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Forthcoming Club training sessions over the next week

Day Date Description of session
Sunday February 26th


Cross-Country run with Eynsham Road Runners to test new course at Hill End Centre, Farmoor

Starting from Hill End Centre, Eynsham Road, Farmoor at 9 am

For those not taking part, a multi-terrain run from Marlborough School, Woodstock at 9 am

Tuesday February 28th


Effort session. This week it's a pyramid session over 6K with rests

Starting at Blenheim Park Town Gate at 6;30 pm


Thursday March 2nd


Circuit of Blenheim Park lasting 40/45 minutes

Starting from Blenheim Park Town Gate at 6:30 pm


Saturday February 25th


Multi-terrain run lasting 60/70 minutes. Starting from Marlborough School, Woodstock at 9 am (MS is setting up XC course at Farmoor)

Forthcoming exercise classes & circuit training over the next week


New items in the week beginning Monday 20th February 2017

No results to date

Members' forthcoming birthdays

Birthday Date Name
March 2nd Denise Bridges
March 3rd Ian Varney
March 5th Adrian Smith
March 7th Rachel Masser

Club Handicap Competition & Oxon Road Race Grand Prix News 2016/2017

10th February 2017: The Club Handicap races for 2017 will be decided on at the upcoming Committee Meeting on Thursday 16th February.

For Oxon Road Race Grand Prix events please see Oxon Road Race Grand Prix web page

27th November: Jake Harrison put in yet another personal best at Eynsham 10K to consolidate his lead and win the Club Handicap Competition from Ralf Arneil with Dave Cantwell 3rd.

Our men scraped a victory in the Oxon Road Race Grand Prix finishing on equal points with Headington but taking the victory on count-back. Our girls finished equal 4th. James Bolton won the individual competition yet again with Dave Cantwell 2nd. Jake Harrison finished a credtable 5th, Bryan Vaughan was 12th, Ralf Arneil 16th and Kevin Game 20th. Zoe White and Denise Bridges headed our girls' effort in12th & 13th respectively with Jess Webb 23rd and Bridget Gould 25th.

2nd October: It's all over bar the shouting in the Club Handicap competition as Jake Harrison cannot be caught following results at Hanney 5. It's still possible for the 2nd & 3rd positions to change as Ralf Arneil is just 2 points ahead of Dave Cantwell. James Bolton lies 4th a further 23 points adrift.

In the Oxon Road Race Grand Prix our men hold on to 1st and our girls are 3rd equal with Kidlington.

In the individual contest James Bolton and Dave Cantwell are 1st & 2nd, Jake Harrison is 6th, Bryan Vaughan 14th, Kevin Game 16th=, Ralf Arneil 18th and Rob Webster 20th. Zoe White leads the girls' challenge in 12th, Denise Bridges is 15th and Jess Webb 19th.

24th September: After Woodstock 12,race 16 of the 19 remaining Handicap Competition races, Ralf Arneil is still ahead on 283 points from 12 races. Dave Cantwell has also completed 12 races and is 8 points behind Ralf. However, Jake Harrison on 262 points has one race in hand and could overtake both Ralf and Dave by the end of the competition. James Bolton is lurking in 4th place on 247 points, has competed 13 races but still has a chance of 2nd or 3rd.

Our men are back on top of the Grand Prix table after the results at Woodstock 12 just 2 points clear of Headington. Our girls hold on to 3rd place.

James Bolton & Dave Cantwell are still 1st & 2nd in the individual table, Jake Harrison is 6th, Rob Webster 13th, Ralf Arneil 14th, Bryan Vaughan 19th and Kevin Game 20th. Zoe White is our leading lady in 11th, Denise Bridges is 12th & Jessica Webb 14th.

1st September:In the Grand Prix our men have dropped to 2nd place after Hook Norton 6 and are just 1 point adrift of Headington but with 6 races still to count. Our girls keep their 3rd place 4 points behind Hook Norton Harriers.

In the individual competition James Bolton and Dave Cantwell are still 1st & 2nd in the men's contest, Rob Webster is 3rd and Jake Harrison 14th. Ralf Arneil and Bryan Vaughan are now in the top 25 in 21st & 24th respectively. Denise Bridges is still our leading lady in 9th, Zoe White is 11th, Jess Webb 12th and Bridget Gould 19th.

Ralf has extended his lead over Dave in the Handicap competition to 8 points both having completed 10 races, Jake is 3rd 17 points behind Dave with 1 race in hand and James is just 1 point behind Jake from 11 completed races.

1st August: After Hornton 6 James Bolton and Dave Cantwell are still 1st & 2nd in The Oxon Road Race Grand Prix individual standings with Jake Harrison 9th, Rob Webster 13th and Kevin Game 23rd.

Denise Bridges is our leading lady in 5th, Jess Webb is 8th, Zoe White 12th and Bridget Gould 16th.

In the team competition our men now lead and our women are 3rd.

15th July: The Club Handicap competition is hotting up with Ralf Arneil two points ahead of Dave Cantwell who is one point in front of Jake Harrison all with 7 qualifying races

Both men's and women's teams are 2nd in the Oxon Road Race Grand Prix competition after race 7 at Didcot. James Bolton and Dave Cantwell are 1st & 2nd in the individual men's competition with Jake 12th, Kevin Game 19th and Rob Webster 20th. Denise Bridges leads our girls in 3rd, Zoe White is 9th and Bridget Gould 23rd.

7th June: After race 8, the Banbury 5, Ralf Arneil has taken the lead in the Club Handicap competition and leads Dave Cantwell by 4 points. Both have completed 5 qualifying races. Rob Webster with 5 races is third 12 points behind Dave

In the Oxon Road Race Grand Prix our men are 2nd= with Oxford City just 2 points behind Headington after race 5 at Cottisford 5K. Our girls are lying 4th. In the men's individual standings with the best 3 of 5 races to count, James Bolton is 2nd, Dave Cantwell 3rd, Rob Linnell 11th, Rob Webster 17th and Sam Cruickshank 22nd. Jess Webb leads the women's table, Denise Bridges is 9th, Bridget Gould 16th and Zoe White 18th.

28th April: With just one race from three to count in the Oxon Road Race Grand Prix competition our men are equal 1st with Oxford City and Alchester RC all teams having won one event. Our women are 2nd equal with Hook Norton and Abingdon behind leaders Headington.

James Bolton has risen to 3rd in the individual men's tables, Dave Cantwell is 8th & James Leavesley 16th with just 1 race to count from 3.Jess Webb is still 1st and Denise Bridges 9th in the women's tables.

After Race 4 in the Club Handicap competition, Dave Cantwell is 23 points clear of Ralf Arneil who is 2 points ahead of Jess Webb although the latter two have one race in hand.

17th April: Dave Cantwell is still leading the Club Handicap competition after Race 3 the County Road Relays. Rob Webster is 7 points adrift in 2nd having taken over from Denise Bridges after her injury and Jake Harrison is a further 10 points behind in 3rd.

3rd April: After race 2 in the Club Handicap competition, Dave Cantwell leads the league table from Denise Bridges & Rob Webster.

Our men have moved up to 1st= in the Grand Prix League tables whilst our women are now 3rd.In the individual standings Denise Bridges is 3rd and Jess Webb 12th with Caeron Phillips just outside the top 25.Dave Cantwell leads the men's push in 3rd, Rob Webster is 8th, James Bolton 15th, Alan Harrison 18th and James Leavesley 21st.

20th March: Dave Cantwell, James Leavesley, Rob Webster and Alan Harrison made up our men's team placing us 5th in the Oxon Road Race Grand Prix after just one event. Denise Bridges, Zoe White and Paula Booth made up our girls' team who lie 4th in the GP. Dave, James & Denise are 1st, 2nd & 3rd respectively in the Club Handicap competition


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