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Waterside Drive Track Closures July 2018

We have been made aware of the following events which will affect our usual track access times:

22nd July – Elmbridge 10k: the race starts and finishes on the track and therefore we are unable to use it until 11:30am

29th July – Ride London: since all roads to the track will be closed, the track will be unavailable for use until 2:30pm

Happy training!

Rescheduled AGM Date

A new date has been agreed for the rescheduled AGM.

The AGM will take place on Thursday 12th April from 8:15pm (after training). Please do come along and contribute to the decision-making process and running of the club.

Another good reason to attend: to partake of good cheese and biscuits (with appropriate liquid accompaniment)

 

 

Ebbisham League Matches

Please note the Ebbisham Boys League fixtures have been amended as follows:

Match 1 – MOVED to 29th April at Ewell
Match 2 – Moved to Kingston (date remains 10 June)
Match 3 – As per the original published date and venue, 8th July, Walton

Please note that the new date for Match 1 CLASHES with the YDL upper age group so U17 athletes (school years 10/11) please note that the YDL fixture is the priority: you will not be able to compete at the Ebbisham League match if you are selected to represent the club at the YDL match.

The dates and venues have been updated in the club calendar.

Surrey League Titles Galore for Walton!

Outstanding results for Walton AC in the Surrey Cross Country League as all male teams win their divisions, whilst Emment, Woolmer and Marks claim individual honours.

Walton Young Athletes secure League titles!!

Outstanding team effort was the order of the day on a cold and chilly afternoon at Wimbledon Common and the boys did not let themselves down.

As for the first time in the same season we secured both the under 13 and under 15/17 team titles in emphatic style and so thoroughly deserved.

In the under 13 boys race Ollie Emment reigned supreme with another victory and in doing so claimed the overall individual title. Ollie was supported by Christopher Vaughan in 10th, Alex Histon-Allvey 12th, Harry Tuckman 14th, Jacob Gelona 27th and Callum Stewart 34th.

The under 15/17 boys were lying in second place going into this final fixture, just 5 points behind South London Harriers. The boys were having none of it, determination to defend their league title they romped to the league title with some great packing.

First home was Ben Fitzpatrick in 3rd closely followed by Ben Marks in 4th. This performance by Ben Marks secured him the Runners Up spot in the overall individual competition. Having his best run of this season and next home was Ollie Coppellotti in 8th, closely followed by Joshua Taylor 11th, Jack Gemmell 12th and Ross Hurst 13th. Rueben Leyland was next across the line in 25th, Joseph Daws-Twilley 28th, Archie Forsyth 32nd, Ben Palmer 36th and Jack Fernandes 39th.

Huge congratulations to all the boys, including those not their today (Michael Cottrill, Edward Dawson, Tom Jones, Finn & Josh Punton, Harvey Ball and Ben Shepherd) who ran this season and thanks to all the parents for their outstanding support.

Meanwhile, over in Croydon, the men’s team cemented their promotion back to division 2 with overall victory in division 3, in spite of a weakened team that still managed third on the day. Duncan Woolmer again led the team home in 3rd place to claim overall 2nd position, supported by Matt Reed (8th), Matt Pharaoh (20th), Jon Ladley (21st), Isaac Mammen (25th), Rob Lovegrove (30th), James Harvey (36th), Chris de Mauny (40th), Jonny Bevan (130th) and Adam McCarthy (137th). Matt Pharaoh and Isaac Mammen were 1st and 2nd U20 for the season.

The women and girls were at Richmond Park earlier in the day, and again suffered from low numbers, however quality not quantity was the order of the day, with Jo Locker, Lizzie Amos and Guilaine Sheward plaing 19th, 33rd and 154th in the senior division 2 race, while Charlotte Vaughan was 4th in the U17 race, and Lani Cardwell 27th in the U15 race. The U13 girls completed the racing, with Bella Wiles 19th and Erin Simper 23rd.

Christmas Training Times

Places for People will be closed at some of our usual training times over the Christmas period. We have negotiated the following alternative arrangements for these times- please make a note!

Boxing Day (26th December) – moved to Wed 27th December at 12:00 to 2:30pm

Saturday 30th December – from 12:00 to 2:30pm as they are not open until 12:00pm

All other training times remain unchanged.

Merry Christmas!