Category Archives: Results

Epilepsy Bradford 10k 17Th March 2019

Well done to all that took part in the penultimate race of our club championship, what another fantastic turn out for Queensbury, with 30 of you turning up to race a good flat 10k that gets more popular every year.

With Gary Rowling pulling out with an injury (Get well soon) it was left to Andy Dovernor to lead you all home. Well done to everybody and congrats to anybody achieving a PB.

With special thanks to the Queensbury marshalls who help out on the day. Full results by clicking below



Bennidorm 10k 2nd March 2019

Benidorm has been a popular tourist town for many years, and the Half Marathon has also grown in popularity and reputation with runners from all over. This is a well organised event on a revised flat and fast course and PBs are more than possible, certainly for the 10K runners.

Well done to Steve Brook for racing finishing in a super 58.22, hope your comeback continue’s Steve

WYWL Stainland 3rd March 2019

The final race of the season took us down to Stainland in which we saw Micheal Maylon finally beaten in this year’s season with Tom Collinge storming to a well deserved victory, proving that hard work and commitment to training really does pay off, huge congrats to Tom but like any true sportsman I’m sure he was more interested in the overall team performance. 

Well done to the Lions for staging another fantastic race and upping the ante to include a river crossing also thanks to all involved with the organising of the WYWL in particular Dave Butler and Steve bower.

Fantastic running from all at Queensbury as usual, with a great turnout for the club throughout the season, on the day results and trophy winners can be found below.

Female 9th 

Men 4th

Vets 3rd

Super Vets 1st

Overall 5th 

Trophy winners this season are

Stacey Cleal 1st FV50

Paul Greenwood 2nd MV35

Carl Heron 3rd MV55

Pete Hughes 1st MV60

Well done to all who took part.

QRC squad


Richmond Park 10k 24th Feb 2019

Richmond Park is one of London’s eight Royal Parks and covers an area of 2500 acres, with wide open spaces, grasslands and deer herds. The park is a top UK site for ancient trees and supports a range of rare species including fungi, birds, beetles, bats, grasses and wildflowers. It has protected status as an important habitat for wildlife and is a National Nature Reserve, London’s largest Site of Special Scientific Interest and a European Special Area of Conservation. (Thanks to Phillip)

Race 4 of the Run Richmond Park race series – a multi-terrain, undulating, two-lapper around the scenic parkland.

Phillip Whettlock, unsurprisingly the sole QRCer, took on the 10k option.

41st Phillip Whettlock 46:52 (3rd MV50)

Well done Philip and thanks again for the easiest race report ever. 

Slaithwaite Slog 23rd Feb 2019

Slaithwaite, locally Slawit (Old Norse: Timber-fell clearing), is a village within the Metropolitan Borough of Kirklees, in West Yorkshire. Historically part of the West Riding of Yorkshire, it lies in the Colne Valley, lying across the River Colne and the Huddersfield Narrow Canal, approximately 5 miles southwest of Huddersfield. 

Starting in the Yorkshire village of Slaithwaite an out and back race along the lovely Huddersfield canal.

A lovely race with distances from 5k ,10k , half marathon, 20 miles and marathon . This flat course will be perfect for those wanting a PB. Homemade cakes, a bespoke medal and our Yorkshire goody bag await all finishers.

Well done to Joanne Punt for taking on this punishing challenge, Jo completed the 20 mile race in a time of 6:06:53. Well done Jo a fantastic achievement and hopefully one that will give your fellow runners some encouragement to try a spot of racing. 

Sorry there are no photo’s available at the moment.

National XC 23rd Feb 2019

Whilst we were heading over to Burnley some of our fasties were mixing it with the big boys in the National XC over at Harewood House.

These events offer the chance for our club to be promoted on the national stage which gives us a great advertisement in showing that we are a serious competitive club, which wants to have the success we deserve. 

The senior race run over 12k of undulating terrain was won by Mahamed  Mahamed in a very fast 36:34 beating Emile Cairess into to 2nd by just a second.

Our lads pot in a brilliant effort led home by Tom, with Chris pulling out with an injury. 


Tom Collinge


Gary Rowling


Andrew Dovernor


Simon Brady

Alistair Galt was also in there finishing somewhere behind Gary after forgetting to wear his chip timer. 

Well done lads.


Huddersfield 10k 24th Feb 2019

Starting and finishing in Lockwood Park this hilly10k heads out into Meltham Rd heading towards Netherton then shortly after turns and returns in a circular route via Netherton Rd. 

The course is undulating (Yorkshire Style) but with a fast finish!There is a £100 bonus for anyone creating a new course record (male and female).

54th Graham Rhodes 44:37 (3rd MV55)

74th Richard Brook 45:59

246th James Kilkenny 55:09

Well done lads. 

QRC awayday Burnley Parkrun 23rd Feb 2019

Our 1st awayday of the year took us over to Burnley and into the picturesque setting of Townely Hall. A beautiful estate just off the M65 within easy reach of Queensbury. 5 of us made the journey in what was a beautiful day for running.

Well done to Phil, Rocky, Andy Stott, Paul and Neil for spreading the Queensbury magic. Our next attempt at an awayday is March 30th at Keighley.