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[Stadium Runners] Newsletter - March 2022

Hi Mark

Welcome to the Stadium Runners Newsletter. We hope to keep you informed about what has happened and what will be happening in the wonderful world of Stadium Runners. Please contact me if it is still being marked as spam for you and I will try and help to resolve the problem.
Sun 13th Feb, WYWL 7 - Stadium @ Storthes hall
(photos Laura Jackson)

Unfortunately the Club has had issues in the past trying to put on a WYWL event, but at last everything came to fruition perfectly. Thanks to Tom, his team and all the volunteers from the Club & elsewhere, we managed to put on a cracker of an event. There have been lots of positive comments on Facebook, which is great to see.

Obviously, the number of Stadium Runners actually running was much reduced, thanks to so many of you giving up the opportunity to run in favour of marshaling. This obviously had an impact on some of our team scores, but here is how our runners got on:
Position First Name Surname Category M Pos F Pos Points
7 Tom Jagger M40 7   494
8 Leo Timmins M40 8   493
9 Simon Courtney M35 9   492
12 Andrew Bowett M40 12   489
13 Joe Baker M35 13   488
18 Michael Cottam M Open 18   483
48 Kieran O'Prey M35 44   457
51 Matt Pattison M40 47   454
69 Ashleigh Greenwood F Open  Female 7 494
74 Adam Goodall M40 67   434
93 Matthew Donnelly M Open 82   419
101 Michaela Goodall F40  Female 12 489
117 Mark Davies M60 104   397
130 Ian Whalley M35 114   387
156 Jason Rayne M50 130   371
169 Andrew Smithson M50 139   362
208 Ben Jackson  M Open 166   335
341 Russell Dyson M70 214   287
342 Gary Jackson  M50 215   286

The Male team came 1st with 3396 points .The Female team came 13th with 983 points. The Vets team came 1st with 1476 points. The Super Vets team came 16th with 768 points. Overall Stadium came 12th with 4379 points. 
Sun 27th Feb, WYWL 8 - Stainland
It was a lovely morning at Stainland with blue skies and little wind. Due to the heavy rain in the days (weeks, months?) before, the powers that be decided that it was too dangerous to run down the log flume. So, instead we did the big loop in an anti-clockwise direction. This is how our runners performed:
Position First Name Surname Category Gender M Pos F Pos Points
7 Simon Courtney M35 M 7   494
8 Joe Baker M35 M 8   493
13 Tom Jagger M40 M 13   488
18 Leo Timmins M40 M 18   483
22 Michael Cottam M Open M 21   480
30 Matt Pattison M40 M 28   473
34 Kieran O'Prey M35 M 32   469
54 Ashleigh Greenwood F Open F  Female 6 495
66 Adam Goodall M40 M 59   442
95 Michaela Goodall F40 F  Female 14 487
103 Martin Wright M55 M 89   412
109 Mark Davies M60 M 94   407
122 Matt Smith M40 M 104   397
156 Jason Rayne M50 M 129   372
169 Andrew Smithson M50 M 139   362
220 Amy Oatway F Open F  Female 51 450
224 Ben Jackson  M Open M 172   329
228 Kathy Armitage F50 F  Female 55 446
252 Carl Lecomber M60 M 184   317
258 John Cottam M65 M 189   312
292 James  Gudgeon  M Open M 201   300
326 Russell Dyson M70 M 210   291

Another great day for Stadium. The Male team came 1st with 3380 points. The Female team came 12th with 1878 points. The Vets team came 1st with 1474 points. The Super Vets team came 8th with 1265 points. Overall Stadium came 6th with 5258 points.
WYWL - Final Results After 8 Races
Super performance by all our teams! The Male team have been brilliant all season and well deserved their 1st position. The Vets team also did extremely well and finished in 3rd place.

The WYWL Presentation Night will be held at 7pm on Friday 11th March at the Phoenix Bar, South Leeds Stadium.
Sun 6th Feb, Dewsbury 10k
There was a huge turnout of 25 Stadium Runners at the Dewsbury 10k this year. The temperature wasn't too bad, there was a bit of drizzle, but the wind was the main obstacle. Here is what happened on the day:
Pos Name Cat Cat Pos Net Time PB
20 Joe Baker MV35 3/178 33:12 PB
27 Luc Burnip MSEN 20/229 33:22  
29 Simon Courtney MV35 5/178 33:33  
37 Tom Jagger MV40 5/190 33:45 PB
39 Peter Martin MSEN 27/229 33:49 PB
57 Leo Timmins MV40 11/190 34:22 PB
60 Jamie Brannan MV35 12/178 34:26  
71 Andrew Bowett MV40 14/190 34:47 PB
86 Steve Carson MV40 15/190 35:15 PB
222 Matt Pattison MV40 44/190 38:28 PB
295 Ashleigh Greenwood FSEN 11/153 39:43 PB
296 Lynn Birchall FV50 1/112 39:39  
381 Matthew Donnelly MSEN 123/229 41:08 PB
412 Gareth Eagleton MV35 67/178 41:45  
520 Mark Davies MV60 5/49 42:55  
790 Christina Sunderland FV40 24/167 47:39 PB
856 Jason Rayne MV50 89/165 49:02 PB
873 Caroline Smith FV60 4/37 48:11 PB
996 Stephen Foxcroft MV55 57/117 50:50  
1006 Anouska Higo FV40 42/167 50:37 PB
1246 Glenn Davies MV55 79/117 54:23 PB
1287 Elizabeth Courtney FV45 57/152 56:03  
1362 Dan Lock MSEN 206/229 56:27  
1363 Rachael Hey FSEN 102/153 56:27  
1829 Russell Dyson MV75 2/3 1:08:19  

Lynn was 1st FV50, Joe was 3rd MV35 and Russell was 2nd MV75. The male team placed 2nd and the female team placed 10th. And, a total of 13 PBs in all - brilliant!

To have 5 runners under 34 mins, 8 under 35 mins as well as 2 sub 40 min women, is really outstanding.
Other Racing!
Sat 5th Feb, Wadsworth Trog. Andy Petrie came 92nd in 3:55:02.

Sun 13th Feb, Liversedge Half. Kathy Armitage came 140th in 1:50:23 and was 2nd F50. Chrissy Sunderland came 170th in 1:52:46. Caroline Smith came 174th in 1:54:20.and was 3rd F60.
Sat 19th Feb, Flower Scar Fell Race. Kieran O'Prey came 32nd in 77:53. Jonny Cartwright came 46th in 79:53. Andrew Doig came 61st in 82:02.

Sun 20th Feb, Midgeley Moor Fell Race. Kieran O'Prey came joint 13th in 54:14.

Sat 26th Feb, Bingley Bo**ocks 2022. Joe Baker came 1st in the Marathon in 2:53:50 (after having done 5 miles beforehand as a warm up!). Peter Martin came 1st in the 10 Mile in 1:12:27 (after having run 12 miles in the race, as the turnaround sign was missing!). Great day for both 1sts and extra mileage!
Brilliant work everyone! More races to come. Apologies if I missed your race. Feel free to let me know about your racing achievements.
parkrun Highlights

Sat 5th Feb. Huddersfield parkrun. Steve Carson came 3rd in 18:50. Tom Jagger came 4th in 19:02. Leo Timmins came 6th in 19:10. Joe Baker came 7th in 19:10.

Sat 5th Feb, Brighouse parkrun. Michael Cottam came 1st in 18:20.

Sat 5th Feb, Pontefract parkrun. Helen Ahmad came 46th in 25:24 and was 2nd female.

Sat 12th Feb, Huddersfield parkrun. Michael Cottam came 2nd in 17:53.

Sat 19th Feb, Huddersfield parkrun. Tom Jagger was 1st in 16:54. Joe Baker was 6th in 17:35.

Sat 26th Feb, Huddersfield parkrun. Michael Cottam was 1st in 17:30.
Run Leader Rota

The Rota for Jan - Mar is available here.
Yorkshire Veterans' Athletics Association

After a Covid hiatus running virtual only events, the YVAA is fully back up and running in 2022.

Stadium Runners have affiliated to YVAA once again. Affiliation entitles all Club members aged 35+ to take part in all YVAA competitions, including their Grand Prix race series, our Championships, and any virtual events. 

2022 Grand Prix Fixtures

There are five Grand Prix races currently in the calendar for 2022, and YVAA are in discussions with clubs to arrange up to five more..

Event Host Club Venue Date
Race Holmfirth Harriers Honley 22.05.22
Race Kirkstall Harriers Kirkstall Abbey 24.05.22
Race South Leeds Lakers Middleton Park 22.06.22
Race Saltaire Striders Bingley 26.07.22
Race Stainland West Vale 14.08.22

2022 Championships Road Races

Championship Venue Date
5k York TBC
5 Miles Bronte 5, Haworth 09.06.22
10k Helen Windsor 10k, Halifax 06.07.22
10 Miles TBC TBC
Half Marathon Major Stone HM, Lockington 04.09.22
Marathon Hull Marathon 25.09.22
Relays TBC TBC

There are also Track & Field, Trail, Cross Country, Road Relays & Fell events in the Championships.
Marsden 10

In 2019 Stadium Runners held a very successful running of the Marsden Ten Mile Race in partnership with Colne Valley Lions. We have decided to run the event again on Sunday June 12th 2022 at 10am so please put this date in your diaries.

We will need around 35 people to help on the day. There are lots of jobs including Marshalling, Timing, Course Set up, Tail Walking and post race refreshments.

Please let either Alison or John Cottam know ( if you can help and they can allocate you a role.

The cost of entry is £15 for Affiliated and £17 for Non Affiliated Runners and entries are now live.

Please mention the event to anyone you think would be interested.

Kit Shop

Here is what I have currently available and prices:

SR Racing vests - £20
Short and long sleeved white SR t-shirts - £10
Hi-vis SR training vests - £10
Short and long sleeved hi-vis SR t-shirts - £10
SR Hoodies [unzipped & zipped] - £20
SR buffs in red or hi-vis - £3 each or £5 for 2
SR woolly hat - £3
SR nylon drawstring bags - £3

Please email me if there are any items that you want.

Sue Green

The Ring O'Fire Ultra On The Anglesey Coastal Path
This article was written by Joe Baker for for the Inspirational Trails series on their web site. Joe has kindly allowed us to reproduce it here.

Almost the entire coastline of Anglesey, North Wales has been designated an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’, preserved because of its valuable heath, dunes and saltmarsh. Set against the dramatic backdrop of the Snowdonia mountain range, the Isle of Anglesey is a stunning place to get out on the trails.

The Ring O' Fire Ultra Trail Race , or ROF as it’s known, is a coastal ultra-marathon which takes runners on an epic 135-mile journey staged over three consecutive days around the island. Starting in Holyhead at the Breakwater Country Park, runners set off in a clockwise direction through the town, passing St. Cybi's Celtic monastery and main Port. Leaving the tarmac of the town you are quickly out onto the trails which is where you get your first taste of running on the soft sand as you leave Holyhead and head for the Afon Alaw estuary. Then it’s a return to the trail paths as you head up the estuary to come back down the other side. The view of Holyhead Mountain is a little disorienting as you feel like you are running back towards the start.

The route continues north through checkpoint 2 at Church Bay and round to Cemlyn Wildlife Reserve. The loose pebble beach is an energy sapping challenge on the legs to keep your momentum going forward. This half mile completes two-thirds of the 36-mile day, but the toughest part of the race is still to come
Now travelling along the coastal path at the top of the island past the Power Station (Checkpoint 3) heading to the Port of Amlwch. It is along this section, at the most northerly point of the Island, you begin a series of descending steeply to the little beautiful coves followed by steep ascents back up to the cliff tops. On a still day the water is so blue and clear, but on a wet and windy day there is no hiding on the exposed cliffs.

Having completed these climbs, the substantial remains of the Porth Wen disused Victorian brickworks is another little bit of history you will see before continuing your journey for a further 5-miles to Amlwch, where the end of day 1 finishes at the local leisure centre.
Day 2 takes you on a 66-mile journey from the North-East of the Island round to the South-West. Mostly on grassy trails and following the coastline it’s a pleasant start to the day. You will encounter a variety of livestock which can present their own unpredictable challenges.

The first of two lighthouses for the day, Point Lynas, is worth noting, as 25-miles further round the coast you will be able to look back from the second lighthouse at Penmon to see it. Leaving these fields, you head to the firm sand on Treath Dulas around the bay and back to the cliff before dropping into the sand dunes of Lligwy (side note - the breakfast available at this checkpoint is very welcoming!).

During the next section you can be faced a number of times with the choice of whether to take a high tide route (on the cliff) or a low tide route (on the beach). These beaches have firm sand, so if the tide allows then the beach is the faster route. Leaving the beach of Red Wharf Bay there is more climbing up to the headland with views of the Great Orme through a variety of greenery and vegetation round to Penmon, the most easterly point.

Leaving Penmon, you pass St. Seiriol's monastery and then head to the infamous Menai Straits. Another high-tide low-tide choice here. Traeth Lleiniog is one of the toughest beaches to run on for the whole race. The large unstable and slippy beach stones make running this mile section a near impossibility. The high-tide route is easier but for the purist wanting to embrace the ethos of the coastal run, then the challenge of this mile of beach running should be tackled. The tide can cut the path off completely and ten minutes earlier for me on this section and I would have been paddling.

Arriving in Beaumaris, the halfway point, the early morning start certainly feels like a long time ago. The weather was excellent this year and knowing the route I opted for a tactical change from trail shoes to road shoes with a fresh pair of socks. A new pair of socks can be magical and refreshing. Leaving checkpoint 8, the coastal route takes a detour inland to run through the woods, before a short road section into the town of Menai where you will run under the spectacular Menai suspension Bridge.

The route follows the Menai Strait to Newbourgh, across fields and a few beaches, which is a relatively flat section of the route. Those who want to put a bit of pace into the day, this is where I found the most suitable section to get through some quicker miles.

Before arriving at the energy-sapping soft dunes of Newborough, those on the low-tide route will get to traverse the large stepping stones over Afon Braint. Reaching the South-West of the island, options here of the high-tide forest run or low-tide harder sand. At the far end of this section you need to visit the honesty book.

If you are getting here after dark then spotting the flag marking the book could pose an additional challenge. Present your page from the honesty book to the crew at the last checkpoint before you complete the last 10k to Aberffraw, then climbing through corn fields you get the first sight of the finish on Day 2, a mile in the distance (as the crow flies).

A final run on the beach and another honesty book for the day on Aberffraw beach, you enter the village over the 18th Century Hen Bont Aberffraw (Aberffraw old bridge), completing 66-miles for the day and over 100-miles of the coastal path. Often less than 50% of race entrants make it this far.
Day 3 is a 33-mile trek north up the west coast of Anglesey and back to Holyhead. It’s a relatively flat route for two-thirds of the day, the significant climbs coming at the end of the when you reach South Stack and North Stack.

The early part involves light coastal trail paths and the beaches of Porth China and Traeth Crigyll as you skirt round RAF Valley. Weaving inland, tracing the inland sea along the Cymyran Strait you will arrive at Four Mile Bridge to cross onto Holyhead. This is the second checkpoint of the day. The green and leafy trail section is some contrast to the harsher coastal heathland which lies ahead.

The final checkpoint and chance to refuel is Trearddur Bay. Now this is where I would say the challenge for the day kicks in. Whilst there are only 10-miles of the circular route remaining, you need to mentally prepare for the elevation and hard underfoot conditions after running 120-miles. On poor weather days you'll get battered on the exposed cliffs and heathland of the Range Nature Reserve before your climb to South Stack and upwards towards Holyhead Mountain.

Whilst you don’t quite summit the mountain, in one last merciless twist the coastal path descends to North Stack. This elevation drop of 120 meters in 500 meters of distance on unyielding quartzite will work those tired legs hard, taking you to the final honesty book. All that remains is to climb back up from North Stack to the finish in Breakwater Country Park. Greeted by the sound of Johnny Cash’s "Ring of Fire' and cheering crowds, a festival atmosphere awaits those who have circumnavigated this magnificent island.
Beauty and stunning scenery aside, the distance and variable terrain makes this race one of the most challenging ultra-marathons in the British Isles and worth 5 UTMB Points in old money. The event team also offers the Firelighter Ultra Marathon event which is the 36-mile Day 1 of ROF and takes place at the same time. For those not quite ready for the ultras, or those training for ROF, the Cybi Coastal Marathon offers the opportunity to test yourself on the same multi-terrain paths round the Holyhead, covering parts of the ROF Day 1 and 3 route.

For me, running the ROF last summer signified the end of an era. Anglesey is a special place for many people and it is for our family. My grandparents first visited the island over 50 years ago and owned a static caravan based at Pentraeth for over 40 years.

They would bring their children, my mum, aunt and uncles, who then brought my generation and in turn we brought their great grandchildren to explore the beautiful island. It’s now time to leave the site in Pentraeth, as things move on.

My grandparents are no longer with us but they certainly taught us a lot. Amongst many things they were fighters, had resolve and a stubbornness, traits you want when running an ultra-distance marathon. Running the Ring of Fire race this year was a way for me to tip my cap to them and leave a mark. I know how much my Gran would have loved to tell her friends about it.

Joe Baker
Stadium Running Milestones

There are two training session milestones this month:

Carl Lecomber 700

Fiona Willis 600


That's a lot of running!

John Cottam

Stadium Race Calendar

Hi Stadium Runners! ??????????????????

I’m sure you are all eagerly awaiting news of the Race Calendar for 2022/23…….but good news does indeed come to those who wait! The full calendar will be with you in the next couple of weeks but in the meantime, I’m pleased to announce the first race selected for 2022/23.

I know how much you all like fell racing, the first race for us will be The Cake Race on Saturday 30th April at 11am. 10 lovely hilly miles climbing over from Diggle to Marsden and back with a total ascent of 1700ft!!!!!!….. We all know Jonny will be licking his lips more from the anticipation of the climb than the vast array of sweet treats on offer on the day!

Please note, the race is run under official fell running rules, so fell running kit will be required (please check the website) You don’t require an FRA number to enter and its priced at £10 or £5 if you wish to bake a cake. Entries are open already so get involved and lets have a fantastic turnout….consider it CWR training! ???????????????

Any queries, please give me a shout!

Matt Smith
Heights Ultra Trail
Heights Ultra Trail returns on Saturday September 3rd 2022. As last year, a variety of distances are available:

Heights 10km

Heights 50km

Heights 50 mile

Check Heights Ultra Trail out on the t’interweb
Calderdale Way Relay - Sun 15th May 2022
Hi All,
Hope you are all fit and running well !!
Please see below details of all four teams who are taking part in the biggest off-road relay in the UK.
Thank you to everyone who has come forward and fingers crossed the weather will be kind to us!
As you will know by now, club kit must be worn. This consists of red/white vest or the red/white training top. Hi-Viz yellow training tops are not permitted. 
Check out Halifax Harriers website for details of what kit you need to carry. The event is classed as a Fell race and therefore FRA kit guidelines must be adhered to. Teams face disqualifications even if one runner isn't carrying the correct kit. Random kit checks are done. Don't let your team buddies down.
You MUST carry:-
  • A map of the course - available from the website
  • Whistle
  • Compass
  • Hat (not a buff !)
  • Gloves
  • Full waterproof body cover with taped seams (ie waterproof jacket and waterproof trousers)
  • Water/food if you wish
We also recommend you recce the route with your partner beforehand, however Halifax Harriers do organise an official recce day nearer the event.
You MUST be a paid-up member of the club to take part in this race.
Stadium Teams
Mens A
Leg 1 Leg 2 Leg 3 Leg 4 Leg 5 Leg 6 
O’ Prey
Mens B
Leg 1 Leg 2 Leg 3 Leg 4 Leg 5 Leg 6 
Gareth Eagleton 
Leg 1 Leg 2 Leg 3 Leg 4 Leg 5 Leg 6 
Leg 1 Leg 2 Leg 3 Leg 4 Leg 5 Leg 6 
Matthew Pattison Rachael
We will be in touch in due course as we will need emergency contact details from you all.
Thanks again for supporting your club in this wonderful race.
Jonny and Kieran
Simon's SRDS and S&C
For booking details of the S&C session, please contact Simon on or 07882 836798.
Rockhopper Running

Just a reminder about the Rockhoppers Tuesday which is the hills & speed session. We have 8 sessions left. Some if would like to join us please book on the link. ??????????????
Rockhopper Tuesday Hills & Sprints
Rockhopper Running RunTogether Runs


Martin Wright
Trial Stadium Running

Have you got a running friend who hasn't yet experienced the delights of Stadium Runners?

The good news is if they want to have a couple of trial training runs with the Club, then it can be arranged.

Just send Alison their name & email address to and we will send them the details.
Run Leaders Required

Stadium Runners is always very grateful to all our run leaders, new and not so new. Stadium Runners simply wouldn’t happen without the dedication and commitment of run leaders who regularly give up their time to ensure all the groups stay safe and have a fun and challenging experience. But particularly over the last few months, our run leaders have been fantastic and we owe it to them that the Club has been able to offer safe and enjoyable sessions again.

We are always looking for new run leaders and can offer training, equipment and lots of support. The chance to say “not far now” and “that’s all the hills done” and other well known motivational (but not always true) phrases.

This course is now available as a virtual course. England Athletics have announced a number of dates for a new online Leadership in Running Fitness (LiRF) course, and they plan to release more dates in the future.

If you would like to know more about how to join this amazing team, email Bridget at or ring me on 07540 434573
Bridget Hughes
Upcoming Local Events for Local Runners

Sun 6th Mar, 10am, Rother Valley 10k

Fri 11th Mar, 7pm, WYWL Presentation Night  at the Phoenix Bar, South Leeds Stadium

Sun 13th Mar, 10:00, Spen 20

Sun 20th Mar, 11:00, Huddersfield Road Series Windmill 6

Sun 27th Mar, 9:30am, Sheffield Half Marathon

Sun 3rd Apr, Manchester Marathon

Sat 30th Apr, 11am, Cake Race, Diggle

Sun 8th May, 10:00, Stainland Lions Bluebell Trail

Sun 15th May, Calderdale Way Relay

Sun 22nd May, YVAA Grand Prix at Holmfirth Harriers

Tue 24th May, YVAA Grand Prix at Kirkstall Harriers

Thu 9th Jun, Bronte 5, Haworth (YVAA Championship)

Sat 18th Jun, Summer Wine Trails School Run

Wed 22nd Jun, YVAA at Grand Prix South Leeds Lakers

Fri 24th Jun, Summer Wine Trails Holme Valley 5 Miler

Sun 26th Jun, 9:30, Lindley 10k

Wed 6th Jul, Helen Windsor 10k (YVAA Championship)

Sun 17th Jul, 11:00, Huddersfield Road Series Toss O'Coin 

Wed 20th Jul, Summer Wine Trails Hepworth Trail

Tue 26th Jul, YVAA Grand Prix at Saltaire Striders

Sun 14th Aug, YVAA  Grand Prix at Stainland Lions

Sun 21st Aug, 10:00, Huddersfield Road Series Colne Valley 10k Challenge

Sat 3rd  Sep, Heights Ultra Trail
Heights 10km
Heights 50km
Heights 50 mile

Sun 4th Sep, Major Stone Half Marathon, Lockington  (YVAA Championship)

Sun 11th Sep, 11:00, Huddersfield Road Series Shepley 10k

Sun 25th Sep, Hull Marathon (YVAA Championship)

Sat 1st Oct, Summer Wine Trails Stairway To Heaven / Holme Valley Trail Half
Newsletter Articles
I'm sure you're all getting bored of me droning on in the newsletters, so if anyone feels that they would like to write an article for inclusion in a future newsletter, then please send it on to me at Subject - anything you like with at least a vague running connection. It could be a race report, stuff about training or nutrition, a book review etc.
Club Discounts - the new club code for March 2022 will give you 10% off and free standard shipping on all orders.

Top 2 Toe Therapy at Bradley -10% discount on sports & remedial therapy
Useful Stadium Links

How to cancel a Booked Run on RunTogether

Stadium Runners Facebook Group
Stadium Runners Members Facebook Group
Stadium Runners Website
Stadium Runners Twitter
Stadium Runners Strava Club

Simon Courtney's YouTube Channel
Rockhopper Saturday Off Road Running
Rockhopper Tuesday Hills & Sprints
Rockhopper Facebook Page

If you have a piece that you want including in a future newsletter, or you have any questions on anything in this edition, then please contact me.

Keep on running back.


Mark Davies

Written by:Mark Davies
On: 01st March 2022

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