Guernsey Church to Church 19.4 miles walk Sunday September 4th 2016

September 5, 2016

CHURCH 2016 RESULTS

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Sunday September 4th 2016 

Sarnia Walking Club

19.4 miles Church to Church road walk

South Esplanade, Guernsey

RWA Permit: 6042-1 

Fletcher shoots to the front in final quarter

Manx Harriers race walker Sam Fletcher shot into the lead shortly after 15 miles and held on to it, to get himself into the record books of an event celebrating its 80th birthday.

Four walkers soon made themselves a big gap in the Sarnia Walking Clubs annual 19.4 miles Church to Church road walk from the start line at South Esplanade.

Local walkers Stuart and Jason Le Noury made the pace up the hills of Cornet Street and Les vardes in the early stages of the walk, closely tracked by Sam Fletcher on his first visit to the island. Past winner Jim Ball was taking the early stages at an easy pace and found himself well down on the leaders.

Olga Le Noury, the Sarnia WC champion and Marie Macdonald, last years womens winner were together at this point with neither laying claim to be the favourite to win.

Moving on to the 5 miles point and then heading towards the lanes of Torteval, the leading four were all within 36 seconds of each other led by Stuart Le Noury in 49.20. Sam Fletcher followed 14 seconds behind, with Jim Ball having made his customary effort to close the gap once he reached the flatter sections of St Martins a further 9 behind. Olga Le Noury had opened up a gap on her main challenger Marie Macdonald as she passed the 5 miles in 59 minutes with a minutes lead.

At Les Vauxbelets and the 10 miles point Stuart Le Noury had increased his lead to almost a minute, going through in 96 minutes 20 seconds. Jim Ball continued his surge in second place but only just ahead of Sam Fletcher. Fourth man Jason Le Noury was still in contention less than a minute behind the third man.

Moving on from St Andrews and Castel and down towards Vale Church to 15 miles the Le Noury brothers both went through bad patches as Jim Ball kept the pressure on at the front of the field. Surprising himself at keeping going for so long on his limited training he still led at 15 miles in 2.25.13 with Sam Fletcher only 9 seconds down. Both Le Nourys were struggling now with times of 2.26.53 for Stuart and 2.30.52 for Jason.

As last year, Jim Ball, with a best time of 2 hours 48  minutes for the full distance set many years ago, knows that he will walk out of steam around this point and face the hard walk home to the finish. But his competitive instinct still means he has a good go at the front. And so it came as Sam Fletcher moved past him a few minutes later and smoothly hit the front of the race. There was only going to be one winner from this point if he held himself together.

Looking easy over the closing miles Fletcher crossed the line in 3 hours 07 minutes and 45 seconds to become the second male Manx winner of the event after Michael George in 2010 and 2012. Jim Ball finished five minutes behind for second place with first local Stuart Le Noury in third in 3.18.09, faster than his winning effort the year before to once again secure the Victory Cup as first local to finish. Fourth place went to Jason Le Noury three minutes behind.

Coventrys Godivas Glyn Jones took fifth place in 3.22.18 with a new personal best time. Past winner Ed Shillabeer held of fellow visitor Sean Pender for 6th place, closely followed by local Phil Lockwood.

Reversing last years positions, Olga Le Noury was first woman home in 3.54.13 to take the Star Trophy and a big personal best time by over four minutes, six minutes head of Marie Macdonald who only just failed to beat the four hours mark this time, but considering her injury problems of late was a satisfactory result.

Stalwart Kevin Le Noury clocked up 41 finishes in the walk, walking home in 4.01.40. Kevin was carrying an injury but will find it hard to stop his consecutive streak of finishes. Close after Kevin was newcomer and local woman Donna Allan who claimed third place in the womens section.

Regular visitor David Hoben from Surrey WC, bringing along Kathy Crilley for her first church to church strode home ahead of locals Peter Beckerleg and John Dedman. Kathy Crilley, only a week after competing in a 24 hours walk in Belgium, completed Guernseys shorter 19.4 miles in 4.05.21 to smash the womens age best time previously set at 4.31.44 by Hilda Nyman. At the back of the field Kay Coulson walked to another new best time of 4.18.17, a well deserved result after her recent training.

A special mention for Mick Le Sauvage who is trying to reach a total of 50 finishes. After a gap of a few years he completed his 48th last year, but retired in his 49th at the 15 miles at Sandy Hook. 

The Sarnia WC would like those that helped out at the event and to our generous sponsors providing awards to the competitors. Bucktrouts, Walkers Crisps, Relate Guernsey, Bourse Trust, Network Insurance, Healthspan, Rothschild, Electrical Supplies & Machinery (Guernsey) Ltd, Guernsey Candles, Louvre Group, LInce Salisbury, Richmond Fiduciary Group, Jupiter Trust, Trust Corporation, Jenny Elliott, Fletchersports, Bedell Cristin, Randalls of Guernsey, Collenette Jones, Kevin and Jayne Le Noury.

Pos.

No.

Name

Club

Country

Age

Time

1

54

Sam Fletcher

Manx Harriers

Isle of Man

M

3.07.45

2

60

Jim Ball

Steyning AC

England

M50

3.12.47

3

58

Stuart Le Noury

Sarnia WC

Guernsey

M

3.18.09

4

62

Jason Le Noury

Sarnia WC

Guernsey

M

3.21.08

5

53

Glyn Jones

Coventry Godiva

England

M70

3.22.18

6

55

Ed Shillabeer

Ilford AC

England

M75

3.44.59

7

64

Sean Pender

Enfield & Haringey

Ireland

M60

3.45.19

8

57

Phil Lockwood

Sarnia WC

Guernsey

M40

3.47.04

9

67

Olga Le Noury

Sarnia WC

Guernsey

W35

3.54.13

10

66

Marie Macdonald

Sarnia WC

Guernsey

W40

4.00.13

11

69

Kevin Le Noury

Sarnia WC

Guernsey

M55

4.01.40

12

70

Donna Allan

Unattached

Guernsey

W40

4.04.35

13

68

Kathy Crilley

Surrey WC

England

W65

4.05.21

14

61

David Hoben

Surrey WC

England

M60

4.07.41

15

56

Peter Beckerleg

Sarnia WC

Guernsey

M55

4.15.16

16

63

John Dedman

Sarnia WC

Guernsey

M40

4.16.58

17

65

Kay Coulson

Sarnia WC

Guernsey

W45

4.18.17

59

Mick Le Sauvage

Sarnia WC

Guernsey

M75

DNF

 

Trophy Winners

Guernsey Can: Sam Fletcher

Victory Cup (first local): Stuart Le Noury

Newcomer plaque: Sam Fletcher

Star Trophy (first local woman): Olga Le Noury

Newcomer plaque (overseas): Kathy Crilley

Newcomer plaque (local): Donna Allan

Jenny Elliott Salver (first local over 35 woman): Olga Le Noury

CJ Robin Vetrans tankard 40 t0 49 years: Phil Lockwood

Healthspan Supervets Tankard 50 to 59 years: Jim Ball

Winning Ways Trophy 60 to 69 years: Sean Pender

Ilford AC trophy over 70 years: Glyn Jones

Guernsey Parish Shield: St Peter Port, Stuart and Jason Le Noury, Phil Lockwood

Husband and Wife: Stuart and Olga Le Noury

Fletchersports Team Shield: Sarnia Walking Club, Stuart and Jason Le Noury, Phil Lockwood

Rob Elliott for SWC

Guernsey Race Walking at https://sarnia.wordpress.com/

Results 2016

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Sunday September 4th 2016 

Sarnia Walking Club

19.4 miles Church to Church road walk

South Esplanade, Guernsey

RWA Permit: 6042-1 

Fletcher shoots to the front in final quarter

Manx Harriers race walker Sam Fletcher shot into the lead shortly after 15 miles and held on to it, to get himself into the record books of an event celebrating its 80th birthday.

Four walkers soon made themselves a big gap in the Sarnia Walking Clubs annual 19.4 miles Church to Church road walk from the start line at South Esplanade.

Local walkers Stuart and Jason Le Noury made the pace up the hills of Cornet Street and Les vardes in the early stages of the walk, closely tracked by Sam Fletcher on his first visit to the island. Past winner Jim Ball was taking the early stages at an easy pace and found himself well down on the leaders.

Olga Le Noury, the Sarnia WC champion and Marie Macdonald, last years womens winner were together at this point with neither laying claim to be the favourite to win.

Moving on to the 5 miles point and then heading towards the lanes of Torteval, the leading four were all within 36 seconds of each other led by Stuart Le Noury in 49.20. Sam Fletcher followed 14 seconds behind, with Jim Ball having made his customary effort to close the gap once he reached the flatter sections of St Martins a further 9 behind. Olga Le Noury had opened up a gap on her main challenger Marie Macdonald as she passed the 5 miles in 59 minutes with a minutes lead.

At Les Vauxbelets and the 10 miles point Stuart Le Noury had increased his lead to almost a minute, going through in 96 minutes 20 seconds. Jim Ball continued his surge in second place but only just ahead of Sam Fletcher. Fourth man Jason Le Noury was still in contention less than a minute behind the third man.

Moving on from St Andrews and Castel and down towards Vale Church to 15 miles the Le Noury brothers both went through bad patches as Jim Ball kept the pressure on at the front of the field. Surprising himself at keeping going for so long on his limited training he still led at 15 miles in 2.25.13 with Sam Fletcher only 9 seconds down. Both Le Nourys were struggling now with times of 2.26.53 for Stuart and 2.30.52 for Jason.

As last year, Jim Ball, with a best time of 2 hours 48  minutes for the full distance set many years ago, knows that he will walk out of steam around this point and face the hard walk home to the finish. But his competitive instinct still means he has a good go at the front. And so it came as Sam Fletcher moved past him a few minutes later and smoothly hit the front of the race. There was only going to be one winner from this point if he held himself together.

Looking easy over the closing miles Fletcher crossed the line in 3 hours 07 minutes and 45 seconds to become the second male Manx winner of the event after Michael George in 2010 and 2012. Jim Ball finished five minutes behind for second place with first local Stuart Le Noury in third in 3.18.09, faster than his winning effort the year before to once again secure the Victory Cup as first local to finish. Fourth place went to Jason Le Noury three minutes behind.

Coventrys Godivas Glyn Jones took fifth place in 3.22.18 with a new personal best time. Past winner Ed Shillabeer held of fellow visitor Sean Pender for 6th place, closely followed by local Phil Lockwood.

Reversing last years positions, Olga Le Noury was first woman home in 3.54.13 to take the Star Trophy and a big personal best time by over four minutes, six minutes head of Marie Macdonald who only just failed to beat the four hours mark this time, but considering her injury problems of late was a satisfactory result.

Stalwart Kevin Le Noury clocked up 41 finishes in the walk, walking home in 4.01.40. Kevin was carrying an injury but will find it hard to stop his consecutive streak of finishes. Close after Kevin was newcomer and local woman Donna Allan who claimed third place in the womens section.

Regular visitor David Hoben from Surrey WC, bringing along Kathy Crilley for her first church to church strode home ahead of locals Peter Beckerleg and John Dedman. Kathy Crilley, only a week after competing in a 24 hours walk in Belgium, completed Guernseys shorter 19.4 miles in 4.05.21 to smash the womens age best time previously set at 4.31.44 by Hilda Nyman. At the back of the field Kay Coulson walked to another new best time of 4.18.17, a well deserved result after her recent training.

A special mention for Mick Le Sauvage who is trying to reach a total of 50 finishes. After a gap of a few years he completed his 48th last year, but retired in his 49th at the 15 miles at Sandy Hook. 

The Sarnia WC would like those that helped out at the event and to our generous sponsors providing awards to the competitors. Bucktrouts, Walkers Crisps, Relate Guernsey, Bourse Trust, Network Insurance, Healthspan, Rothschild, Electrical Supplies & Machinery (Guernsey) Ltd, Guernsey Candles, Louvre Group, LInce Salisbury, Richmond Fiduciary Group, Jupiter Trust, Trust Corporation, Jenny Elliott, Fletchersports, Bedell Cristin, Randalls of Guernsey, Collenette Jones, Kevin and Jayne Le Noury.

Pos.

No.

Name

Club

Country

Age

Time

1

54

Sam Fletcher

Manx Harriers

Isle of Man

M

3.07.45

2

60

Jim Ball

Steyning AC

England

M50

3.12.47

3

58

Stuart Le Noury

Sarnia WC

Guernsey

M

3.18.09

4

62

Jason Le Noury

Sarnia WC

Guernsey

M

3.21.08

5

53

Glyn Jones

Coventry Godiva

England

M70

3.22.18

6

55

Ed Shillabeer

Ilford AC

England

M75

3.44.59

7

64

Sean Pender

Enfield & Haringey

Ireland

M60

3.45.19

8

57

Phil Lockwood

Sarnia WC

Guernsey

M40

3.47.04

9

67

Olga Le Noury

Sarnia WC

Guernsey

W35

3.54.13

10

66

Marie Macdonald

Sarnia WC

Guernsey

W40

4.00.13

11

69

Kevin Le Noury

Sarnia WC

Guernsey

M55

4.01.40

12

70

Donna Allan

Unattached

Guernsey

W40

4.04.35

13

68

Kathy Crilley

Surrey WC

England

W65

4.05.21

14

61

David Hoben

Surrey WC

England

M60

4.07.41

15

56

Peter Beckerleg

Sarnia WC

Guernsey

M55

4.15.16

16

63

John Dedman

Sarnia WC

Guernsey

M40

4.16.58

17

65

Kay Coulson

Sarnia WC

Guernsey

W45

4.18.17

59

Mick Le Sauvage

Sarnia WC

Guernsey

M75

DNF

Trophy Winners

Guernsey Can: Sam Fletcher

Victory Cup (first local): Stuart Le Noury

Newcomer plaque: Sam Fletcher

Star Trophy (first local woman): Olga Le Noury

Newcomer plaque (overseas): Kathy Crilley

Newcomer plaque (local): Donna Allan

Jenny Elliott Salver (first local over 35 woman): Olga Le Noury

CJ Robin Vetrans tankard 40 t0 49 years: Phil Lockwood

Healthspan Supervets Tankard 50 to 59 years: Jim Ball

Winning Ways Trophy 60 to 69 years: Sean Pender

Ilford AC trophy over 70 years: Glyn Jones

Guernsey Parish Shield: St Peter Port, Stuart and Jason Le Noury, Phil Lockwood

Husband and Wife: Stuart and Olga Le Noury

Fletchersports Team Shield: Sarnia Walking Club, Stuart and Jason Le Noury, Phil Lockwood

Rob Elliott for SWC

Guernsey Race Walking at https://sarnia.wordpress.com/

August 20, 2016

Sponsors

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Thanks to our current sponsors for the 2016 event

Louvre Group (fidu­ciary, corporate and fund ser­vices)

Rothschild  (wealth management and trust)

Lince Salisbury (accountancy services)

Trust Corporation of the Channel Islands 

Network Insurance (insurance and financial planning)

Richmond Fiduciary Group

Healthspan (Vitamins and supplements online store)

Relate Guernsey (the relationship people)

Jupiter Trust (fiduciary and fund administration)

Bedell Cristin (award winning law firm)

Bourse Trust (trust, pension and company services)

Randalls of Guernsey ( Brewers, Distillers and Wine Merchants)

Collenette Jones (Chartered Certified Accountants)

Guernsey Candles (local tourist attraction)

Fletchersports (local sports shop)

Bucktrouts (quality drinks)

Electrical Supplies & Machinery (Guernsey) Ltd

Jenny Elliott

Walkers Crisps

 

August 1, 2016

Statistics page updated

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The statistics page has been updated with 2015 event included.

July 28, 2016

Presentation evening menu

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CTC evening eats Click link for printable menu choice.

February 28, 2016

1936 certificate

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The Sarnia Walking Club received a certificate this morning via Mick Le Sauvage from the first Church to Church road walk in 1936.  The certificate was presented by the first organisers,  Guernsey Wanderers Social and Football Club.

Past Press reports gave the name as Guernsey Wanderers Sports and Social Club. The certificate is the one given to Mrs A Peters. Mrs Peters was the mother of two future women’s champions Mrs Winona Robert , who competed in 1936 and Mrs Gladys Leeder.

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January 28, 2016

Robin Waterman RIP

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It is with sadness to have to report the recent passing of Rob Waterman at the age of 76. Rob was a member of the Sarnia Walking Club and represented Guernsey in the 1970 Commonwealth Games as a coach and the 1974 Games as a competitor in the 20 miles road walk.

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Below is a reproduction of an article on Rob in the Guernsey profiles website.

Rob Waterman, five times the Club Champion, was one of the first members of the Sarnia Walking Club. He started walking in the mid 60`s taking in the Church walk as well as racing in the GIAAC walks in 1964, improving steadily and helping the SWC to their team win in the “Garnet” 10 miles in 1967.

From 1968 to 1971 Rob was the Guernsey Sarnia Walking Club Champion, as well as winning the Eric Waldron Trophy 3 times, the 7 mile Chilcott Cup in under 54 minutes, the Val Des Terres Hill Climb, the North Regatta walk and a West Show 20 miles.

In 1969 he walked in the 6 mile Chippenham event, and scored the 2nd of his 4 wins in the 5 miles Sark walk. Sark being a car free island a short boat trip from Guernsey.

In 1970 he failed to gain selection for the 20 miles Commonwealth Games walk but went as coach to the 3 selected walkers and on his return scored his only victory in the Church Walk beating Dave Dorey by 4 and a half minutes in 2 hours 52 minutes 53 seconds.

In 1971 with junior walkers coming through Rob organized regular training sessions for the youngsters as well as helping out future walkers such as Rob Elliott.

During 1973 Rob won the 50 kms walk in just outside 5 hours and had a win in the West Show 20 miles followed by 3rd behind visitors Dave Rosser and Guernsey’s John Moullin in the Church to Church walk in a personal best of 2.51.27 which was good enough for him to gain selection for the 1974 New Zealand Commonwealth Games, backing up his races earlier in the year including winning the bronze medal in the Hampshire 10 miles walk.

Almost finishing his preparations for Christchurch in the early months of 74 Rob walked under 46 minutes in the popular 6 miles Chippenham walk in the October of 73.

Rob walked to an 11th place in the 20 miles walk at the Games recording a time of 3 hours 00 mins 14 secs, slower than his best but a fine walk in the heat of New Zealand.

On return his domination of island walks was coming to an end with the emergence of Mick Elliott who was improving by every race up to 10 miles in distance and young Andy Le Heron.  Rob lost out on the championship to Elliott, and in his last Church walk finished 3rd.

One of his final races was in the Chippenham to Calne 6 miles where the SWC were victorious where he finished in 8th position, one behind Elliott in 47 minutes. Rob retired soon afterwards from the walking scene leaving behind him impressive times including:

1 mile 6.52

3 kms 13.42

5 kms 23.05

7 miles in 53.42

10 miles 77.34

20 kms 103.54

20 miles 2.52.48

50 kms 5.00.40.

The 6 miles Milestones Walk was introduced by Waterman and is known as the Rob Waterman Trophy, whist the long established Hill Climb Shield, still competed for today was made by Rob.

Rob Elliott 2016

September 7, 2015

2015 report and results

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Photos here 

Sunday September 6th 2015

Sarnia Walking Club

Church to Church 19.4 miles road walk

Guernsey

Balls Bid for Victory Falls Short

Jim Balls bold bid for victory fell apart in the final one and a half miles as race winner Stuart Le Noury swept past him after closing a three minutes gap on the long time race leader. The mens race was always going to be between these two past Church Walk winners and despite the slowest winning time for many years the outcome was not clear for a lot of the race. Fourteen walkers set off from the St Peter Port start in the traditional 19.4 miles walk between the islands Parish Churches on a day that was to get hotter as the race progressed.

After the early climb out of town and on to St Martins via the hills of Cornet Street and Les Vardes Stuart Le Noury had built up a lead of almost two minutes by the 3 miles point. He passed that point in 31.02 with Jim Ball in second and son Chris in third.

Leading women at this point were Marie Macdonald and Olga Sinkevica in 36.20 and 36.22. Marie, the defending womens local Star Trophy winner and Sarnia Walking Club Champion Olga in her Church debut were to remain in close contention for almost 16 miles of the race.

Once the early hills were out of the way the route through to Torteval Church meant the walkers showed an increase in speed with Jim Ball making up the deficit, after his early easy walking miles, on race leader Stuart Le Noury with only four seconds separating them at the 5 miles point reached in 50.44. Phil Lockwood had moved into third place just over four minutes behind, with Coventry Godiva visitor Glyn Jones a further minute down. Leading woman Marie Macdonald had opened up a gap of twelve seconds on Olga Sinkevica, who had the company at this point of Kevin Le Noury walking in his 40th consecutive Church walk. All were under the hour mark with Marie timed at 59.34.

Jim Ball continued to push on to ten miles, with his tactics seeming to be to put as much time between himself and Stuart as possible  and trying to hold on in the latter stages. Sometimes it works. The gap between the first two opened up to three minutes by ten miles with Ball making a big effort on the hilly section between Torteval Church and the ups and downs to the Little Chapel near the half way mark. Le Noury was going through a bad patch, combined with an untimely pit stop. Ball passed 10 miles in 1 hour 38 minutes and 44 seconds , with a healthy lead of three minutes and still walking well.

Stuart Le Noury seemed relaxed in second place and perhaps even confident that the race leader would slow down in the latter stages. Phil Lockwood was still in third place with Glyn Jones catching him slightly. The two leading women were still close together with Marie having a slight advantage of four seconds.

At fourteen miles, after taking in the long downhill section from Castel Church towards Vale, Jim Ball passed by, not looking as smooth as he had been but still with a two and a half minutes advantage over Le Noury, who still looked easy and relaxed.

The Vale Church check point at 15 miles was reached in 2.30.21 by Ball. Le Noury was closing fast but still two minutes behind with less than four and a half miles to the finish and could run out of road. A few miles on and Ball was struggling, but would he rally once caught by Le Noury ? The hill going up to 16 miles from Vale Church to Vale School had taken it out of him and despite the course from their to the South Esplanade finish being relatively flat he would find it hard going.

On to the sea front at Richmond Corner and with only a few miles to go, Le Noury had Ball in his sights. Coming through the Red Lion area and Stuart Le Noury swept past Ball who had little response as he cramped up with what effort he could find to stay with the new leader.

The race was now in the hands of Le Noury who opened up a minutes gap by the finish line crossed in 3.21.31. With no chance of getting back to the leader Ball, in some discomfort , finished in 3.22.41.

Well outside his personal best time Stuart Le Noury  won the event for the second time, adding to his 2011 victory. A surprise third place went to Glyn Jones in 3.32.02, two minutes quicker than last year, over two minutes ahead of second local walker home Phil Lockwood.

Past race winner Ed Shillabeer was fifth in 3.43.37, a regular visitor to Guernsey from his Plymouth home and walking in “one of his favourite events”. He was closely followed by Enfields Sean Pender. The womens winner was not in doubt from the sixteenth mile as a strong looking Marie Macdonald started pulling away from a struggling Olga Sinkevica. A small gap at that point had stretched to nine minutes by the finish line as Marie walked herself into 10th place on the Guernsey all time list. The finishing time of 3.49.11 was a huge improvement on her debut time last year of 4.04.56.

Olga struggled home in under four hours with 3.58.23, with plenty of improvement to come once she gets used to walking the distance. Next home was Kevin Le Noury, finishing for the 40th time but not able to muster a sprint home as he finished just outside the four hours barrier.

Eight minutes behind, Mick Le Sauvage, back in the event after a few years off , finished for the 48th time since 1959 in 4.08.26. The achievements of these two walkers must be unmatched in local athletics and neither show signs of stopping yet..

David Hoben, another visitor finished in 4.37.45, ahead of local walker David Larkin, making his debut in the event in 4.41.05. Third woman home Kay Coulson finished in 4.50.43.

Thanks go to our walk sponsors and all those who helped on the day. Bucktrouts (Walkers Crisps), Relate, Randalls of Guernsey,  Network Insurance, Healthspan, Rothschild, Electrical Supplies & Machinery (Guernsey) Ltd, Guernsey Candles, Taj Restaurant, Jupiter Trustees, Richmond Fiduciary Group, Trust Corporation, Jenny Elliott, Fletchersports, Guernsey Sports Commission, Collenette Jones, Hot Mango, Bourse Trust, Bedell, Avenue Trust / Lince Salisbury

Pos.

No.

Name

Club

Country

Age

Time

1

44

Stuart Le Noury

Sarnia WC

Guernsey

M

3.21.31

2

41

Jim Ball

Steyning AC

England

M50

3.22.41

3

39

Glyn Jones

Coventry Godiva

England

M70

3.32.02

4

45

Phil Lockwood

Sarnia WC

Guernsey

M40

3.34.23

5

34

Ed Shillabeer

Ilford AC

England

M75

3.43.37

6

40

Sean Pender

Enfield & Haringey

Ireland

M60

3.44.11

7

50

Marie Macdonald

Sarnia WC

Guernsey

W40

3.49.11

8

51

Olga Sinkevica

Sarnia WC

Latvia

W

3.58.23

9

47

Kevin Le Noury

Sarnia WC

Guernsey

M55

4.00.16

10

43

Mick Le Sauvage

Sarnia WC

Guernsey

M75

4.08.26

11

46

David Hoben

Surrey WC

England

M60

4.37.45

12

42

David Larkin

Unattached

Guernsey

M40

4.41.05

13

52

Kay Coulson

Sarnia WC

Guernsey

W45

4.50.43

48

Chris Ball

Unattached

England

U25

DNF

Men:

Open Winner

Stuart Le Noury

2nd

Jim Ball

3rd

Glyn Jones

Victory Cup (First Channel Islander)

Stuart Le Noury

Newcomer Plaque

not awarded

Newcomer Trophy (First Channel Islander)

David Larkin

Under 25 Plaque

not awarded

Under 25 Trophy (First Channel islander)

not awarded

Women:

Open Winner

Marie Macdonald

2nd

Olga Sinkevica

3rd

Kay Coulson

Star Trophy (First Channel Islander)

Marie Macdonald

Newcomer Plaque

not awarded

Newcomer Trophy (First Channel Islander)

Olga Sinkevica

Under 25 Plaque

not awarded

Under 25 Trophy (First Channel Islander)

not awarded

Jenny Elliott Salver (First Guernsey woman O/35 yrs)

Marie Macdonald

Men or women:

C J Robin Veterans tankard: 40 to 49 yrs

Phil Lockwood

Healthspan Super Vets tankard 50 to 59 yrs

Jim Ball

Winning Ways Trophy: 60 – 69 yrs

Sean Pender

Ilford AC Vets trophy : over 70 yrs

Glyn Jones

Team Trophies:

Guernsey Parish Shield : (first Parish with 3 to finish)

Vale

Stuart Le Noury, Olga Sinkevica, Kevin Le Noury

Husband and Wife: (first couple to finish)

not awarded

Fletchersports Team Shield: (Men, women, mixed)

Sarnia Walking Club

athletic / race walking team of 3 walkers to score

Stuart Le Noury, Phil Lockwood, Marie Macdonald

Thanks to our walk sponsors

Bucktrouts (Walkers Crisps), Relate, Randalls of Guernsey

 Network Insurance, Healthspan, Rothschild, Electrical Supplies & Machinery (Guernsey) Ltd

Guernsey Candles, Taj Restaurant, Jupiter Trustees, Richmond Fiduciary Group

Trust Corporation, Jenny Elliott, Fletchersports, Guernsey Sports Commission

Collenette Jones, Hot Mango, Bourse Trust, Bedell, Avenue Trust / Lince Salisbury

Rob Elliott for SWC

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September 2, 2015

latest sponsors

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New sponsors to the event are 

Avenue Trust Lince Salisbury Chartered Accountants and Trust Company , Avenue House, St Julians Avenue, St Peter Port, Guernsey GY1 1WA, United Kingdom

Bedell Bedell is a leading, award-winning provider of legal and fiduciary services with over 330 partners and staff

Louvre Group The Lou­vre Group has two core busi­nesses – fidu­ciary ser­vices includ­ing the pro­vi­sion of trusts, foun­da­tions and cor­po­rate ser­vices; and fund services including estab­lish­ment, administration and accounting.

Jupiter The Jupiter group of companies comprise Jupiter Trustees Limited, a fiduciary company, and Jupiter Fund Services Limited, a fund administration company. We are an independent and owner managed group based in the Island of Guernsey, specialising in bespoke tailor made structures designed for the specific needs of our clients.

image003-2Richmond Fiduciary Group 

Richmond Fiduciary Group is a Guernsey Trust Company offering clients a professional, approachable and flexible service in the ever developing international markets.

Established in 1988, Richmond is a truly independent trust company which has built a solid reputation and is experiencing continued growth. Based in Guernsey, Richmond is owned and managed by its Guernsey resident directors who together with the senior managers have over 250 years combined experience in the international finance industr

Bourse Trust The Bourse group of companies has been providing a range of trust, pension and company services from our offices in St Peter Port, Guernsey since 1999 and is a leader within the international trust and pension industries.

 

August 29, 2015

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Church to Church Road Walk

This years annual Church to Church walk will take place on Sunday September 6th at 9.00 am. The 19.4 miles course, starting and finishing at Havelet bay, South Esplanade, is walked between the islands Parish Churches and has been a regular event in the Guernsey sporting calendar since the 1930s. Despite falling behind the atttractions of other endurance based events, it still attracts the stalwart racewalkers and casual walkers of the island.

With a generous time limit of 5  hours 30 minutes, it is well within reach of the walker just out to get around the course to say they have completed it as well as the seasoned racewalker. The event is open to men and women aged 17 years and over.

A small field is expected to take part with local walkers joined by a number of regular competitors from the UK. Past winners Jim Ball and Ed Shillabeer from England are expected to be on the start line alongside local winner Stuart Le Noury.

The womens walk should feature last years Star Trophy winner for first local, Marie Macdonald and Olga Sinkevica, who has recently won the clubs womens Championship. The walk is open to all and full details can be found at the Church website at  https://churchtochurch.wordpress.com/ or Jayne Le Noury lenouryjedburgh@cwgsy.net.

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