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On Saturday 13thOctober the 2018/2019 cross country season got underway at our home venue of Claybury. The unusually hot weather resulted in dry conditions and a day of fast racing as 480+ men took to the start line. After a delayed start our own David Hollingworth set us off and every green and white vested battled hard as we placed second, led home by a fine run from Ed Shepherd in fourth.
Results (scroll across and down)
Kevin Murphy (125th): something of a legend at Woodford
A recent addition to our ranks will be of particular interest to older members. Young Tilly Major, a bottom year U13, joined us from Herts Phoenix to maintain a family tradition.
Tilly's parents are Paul Major and Sally Chapman, both of whom were good WGEL distance runners in their day. Paul's dad was Eric Major, a very fine distance man in the late 1950s/early 1960s who finished as high as 32nd in the English National CC. (John Hayward's review of the 1957 track season also had him as "Worst Turned-Out" due to the holes in his club vest!). And Sally Chapman's father is David Chapman, who ran as fast as 8.46 for the 3000m steeplechase and represented GB at the Rome Olympics in 1960.
So a fine heritage! We wish Tilly lots of enjoyment and success with her new club. She has reinforced an U13 Girls team which was already strong, and finished 3rd (2nd scorer) in the first Met League race of the season at Claybury last Saturday.
From L. to R.: John Hayward, Jill Chapman, Paul Major, Tilly, and Dave Chapman (photo by Sally Chapman)