After the first race,the Withins Skyline, Queensbury are second in the team league to Baildon. The Baildon team was particularly impressive at Withins: one of their runners was so determined to finish that she completed the last half of the course with a broken leg and their large points score could not be better deserved. Nevertheless all three Queensbury competitors did well, with Alistair Gale and Lynne Robinson making impressive debuts for the club.
The next races are Cop Hill (1 November) and the Wadsworth Half Trog, an opportunity for Joker double points on 8 November. Please click here for full club and individual scores and the complete list of fixtures. There’s a variety of races through the winter on trail and fell; If you do any of them your points will automatically count in both the club and individual leagues.
Many congratulations to Mick Coe, who won the individual trophy for the summer season.
With the first two fixtures run Stacey Cleal is the leading individual runner for Queensbury after placing well in her category in the first Bunny Run at Haworth. Declan Craven and Abbie Cleal both ran well in the same race against very competitive junior fields, while Mick Coe and Lee Hipwell showed good early season form at the Meanwood Valley Trail.
As the summer starts Queensbury are fourth in the team league. The full points listings at this stage are here.
Next come the Stainland Bluebell Trail (3 May), a tough Joker race offering double points, the shorter but very scenic Over the Odda (16 May) and a fell race in the Dales, the Austwick Amble on 25 May.Very good luck if you are planning to run!
QRC had 8 bunnies in action on Tuesday 16th – Chris, Darren, Ben, Peter, Graham, Hannah, Mick and SteveW – gale force winds, blinding sun and a near death experience hampered some more than others! Results for QRC bunnies now on the results page and full results on Woodentops website.