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First Class Postal

It is always great to see a sprinkling of Postal Harriers across the results pages. We’ve had team mates all over the county this weekend. From Tadcaster to Ravenscar to Wensleydale. Plenty of focus on strengthening those legs ahead of the Cross Country opener at Temple Newsam this coming Sunday.


We have a huge number of runners signed up for the PECO cross country league. Here’s the link if you haven’t signed up yet.



You can sign up to the full season or just pay as you go if you can only make one race. Either way, it is great value for money.


Here are the results from this weekend:


Tadcaster 10 Miler

Ian Ellwood 1.00.15

Glynn Ellwood 1.02.53

Jim Carter 1.05.31

Paul Hatfield 1.09.54

Patrick Hough 1.10.42

Andy Heather 1.12.53

Mark Dodsworth 1.15.40

Mel Ellwood 1.19.41


Nemesis 6 Hour challenge - as many laps of a 1.4 mile hilly course as you can manage within the time limit. Based around the not so flatlands of Ravenscar


Jo Barrett 26.6 mile covered and 2nd Lady!!!


Wensleydale Wedge

Dee Bouderba - can’t find your time Dee but hear you had 23 miles of muddy fun in the Dales.


Millfield parkrun

Ben Briffaud 20.20


Heslington parkrun

Greg Judges 20.13

Phil Randall 30.09


York parkrun

Glynn Ellwood 18.18

Darren Baker 19.04

Jim Carter 19.37

Kevin Armstrong 22.09

Lucy Turner 29.36

Simon Middleton 41.51


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