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Manchester Harriers & A.C. present
The Tenth Joe Moran Memorial Veteran Track & Field Meeting
Wednesday 7th June 2017 7.15 pm to 9:15 pm at Sportcity, Manchester.
Track Events: 800m, 100m, 3000m, 200m, 1500m, 400m
Field Events: Javelin, High Jump, Long Jump, Shot Putt
ENTRY FEE Club Runners: £5 for 1 to 4 events plus £1 for each additional event ENTRY FEE Unattached: £7 for 1 to 4 events plus £1 for each additional event
Winners Medals will be awarded to the first three finishers in each category: Male / Female – 35, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 65, 70, 75
Event first held in 2008 in memory of Joe Moran
Enter online here or the entry form can be downloaded here.
Please send your entry slip to: Brenda Bradshaw, 12 Heaton Drive, Hollins Village, Bury BL9 8BQ. Online entries available soon.
Enquiries: Phone Brenda on 0161-796 6310 or email Brenda at email@example.com
Cheques payable please to: Manchester Harriers & A.C.
Manchester Harriers & Athletic Club present
THE MANCHESTER MILE in memory of David Coleman
on Wednesday 21 June 2017 at Sportcity, Manchester M11 3FF
Electronic timing & photo finish U15’s & U17’s – 7 pm; Snrs & Vets – 7.30 pm to 9 pm
U13’s only – 1500 metres – 6:30 pm
ENTRY FEE (all categories) – £7.50 [Unattached £9.50]
FASTEST ATHLETE (Male or Female) TO BE PRESENTED WITH THE MANCHESTER MILE TROPHY [PLUS TROPHY TO KEEP] IF THE FASTEST ATHLETE IS MALE THEN THE FASTEST FEMALE TO BE PRESENTED WITH THE ROSE BOWL [PLUS TROPHY TO KEEP] IF THE FASTEST ATHLETE IS FEMALE THEN THE FASTEST MALE TO BE PRESENTED WITH THE ROSE BOWL [PLUS TROPHY TO KEEP] TROPHIES, UNLESS THE FASTEST ATHLETES ARE VETS, ALSO TO THE FASTEST MALE VET (min age 40); THE FASTEST FEMALE VET (min age 35); THE FASTEST MALE & FEMALE U15 & U17 and to the FASTEST U13 BOY & U13 GIRL in the 1500 metres COMMEMORATIVE T-SHIRT TO ALL ENTRANTS First staged in 1943, this event hadn’t been held since 1952 until it’s resurrection in 2014. David Coleman was the Winner in 1949.
Winners of The Manchester Mile Trophy: 1943 Sydney Wooderson 1944 & 1945 C H Bunton 1946 P Harrison 1947 C J Kelly 1948 A B Parker 1949 David Coleman 1950 & 1951 & 1952 Frank Evans 2014 & 2015 Chris Livesey 2016 Jack Morris Winners of The Rose Bowl 2014 & 2015 Louise Rudd 2016 Vicki Cronin
Entries to: Manchester H & AC, 12 Heaton Drive, Hollins Village, Bury BL9 8BQ. Enquiries: Tel: Brenda on 0161-796 6310; email Brenda at firstname.lastname@example.org. Cheques payable please to: Manchester Harriers & A.C. NO ENTRIES ON THE DAY
The club once again made an award to the member of the senior section considered to be the outstanding athlete of the year. All members over 15 could vote for the member they consider deserved the award most. The choice does not necessarily have to be a club champion. Factors worthy of consideration would include a substantial improvement over the year, an outstanding result in a particular meeting, a contribution to the coaching side of the club, or a member who has represented the club in a manner deserving of recognition.
Previous winners were Tony Keller (1987), Chris O’Brien (1988), Dave Gee (1989), George Lawson (1990), Frank Bradley (1991), Tony MacDonald (1992), Joe Moran (1993), Steve Yates (1994), Mike Cunningham (1995), Carl Summers (1996 and 2011), Mike Morris (1997), Peter Ferguson (1998), Vic Blanchard and Achim Schüle (joint award in 1999), Arnold Bradshaw (2000), Andy Donnelly (2001), Andy Skitt (2002 and 2009), Aaron Rodger (2003), Ciaran Fitzpatrick (2004), Phil Holmes (2005), Kes Salmon (2006), David Henshaw (2007), Liam Bartlett (2008), Mikey Fennell (2010), Ed Fazakerley (2012) and Julian Ernst (2013).
The club will also made an award to a member of the ladies’ section. The previous winners were Alison Morris (1997), Debbie Beresford (1998, 2003 and 2005), Lindsay Wraxall (1999), Emma McIntyre (2000), Jean Skitt (2001 and 2010), Lynne Schofield (2002), Brenda Bradshaw (2004), Holly Thomas (2006), Cara Kavanagh (2007), Charlotte Holmes (2008), Anousheh Mahjoob (2009), Karen Spilsbury (2011), Wendy Woodhead (2012) and Gemma Hopley (2013).
This year’s results
Female Personality of the Year 2014
Male Personality of the Year 2014
A few photos here
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The latest fixture list can be downloaded here
Fleeces and running jackets are available to pre-order by January 15th 2015.
The kit will have the club logo on the front and Manchester Harriers and AC printed on the back.
Cost – £26, plus you can have your name/initials printed on the front left of the item for an additional £1.50.
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The club is once again to make awards to one male and one female member of the senior section who is considered to be the outstanding athlete of the year. In order to make a representative choice, all members of the senior section can vote for the member they consider deserves the award most. The choice does not necessarily have to be a club champion. Factors worthy of consideration would include a substantial improvement over the year, an outstanding result in a particular meeting, or you may like to consider a contribution to the coaching side of the club or a member who has represented the club in a manner deserving of recognition. Members aged at least 15 years can make nominations. Awards will be made at the Christmas Handicap on 21st December and nominations will be accepted on the day.
You can nominate by
Post to Kevin Dillon at 22 Ashdene Road, Withington, Manchester M20 4WX or Debbie at 11 Newlands Avenue, Cheadle Hulme SK8 6NE
Email to Kevin.email@example.com
Telephone Kevin on 07815 876962 or Debbie on 0161-485 3319
or complete the form below
Here are the club results from today’s Stockport 10. Well done to Ed who won his age category.
Some video clips here