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You are most welcome to attend this special occasion to mark the achievement of our athletes as well as a very entertaining social evening whilst digesting excellent cuisine.
Everyone is welcome to attend this great club event. All award winners have been notified separately via email.
Attendees will receive a three-course meal. The awards will be accompanied by a multimedia presentation (which will be available a few days afterwards in video form) and music idents for each award winner. There will also be a club raffle - prizes to be confirmed.
If you have any dietary requirements, you can inform us and we will get the caterers to provide an alternative. The set menu for this year will be Feta Cheese and Tomato Tart followed by North Atlantic Cod Fillet and Chips and a dessert being Belgium Chocolate Brownie with mixed berries and pouring cream. Tea/Coffee/squash will be served.
Don Webb once again will preside over proceedings, and is currently preparing all the trophies for the presentation.
A selection of photos from last year's ceremony can be viewed from the Club website.
For all things club awards based, check out our Club Awards page which has previous photo galleries, videos and a database of all previous awards winners for over a hundred trophies.
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We look forward to seeing you there !
In the pick of the other ParkRuns, Glenn Barden was fourth at Southwark in 18:09, and Anna Corby and Isobel Harrington were seventh in the women’s races at Durham and Lloyd respectively.
FULL LIST OF PARKRUNS By Croydon Harriers
At the South of Thames cross-country race at Polesden Lacey, seven Harriers took on a stellar field over the undulating five-mile course.
Neil Aikman (112th, 34:37), James Moore (123rd, 35:20), Matthew Kiernan (127th, 35:30) and Andy Del Nevo (207th, 39:44) completed the scoring quartet who finished 28th out of the 38 teams who closed in.
Peter Howes (M60 6th, 44:07), Jules Williams (85th, 46:14) and Norman Hemming (8th M60, 49:22) were Croydon’s other representatives.
Jake English (23rd, 31:02), Alex Penfold (30th, 31:12), David White (31st, 31:28), Simon Loughran (36th, 31:47), Ernie Hann (39th, 31:54) and David Brown (41st, 32:01) enjoyed solid packing to back up Nolan's win. The remainder of the scoring ten consisted of Alan Burn (2nd M50, 32:17), Glenn Barden (60th, 33:03) and ultra-marathoner Mark Lynch (68th, 33:33).
A further dozen Croydon athletes completed the squad. There were 169 finishers.
74 Patrick Lucas U20 33:55
87 Neil Aikman V45 34:52
90 Mark Maginn V40 34:55
93 Colin Oxlade V55 35:03
94 James Moore V40 35:12
139 Oliver Hosken SEN 40:06
143 Andy Del Nevo V45 40:26
151 Keith Brown V60 42:26
156 Peter Howes V60 44:03
159 Muhammad Chilongani 44:45
168 Norman Hemming 47:18
Croydon finished runners-up on the day to Dorking, but remain 1st overall with two fixtures remaining.
Race 2 results - 1 Dorking Mole Valley 307, 2nd Croydon 370, 3rd Reigate 390, 4th Walton 419, 5th West 4 Harriers 455, 6th Dulwich 460, 7th Wimbledon Windmilers 505, 8th Full-On-Tri 591, 9th Striders of Croydon 598
Photos to follow from Kevin, Marney and Co.
At the Surrey Boys League at Wimbledon Common, Jordan O'Dongo (39th) and Isaac Flanagan (43rd) were the club's leading lights. Neal Kesteron (99th), Dane Lawrence (100th), Theo Flanagan (105th), Zachary Blair (111th) and Caleb Drummond (116th) completed the team's efforts. The team finished ninth overall.
With thanks to Suzie for team managing.
Also at Esher Common, the Under 13 girls finished tenth overall in the team race. They were spearheaded by Amelia Middleton in 20th. Kyra Sethna-McIntosh (26th), Leanne Moore (50th) and Cassandra Howard (63rd) completed the team.
Jessica Moore (17th) and Megan Driver (21st) kept the flag flying in the under 15 girls race with the team finishing 8th.
In the women's race, Naomi Carty made her senior debut finishing 289th over the 6km course. Jules Williams followed nine places later in the 404-strong field. The team placed 29th in the 2nd Division.
Mud,, hills, tree roots = XC = shattered me, tired & aching legs @harrierscroydon well done team your the best team mates.— Neil (@RunningNa) November 7, 2015
My first cross country run with @harrierscroydon done - Eschers common, in the muddy but enjoyable conditions! Need to get some spikes lol!— Muhammad Chilongani (@MAC092) November 7, 2015
It's lovely weather for my second appearance as a @harrierscroydon in the Surrey League XC— teamMoore (@RunMooreRun) November 7, 2015
Oh yeah, I love XC pic.twitter.com/XPIyTpStFz— Simon (@SimonLoughran) November 7, 2015
Loughborough student Dom Nolan then took the reins and clocked the sixth quickest time of the afternoon in 13 minutes and 57 seconds. The 20 year-old made up six places before handing to Ernie Hann who consolidated third matching White's earlier time.
Coach Alan Burn (15:54, 42nd) clung on valiantly from an ever chasing Epsom contingent to ensure the club's first medal at this race in many years.
The result is a one place improvement on their best finish of fourth set two years ago and bodes well ahead of the second round of 2XU Surrey cross-country league this Saturday.
The B team of Mark Lynch (16:47, 73rd), James Moore (17:09, 87th), Colin Oxlade (17:22, 95th) and Andy Del Nevo (18:55, 141st) finished 27th and the C team which included Oliver Hosken (18:34, 128th) and Matthew Kiernan (17:09, 87th) were just eight seconds behind in the 44 team field. The were 173 finishers.
Priory Relays RESULTS
At the Downs League young athlete's races, eleven young Harriers were in action at Epsom Downs awash with fog.
The under 15's led the way narrowly winning the team race over the two-mile challenge. Jordan O'Dongo was third in the boy's race (11:29) and Jessica Moore was second in the girl's category (13:39). Neal Kesterson (13:41, 6th) and Megan Driver (14:12, 6th girl) completed the scoring quartet to finish ahead by a narrow two points from Herne Hill and three points clear of Kingston.
Caleb Drummond (14:27) and Ifetobi Salako (15:09) supplied non-scoring support.
In the under 13's ranks, Kyra Sethna-McIntosh was fourth girl in 14:06, with Leanne Moore (8th, 15:35) and Krishiv Malik (25th, 18:26) also competing. The team placed ninth.
Douglas Aikman spearheaded the under 11's category finishing in 17th. Jessica Duggan (16th girl), Jana Sethna-McIntosh (17th girl) and Holly Perks (20th girl) ensured the club finished eighth.
In ParkRun action, Harriers took part in ten different events on Saturday morning, the furthest of whom was Terry Hall (Cardiff) followed by Glenn Barden (Little Stoke) and Julian Dillow (Weymouth).
Alex Penfold finished 3rd at Brockwell Park, Simon Loughran was fifth at Nonsuch and Mohsin Hahara was runner-up at Riddlesdown.
A dozen Harriers tackled Lloyd Park led home by Jordan O'Dongo in 6th. Jessica Moore was first home in the women's race.
PARKRUN LSIT OF RESULTS
Save the date - the biggest social night of the year will be held on Friday 4th December 2015 at Trinity School. Details on how to book your place will be released very shortly.
Award winners will also be notified in the coming days via email.
In the meantime - SAVE THE DATE!
Check out our Club Awards page which has an extensive database of previous winners and the history of each award. It has also photo galleries, videos and report!