Herald - Issue 379

Page 72 • The HERALD • 3rd October 2019 v SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE HERALD v • Bike Sales • Cycle Servicing for all makes and models • Spares, accessories and good honest advice! Open Monday-Saturday Blackfield Business Centre, Hampton Lane, Blackfield Please call 023 8089 0712 to arrange a service! SPORT IN THE HERALD Bramshott Hill Ladies August has again seen some really good gol ng weather and the Ladies Section of Bramshott Hill have made the most of this. ey have played in the SJM Trophy, Lady Presidents Day, friendly matches, medal quali ers and a stableford quali er. e section goes from strength to strength with new ladies joining the section. 1st August - Medal Winners Medal Division 1: 1st Leigh Rogers , 2nd Mandy Tennant , 3rd Jackie Howells ; Division 2: 1st Pam Colmer , 2nd Ursula Symes , 3rd Trish Reid ; Division 3: 1st Janet Given , 2nd Cathy Boiling , 3rd Jacqueline Cartwright . 9 hole Short Course - Stableford 1st Maureen Parry , 2nd Janet Richardson , 3rd Dawn Gurman . 9 Hole Medal 1st Sandra Aldridge , 2nd Cilla Woodason . 8th August - SJM Trophy 1st Sue Lewis &Margaret Gordon , 2nd Di Lockwood & Jo Renyard , 3rd Linda Bell & Janet Given . 9 Hole Short Course - Stableford 1st Dawn Gurman , 2nd Pat Greenham , 3rd Maureen Parry . 15th August - 18 Hole Stableford Quali er Division 1: 1st JulieWeatherdon , 2nd Jackie Howells , 3rd Sheila Rothwell ; Division 2: 1st Miriam Eve , 2nd Ursula Symes , 3rd Carolyn Cook ; Division 3: 1st Marion Robinson , 2nd Pat Hedges , 3rd Cathy Boiling ; 9 Hole Short Course: 1st Cilla Woodason, 2nd Sandra Aldridge. 22nd August - Lady Presidents Day Overall Winner: Jackie Howells ; Division 1: 1st Julie Weatherdon , 2nd Lesley Mortimer , 3rd Leigh Rogers ; Division 2: 1st Diana Ryan , 2nd Jane Physick , 3rd Hilary Bell ; Division 3: 1st Janet Given , 2nd Linda Bell , 3rd Naomi Lowman ; Nearest the Pin in 2: Jan Merrett ; Longest Made Putt on 4th: Sally Till ; Hidden Holes 2, 5, 11: Hilary Bell; Nine Hole Competition: Maureen Parry ; 11 Hole Competition: 1st Pearl Hansford , 2nd Cilla Woodason. 29th August - Sue Shelley Trophy 1st Pam Kellaway, 2nd Sue Hallett, 3rd Julie Weatherdon. Left to right - Hilary Bell, Lady Captain and Pam Kellaway, Winner of the Sue Shelly Trophy Tuesday 10th September (Russian Roulette) 1st P Barnett, B Phillips, P Huxley, 2nd J Crumpler, B Dash, L Cohen, 3rd A Flaxman R Short K Barge; N/P 2nd Hole D McManus; N/P R Gooding; Pro’s Approach 15th P Bell; 2s Competition: N Union, C Viney, O McCann, D McManus; Highest Stableford Score: C Viney. DOGS Results On Monday 2nd September the Gerald Lettice Cup and Brambles Cup were played for. e Gerald Lettice Cup is for handicaps of 25 and over and the Brambles cup for 24 and under. e competition was a Stableford Quali er. e Brambles cup results were: 1st Geoff Mercer, 2nd Mark Eve, 3rd Peter Paine. e Gerald Lettice Cup results were: 1st Ray Shutler, 2nd John Bailey, 3rd Hugh Rowan. It was a special day for Ray Shutler as it was the rst major trophy he had won for several years and he is most probably the oldest player to have won it, Ray is well over 80 years old. On Monday 9th September the competition was Captains team v Vice Captains team. e Vice Captain won by ve games to four and nine teams competed. Ray Dunkeson won nearest the pin on the 11th and Trelford Douglas won the longest drive on the 6th. BRAMSHOTT HILL SENIORS RESULTS Chris Bennett and John Gordon Chris Bennett and Ray Dunkeson Chris Bennett and Trelford Douglas. National Kayak/Canoe Championships Regatta Southampton Canoe Club had a great weekends racing at the National Watersports Centre in Nottingham, where their athletes were competing for National medals in Junior, Senior and Masters events. ey came away with a big hall of bling, with several notable performances; local lad Xavier Hinves came home with 2 gold medals in the under 16, 1000m single and double kayak (K1 and K2), Emily Hewitt following up on her international success taking both the 200m and 500m Ladies C1 Gold, and the Masters Crew of Kent, Butt, Hinves and Grimsey took the O34/44 500m K4 Title. Many other paddlers achieved medals or personal bests, showing that their training is working and that they have peaked at about the right time Saturday’s weather ranged from extremely challenging through to perfect racing conditions, with one of their boats sinking on the course - they have learnt to wear decks in crew boats! Topped o with a club BBQ on the camp site. is was their biggest sprint team ever with 20 athletes competing, but thanks must go to their support crew of another 11 parents, coaches and supporters who came along to enable the club to perform. Xavier Hinves New Forest Races At Brockenhurst I completed my first marathon, the New Forest, in 5 hours 27 minutes. I couldn’t have done this without all the amazing support from the Hardley Runners, the social runs and the NF marathon training group. Thanks to all. It is such a brilliant and friendly club. My first thought after finishing was ‘never again’ but now, less than 24 hours later, that thought has changed to ‘what could I do differently, So who knows, maybe just maybe…..” Hardley Runners were represented well at this year’s New Forest Marathon Events with 26 runners taking part across the range of races. Sally Harbut and Sarah Hood completed the marathon distance for the second year running, enjoying their way round and running side by side at the nish. Chloe Riggs and Emma Rogers also ran the whole distance. Chloe smashed over 30 minutes o her PB and Emma took 20 minutes o of hers. Lee Sykes was the rst Hardley marathoner home, enjoying his way round and nishing in a very respectful 3hours 54minutes. Aaron Pritchard completed the course despite carrying a knee injury the whole way round, but still nished respectably. Lee Maunder, a er an injury battled training and managed to complete the course, raising proceeds for the British Lung Foundation, a charity close to his heart. Grace Hawker completed her rst ever marathon and her Hardley Runner Dad, Ian, was extremely proud. In the half marathon Hannah Cockle was the rst Hardley Runner home in a great time of 1hour 46minutes and Liz Mould completed her rst half in 1hour 56minutes. Danii Bundy was also thrilled to smash her half PB by 5 minutes. Terry Earney, Giuliana Henry, Sarah and Mike Fitton also completed the half, running the bulk of the race together, all completing close to 2 hours – Sarah took 5 1/2 mins o her PB. Dan Latham was pleased to nish the 10k distance in 10th place, at 40minutes 36seconds. Ian Craddock was the second Hardley man home in 52 minutes and 5seconds, and Katharine Broom eld beat her 10K time by an amazing 10 mins. Vanessa Poucher was the third F60 nishing the 5k in 42 minutes and 42 seconds. Hardley Runner Andy Mans eld said : “Yesterday