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Corndon Classic - 16th November 2008

Graham Spencer has resurrected this race, click here for the corndon_classic race details

3 Teams Head for FRA Relays

Mercia have entered 3 teams for this weekends FRA Relays in The Clwydians 
A Team; Leg 1 Andi Davies, Leg 2 Tim Davies & Tom Owens, Leg 3, (Navigation) Ian Houston & Tim Werret, Leg 4 Simon Bailey
Vets Team; Edward Davies, Leg 2 Andy Davies & Dave Wade, Leg 3 (Nav) Paul Cadman & Matthew Clewes, Leg4 Andy Yapp
 Ladies Team; Jacqui Loxham, Leg 2, Racheal Bollom & Leena Sankey, Leg 3 (Nav) Polly Gibb & Yvette Lewis, Leg 4, Mel Price

Winter Series 2008 2009

The Winter Series starts this weekend with Brieddens Fell Race, the normal format will apply best 3 race from any of the follow 6
12th Oct Breiddens Hills Race, 11.00am AM 7m 2300'
2nd Nov Wrekin Wreker 11.00am AM. 8m 2400'
7th Dec Cardington Cracker 11.00am. AM. 9m 2600'
8th Feb Longmynd Valley's 11.30am AM. 11.5m 5000'
7th Mar Cardingmill Canter 1.00pm AS. 4m 1800'
29th Mar Wrekin Fell Race 11.00am. AS. 5.5m 1700'
Details of all races can be found under Race Information on this website

Brieddens Hills race

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Results from todays Breiddens Hills Race are now available on line, Tim Davies was the first runner home, the 5th time in the last 6 years that he's won the race, Dad Ed Davies was not to far behind coming home in 5th position overall and first vet by a mile, sister Jacqui Loxam rounded off a good day for the Davies family picking up 2nd prize in the ladies race. Photos taken at the race by Alastair Tye can be viewed at http://www.fellrunningpictures.co.uk/

Long Mynd Hike Results

Long Mynd Hike results are now posted on Hike website, please follow the link below to access, congratulations to Andy Davies & Dave Wade for a Mercia 1, 2, in the general classification, Dave also won the Swain Trophy. Adrian Donnelly won the Scout Staff and Pauline Richards for won the Eric Broom Staff, Mercia also won the team trophy taking them in to the lead in The Vasque Ultra Series, more details in the next newsletter
www.longmyndhike.org.uk