2015 Annual Awards Night

2015 Annual Awards Night

Blog
Results from last night's fabulous Christmas Poplar Runners Party, for those that couldn't make it! Thanks very much to Bex, Lee and everyone who helped organise a fantastic party. Senior male Shaun Crowson Senior female Nicola Holmes Vet male Nigel Smith Vet female Sharon Tait Run of the year Andy Grant Most improved Rebecca Holmes Special merit award Mark Swift Hall of fame Sharon Tait Captains awards Gemma Bettoney-Bramhall and Rebecca Holmes Mountsorrel pops of the year Ben Birkett and Helen Sara Johnson League points ladies Nicola Holmes 28 Jo Martin 21 Kate Ellis 19 Kirsty dale 11 Rebecca Holmes 10 Sharon tait 10 Gemma bb 3 Claire limmage 3 Men's league points Lee dawson 75 Shaun crowson 43 Daniel Ryan 33 Marc Schulz 32 Darryl Hughes 26 Andy gibiino…
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Bagworth Cross Country League Race (22/11/15)

Bagworth Cross Country League Race (22/11/15)

Race Report
This was our second race in our debut cross country league season. The first, held in Markfield, was a huge disappointment to some because there was a lack of mud. Turns out it was all in blinking Bagworth! The morning of the race there was a few nervous smiles and some of us looked like we had a look of trepidation on our faces for what was about to come. This could of been due to how cold it was. It was freezing. Even Eskimos find these conditions nippy. When at Bagworth, we all congregated around Mark Purvey's fun bus (this is not a euphemism). We all had different variations of warm ups and some of the Pops gave me some stick for doing a bit of skipping. To be…
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RUNNING IN BOMBERS WORLD

Blog, Bomber's Blog
Here’s a little introduction to my background of myself (BOMBER) I was born and raised in Shelthorpe which is situated in the university town of Loughborough, Leicestershire. I have 3 sisters and 2 brothers and the old man buggered off when I was very young, for which I would like to thank him because it made me the man and father I am today. As kid’s we didn’t have much, but back then we didn’t need much to keep us entertained, just give us a ball and some grass and we’d be gone for hours, a bit like my running today but without the ball! Through out my teenage years I was very active, playing football for Saturday and Sunday teams as well as training in the week. Football was…
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