TBH – NEHL GP: Final Points Table & Winners Announced

Following the our very successful 1st season in the NEHL, the points have now been credited to all those who took part and the final tables are now available for the very first Tyne Bridge Harriers NEHL GP

Dave Moir

Congratulations go to Dave Moir for winning the TBH NEHL GP Mens prize after pipping Sparrow Morley to top spot following a close battle throughout the season. Fantastic running from Micky Baker too, who thought that he wouldn’t get to run many of the fixtures due to his new NEHL Shadow Secretary role, but managed to complete 7 of the 8 fixtures.

1st Dave Moir 780
2nd Sparrow Morley 720
3rd Micky Baker 640

For the Ladies, the 1st Prize & congratulations go to the ever present Lisa Walker who has put in some very solid runs throughout the whole of the season.

Lisa Walker

Lisa was the only Tyne Bridge Harrier to complete all 8 of the NEHL races this season so again, a massive congratulations go out to her. Very well done also to runners up Jude Smith who completed 7 of the eight fixtures and Elspeth Lawson (completed 6). For your very first year at Cross Country Running, you have really put in some superb performances.

Lisa Walker, Jude Smith, Elspeth Lawson, Kerry Reed, Sarah Kipling & Emma Moir all completed at least 5 of the NEHL fixtures and will be awarded Start Fitness Polo Shirts for their achievement. Well done Lasses

1st Lisa Walker 840
2nd Jude Smith 770
3rd Elepeth Lawson 620

Mens Results

Ladies Results

WELL DONE & thank you to everyone who took part in any of the races in the 2011/12 NEHL Season and to those who came along to support. See you in October for more XC.

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  1. Who set the handicaps again, a fine upstanding pillar of the community no doubt ?? I’m sure it’s all fair and above board!!!!

    I seem to have a garden cane somehow attached to my person in that photo??

      • Apples on 29th March 2012 at 12:16
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      I couldn’t think of a more appropriate winner of the mens Handicap, a person who embodies the spirit of sportsmanship and encouragement to fellow competitors, one who would never ‘do’ an fellow club member and friend in the last 10 metres of a Harrier league. Well done to a true Corinthian Mr Dave’ Elbows’ Moir.
      Well done to Lisa too, the only ever present throughout the winter, that is some achievement. Serously well deserved.

        • Cuthbert on 29th March 2012 at 13:48
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        I think the garden cane explains the expression on your face Dave! Congratulations to you and Lisa on fine TBH XC seasons resulting in promotion for both men and ladies!

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