Ten races have now been completed in this years revised club championships, with another 5 races remaining.
Currently we have two members on the same points at the top of Division 1. However due to one member having competed in more championship races, that are in first position, due to their overall point total being greater than the other member. This should ensure that we don’t have a tie for first place in the championships.
There is a gap of 97 points between first and second in the second division, with the third placed individual being another 107 points further adrift. The points difference between first, second and third place is down to the number of races the second (6 races) and third (5 races) have completed. I expect this to change as the season progresses and hope it will develop into a tight tussle for first place.
The top two positions in division three are again being tightly contested, with only 9 points between first and second position. Again I expect this to become more intense as the season progresses.
Only four individuals have a chance of collecting the trophy for division four. This is due to the fact that runners will need to complete a minimum of seven races to be eligible to receive a trophy for winning their division. However the winner of the division is by no means clear cut, as the current leader can easily be caught by any of the others in the division.
Remember that your best performance from any Penrhyn parkrun during December will count towards the club championship. Therefore you have 4 chances remaining to obtain that personal best performance which might make all the difference to your position in the club championship division you are in.
The remaining club championship races are:
Twin Piers – Llandudno, 1pm, Saturday 13th January 2018
Nick Beer – Llandudno, 12 noon, Sunday 11th February 2018
Borders League – Caernarfon, 11:00am, Sunday 18th February 2018
Anglesey Half – Menai Bridge, 9:00, Sunday 4th March 2018
An error has been highlighted within Division 1 of the club champs.
This has resulted in Chris Thomas replacing Peter Jones as the leader in Division by 1 point.
This goes to show that it is important for individuals to review the division tables as errors and omissions can be made (after all I am human).