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Results 2015
Junior Ilkley Harriers, established 2003

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This page shows the results of races that Junior Ilkley Harriers have run in, most recent races first. (If we've missed any results, please let us know).

West Yorkshire XC league,Race 4,Guiseley, Sun 6 December

Gaenor Coy reports..... Well done to all those who ran in the last WYXC race of the season on Sunday at a very muddy Nunroyd Park. Great junior harriers results as follows:
Under 11 girls: 2nd 7:04 Charlotte Kenneth, 8th 7:26 Alphra Hicks, 17th 7:39 Eve Whitaker, 23rd 7:54 Phoebe Worrall, 26th 8:06 Robyn Anderson, 27th 8:07 Evie Dennett, 48th 8:55 Charlie Macina, 53rd 9:17 Neve Tennant. 4th Team
Under 11 boys: 9th 6:48 Wilbur Summerson, 10th 6:53 Harrison Oddie, 11th 6:54 Theo Clay, 30th 7:26 Joshua Marlow, 31st 7:27 Tom Campbell, 36th 7:40 Dylan Shinn, 37th 7:41 William Spencer, 47th 8:07 Oliver Holmes, 48th 8:09 Dylan Carr, 60th 8:58 Seamus Barker. 1st Team
Under 13 girls: 10th 9:36 Poppy Anderson, 16th 9:48 Caitlin Oddie, 21st 10:03 Bernadette Raven, 32nd 10:26 Ella Hammond, 41st 10:49 Emily Kenneth, 42nd 10:50 Isabel Sowden, 43rd 11:00 Katie Meredith, 48th 11:32 Alexandra Whitaker, 54th 12:06 Isabel Macina. 3rd team
Under 13 boys: 19th 13:42 Lewis Carr, 35th 14:47 Reuben Foster, 48th 15:17 Nathan Coy, 54th 16:23 Tom Jackson, 58th 16:58 Josh Waddington. 8th Team
Under 15 girls: 22nd Ella Shouler-Harris, 25th 16:35 Eva Jeffels.
Under 15 boys: 3rd 14:04 Euan Brennan, 5th 14:27 Dominic Coy, 11th 15:06 Francis Westhead, 21st 16:15 Harry Barker. 1st Team
Under 17 ladies: 7th 16:14 Sarah Pickering, 19th 19:24 Molly Jeffels, 22nd 19:43 Elizabeth Westhead, 23rd 20:20 Georgia Flaxman. 2nd Team
Under 17 Men: 25th 19:37 George Hardesty

Overall Series Results
Another brilliant year for the Junior Ilkley harriers with 65 of you running in at least one of the four West Yorkshire league races producing our best ever set of team results. =1st to U13 girls and U15 boys teams, 2nd to U11 boys and U17 ladies teams, 3rd U13 girls, 5th U15 girls and 8th U13 boys teams.
Well done to all who ran enough races to be placed on the final leagues tables and congratulations to Charlotte Kenneth, Isabella Moran, Euan Brennan, Dominic Coy and Jemima Elgood for their individual prizes.
Individual placings (best 3 of 4)
Under 11 girls: 2nd Charlotte Kenneth, 6th Isabella Moran, 11th Alphra Hicks, 14th Eve Whitaker, 18th Phoebe Worrall, 27th Robyn Anderson, 32nd Evie Dennett, 48th Neve Tennant, 48th Charlie Macina, 50th Amy Brown-Carrera.
Under 11 boys: 10th Harrison Oddie, 10th Wilbur Summerson, 13th Theo Clay, 15th Max Ashelford, 18th William Spencer, 20th Joshua Marlow, 26th Tom Campbell, 30th Oliver Holmes, 35th Dylan Carr, 38th Dylan Shinn, 57th Seamus Barker.
Under 13 girls: 10th Poppy Anderson, 16th Caitlin Oddie, 21st Bernadette Raven, 24th Ella Hammond, 30th Charlotte Elston, 44th Emily Kenneth, 48th Katie Meredith, 49th Isabel Sowden, 52nd Alexandra Whitaker, 60th 12:06 Isabel Macina.
Under 13 boys: 20th Lewis Carr, 31st Reuben Foster, 43rd Nathan Coy, 52nd Tom Jackson, 60th Josh Waddington.
Under 15 girls: 16th Bethan Morley, 25th Rachel Scott, 27th Eva Jeffels, 29th Ella Shouler-Harris, 30th Emily Elmes.
Under 15 boys: 3rd Euan Brennan, 4th Dominic Coy, 12th Matthew Kenneth, 24th Harry Barker.
Under 17 girls: 4th Jemima Elgood, 8th Sarah Pickering, 14th Lucy Jacques, 24th Georgia Flaxman, 26th Molly Jeffels, 27th Elizabeth Westhead.
Under 17 boys: 18th George Hardesty

West Yorkshire XC league,Race 3,Keighley, Sat 14 November

Gaenor Coy reports.....Lots of junior harriers racing at Keighley. Thankfully the forecast heavy rain waited to arrive until after the junior races had finished but some thick mud in places especially on the hill made the running tough on this short, fast course. Well done to all.
Under 11 Boys: 9th 5:57 Harrison Oddie, 11th 6:02 Wilbur Summerson, 12th 6:03 Joshua Marlow, 13th 6:10 Max Ashelford, 16th 6:12 Theo Clay, 18th 6:17 Will Spencer, 21st 6:21 Rohan Smith 27th 6:29 Tom Campbell, 34th 6:38 Dylan Shinn, 40th 6:42 Oliver Holmes, 42nd 6:43 Dylan Carr, 62nd 7:40 Seamus Barker. 2nd Team
Under 11 Girls: 2nd 6:10 Charlotte Kenneth, 8th 6:37 Isabella Moran, 10th 6:39 Alphra Hicks, 14th 6:40 Eve Whitaker, 16th 6:42 Freya Whiteside, 29th 6:58 Evie Dennett, 31st 7:04, Robyn Anderson, 46th 7:35 Amy Brown-Carrera, 48th 7:36 Neve Tennant, 51st 7:38 Charlie Macina. 1st Team
Under 13 Boys: 21st 8:27 Adam Mitchell, 23rd 8:36 Lewis Carr, 35th 8:58 Reuben Foster, 54th 9:25 Tom Jackson, 58th 9:31 Nathan Coy, 66th 9:50 Harvey Stapleton, 71st 10:03 Josh Waddington 8th Team
Under 13 Girls: 9th 8:52 Poppy Anderson, 20th 9:21 Caitlin Oddie, 23rd 9:26 Ella Hammond, 26th 9:33 Bernadette Raven, 27th 9:34 Charlotte Elston, 45th 9:59 Emily Kenneth, 47th 10:01 Katie Meredith, 50th 10:05 Alexandra Whitaker, 53rd 10:21 Isabel Sowden, 66th 11:39 Charlotte McCarthy, 67th 11:46 Isabel Macina. 4th Team
Under 15 Boys: 4th 13:10 Dominic Coy, 5th 13:14 Euan Brannan, 13th 14:06 Matthew Kenneth, 14th 14:07 Oscar Stapleton, 16th 14:14 Francis Westhead, 18th 14:16 Robbie Matthews, 26th 15:05 Harry Barker. 3rd Team
Under 15 Girls: 26th 17:16 Bethan Morley, 29th 17:41 Eva Jeffels, 30th 17:57 Rachel Scott, 32nd 18:04 Emily Elmes, 34th 18:23 Ella Shouler-Harris. 7th Team
Under 17 Girls: 6th 14:53 Jemima Elgood, 8th 15:18 Sarah Pickering, 14th 16:39 Lucy Jacques, 24th 19:11 Molly Jeffels, 25th 19:21 Elizabeth Westhead. 3rd Team

West Yorkshire XC league,Race 2, Huddersfield, Sat 31 October

Gaenor Coy reports..... A surprising warm day for the second race to the series but enough rain in the week before for some very muddy underfoot conditions on a quite a tough hilly course. Another great turn out (especially as during half term) and some great individual and team results for our juniors.
Under 11 Boys: 10th 6:08 Wilbur Summerson, 11th 6:09 Harrison Oddie, 12th 6:10 Max Ashelford, 14th 6:12 Joshua Marlow, 15th 6:15 Theo Clay, 22nd 6:27 Will Spencer, 26th 6:39 Tom Campbell, 31st 6:47 Oliver Holmes, 44th 7:07 Dylan Carr, 53rd 7:34 Dylan Shinn. 2nd Team
Under 11 Girls: 1st 6:15 Charlotte Kenneth, 5th 6:28 Isabella Moran, 14th 6:54 Alphra Hicks, 16th 6:56 Freya Whiteside, 34th 7:29 Robyn Anderson, 45th 7:50 Amy Brown-Carrera, 48th 7:59 Charlie Macina, 52nd 8:06 Neve Tennant. 1st Team
Under 13 Boys: 16th 13:21 Adam Mitchell, 23rd 13:53 Lewis Carr, 34th 14:27 Reuben Foster, 44th 14:44 Nathan Coy, 56th 15:44 Tom Jackson 6th Team
Under 13 Girls: 9th 9:35 Poppy Anderson, 17th 9:52 Catherine Westhead, 18th 9 Caitlin Oddie, 25th 10:12 Bernadette Raven, 26th 10:13 Ella Hammond, 30th 10:14 Charlotte Elston, 44th 11:04 Emily Kenneth, 55th 11:39 Katie Meredith, 61st 12:54 Isabel Macina. 3rd Team
Under 15 Boys: 3rd 17:23 Dominic Coy, 9th 18:36 Euan Brannan, 10th 18:40 Matthew Kenneth. 2nd Team
Under 15 Girls: 15th 15:05 Bethan Morley, 22nd 15:45 Rachel Scott, 26th 16:32 Eva Jeffels, 28th 17:30 Ella Shouler-Harris, 29th 17:51 Emily Elmes. 5th Team
Under 17 Boys: 16th 23:47 George Hardesty
Under 17 Girls: 3rd 20:02 Jemima Elgood, 4th 20:15 Sarah Pickering, 12th 22:56 Lucy Jacques, 18th 24:19 Georgia Flaxman, 22nd 25:55 Molly Jeffels, 23rd 26:45 Elizabeth Westhead. 1st Team


West Yorkshire XC league,Race 1,Wakefield, Sun 18 October

Gaenor Coy reports..... A fantastic showing of Junior Harriers for the first race of the season at Wakefield with not a drop of mud in sight! Some excellent results and lots of junior harriers competing in the league for the first time. Well done to all.
Under 11 Boys: 10th 5:36 Will Spencer, 13th 5:41 Harrison Oddie, 15th 5:43 Wilbur Summerson, 18th 5:48 Rohan Smith, 20th 5:52 Max Ashelford, 27th 6:03 Edward McCarthy, 28th 6:04 Tom Campbell, 30th 6:08 Joshua Marlow, 32nd 6:09 Oliver Holmes, 35th 6:14 Dylan Carr, 56th 6:52 Dylan Shinn, 60th 7:05 Seamus Barker. 4th Team
Under 11 Girls: 3rd 5:39 Charlotte Kenneth, 5th 5:55 Isabella Moran, 11th 6:09 Eve Whitaker, 13th 6:12 Pheobe Worrall, 21st 6:18 Alphra Hicks, 25th 6:27 Robyn Anderson, 33rd 6:33 Lily Boswell, 41st 6:49 Evie Dennett, 47th 7:08 Neve Tennant, 52nd 7:20 Charlie Macina, 58th 7:36 Amy Brown-Carrera. 2nd Team
Under 13 Boys: 18th 11:29 Lewis Carr, 30th 12:00 Reuben Foster, 37th 12:15 Nathan Coy, 47th 12:30 Max Bradley, 66th 14:37 Josh Waddington. 8th Team
Under 13 Girls: 8th 12:00 Poppy Anderson, 13th 12:20 Catherine Westhead, 26th 12:53 Caitlin Oddie, 31st 13:05 Ella Hammond, 32nd 13:08 Charlotte Elston, 56th 14:13 Isabel Sowden, 57th 14:16 Katie Meredith, 59th 14:27 Emily Kenneth, 62nd 14:40 Alexandra Whitaker, 68th 15:16 Charlotte McCarthy, 69th 15:36 Isabel Macina. 2nd Team
Under 15 Boys: 3rd 14:39 Euan Brannan, 6th 15:02 Dominic Coy, 11th 15:14 Cameron Reilly, 14th 15:24 Matthew Kenneth, 21st 16:18 Oscar Stapleton, 22nd 16:22 Robbie Matthews, 30th 17:05 Harry Barker. 2nd Team
Under 15 Girls: 4th 14:23 Bethan Morley, 22nd 15:56 Rachel Scott, 28th 16:59 Emily Elmes, 33rd 17:28 Ella Shouler-Harris. 4th Team
Under 17 Boys: 22nd 23:29 George Hardesty
Under 17 Girls: 4th 16:19 Jemima Elgood, 8th 16:57 Sarah Pickering, 15th 18:24 Lucy Jacques, 23rd 19:57 Georgia Flaxman, 26th 20:11 Molly Jeffels, 29th 21:35 Elizabeth Westhead. 3rd Team

Withins Junior Fell races, Haworth, Sun 11th October

10 juniors raced at this event. U8: 8th Nicholas Archer (3.07) and 18th Hayden Lewis (3.28). U10: 46th Archie Budding (8.01), Dylan Schinn (8.41), 69th Robyn Anderson (8.48), 93rd Lyra Weston (9.34) and 125th Sophie Pickard (11.16). U12: 54th Charlotte Elston (8.18) and Georgia Weston 104th (10.07). U14: 59th Emily Elmes (8.28).

Ivan Springer memorial meet, Cleckheaton, Sun 20 September

3 juniors attended this open meet - all competing for the first time.U13: Ella Hammond => 4th 800m, 2.47.8 and 6th long jump, 3m.44; Amelia White => 6th 80m, 12.9 and 8th long jumo, 3m.39. U15: Nathaniel Richardson => 2nd long jump, 4m.86, 3rd shot, 7m.30 and 5th 200m, 27.6. Well done to all.

York Open meet 5, Sat 5 September

3 juniors attended this open meet and produced some fine performances - all were competing in their first season for the club. Rohan Smith (U11) rounded off a fantastic summer of competition by winning the 75m in 11.3; Bernadette Raven (U13) came 4th in the 800m in 3.03.5; Adam Cooke (U15) has been improving over the season and gained two podium places - 2nd in the javelin with 27m.97, 3rd in the 80Hurdles in 13.6 and 4th in the 100m with 12.6.

York Summer League meet 5, Sun 16 August

6 juniors attended the fifth summer league meet of the season. (U15) Adam Cooke, 2nd 200m 26.0; Will South, 3rd 200m 26.9; (U13) Bernadette Raven, 4th in both 800m, 2.57.8 and 150m 24.4; Poppy Anderson 1st in both 150m 23.0 and 1500m 5.37.8, 12th long jump 3m.43; (U11) Rohan Smith, 1st 75m, 11.0 and 3rd 600m, 1min.52.7; Robyn Anderson, 6th 600m 2.15.1 and 14th long jump 2m.49.

Overall League placings => Rohan Smith 2nd, Thomas Dover 7th, Adam Cooke 11th and Caitlin Ramage 12th all achieved top 15 placings. Brilliant resultsand well done to all.

York Summer League meet 4, Sun 2 August

Just 2 juniors attended the fourth summer league meet of the season. (U13) Bernadette Raven, 8th 80m, 14.0 and (U11) Rohan Smith, 1st in both the 75m, 11.3 and 600m, 1min.54.1.

Round up of summer BOFRA races

U12 3rd Lewis Carr 4.23

U17 2nd Euan Brennan 21.40
U12 5th Lewis Carr 9.18, 20th (5th girl) Poppy Anderson 10.22
U9 3rd Jonathan Archer 4.40, 6th Dylan Carr 4.53, 13th Nicholas Archer 5.11

U12 4th Lewis Carr 5.48, 12th (4th girl) Poppy Anderson 6.31, 31st (10th girl) Bernadette Raven 7.18
U9 6th Dylan Carr 3.09, 10th Fergus Brown 3.14, 23rd (9th girl) Lizzie Reilly 3.36

Muker show
U12 3rd Lewis Carr 9.52, 20th Dylan Carr 11.54

Reeth show
U12 5th Lewis Carr 9.38, 23rd Dylan Carr 12.02

Kilnsey Show
U14 8th Will Craske 11.04
U12 3rd Lewis Carr 7.01, 8th Joseph Howson 8.10, 13th Dylan Carr 8.52

Halton Gill Sports
U9 2nd Jonathan Archer 2.52, 7th Nicholas Archer

Malham show
U12 4th Lewis Carr 8.24
U9 11th Dylan Carr 5.29

U17 1st girl Jemima Elgood 13.19
U12 7th Lewis Carr 7.22, 11th (2nd girl) Poppy Anderson 7.44, 23rd (6th girl) Robyn Anderson 9.07
U9 10th Fergus Brown 6.10, 12th Dylan Carr 6.24

Sedbergh Gala Saturday 16th May 2015
U12 Lewis Carr 7.40 6th (6th boy), Dylan Carr 10.01 32nd (26th boy)

Coniston Gullies Sunday 31st May 2015

U12 Lewis Carr 4.47 5th (5thboy)

Kettlewell Sunday 7th June 2015
U17 Euan Brennan 11.40 5th (5th boy), Lucy Haines 13.05 8th (1st girl)
U12 Lewis Carr 5.10 5th (5th boy), Poppy Anderson 5.23 8th (2nd girl), Robyn Anderson 7.39 51st (15th girl)
U9 Jonathan Archer 4.10 2nd (2ndboy), Dylan Carr 4.27 7th (7th boy), Nicholas Archer 4.48 17th (12th boy)

Hawkswick Dash Sunday 14th June 2015
U17 Jemima Elgood 14.24 7th (1stgirl), Lucy Haines 15.12 8th (2nd girl)
U12 Lewis Carr 9.02 6th (6th boy), Poppy Anderson 9.28 10th (2nd girl), Robyn Anderson 11.14 27th (8th girl)
U9 Dylan Carr 3.38 8th (3rd boy), Lizzie Reilly 3.58 16th (11th girl)

Helm Hill Sunday 21st June 2015
U12 Lewis Carr 6.31 9th (8th boy) U9 Dylan Carr 3.18 5th (3rd boy)

Kirkby Gala Saturday 5th July 2015
U12 Lewis Carr 9.37 3rd (3rd boy) U9 Dylan Carr 2.54 8th (4th boy)

Alva Games Saturday 11th July 2015
U12 Lewis Carr 11.17 4th (4th boy), Dylan Carr 13.42 14th (11th boy)

Eshton Moor Thursday 16th July 2015
U12 Lewis Carr 8.24 4th (4th boy) U9 Dylan Carr 4.21 2nd (2nd boy)

Cracoe Sunday 19th July 2015
U12 Lewis Carr 8.48 4th (4th boy)
U9 Dylan Carr 3.32 13th ( 10th boy), Lizzie Reilly 3.56 29th (9th girl)

Cowling Gala Saturday 25th July 2015
U14 Poppy Anderson 12.13 2nd (1st girl New record)
U12 Lewis Carr 9.26 4th (3rd boy), Robyn Anderson 11.28 16th (5th girl)
U9 Jonathan Archer 6.20 1st (1st boy), Dylan Carr 6.56 4th (3rd boy), Nicholas Archer 7.14 7th (4th boy)

Ambleside Sports Thursday 30th July 2015
U12 Lewis Carr 9.25 11th (10th boy), Poppy Anderson 9.48 18th (4th girl), Robyn Anderson 12.33 59th (24th girl)

Hellifield Gala Saturday 1st August 2015
U14 Poppy Anderson 12.33 4th (1st girl)
U12 Lewis Carr 8.41 2nd (2nd boy), Robyn Anderson 10.16 9th (3rd girl)

Farleton Knott Sunday 2nd August 2015
U12 Lewis Carr 4.40 2nd, Poppy Anderson 5.21 18th (7th girl)

Home Internationals U20 decathlon, Hexham, 25/26 July

Shirley reports.... Harry Maslen was selected to represent England at the U20 Decathlon Home Internationals held at Hexham over the weekend. As a result of sound winter training Harry has shown brilliant form of late and this was his final opportunity of the season to increase his points total and rankings.
Unfortunately the weekend was generally wet and windy which although far from ideal Harry was able to produce performances close to his best in most events and had PB's on the second day in his 110m hurdles and pole vault. Day 1 performances - 2nd, 100m 11.49; 4th, long jump 6m.61; 2nd, shot 12m.35; 2nd, high jump 1m.88; 3rd, 400m 51.44. This gave him 2nd place overall with 3551 points. The second day started strongly with 5th, 110m hurdles 15.42 (PB); 3rd, discus 34m.55; 3rd, pole vault
3m.90 (PB); 2nd, Javelin 45m.38; 6th, 1500m 4m.48.12. Competition for podium places was close throughout the two days and going into the 1500m Harry was lying in 2nd place overall by just one point to an exceptionally fast runner. Harry's final points total was 6,646 which is a PB and puts him 4th in the national rankings. Importantly he enjoyed the competition and was exceptionally thrilled to be wearing an England vest and standing on the podium in the bronze medal position. It was the most perfect conclusion to a good season - an achievement recognised by UKA coaches in attendance.
Harry started athletics with junior Ilkley Harriers doing sportshall athletics and has gradually progressed up through the track and field programme. He has been the most talented and dedicated athlete we have ever seen and I along with the rest of Ilkley Harriers wish him well as he continues his training and studies in Texas, USA. We all hope that this has been the first England vest of many.

York Summer League meet 3, Sun 19 July

7 juniors attended the third summer league meet of the season. (U15) Lauren Jackson, 5th long jump, 3m.06 and 6th 200m, 32.5; Emily Dover 7th 100m, 14.6, 4th 200m, 31.1 and 4th shot, 5m.94; (U13) Thomas Dover, 3rd shot, 5m.39, 4th 80m, 11.8 and 4th 200m, 31.1; Bernadette Raven, 2nd 800m, 3min.04.3 and 9th long jump, 2m.48; (U11) Rohan Smith, 2nd 75m, 11.2 and 3rd 600m, 1min.57.9; Max Ashelford, 8th 600m, 2 min.10.5; Thomas Campbell 6th 75m, 12.1, 9th 600m, 2 min.12.8 and 10th long jump, 2m.80.

Washburn Valley Relays, Fri 17th July

Absolutely brilliant to have had 7 teams competing in these fun relays with many juniors racing in Ilkley colours for the first time. All the Ilkley teams were pretty equal, with two boys and two girls in each and with all the relevant age categories to be competitive. There were 15 teams racing on the night (1st were Otley in 32.12) and the Ilkley results were:

2nd (33.10): Tom Campbell (8.18), Max Ashelford (8.17), Robyn Anderson (8.18), Caitlin Oddie (8.17)
3rd (33.30): Archie Budding (8.20), Eve Whitaker (8.20), Harrison Oddie (7.48), Polly Crawley (9.02)
5th (34.49): Farrah Kennedy Harting (10.10), Ed McCarthy (8.39), Poppy Anderson (7.52), Adam Townsend (8.08)
7th (35.42): Kingsley Richardson (8.39), Holly Fox (10.08), Oliver Holmes (8.07), Emily Elmes (8.48)
8th (36.47): Dylan Carr (9.56), Evie Dennett (9.51), Tom Jackson (8.22), Bernadette Raven (8.38)
9th (36.54): Tom Holmes (10.00), Lewis Carr (7.55), Alexis Whitaker (8.50), Nina Pearce (10.09)
10th (37.59): Ciara Joel (10.58), Will Robson (10.09), Charlotte Elston (8.50), Will Craske (8.02)

York Summer League meet 2, Sat 4 July

9 juniors attended the second summer league meet of the season. (U17) Roisin Ramage, 4th 100m, 14.2. (U15) Lauren Jackson, 9th long jump, 3m.28 and 10th 200m, 32.7; Emily Dover 7th 100m, 15.1 and 6th 200m, 31.2; Adam Cooke 4th Javelin, 27m.61, 6th long jump, 3m.90 and 2nd 80m hurdles, 14.00; Alex Booth 5th, long jump 4m.04; (U13) Thomas Dover, 2nd shot, 6m.05, 3rd 80m, 12.1 and 3rd 200m, 30.4; (U11) Rohan Smith, 3rd 75m, 11.3 and 2nd 600m, 1min.56.8; Caitlin Ramage, 6th 75m, 12.3 and 7th shot with 3m.56; Fergus Ramage, 2nd shot, 4m.68 and 22nd 75m, 14.8.


WMRA International Youth Cup Mountain Running, Bulgaria, Sat 28 June

It was such a great honour for Ilkley Harriers to have 4 of its older juniors selected to compete for England in Bulgaria. Over the 3.6km ladies course Jemima Elgood was 23rd in 21.26, Lucy Haines, 37th in 22.44 and Sarah Pickering, 38th in 23.19. Jemima and Lucy were part of the England team placed 9th overall. There were 50 competitors in the race and the winning time was 18.50.

In the 5.4km mens race Ruaridh Mon Williams finished in 56th place in 30.44 (61 ran and winners time was 24.30).

Well done to all of them - everyone at Ilkley Harriers is very proud of your achievement.

ESSA Combined Events Regional qualifier, Doncaster, Sat/Sun 28/29 June

Harry had been looking forward to this final Decathlon of the season competing for West Yorkshire at Doncaster in the ESSA regional qualifier. Unfortunately he was not well but the excellent training that he has been doing showed what a truely exceptional athlete he is even when not on par. On day 1 he ran 11.3 in the 100m jumped a PB of 6m.77 in the long jump, followed by a second PB of 13m.25 in the shot an outdoor PB of 1m.92 in the high jump and finished with a 53.3 in the 400m. He finished in the lead but overnight he was worse and despite travelling to Doncaster for the second day decided to withdraw from the competition. Over the next few years I am certain that we will hear of Harry's further successes.

York Summer League meet 1, Sat 20 June

6 juniors attended the first summer league meet of the season. (U17) Roisin Ramage, 1st Shot, 10m.44 and 4th 100m, 14.0. (U15) Lauren Jackson, 8th long jump, 3m.07 and 6th 200m, 33.2. Adam Cooke 3rd Javelin, 25m.06, 4th 100m, 13.2 and 1st 80m hurdles, 13.9. (U13) Tom Jackson, 1st 75m hurdles, 17.5, 8th 800m, 3min.04.9 and 7th 200m, 35.9. (U11) Rohan Smith, 1st in both 75m, 11,6 and 600m 1min.55.9. Caitlin Ramage, 1st 75m, 11.6 and 2nd shot with 4m.26,

Turner Uphill Fell Championships, Duddon, Sat 20 June

Report from George

Burnley U11 Open T&F meet, Sun 14 June

A good little meet for Years 2-5, very friendly and well organised. Hopefully more will want to do this next season. Rohan Smith and Farrah Kennedy Harting were competing for the first time for JIH and they both did exceptionally well. Rohan won both the 600m in 1.56.4 (which is a new junior club record) and the 75m in 11.5 and was 4th in the long jump with 3m.30. Farrah ran the 150m in 28.1 and the 50m in 9.4 and threw the rounders ball 15m.60 which gave her third place and a bronze medal. It was good to see both of them on the podium. Well done.

English Fell Championships race 5, Malham, Sat 30 May

George Elmes reports...... 13 JIH’s travelled up to picturesque Malham to compete in round 5 of the championships. As always a very challenging but enjoyable course for all. Probably our best collective results of the championships with the standout performance being Jemima Elgood who dominated the GU16 race to finish with a massive gap of 31 seconds in front of the 2nd placed girl. Fantastic performance Jemima! Podium places also for Ruaridh Mon Williams 2nd BU18, Lucy Haines 3rd GU16, and Poppy Anderson 3rd GU12.

Full results –
GU 10 Robyn Anderson 6th, BU10 Archie Budding 19th
GU 12 Poppy Anderson 3rd BU 12 Lewis Carr 11th
GU14 Emily Elmes 23rd BU14 Euan Brennan 4th, Robbie Matthews 15th
GU16 Jemima Elgood 1st, Lucy Haines 3rd, Sarah Pickering 5th, Lucy Jacques 19th
GU18 Lucy Williamson 6th, BU18 Ruaridh Mon-Williams 2nd.

The great set of results meant that in the Club championships we moved up from 4th to 2nd place out of 58 clubs competing. Last year we finished in 4th place and our objective for this year was to improve once again , something we have successfully achieved as a squad in every one of the past 4 years. The last race in the Championships is the Turner uphill Championships in the Lake District on Sat 20th June. This is the weekend of the JIH camping “do” which will be held at Turner Hill Farm Campsite (which is only 500m from the start of the race.) A number of people are staying over and it would be great to get as many possible to run the race and camp over to celebrate another successful year for the entire Fell Squad. Thanks to all the JIH’s that have competed in this year’s championships with great efforts from all , 4th last year, currently in 2nd so let’s get as big a turnout as we can to finish as strongly as we can.

Hope to see you in the lakes!

England U20 Combined Events Champs, Bedford, 23/24 May

Harry Maslen competed in the England U20 Combined Events Championships in Bedford over the weekend (decathlon).
On day 1 Harry achieved 3 personal best performances in the 100m (11.26); shot (13m.15) and 400m (50.15) and with strong results in his long jump (6m.53) and high jump (1m.88) he finish the day with 3688 points and 200 points clear of second place.
The second day started strong with a PB in his 110 Hurdles (15.45) and a good discus (35m.19). Competing over two days and with 10 events there are bound to be times when events go well while others are below par. So along the way the athlete must contend with highs and lows and the whole weekend becomes as much a test of character and attitude as personal physical achievement. Pole Vault is normally an event that Harry would expect to pick up 500-600 however failing to clear any height left him with no chance of taking the championship title. Now back in 4th place he ended the day by produced two of the most amazing performances of his short career. In the javelin he threw 51m.89 (a PB by over 5m) and in the 1500m he ran 4:38.98 (a PB by 16 secs). He finished the event with 6355 points and stood on the podium in silver medal position. He was also crowned Northern Combined Events champion.
This was his first competitive decathlon of the season and showed that all the winter training under the guidance of Sam Stanislaus is paying off. Although clearly disappointed with a couple of aspects of his performance he is already looking forward to other competitions to make amends. Many congratulations on such an outstanding weekend.

English Junior Fell Champs, Coiners, Mon 4 May

George Elmes reports


National Sportshall Athletics Final, Sun 26 April

Roisin Ramage (U15) and Charlie Wilde (U13) were competing for West Yorkshire. Roisin came 2nd in the shot with a PB of 10m.75 and helped WY to a 5th team place overall which is excellent. Charlie competed in the speed bounce.

West Yorkshire T&F League meet 1, Cleckheaton, Sat 25 April

Harry Maslen and Lucy Williamson (Both U20) competed in this first meet of the season. Lucy gained a PB in the 3,000m with 11.02.75 and also ran 800m in 2.33.72. Harry gained two PB's in 100m in 11.37 and Discus with 36m.09. He also threw a very good 45m.59 for the Javelin.

English Junior & Yorkshire Fell Champs, West Nab, Sat 18 April

George Elmes reports...... Apologies slightly shorter report than normal as I could not make it to the race.
14 JIH’s made it across to Meltham to take part in Round 3 of the English champs which was also the Yorkshire champs. I am told that as normal with Champs races the standard was high on a pretty technical course.
Some good results with Yorkshire medals for Lucy Williamson and Joanne Williamson in the FU18 with Gold and silver respectively, Jemima Elgood Silver FU16 & Euan Brennan MU14. Well done to all.
In the overall English Champs places -
MU10, Archie Budding 19th
FU10, Robyn Anderson 6th
MU12, Lewis Carr 14th, Harry Stead 38th
FU 12, Poppy Anderson 9th
MU14 Euan Brennan 3rd, Robbie Matthews 24th
FU14 Ella Shouler- Harris 23rd
FU16 Jemima Elgood 3rd, Sarah Pickering 9th, Lucy Jacques 13th, Nea Weston 22nd
FU18 Lucy Williamson 2nd, Joanne Williamson 4th.
In the Club champs we are still in 4th place 1 point behind Wharfedale in 3rd and 2 behind Eden in 2nd.
Next round is a Coiners @ Mythomroyd Bank holiday Monday, lets again see if we can break into the top 3. Its sooooo close! See you all there.

FRA English Fell Champs race 2, Pendle, Sat 4 April

George reports... 12 JIH’s made it across the Pennines to compete in round 2 of the FRA championships hosted by Clayton – le – Moors. This was also the Lancashire championships and hence the competition was pretty stiff.
As normal Pendle was a tough challenge with a steady climb out of the bottom field for all. The majority all climbing to and beyond Buttock Farm for their respective turns. Lucy and Joanne Williamson in the U18’s continuing to the trig point 340m up. The weather held up, clear blue sky with a decent breeze to cool all on the climb up overlooking the shimmering Ogden Reservoir .
Some good results from all but standout performances from Jemima Elgood and Sarah Pickering for first and second respectively in the GU16 race.
Full Results –
U8B Jonathan Archer 5th, Nicholas Archer 19th
U10G Robyn Anderson 4th
U12G Poppy Anderson 4th
U14B Euan Brennan 7th, Robbie Matthews 21st
U14G Ella Shouler- Harris 23rd
U16G Jemima Elgood 1st, Sarah Pickering 2nd Lucy Jacques 11th
U18G Lucy Williamson 4th. Joanne Williamson 5th.
After 2 rounds in the club championship it is all very tight at the top with JIH’s currently in 4th place on 281 points. Only 7 points separate us from top spot - K&C 288, Eden Runners 285, Wharfedale 282, Ilkley 281.
Round 3 is hosted by Holmfirth Harriers on Sat 18th at West Nab near Huddesfield. Its also the Yorkshire Championships so let’s see if we can get a good turnout, get some good individual results and also push us into one of the top 3 places in the club championships for the first time.

Indoor Pentathlon, Gateshead, Sun 22 March

Harry Maslen won the event with sound performances in all 5 events. 60m Hurdles => 8.75; High Jump => 1m.94 (PB); Shot => 11.04; Long Jump => 6m.46; 60m => 7.38sec.

PECO league race 5, Roundhay Park, 1st March

Gaenor reports... There was some great running on Sunday by our junior harriers at the last PECO race of the series. The course was well drained and good running condition but the strong winds combined with an extremely steep bank (which the year 7 to 12’s had to do twice) made it a tough course.
It was a very strong race for Dom Coy, who was up leading with the race winner throughout the race and missed out on the win by just 1 second. Junior Harrier Results

1 mile race => 12th William Spencer 8:23; 23rd Thomas Campbell 18:43; 32nd Robyn Anderson 9:05

2 mile race => 2nd Dominic Coy 14:35; 13th Joe Reynier 16:32; 14th Poppy Anderson 16:38; 16th Ella Shouler-Harris 17:05; 19th Joanne Williamson 17:51

Final League Positions

Year 4-6 Girls => 8th Robyn Anderson
Year 7-9 Girls => 3rd Poppy Anderson; 4th Ella Shouler-Harris

Years 10- 12 Girls => 2nd Lucy Williamson; 4th Joanne Williamson
Years 7–9 Boys => 2nd Dominic Coy
Year 10-12 Boys => 1st George Hardesty

English National XC Champs, Parliament Hill, London, 24 Feb

Gaenor reports... Well done to the 10 junior who travelled down to London to compete in the English National Cross Country Championships at Parliament Hill Fields in Hampstead Heath. Despite a dry day the underfoot conditions of the undulating course were extremely muddy in large parts, making the running difficult.
Sarah Pickering and Elizabeth Westhead kicked off first with the under 17 women’s 5km race and a good Ilkley finish from Sarah who ran strongly finishing just outside the top 50 in 52nd place.
Next up was Euan Brennan, Cameron Reilly and Francis Westhead running in the 4.5km under 15 boys race.
A break for Ilkley juniors to watch Georgia Malir finish strongly in 11th position in the 6km Junior women’s championship. Well done Georgia!
Next was the 3km under 13 girl’s race with Bethan Morley, Ella Shouler-Harris and Charlotte Elston. There was a long wait then for Dominic and Nathan Coy for the 3km under 13 boy’s race – the final junior race of the day. Everybody ran extremely well in the ever increasing mud bath within a very competitive field.
Thanks to Emily Elmes and family who although she was unable to run due to continuing injuries gave fantastic support to all throughout the whole day.
Ilkley Results
U13 boys: 175th Dominic Coy 14:14, 359th Nathan Coy 16:28
U13 girls: 219th Bethan Morley 15:16, 287th Ella Shouler-Harris 15:46, 378th Charlotte Elston 17:04.
U15 boys: 126th Euan Brennan 18:14, 161st Cameron Reilly 18:34, 165th Francis Westhead 18:36,
U17 women: 52nd Sarah Pickering 21:42, 201st Elizabeth Westhead 26:54

Peco XC race 4, Bodington Fields, Sun 8 February

Gaenor reports... There was a good turnout of junior harriers on Sunday for the 4th race in the PECO series on a gloriously sunny morning especially for the 2 mile race. Well done to all.
1 mile race: 14th William Spencer 7:10; 22nd Nathan Coy 7:27; 36th Robyn Anderson 7:59
2 mile race: 2nd George Hardesty 11:4; 6th Dominic Coy 12:03; 14th Lucy Williamson 12:35; 19th Sam Craske 13:12; 22nd Joe Reynier 13:31; 25th Tom Jackson 13:43; 26th Lucy Jacques 13:44; 27th Ella Shouler-Harris 13:45; 31st Poppy Anderson 14:02; 33rd Joanne Williamson 14:16; 38th Tilly Woodward 15:59.

Northern XC Champs, Pontefract, 24 Jan 2015

Gaenor reports... Well done to all 24 Junior Harriers who ran on Saturday at Pontefract Racecourse in extremely muddy underfoot conditions. There was some great running from everybody, especially Jemima Elgood who finished in 21st in the U17 ladies. Top 50 finishes also from Lucy Williamson, Bethan Morley and Max Bradley. A good team result once again from the strong U17 ladies to finish 4th team.
Ilkley Results
U13 boys: 49th Max Bradley 11:51, 172nd Nathan Coy 14:01. Dominic Coy also completed the course (approx time of 11:55) but unfortunately did not register a result due to forgetting to put on his timing chip.
U13 girls: 49th Bethan Morley 12:44, 98th Ella Shouler-Harris 13:22, 147th Poppy Anderson 14:05, 155th Rachel Scott 14:17, 161st Bernadette Selman 14:26, 177th Charlotte Elston 15:12. 23rd Team
U15 boys: 51st Euan Brennan 15:02, 76th Cameron Reilly 15:30 95th George Hardesty 15:44, 101st Francis Westhead 15:51, 148th Harry Barker 17:09. 12th Team
U15 girls: 111th Georgia Flaxman 19:01, 123rd Molly Jeffels 19:21, 139th Eva Jeffels 20:34.
U17 ladies: 21st Jemima Elgood 18:44, 31st Lucy Williamson 19:18, 57th Lucy Haines 20:20, 70th Joanne Williamson 21:09, 82nd Lucy Jacques 22:17, 84th Elizabeth Westhead 22:26, 94th Tilly Woodward 24:30. 4th Teams

Yorkshire XC Champs, Ripon, 10 Jan 2015

Gaenor reports... Well done to all 27 Junior Harriers who ran on Saturday at Light Water Valley. Underfoot conditions of the course were surprisingly dry and fast but the strong winds made it tough going in open parts of the race.
A big well done to Matthew Kenneth who ran very strongly to finish in 6th (U13 boy), therefore gaining his Yorkshire Vest.
Well done also to the U17 ladies team for getting the bronze team medal.
U13 boys: 6th Matthew Kenneth 9:03, 18th Dominic Coy 9:37, 27th Max Bradley 9:46, 53rd Reuben Foster 10:41, 58th Nathan Coy 10:51, 63rd Harry Firth 10:59. 5th and 15th Teams
U13 girls: 33rd Ella Shouler-Harris 11:10, 34th Poppy Anderson 11:11, 37th Emily Kenneth 11:13, 38th Rachel Scott 11:15, 53rd Bernadette Selman 11:54, 62nd Charlotte Elston 12:24. 9th and 15th Teams
U15 boys: 14th Euan Brennan 17:30, 20th George Hardesty 17:32, 34th Cameron Reilly 18:21, 37th Oscar Stapleton 18:35, 50th Harry Barker 19:56. 4th Team
U15 girls: 45th Georgia Flaxman 17:53, 56th Molly Jeffels 18:54.
U17 ladies: 9th Jemima Elgood 18:35, 10th Sarah Pickering 18:53, 18th Lucy Williamson 19:55, 22nd Lucy Haines 20:12, 28th Lucy Jacques 20:51, 32nd Joanne Williamson 22:15, 37th Tilly Woodward 24:11. 3rd and 5th Teams

English U20 Indoor Combined Events Championships (Heptathlon), EIS, Sheffield, 10/11 Jan 2015

Not only were the best in the country competing but an England place was at stake for the first 3 finishers and the event incorporated the Northern Indoor Championships (22 U20's were competing). Harry Maslen has been getting stronger throughout the season and has had good winter training under the guidance of Sam Stanislaus who now coaches him in Gateshead. On Saturday he competed in the 60m (3rd fastest in 7.31 (PB)), long Jump (2nd in 6m 63 (PB)), shot (12th best in 11m 01) and pole vault (8th best in 3m.81 (PB)). This put him in 4th place with just 1 point adrift of 3rd. On the Sunday he competed in 60mHurdles (3rd in 8.58 (PB)), high jump (3rd in 1m 89) and the 1000m (3rd in 2.48.28 (PB)). It was a remarkable two days of competition. Harry finished in 4th place with 4943 points. His points total was incredibly high for someone not to make it on to the podium however it was a great achievement and one that he can be massively proud of. His friend and training partner from Gateshead (Anthony Hogg) won the competition breaking the 5000 point barrier and I am sure that over the coming year they'll push each other in training and competition. Harry gained a silver medal as runner up to Anthony in the Northern Championships and has been selected as a non travelling reserve for the GB and NI team in the U23 20 International indoor match combined events in Nogent-sur-oise, France on the 24/25 January.

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