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Butcher’s Dog Leg Race 4 August

And back for 2022 is the next race in the KMR series, the Butcher’s Dog Leg. A 4 mile race around Braithwell. Registration from 6.15 at the Butchers Arms, Braithwell. Race starts in Austerfield Lane at 7pm. Entries on day only £5/7. Please note you must be aged 16 or over to participate in this race.

Abbey Dash 2022

Yes it’s back! A new course this year, 5.5 miles with a tiny little hill. Registration from 6.15pm at Maltby Catholic Club, Millindale, Maltby (behind Tesco). Race entry on day only, and yet again no increase in price – £5/7. Chip butty, bar, prizes. See you there!

S Yorks Road Race League

S Yorkshire Road Race League is back! Here are the dates and venues:

March 30th

3 Merry Lads, Lodge Moor Sheffield

6th April

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20th April

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25th May

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The cost is £10 for all 4 races. To be in with a chance of a prize you have to complete all 4 races, but it’s not compulsory to do all 4. Each race is 5 miles. Please email me at maltbyrunning@gmail.com with your EA registration number and D.O.B. if you would like a race number. Once you’ve signed up I will get billed £10 so no running off and hiding…..

It’s first come, first served and race numbers are limited, so don’t delay.

NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

Maltby Running Club invites members to its Annual General Meeting, to take place on Wednesday 26th January at 6.30 for 7pm start at Maltby Catholic Club. If you are attending and would like to join us in a light meal (pie – veg option available – and peas) which is free to members, please let Bob Houghton know.

Couch to 5k

Congratulations to Ruth and Paula on completing the Couch to 5k programme. Their progress was hampered by successive lockdowns and even the celebratory run has been postponed because of Covid. But, undeterred and supported every step of the way by Richard Chandler, Ruth and Paula kept on going and have now succeeded in running 5k non stop (and at rather a cracking pace, if they’re still as fast as when I last risked a run with them!) . Well done to both of them and a big thank you to Richard for coaching them to success.
We still hope to support Ruth and Paula when park runs recommence – hopefully not too long to wait!