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July 2014




YDL (upper) Match 4 : Warrington - Sunday 27th July

On 27th July, 12 young athletes competed in the final YDL held at Warrington. The conditions were warm but windy. 2 club records were achieved and 8 personal bests.
For the under 17 men; George Asson competed in the 100m to finish in 11.5 and also ran 23.5 for the 200m. Lachlain Fisher competed in the 400m and finished in 56.7, he also ran 24.9 for the 200m and jumped 4.99m in the long jump. He achieved pb's in each of his events! Adam Woosey ran in the 400m and finished with a time of 57.5, he also competed in the 800m and finished in 2.10.2. Jonathan Causer achieved 2.12.7 for his 800m race and threw the discus 20.93m. Jonathan achieved a pb and set the club record in the shot putt, he threw 11.08m! Jacob Beesley also set a new club record and pb, recording 33.65m in the discus.
The under 17 women had 2 competitors; Jessica Leonard competed in the 100m to finish in 13.1 and also 27.4 in the 200m. Maddie Williams represented the under 17's in the 300m; she finished in 48.8 and also competed in the 1500m to finish in a time of 5.25.6. Louise Fairclough threw the discus 15.33m and putt the shot 7.27m. She achieved a pb in the hammer throw with 22.63m.
The under 20 men had to representatives, Taylor Caton-Hand competed in the long jump, he jumped 6.62m in this event. In the triple jump he achieved 13.14m and 1.70m in the high jump. In the javelin he threw 33.38. Also in the javelin was Tom McKeever who threw 44.33m.
Finally for the under 20 women, Maria McGoldrick competed in the 800m to finish in a time of 2.31.3 and also achieved a pb in her 400m with 67.2. Rachel McGoldrick competed in the 800m too, she achieved a pb with a time of 2.26.9 and also ran in the 1500m to finish in 5.17.7.
The under 17 men's 4x400m relay consisted of Lachlain Fisher, Adam Woosey, George Asson and Jonathan Causer. The team achieved a club record and a pb with 3.48.0.
The under 20 women's 4x400m relay included: Jessica Leonard, Rachel McGoldrick, Maddie Williams and Maria McGoldrick. They finished in 4.26.7.
Well done to everyone who competed for the club. A big thank you to all of the officials and volunteers! Hope to see you all at the final Northern League (seniors) held at Warrington on Saturday 9th August.
Team manager: Dave Morley

Harrock Hill Race, Parbold - Wednesday 23rd July

Greg Carns, Mark Liptrot, Ian Hayburn and Gary Oldham made the short trip over to the Famer’s Arms at Bispham, near Parbold, for Harrock Hill fell race, the sixth race in the club fell champs. We were met in the car park by a familiar face – Maurice Collins. Then we bumped into Tony Smith at registration –that’s 6 runners and first St Helens runner decided then. In true-fell runner style the excuses were reeled off before the start:-

Greg Carns – “I’m not sure how I’ll do as I did Snowdon on Saturday and a track session last night”
Ian Hayburn – “I did Snowdon Saturday and I’m recovering from injury”
Mark Liptrot – “My legs will be feeling it after the IronMan on Sunday”
Having done a 12 hour endurance triathlon only 3 days previously did seem a fairly valid excuse though.

It’s a 10 minute walk to the start of the race and we had a chance to warm up on the first section which is half a mile of uphill  along a lane. Then we were off and as with all short races the temptation to start too fast couldn’t be resisted. After about 2 miles I was wondering if I could keep going much longer, but a nice long uphill section gave a bit of a chance for recovery and though I wasn’t gaining any places, I wasn’t losing any either. There were a few short unexpected ascents towards the end which I wasn’t expecting and also a frustrating downhill track where a very cautious runner blocked any chance of getting past. Once over the stile and into the field I got past him and another runner and managed to hold them off on yet another uphill stretch to the finish.

It’s advertised as 5.2 miles and 900ft ascent and it’s yet another race that starts and finishes in the same place yet seems to have a lot more uphill than downhill - a lovely scenic route over fields, tracks and paths.

Some good performances with a great turnout of 191 runners enjoying perfect weather for a summer’s evening run:-

6th Tony Smith – 36:52
33rd Greg Carns – 40:16
59th Mark Liptrot – 42:52
71st Maurice Collins – 43:58
75th Ian Hayburn – 44:16
94th Gary Oldham – 46:23

It was a lovely evening so it would have been rude not to enjoy a pint of recovery drink before heading home. Theakston’s “Tour de Wot” hit the spot - it was  especially brewed to mark the 2014 Tour de France Yorkshire staging, apparantly. We didn’t have time to stay for the results and prizes, which are boxes of fruit and veg, donated by a local farmer. Ian Hayburn won one last year after a great run in his age category.

This was the 3rd race in the Harrock Hill series, which is run every year on the 4th Wednesday in May, June, July and August. They can be entered either as individual races at £3.50 or £10 for the series. Highly recommended and suitable for road and off-road runners – the next one is on the 27th August.

Report by Greg Carns. 


Trafford Grand Prix - Stretford 22nd July

A busy night at the track saw perfect conditions and a great atmosphere as athletes race for pb's against the clock.
As the dusk falls and the floodlights come on it really has a special atmosphere and it's not every meeting you have the chance to warm up with the likes of Michael Rimmer, Eilish McColgan and Tom Lancashire.  Several Sutton athletes saw reward for the work they have been putting in with six pb's achieved on the night. 


Maria & Rachel McGoldrick had a great race in the 800m and couldn't be separated on the line with only hundredths between them
Despite being held up by the closure of the M62  Ray Vose managed to get the remaining athletes a last minute entry into the 1500m

3000m Barry Graney  10:41.34

800m  Tom Griffiths 2:01.38 (pb),   Jake Healey  2.19.78  (sb), Phil Robinson 2.24.07, Maria McGoldrick  2:29:41 (pb) and Rachel McGoldrick 2:29:46 (pb).

1500m   Maddie Williams  5.22 53   (pb by 7 seconds),  Adam Woosey   4.38.23   (pb,  first 1500 race) and  Jonathan Causer   4.42.75  (pb)

Supporters were Ray Vose, Ingrid Partington and Helena McGoldrick.



Junior T&F Competitions

There is a bit of a lull in competitions over the summer and all but a couple of the T&F league fixtures are complete. Please see the fixture list below for the remaining dates. The Opens and Cheshire League are all good for inexperienced athletes to try.

27th July YDL (upper) Warrington

(home fixture)

Dave Morley U17 & U20
27th July Open Medal Event Leigh Harriers Individual entry Under 9's to U15's
23rd August Open Medal Event Southport Waterloo AC Individual entry Under 9's upwards
24th August Open Medal Event Warrington AC Individual entry Under 9's upwards
25th August Open Medal Event Trafford Individual entry U11 to U15
7th Sept Cheshire League Stockport Helena McGoldrick Under 11’s upwards
14th Sept Open Medal Event Blackpool AC Individual entry Under 11’s upwards
28th Sept Open Medal Event Blackpool AC Individual entry Under 9's to U15's


Snowdon International Race & Ironman UK

A busy weekend for St Helens Sutton’s more mature athletes.

Greg Carns and ian Hayburn took part in the International Snowdon Race. This famous event attracts around 700 runners from all parts of the UK and as far afield as the USA. The race was shortened this year because of the “threatening” weather and only ran three quarters of the way up Snowdon before hurtling back down again. Greg finished in 1:04:05, that’s 42 minutes up and 22 minutes down for the flying Gregster who finished top ten in his age category and took some notable scalps. It just goes to show that losing  weight, proper training and no regard for personal safety on the descent can pay dividends.

Ian Hayburn came in 1:15 Just returning from injury and in his first running of the race.  Although it is called a “mountain” race it is accessible to anyone with a reasonable level of running fitness and is highly recommended. The support on the mountain and especially at the finish is legendary and gives the event a “big race” feel akin to that marathon in London, but a lot cheaper, a lot closer to home, a lot less hassle, easier to get in and with better views.

Mark Liptrot completed the Ironman UK event in Bolton: a triathlon consisting of a 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike ride followed by a marathon. A good day out requiring a reasonably high pain tolerance, but  more importantly, a superhuman boredom threshold.  Mark paced himself perfectly throughout the event, completing the swim in 1hr 29mins, the bike in 6hrs 27mins and the marathon in 4hr 2mins but he missed his overall target of 12 hours by a mere 12 minutes because he took too long to change his shoes.

Both events will be televised some time soon.


Penny Lane 10k : Liverpool - Sunday 20th July

Julia Eccleston (127, 47:59) and Elaine Hindle (225, 56:01) both had a run along the prom in Sunday's heat and humidity



parkrun Roundup - Saturday 19th July

St Helens :
John GREENALL (19:16, 1st)
Gary OLDHAM (22:10, 12th)
Dennis WHARTON (23:19, 19th)
Michael BRUSSELS (23:57, 21st)

Gemma ADEN (28:03, 10th)
Sarah O'DONOGHUE (28:37, 16th)
Clare BROWN (29:39, 20th)
Hollie BRUSSELS (36:43, 38th)
Karen YOUNG (43:16, 40th)


YDL (lower) : Oldham - Saturday 19th July

On Saturday 19th July, 27 young athletes travelled to Oldham for the last  Youth Development League in very wet and humid conditions. There were 2 club records and 26 personal  bests. Chris Lamb set a new club record in the u15 boys 80m hurdles achieving 12.4, not forgetting the u15 girls 4x300m relay team who reset the club record. The team consisted of Samantha Price, Abbie  Roberts, Megan Lang and Kanyarat Avison. The team finished in 3.22.7!
Under 13 boys:
100m: Alex Moore ran 14.4 whilst Jordan Benson finished in 13.5 achieving a pb.
200m: Alex Moore ran 28 .2 in his race. Jordan Benson achieved another pb with 28.0.
800m: Charlie Roberts 2.28.9 (pb). Nathan Worrall completed his race in 2.48.2, he also achieved a pb.
Long jump: Alex Moore jumped 4.04m.
Javelin: Matthew Fairclough threw 16.32m (pb), Nathan Worrall 13.51 (pb).
High jump: Jordan Benson 1.26m, Nathan Harrison 1.10m.
Shot: Matthew Fairclough threw 4.87m and Charlie Roberts 4.27m.
4x100 relay consisted of Alex Moore, Charlie Roberts, Nathan Worrall and Jordan Benson (58.9).
Under 13 girls:
75m: Alyx Bridge ran 11.6 (pb) whilst Rebecca Brown finished in 13.0.
150m: This saw Rebecca Houghton run 22.5.
800m: Alyx Bridge finished in 2.58.2 (pb) meanwhile Lucy Price completed thee race in 2.55.2. Long jump: Rebecca Brown jumped 3.54m, Rebecca Houghton jumped 3.25m achieving a pb.
Shot: Rebecca Brown threw 6.45m.
Javelin: Lucy Price threw 11.21m which was a pb. Rebecca Houghton also got a pb in the javelin with 8.08m.
Under15 boys:
100m: Daniel Lamb achieved a pb of 12.1 whilst Daniel Dobson finished in 14.0.
200m: Daniel Lamb ran 24.7 which was another pb. Daniel Dobson got a pb too with a time of 27.6.
300m: Sam Thompson got a pb in this event with 41.3. Peter Davies achieved a time of 47.3 (pb).
800m: Joseph Woods completed the race in 2.51.2 whilst Jack Worrall completed the race in 2.51.3 (pb).
1500m: Sam Thompson finished his race with a pb of 4.44.5.
Pole Vault: Chris Lamb achieved a pb in this event: 2.40m.
Javelin: Jack Worrall threw 19.17m to get a pb.
80mHurdles: This saw Chris Lamb run 12.4 (pb).
Discus: Peter Davies threw 14.07m (pb) and Joseph Woods threw 11.15m.
High Jump: Chris Lamb jumped 1.55m.
Long Jump: Daniel Lamb jumped 5.44m and again Daniel Dobson achieved a pb with 4.76m.
4x100m relay finished in 3rd in a time of 53.7 and the team included: Daniel Lamb, Daniel Dobson, Chris Lamb and Peter Davies.
4x300m relay finished 4th in 3.18, this consisted of Sam Thompson, Jack Worrall, Peter Davies and Joseph Woods.
Under 15 girls:
100m: Erin Makin finished in 13.8 whilst Lauren Marshall got a pb with a time of 13.7.
200m: Caitlin Young finished in 27.5 (pb).
300m: Caitlin Young finished in a time of 44.4 (pb) and Abbie Roberts ran 47.3.
800m: Samantha Price finished in 2.44.8.
1500m: Kanyarat Avison ran 6.24.8 (pb).
75mHurdles: Megan Lang ran 12.7 and Emily Smith ran 13.2.
Hammer: Laura Fairclough threw 22.40m to achieve a pb.
Discus: Megan Lang threw 13.47m whilst Erin Makin threw 11.82m.
Shot: Laura Fairclough threw 8.32m in this event.
Long Jump: Megan Lang jumped 4.56m and Lauren Marshall jumped 4.15m.
Javelin: Emily Smith threw 22.75m and Alex Bottomley threw 22.44m.
4x100m relay team consisted of Erin Makin, Lauren Marshall, Caitlin Young and Emily Smith. The team finished 2nd in 56.0.
4x300m relay achieved a club record of 3.22.7. The girls team included: Samantha Price, Abbie Roberts, Megan Lang and Kanyarat Avison.
Well done to everyone who competed for the club! A big thank you to all of the volunteers who helped out at the  league meetings!
NOTE: YDL Upper is being held at Warrington on 27th July and our club are hosting. If you are available to help out please find information at club.
Team manager: Helena


Club Championship : Sefton Park 5 mile - Wednesday 17th July

Six of the best turned out for the 10th race in the series, the Sefton park 5 miler. There are still enough races left for anyone to complete the series so come along to the next event - it's free!

Club Championship Results Sefton Park 5 Mile     Club Championship Race List

Club Championship Ladies     Club Championship Men

The next race in the series is the Princes parkrun in August.


Northern Track & Field League, Match 3 - Halifax Saturday 12th June

St Helens Sutton AC travelled to Halifax for their third match in the Northern Senior League on Sunday.  With a very small ladies team , due to injuries and holidays, they only managed a fourth place finish this time but still had some good results and once again a fantastic team spirit with some of their  vet ladies stepping in last minute to fill some gaps in the ladies team.  After three matches they are lying in second place overall, with the last match to be held in Warrington 9th August, where a good result in needed as the top two teams will gain promotion.

For the men, George Asson ran 11.1 in the 100m and 22.9 in the 200m.  Matthew Lamb ran 11.5 in the 100m and 23.7 in the 200m.  Lachlain Fisher ran 57.2 in the 400m and Long Jumped 4.62m.  Jonathan Causer ran 57.4 in the 400m and 2.14.4 in the 800m.  Adam Woosey ran 2.08.8 in the 800m.  Tom Griffiths ran a brilliant 1500m in 4.06.6 and half an hour later the 5000m in 17.21.5.  Ian Costello also ran the same double event as Tom and ran the 1500m in 4.46.2 and then the 5000m 18.38.1. Jamie White won the 3000m Steeplechase in 10.39.9, Peter Johnson also ran the steeplechase in 13.24.7.   Our hurdlers were Phil Robinson who ran the 400H in 71.4 and the 110H in 22.2 and Steven Clague ran the 400H in 78.9. Phil also competed in the Pole Vault 2.90m, High jumped 1.50m then finished off with triple jump 11.13m. Our male throwers had a good day too, Tom McKeever won the javelin with a throw of 47.13m and Phil Robinson threw 37.86m.  Mike Hughes threw the hammer 28.92m, discus 22.33m and shot putt 7.98m, and Stephen Winn threw the hammer 21.96m then the shot putt 8.50m.  Nathan Orr completed the throws with the discus, throwing 26.23m.  Taylor Caton Hand had a great day by winning the Long Jump with 6.21m then the high jump with 1.76m and finished off with the triple jump 13.75m.  

The ladies had a good day too,  Maddie Williams ran the 100m in 14.8 and the 1500m in 5.34.4, Rachel McGoldrick ran the 200m in 31.9 and the 3000m in 11.41.0.  Maria McGoldrick ran the 400m in 68.1 then the 800m in 2.32.6.  Amy Hughes had her usual busy day starting off with the Long jump 3.88m, triple jump 8.69m, high jump 1.35, 100H 20.3 and the 4 x 100 relay.  Trish Spark made a welcome return to competing throwing the hammer 35.89, shot putt 7.62, discus 19.31 and filled in for javelin 13.43.  Courtney Dodson who was competing for the first time did herself proud by running in the 400m 79.6, the 800m 3.06.4 and by throwing the javelin 9.95. Pauline Picton and Chris Dempsey stepped in last minute to cover the shot putt and the discus. Karen Marsh who is struggling to walk with a foot injury even managed a standing hammer throw!  Star of the day was Helena McGoldrick who volunteered to do Long jump, 100m, 1500m and a 4 x 400 relay which gained us valuable points.  Well done Helena.


parkrun Roundup - Saturday 12th July

St Helens
John GREENALL (19:29, 5th)
Anthony SMITH (19:30, 6th)
Kevin CUNNINGHAM (21:37, 24th)
Julie PENNINGTON (22:24, 4th)
Gary OLDHAM (22:32, 33rd)
Michael BRUSSELS (23:56, 41st)
Antony YOUNG (24:04, 42nd)

Gemma ADEN (28:11, 19th)
Shirley FOX (29:42, 28th)
Diane TAKTAK (31:00, 34th)
Hollie BRUSSELS (31:06, 35th)
Karen YOUNG (31:49, 40th)
Louise HILL (38:08, 53rd)

Wayne JOYCE (22:08, 29th)
Carolyn JOYCE (26:36, 16th)


Club runners enjoy our new local parkrun


St Helens 1st ever parkrun (set up by the club) took place on July 5th attracting 194 runners from all over the UK. Despite heavy rain for most of the previous day the newly re-laid paths in Victoria Park quickly dried up leaving perfect conditions for participants who had travelled from as far afield as Swansea, London, Leeds and the Chilterns to "bag" a time at one of the handful of new parkruns that started on Saturday.

Following a short briefing they set off for 3.5 laps of the park (5km) supported by 20 Volunteer Marshals including our very own Matthew Crehan, Mark Liptrot, Ian Hayburn, Antony Young, Dot Fairhurst and Pauline Picton. John Irwin and Janet Holmes and Andy O'Connor also volunteered on timing and Vicky Hewitt and Meg Crehan were around the park taking photos to record the Launch. Caitlin Young was busy at the finish line leafleting for the forthcoming Dream Trail Race.

First home for the club was Barry Graney in 6th Place (19.03) followed by Gary Oldham in 38th (22.07), Gemma Aden (26.57), Rachel Beesely (27.11), Karen Harrison (27.54), Sarah O'Donaghue (29.57), Karen Young (32.45), Shirley Fox (35.00) and Kay Wilcock (37.09).

Rosie Dyer was the only club junior to complete the course.  Results



Cheshire League Match 3 - Warrington

Sunday 6th July saw 38 athletes compete in the 3rd Cheshire League held at Warrington. 5 athletes represented the club for the first time; these were under 11's Matthew Dodd, Michael Dobson, Max Harrison and Ben Toole and also under 13 Nathan Harrison. 45 personal bests were achieved.

Under 11 girls:

Lauren Taylor competed in the 75m to finish in 11.6 and also jumped 2.83 in the long jump. She achieved pb's in both events. Elizabeth Greenall got 12.3 in her 75m and achieved a pb in her 600m with 2.02.9. Katie Lang achieved 2 pb's: 12.3 for 75m and 3.50 in long jump. Mikayla Clague got pb's in all of her events, 13.2 for 75m, 2.35 in long jump and 8.11 in javelin. Lauren Park competed in the 75m  to get a pb of 13.1, she also jumped 2.53 in the long jump and achieved another pb in the 600m. Hollie Brussels got 2 pb's: one in the 75m with13.6 and 2.19.3 in the 600m. She jumped 2.66 in the long jump.

The relay team consisted of: Lauren Taylor, Elizabeth Greenall, Abigail McHugh and Hollie Brussels.

Under 11 boys:

Michael Dobson  got 3 pb's: 11.9 in 75m, 2.70 in long jump and 2.02.5 in the 600m.  Matthew Dodd also got 3 pb's with 14.4 in the 75m, 2.25 in long jump and 2.28.3 in the 600m. Ben Toole achieved a pb in the 600m with a time of 2.20.1. Max Harrison got 2 pb's; one in 75m with 13.8 and another in long jump: 2.91. Dylan O'Brien got a pb in both the 75m and 600m. He got 11.8 for 75m and 2.03.5 for 600m. He also competed in  the long jump to achieve 3.27.

Under 13 boys:

Jordan Benson competed in the 200m to get 28.2 and jumped 1.35 in the high jump. These were both pb's. Matthew Slevin competed in the 200m to achieve a pb of 32.2, he also threw the shot. Michael Brussels competed in the 200m and achieved a pb of 34.0, he competed in the 800m too. Nathan Harrison jumped 1.20 in the high jump, this was a pb.

Under 15 girls:

Caitlin Young achieved a pb in the shot 7.15, and also competed in the 100m to finish in 13.5. Erin Makin achieved a pb in the 100m with 13.6 whilst Megan Lang achieved 3 pb's: 1.40 in high jump, 13.7 in the 100m and 9.04 in the shot. Jorden Pilkington competed in the 100m too, she finished in 14.4, she also jumped 1.35 in the high jump and threw 6.74 in the shot. Piper Unsworth got a pb in the 100m with 14.4 and Emily Ashton also achieved a pb of 15.7. Kanyarat Avison competed in the 1500m too, she achieved a pb in this event.

Under 15 boys:

Christopher Lamb competed in the long jump to achieve 5.31, he achieved a pb in the 200m with 25.9 and threw the javelin. Lewis Cowan competed in the 200m to finish in 27.8 (pb) and also achieved a pb in the long jump: 4.12. Daniel Dobson ran 28.0 for his 200m. Peter Davies ran 30.1 in the 200m, this was a pb and he also achieved a pb in the javelin. Joseph Woods competed in the 200m, he finished with a pb of 32.0.

The relay team consisted of: Daniel Lamb, Christopher Lamb, Lewis Cowan and Daniel Dobson.

Under 17 ladies:

Maddie Williams competed in the 100m and finished in 15.1, she also ran 11.58.4 in the 3000m (pb).

Under 17 men:

Adam Woosey competed in the 800m to achieve a pb of 2.05.0 and Jonathan competed in the same event to achieve 2.13.8.

Senior men:

Taylor Caton-Hand competed in the 100m to finish in 11.8, he also jumped 13.15 in the triple jump and threw the shot. Callum Lockett competed in the 800m to finish in 2.01.8, also in this race was Tom Griffiths who achieved a pb of 2.02.3. Jamie White competed in the 800m and finished in 2.11.5. Ian Costello finished his 800m race in 2.12.0. Unfortunately Andy O'Connor had to pull out of the 3000m due to injury, hope its not too serious!

Thanks to all of the officials who volunteered! Many thanks to Dave Morley, Sue Clague, Chris Causer, Julie Woosey, Anthony Young, Damian Lamb, Rachel and Maria McGoldrick.

Team manager: Helena

Club Championship : Birchwood Park Ladies 5k - Wednesday 2nd July

A fantastic turn out saw eighteen of the club's ladies run this womens only 5k.

Club Championship Results Birchwood 5k     Club Championship Race List

Club Championship Ladies     Club Championship Men

The next race in the series is the Sefton Park 5 miler on the 2nd July.


Chris Lamb secures a place at English Schools Combined Events Championship 

Congratulations to Christopher Lamb who has been selected to represent Merseyside at the ESAA CE Championships in Lincolnshire in September as a result of his 3rd place and club record achieving performance at Stoke last week.


Trafford Grand Prix - Stretford 1st July

In the latest round of The Trafford Grand Prix, held at Longford Park Athletics Track, Stretford, under the Watchful eye of Coach Ray Vose St.Helens Sutton A.C. Athletes  posted some impressive times in the middle distance races. On a perfect night for Track running U23 Callum Lockett competing in the 800m ran a PB clocking 2:00:48, Tom Griffiths was also going well until impeded and subsequently falling.  U17 Adam Woosey ran 2:07:16 and V40 Phil Robinson recorded a SB of 2:23:06. In the 1500m MV40  Ian Costello and MV50  Andrew O'Connor both ran Seasons Bests  Ian posting  4:27:73 and Andrew  4:55:99.