Borders League Report

Categories: Road News

A NEW HIGH for the BORDERS LEAGUE. A NEW LOW for ERYRI’S MEN
There was a record breaking turnout of 441 finishers for the 2nd race of the Borders Road Running League at Upton, Chester on Sunday 11th November unfortunately, it was a record low for Eryri’s men with only two members competing! Still, Eryri’s women yet again outshone their male counterparts¬†with a full team of three competing.
On a damp but bright morning, and despite the early start time of 09:30am, the Chester Spring 5 miler course drew a record turnout for the League, the women’s turnout of 153 was also a League record with Helen Blair leading the Eryri Women’s team home in 267th place overall with a time of 38:00 closely followed by 272nd placed Becky Law 38:05 and 394th Alison Donnelly 46:00. All of whom had competed for the club the previous day at Wrexham in the North Wales Cross Country League. A superb effort and dedication to the club. Arwel Lewis had also competed the previous day at Wrexham and finished 147th overall and 1st Male over 60 in a time of 33:28 while Roy Jardine, competing in his 82nd Borders League event finished 422nd overall and 5th Male Over 70 in a time of 51:03.
Eryri’s women are currently 4th in their respective 2nd Division while Eryri’s men prop up the rest of the League!
The next race in the Borders Road Running League is more closer to home on Anglesey at Trac Mon, The Anglesey Racing Circuit. Ty Croes. Starting at 11am. Distance 5 Miles.
The event is free to enter, just turn up in your club vests and enjoy the race.