Reports 2019

17th April 2019

DK Runners in action near and far

Claire Hancox and Jan Burbie took part in the Cannock Chase Trail Half Marathon on Saturday 13th April on what was a very demanding and hilly course.

Ray Selwood took part in the Spring Wolf Run in Warwickshire also on Saturday and completed the tough course in 1hr and 14mins.

Baljeet Kaur represented the hoops at the Mersey Tunnel 10k on Sunday 14th April and was 2nd in her age category.

8th April 2019

DK Runners Venture North

Seven runners from DK Running Club ventured up north this weekend for the 2019 Asics Manchester Marathon.

First man home for the club was Gary Davies in a time of 3:09:32, followed by Mark Gatenby, 3:25:00 and Stephen Parr in 3:36:22.

First lady home was tied between Ingrid Cain and Paula Pallant in a time of 4:30:18, Helen Kelly, 4:42.59 and completing her first marathon Kathryn Purslow 5:28:45

2nd April 2019

DK runners hit the 10k’s

Runners from DK were in action again this weekend.

Baljeet Kaur competed for the hoops at the Bedford Autodrome 10k and placed 3rd fastest female in her age category.

Dirk Baynham competed in the Lilleshall Monumental 10k and got round the extremely challenging and hilly course in a very respectable 59:48.

19th March 2019

DK Running Club out in force

 DK were well represented at big events this weekend.

12 members participated in the Stafford Half Marathon with Gary Davies first home for the club in a time of 1:27:02. 2nd was Mark Garrett (1:34:25) with Dan Davey 3rd home for the club (1:39:10). Graham Wildgoose, Andy Weaver, Russell Fox and Stuart King completed the male runners. First lady back for the club was Suzannah Brownhill (2:11:26)  with Kathryn Purslow, Kimberly Ball, Jan Burbie and Claire Hancox also representing the club.

10 DK runners competed in a very hilly, nearly 2000 strong annual running of the Shrewsbury 10k. First home for the club was Jonny Pearce in a time of 42:19.

Further afield 2 members competed in the Hampton Court Half Marathon down in Richmond upon Thames. Kevin Herbert recorded a time of 1:38 with Aimee Pugh clocking 2:11.