill we started at the top off which made for a brutal finish that really pushed everyone to dig deep. Overall, another brilliant course a big well done to the host clubs.

 Another strong ladies team performance Natalie Green was the first Hardley member over the line in an impressive 2nd place. Next in was Alice Rudd finishing in a fantastic 6th place and Poppy Tanner rounding out the ladies team with a great 12th place finish. The men’s team also had a great result with Chris Harris yet again leading Hardley home finishing in an incredible 4th place. The second male Hardley member home was Mark Clothier in 10th which is a 9 place improvement from the last round and breaking into the top 10, Dan Latham with a strong 18th place finish even while carrying an injury and not being able to train recently. The men’s team was rounded out by Matt Casey who broke into the top 20 for the first-time finishing 19th place.

 We had a few CC6 debuts with Stephanie Warne finishing in a great 30th place, Hayley Coates finishing in a strong 43rd place and Jamie Davies finishing in brilliant 62nd Place. All great results for first appearances against a strong field of runners.  

Great work everyone it was a great turn out for Hardley yet again with 15 men and 11 women.

The next CC6 is on the 13th February 2022 at Kings Garn, Ocknell Campsite which will be hosted by Totton and will have the standard 9:30 start time. 

Here's a lovely album from Hammy .

Hardley results are below.  The full results are published on the CC6 website (see Links tab above) the day after the race.

Men   Ladies
Name Age Cat. Pos.   Name Age Cat. Pos.
             
Chris Harris  S 4   Natalie Green S 2
Mark Clothier M40 10   Alice Rudd S 6
Dan Latham S 18   Poppy Tanner S 12
Matt Casey S 19   Stephanie Warne S 30
Carl Hall M50 23   Hannah Cockle S 40
Simon Ibbotson S 26   Hayley Coates S 43
Phil Rudd S 45   Lisa Lewis  S 60
Jamie Davies S 62   Chris Harris F70 80
Ian Smith M50 75   Hilary Hinks F60 104
Mike Osborne S 112   Sarah Hall F40 106
Mark Lee M50 118   Ann Bruce-Low F70 119
Mike Smith M70 120     0  
Mick Anglim M70 139     0  
Paul Carter M60 142     0  
Roy Van Hal M70 150     0  

Romsey 5 mile - 24 January 2022

Chris Harris reports,

The conditions were perfect for the Romsey 5-mile event yesterday. As many are aware this race is held in the extensive grounds of Broadlands, a completely flat ( traffic free ) course. Ideal for spectators as the runners complete their laps, pulled along by the uplifting music at various points.

Hardley Runners had an excellent turnout, far more than 2020.

Our first man home was Carl Hall: 31:59, followed by Peter Pimentel: 36:46, Malc Renyard: 42:00.

The first lady was Meghan Claridge 43:10 P.B, followed by  Chris Harris: 47: 08, Hilary Hinks: 51:11, Sarah Hall: 54:00, Ann Maylot 1:08:54 and Annie Bruce-Low 1:19:18

Well Done Everyone!

Chris

You can read more about the event and see the full results here https://romsey5.co.uk/

HRRL Race 5 - The Stubbington 10K - Sunday 16 January 2022

Here's a photo album of our runners in action

Simon reports:

The 5th Hampshire Road Race League (HRRL) race for 2021/22 was the Stubbington 10km. This is another quick course and known for setting PBs. It was a lovely morning for running - cool, dry and calm.

23 of us crossed the line for Hardley with Mark Clothier (his first 10K!) and Alice Rudd being the first male and female, setting blistering chip times of 36:55 (PB) and 39:19. There were also PBs from Poppy Tanner (first time sub-40 mins), Grace Hawker & Jo Avery. Our female team came in 9th place (out of 29 teams) and male team 11th (out of 30 teams). Very well done to everyone that took part!

Our ladies' A team are currently third in division two and men's A team are fourth in division two.

The next race is the Ryde 10 mile on 6th February. It is full but transfers are still possible until the 31st January and there are a couple of spaces left in the two cars that the club has paid the ferry crossing for. We could do with more ladies as we do not have enough for a team as it stands.

Hardley results are below.  You can see the full results here

https://www.athlinks.com/event/129706/results/Event/1003202/Results

Pos Name Chip Time Gun Time Cat Cat Pos Gender Pos BIB
65 Mark Clothier 0:36:55 0:37:01 MV40 9 61 17
83 Callum Johnson 0:37:31 0:37:36 MS 48 78 150
92 Dan Latham 0:37:48 0:37:51 MS 52 86 160
157 Alice Rudd 0:39:19 0:39:29 FS 5 13 219
174 Poppy Tanner 0:39:43 0:39:52 FS 8 16 244
176 Simon Ibbotson 0:39:49 0:39:55 MS 86 160 147
232 Matt Tanner 0:41:07 0:41:19 MV55 11 209 245
238 Matt Casey 0:41:19 0:41:28 MS 103 214 379
308 Paddy Butler 0:42:49 0:42:59 MV60 8 271 370
393 Jamie Davies 0:44:40 0:44:51 MS 143 336 684
405 Phil Rudd 0:44:46 0:45:07 MS 148 346 742
449 Richard Kneller 0:45:17 0:46:08 MS 161 382 591
574 Vicki Clarke 0:47:31 0:48:22 FV35 21 100 605
584 Roy Dyer 0:47:43 0:48:34 MV50 58 480 456
591 Jane Hodge 0:48:23 0:48:44 FV60 3 106 547
610 Joanna Avery 0:48:05 0:48:56 FV40 25 118 212
998 Grace Hawker 0:55:24 0:56:30 FS 71 287 1178
1018 Sarah Fitton 0:55:46 0:56:51 FV50 26 296 1104
1204 Chris Harris 0:58:31 1:00:09 FV70+ 3 411 1168
1441 Mick Anglim 1:04:27 1:06:52 MV70+ 13 870 290
1503 Hilary Hinks 1:06:23 1:08:32 FV65 14 619 749
1716 Jan Anglim 1:18:18 1:21:21 FV70+ 8 795 1624
1763 Annie Bruce-Low 1:39:42 1:42:55 FV70+ 9 833 1671

HCCL Race 3 - Prospect Park, Reading - Saturday 15 January 2022

Hardley results are below. The full results are on the HCCL website (see Links tab above)

PosVet PosNameCatTime
Women
8226Liz YoungV4026:19
Men
175 Matt Casey 45:39
223109Mick AnglimM7056:18
227112Peter HackstonM5061:49

CC6 Race 4 - Holmsley - Sunday 9 January 2022

Click on the little picture to see the team photo.

Matt reports

Today, was the fourth round of the CC6 series at Holmsley Campsite where New Forest Runners, Lymington Athletes and Lymington Tri Club were the hosts. It was a chilly morning as shown by the number of layers everyone has on in the team photo. The course was 4.91 miles or 7.9km, it was a new course and it did not disappoint. Starting on a grass field with a slight uphill made it a challenging start with getting grip up the hill before funnelling into a track that was 3 people wide with plenty of puddles and mud. We then headed into the enclosure which was mainly gravel with a few muddy tracks thrown in for good measure. There were a few hills on the way round nothing team Hardley couldn’t handle with all the hill training we do in the week before heading out onto a flat grass area for around 400m to the finish. The grass area was wet which again made grip an issue especially for those opting for road shoes. Overall, a brilliant course that everyone really enjoyed; great work host clubs.

 

A brilliant result for the ladies team with all three runners finishing in the top 10, Poppy Tanner was the first Hardley member over the line in 7th place. Natalie Green finishing in 8th place which is incredible considering Natalie ran at the Hampshire cross country championships yesterday, which was a serious mud fest I am told. Alice Rudd was in hot pursuit finishing in 9th. The ladies team could yet again be in contention for winning the round, great work Ladies.  The men’s team also had a great result with Chris Harris finishing in the top 3 with an impressive 3rd place finish which is amazing after Chris ran Hampshire cross country championships yesterday along with Mick Anglim (127th), Paddy Butler (70th), Second male Hardley member home was Dan Latham in 18th, Mark Clothier making his CC6 debut finishing in a strong 19th place and Carl Hall rounding off the men’s team with an amazing 25th place finish. Superb work guys I’m sure that will be a great team finish for Hardley. It was great to see the return of Hannah Cockle who finished in a strong 35th place and Roy Van Hal who brought it home in 158th.

 

Great work everyone it was a great turn out for Hardley yet again let’s keep it up on the next event. After 3 rounds the ladies team are currently 3rd and the men’s team are in 4th, after the great team results today it will be interesting to see if we improve.

The next CC6 is on the 30th January 2022 at Roundhill’s which is hosted by Romsey, Halterworth & Southampton Tri and will have the standard 9:30 start time.

Hardley Runners' results are below.  The full results will be on the CC6 website (see Links tab above) the day after the race.

Men   Ladies
Name Age Cat. Pos.   Name Age Cat. Pos.
             
Chris Harris S 3   Poppy Tanner S 7
Dan Latham S 18   Natalie Green S 8
Mark Clothier M40 19   Alice Rudd S 9
Carl Hall M50 25   Hannah Cockle S 35
Matt Casey S 27   Lisa Lewis F50 67
Simon Ibbotson S 34   Chris Harris F70 92
Matt Tanner M50 49   Hilary Hinks F60 98
Paddy Butler M60 70   Sarah Hall F40 104
Mike Osborne S 126   Jan Anglim F70 112
Mick Anglim M70 127        
Roger Morgan M60 133        
Mark Lee M50 135        
Roy Van Hal M70 158        

 

Hampshire Cross Country Championships at Fairthorne Manor - Saturday 8 January 2022

Excellent performances by Natalie, Chris, Paddy and Mick.

Click here for report and pictures.

Senior & Veteran Men (12000 m)  Senior & Veteran Women (8400 m)
Name Age Cat. Pos. Cat. Pos. Time  Name Age Cat. Pos. Cat. Pos. Time
Chris HarrisSM 5846 47.22 Natalie Green SW21 1736.41
Paddy ButlerM60 1349 62.01        
Mick Anglim M70150 167.01        

Full results can be found here.

 

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