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Junior Home Internationals

This years JHI will be held on 23-24 September - Individual. Dumyat, Stirling, NS/815916 Relay. Polmaise Estate, Stirling, NS/776924

Junior Home Internationals

The Junior Home Internationals took place Sat/Sun 23rd/24th Sept near Stirling - with the Individual competition being held on Saturday at Dumyat, and the Relays on Sunday at Polmaise.

England took the trophies as overall winners, and as winners of the Individual competition on Saturday.

Scotland took the trophy for being the Relay winners on Sunday.

Wales beat Ireland to take home the Judith Wingham trophy

Detailed Results

Overall Boys Girls Overall
England 73 52 125 - Trophy
Scotland 47 65 112
Wales 21 47 68 - Judith Wingham
Ireland 39 16 55

 
Individual Boys Girls Overall
England 43 34 77 - Trophy
Scotland 25 35 60
Wales 15 29 44
Ireland 25 10 35
Relay Boys Girls Overall
Scotland 22 30 52 - Trophy
England 30 18 48
Wales 6 18 24
Ireland 14 6 20

The days

The individuals were held on Saturday 23rd September at Dumyat - good open moorland above Stirling University. It was a fine day following the previous evenings downpours which had left some local roads flooded near Stirling. Unfortunately, the weather didn't hold through till Sunday which took place at Polmaise Woods near CAmbusbarron. The dark overcast day and the rain made the woods quite dark. Good runnable bits of woods, linked by some sections of rhododendron.

Full Results including RouteGadget display

The 2005 JHI was held on 24-25 September on the Gower Peninsula, South Wales.  

Individual - Whiteford Burrows

Relay - Broughton Burrows

Final Points Scores

		M18 	M16 	M14 	TOTAL 	W18 	W16 	W14 	TOTAL 	   IND TOTAL 

WALES 		13	 3 	11 	27	 9 	13	 5 	27 		54 
ENGLAND 	10 	15 	13 	38 	15	 8 	14 	37 		75 
SCOTLAND	 9	 8	 9 	26	 6 	12 	12 	30 		56 
IRELAND		 4 	10	 3 	17	 6	 3	 5 	14 		31 



RELAY 		BOYS 	GIRLS 	TOTAL

WALES 		18 	20 	38 
ENGLAND 	24 	30 	54 
SCOTLAND 	24 	16 	40 
IRELAND 	 6	 6	12 


OVERALL RESULTS 

ENGLAND 	129 
SCOTLAND 	 96 
WALES		 92 
IRELAND		 43 
RESULTS

Hampsfell and Cartmel - 4/5th September 2004

RESULTS

Northern Ireland - 2003

Day 1 - Individual

Cerys took 1st place in W18, Jonathan and Becky were 3rd in M/W14. The points won as follows

Rhys 3 pts     Cerys 8 pts
Nick 2           Lizzie 2
Matthew 2     Clare 4 
Rhodri 1        Jenny 3
Jonathan 6     Becky 6 
Michael 2       Anwen 3
Boys total 16  Girls total 26

Total after Day 1 - 42 pts

We went into Day 2 with 12 clear points ahead of Ireland ready to win the first competition for the Judith Wingham Trophy.

Day 2 - Relays

We put out 2 Boys' teams, coming home 3rd (Rhys, Rhodri, Jonathan) and 8th (Michael, Nick, Matthew). The Girls' teams came 4th (Cerys, Clare, Becky) and 6th (Lizzie, Jenny, Anwen). The points score was 14 points for the Boys, 16 points for the Girls, a total of 30 points. 

Overall Results for JHI 2003 

	    Individual	Relay	Total 
 
England 	75 	50 	125 
Scotland 	65 	48 	113 
Wales 		42	30 	72 
Ireland		30	16	46 

Full Results

Wales had the glory of winning the Judith Wingham trophy on its debut.Thanks go to David Seward and Anne & Colin Darlington for giving up their free time, and missing work, so that the Junior Squad could all compete in Ireland. Also, to the coaches for all their hard work over the years. The WOA subsidised this event.

Kate Balmond - Team Manager

After much deliberation, we decided to send a team of 3 girls and 2 boys to the JHI, with the usual format of the first two counting in each class:

W14                                	M14
Anwen Darlington 	ERYRI		Jonathan Dallimore 	SWOC
Beccy Hoare 		ERYRI		Michael Bryant 		SPLOT
Lauren Ferrand 		SWOC

W16 					M16
Clare Dallimore 	SWOC 		Rhodri Buffett 		SWOC
Jenny Hoare 		ERYRI 		Matthew Jones 		SBOC
Sian Fryer 		ERYRI

W18 					M18
Cerys Manning 		SWOC 		Rhys Findlay Robinson 	ERYRI
Sian Roberts 				Dan Tinker
Lizzie Goodband 	POW 		Nick Tinker


Kate Balmond				Dave Seward
Anne Darlington				Colin Darlington

Pitlochry, Scotland - 12/13th September 2002

The Welsh Squad assembled on the Friday night at Tumnel Bridge Caravan Park via North Wales minibus, South Wales minibus, car and train. Most of us had been on the road for about 11 hours. Nevertheless spirits were high and as always there was lots to catch up on.

We had 3 caravans allocated to us and set about sorting out who was going where. Joe and Rhys FR were lucky enough to be sharing a van with me.

On Saturday morning the first starts were at 11.30, thankfully not too early a start. It was a half-hour drive to the area, which was newly mapped.

The start was on top of the hill (you may be forgiven for thinking that this meant not much climb but you would be very wrong), most of the courses still had 150m climb. The area was physically very tough.

The whole team did extremely well but the highlight of the day was Cerys Manning winning W16 despite being first in the forest (why did we put her off first you may well ask - well we didn't but that's another story) and Rhodri Buffet (again an early starter) 3rd on  M14.

RELAYS FASCALLY  2 girls teams and 1 ad hoc, 2 boys teams. Our W16's had the honour of the mass start; Cerys, Sian and Sian were all on the start line. 46 mins later the Welsh went mad as Cerys came into view leading by about 2 minutes. She handed over to Becky who flew off into the forest pursued by 3 English teams. The team eventually finishing 7th. A superb run giving the other nations a real scare.

On the start line for the boys were Rhys Findlay Robinson and Matthew. Again a good start made by Wales, Rhys coming in 4th, handing on to Rhodri who had a superb run bringing the team up to 2nd, 5 seconds behind the leaders. The team finished 6th, another excellent result.

The relays were run in brilliant sunshine with all the Welsh runners finishing with their team mates running up the run in together with their flags flying high.

Superb results in a demanding forest against top class competition.

SOCIAL  We had a sit down three course meal, which everyone enjoyed. Then on to dancing with Disco Dave (no not me, though I showed them all a few sharp moves), the evening was given a little extra when Disco Dave took a shine to Colin Darlington (and that really is another story for when the kids are tucked up in bed!!!!), mind you he was wearing a blue ABBA outfit and blond wig (not Colin). By the end of the night we were all up on the dance floor (even the coaches).

The thing that struck me most about the weekend was not the excellent results by the team but the enthusiasm and team spirit shown by one and all. As a small nation we often struggle to take a full team, with many of our youngsters doing a tremendous job 'running up' but we will never be beaten on attitude and sheer determination.

And we always do it with a smile on our faces, I even had an English runner come up to me and ask if he could join our team because we always seem to have so much fun!!   Well done to you all.

Results

W14
7th
8th
9th
10th
Jenny Hoare
Becky Hoare
Anwen Darlington
Clare Dallimore
W16
1st
7th
mp
Cerys Manning
Sian Roberts
Sian Fryer
W18
11th
12th
Sian Bolton
Heidi Adams
M14
3rd
7th
10th
Rhodri Buffett
Jonathon Dallimore
James Morgan
M16
7th
10th
Rhys Findlay-Robinson
Matthew Jones
M18
9th
11th
Richard Bean
Joe Harris
 
RELAYS - Girls
RELAYS - Boys
7th
9th
N/C
Wales 1
Wales 2
Wales 3
Cerys, Becky, Heidi
Sian R, Jenny, Sian
Sian F, Anwen, Clare
6th
9th
Wales 1
Wales 2
Rhys FR, Rhodri, Richard
Matthew, Jonathon, Joe

 James ran with Irish team N/C

  JHI

Overall

Results

        

Individual

Relay

Total

Scotland

77

50

127

England

68

54

122

Wales

44

28

72

Ireland

23

4

27

  David Seward

6-7 October 2001

Pembrey Forest, Burry Port, South Wales.      Overall Results   Detailed Results

W14Claire DallimoreJenny HoareBecky HoareAnwen Darlington
M14Rhodri BuffettRhys RobertsMatthew Jones
W16Cerys ManningSian RobertsLizzie AdamsSian Bolton
M16Rhys Findlay-RobinsonJoe HarrisDan TinkerNick Tinker
W18Emma SewardTessa HarrisonHeidi Adams
M18Peter HodgesRichard BeanEdward Nicholas

Results: 

 

EnglandIrelandScotlandWales
Total points scored1344411072
Overall Position1423

 

INDIVIDUAL MEN'S EVENTINDIVIDUAL WOMEN'S EVENT
PositionCompetitorCountryEISWPosition

Competitor

CountryEISW
M18W18
1Matthew SpeakeEngland81Becky CarlyleEngland8
2Murray StrainScotland72Becky KingdonEngland7
3Graham GristwoodEngland63Tessa HarrisonWales6
5David HealyIreland54Emma SewardWales5
7Alexander MacLachlanScotland46Louise RamsdenScotland4
10Peter HodgesWales38Niamh O'BoyleIreland3
11Ben FultonIreland29Elaine CampbellScotland2
12Edward NicholasWales112Sharon LuceyIreland1

Total points M18

147114Total points W18154611
M16W16
1Oleg ChepelinScotland81Mhairi McKenzieScotland8
2Ed KelleherEngland72Helen GardnerEngland7
3Colin OlivantEngland63Cerys ManningWales6
6Rhys Findlay RobinsonWales54Fiona BerrowScotland5
7James TullieScotland45Alison O'NeilEngland4
10Christian Foley FisherIreland37Lizzie AdamsWales3
11Joe HarrisWales28Sarah BrowneIreland2
12Eoin O'BrienIreland114Deidre CarberyIreland1
Total points M16134127Total points W16113139
M14W14
1Duncan CoombsScotland81Ruth HolmesEngland8
2Rhodri BuffettWales72Jessica HallidayEngland7
3Daniel TettEngland63Rachel SmirthwaiteScotland6
4Douglas TullieScotland54Hollie OrrScotland5
5Ed CochraneEngland48Erinna Foley FisherIreland4
9Matthew JonesWales39Jenny HoareWales3
12Kevin O'BrienIreland210Clare DallimoreWales2
13Seamus O'BoyleIreland114Martha CallananIreland1
Total points M141031310

Total points W14

155115

Total Points

37143621

Total Points

41123025
Men's RelayWomen's Relay
133E M-2England16156S W-1Scotland16
232E M-1England14268E W-3England14
352S M-1Scotland12369E W-4England12
692W M-1Wales10496W W-1Wales10
753S M-2Scotland8657S W-2Scotland8
1073I M-2Ireland6776I W-1Ireland6
1172I M-1Ireland4997W W-2Wales4
1294W M-3Wales21277I W-2Ireland2

Total Points

30102012

Total Points

2682414

 

More pictures (courtesy of Cedwyn Davies SBOC):

Bleep and Away   
Closer Look
Control 131 
Control 154
Control 171
Running
Spectator Control
Leaving the Spectator Control
Out of the woods
On to the Final Control
Running for home
Final Control
Uphill
Tunnel and Away
Towards Tunnel
Out of 154
Last leg girls
Into 145
First Control
Fence
Crossing Road
Boys Mass Start