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2016

  • Best Male Newcomer – Neil Stead
  • Best Female Newcomer – Abbie Bateman 
  • Most Improved Male – Steve Cowling
  • Most Improved Female – Nicole Masterman
  • Fastest Male – Martin Ineson
  • Fastest Female – Julie Masterman
  • Best Male Vet – Martin Booth
  • Best Female Vet – Julie Masterman
  • Marjorie Firth Trophy – Mark Johns
  • The Intercargill Trophy – Dave Hanney
  • Multi Distance League :1st – Julie Barker 2nd Nicole Masterman 3rd Andy Trotter
  • 10K League: 1st Julie Barker 2nd Julie Masterman 3rd Mark Johns
  • Half Marathon League: 1st Mark Johns 2nd Alison Hoggarth 3rd Nicole Masterman 

Annual Award Winners 2015

2015

  • Best Male Newcomer: James Williamson
  • Most Improved Female: Karen Harper
  • Most Improved Male: Jonny McFaul
  • Fastest Female, Fastest Lady Vet, Fastest Lady and Female Cross Country Winner: Julie Masterman
  • Fastest Male: Ryan Hamilton
  • Fastest Male Vet: Martin Booth
  • Male Cross Country Award: Ben Adderley 
  • Marjorie Firth Trophy: Mark Johns
  • Giles Harris Trophy: Patrick Harness
  • Invercargill Trophy: Dave Hanney
  • Multi Distance  League: 1st Johnny McFaul and Nicole Masterman 3rd Alison Hoggarth 
  • Half Marathon Challenge: 1st Karen Harper 2nd Nicole Masterman 3rd Mike Harvey
  • Club Person Of the Year: Dot Pullman

 

Press Report 


presentation 2015

2014

  • Best Male Newcomer: Charlie Stead
  • Most Improved Female: Carren Taun-Jackson
  • Most Improved Male: Patrick Harness
  • Fastest Female, Fastest Lady Vet, Female Cross Country Winner: Julie Masterman
  • Fastest Male: Ryan Hamilton
  • Fastest Male Vet: Martin Booth
  • Male Cross Country Award: Danny Durose
  • Marjorie Firth Trophy: Mike Harvey
  • Giles Harris Trophy: Alison Hoggarth
  • Club Person of the Year: Dave Hanney
  • Multi Distance  League: 1st Johnny McFaul and Carren Taun-Jackson 2nd Patrick Harness 3rd Nicole Masterman
  • 10k League: 1st Charlie Stead 2nd Mark Johns 3rd Nicole Masterman
  • Half Marathon Challenge: 1st Mike Harvey 2nd Steve Whitlam 3rd Mark Johns

 

20132013

  • Runners of the Year:  Andy Masterman and Julie Masterman
  • Most Improved:  Jonny McFaul and Sandy Midgley
  • Newcomers:  Patrick Harness and Clare Thornton
  • Cross Country:  Martin Booth and Julie Masterman
  • Veterans:  Andy Masterman and Julie Masterman
  • Marjorie Firth Trophy:  Julie Barker
  • Giles Harris Marathon Trophy:  Tim Harper
  • Multi Distance League:  1st Sandy Midgley, 2nd Julie Barker, 3rd Debbie Andrew
  • 10k League:  1st Steve Whitlam, 2nd Julie Barker, 3rd Sandy Midgley
  • Half Marathon Challenge:  1st Julie Barker, 2nd Tim Harper, 3rd Steve Whitlam

2012

2012

  • Runners of the Year:  Andy Masterman and Julie Masterman
  • Most Improved: Andy Trotter and jointly Debbie Andrew/ Julie Barker
  • Newcomers:  Jonny McFaul and Sam Robinson
  • Cross Country:  Martin Booth and Kay Ryan
  • Veterans:  Andy Masterman and Julie Masterman
  • Marjorie Firth Trophy:  David Locke
  • Multi Distance League:  1st Andy Trotter, 2nd= Richard Bramham and Nigel Warner, 3rd Tim Harper
  • 10k League:  1st David Locke, 2nd= Julie Barker and Andy Trotter, 3rd Richard Bramham

2011

2011

  • Runners of the Year:  Andy Masterman and Julie Masterman
  • Most Improved:  Mike Pollard and Lucy Ruhmann
  • Newcomers:  Joe Westerman and Cath Sweeting
  • Cross Country:  Dan Durose and Julie Masterman
  • Veterans:  Andy Masterman and Julie Masterman
  • Marjorie Firth Trophy:  Alison Hoggarth
  • Invercargill Trophy:  Giles Harris
  • Multi Distance League:  1st Mike Pollard 2nd Mike Harvey 3rd Tim Harper
  • 10k League:  1st Simon Greenwood 2nd Nicole Masterman 3rd Lucy Ruhmann
  • Club Person of the Year: Steve Dixon

 

2010

  • Runners of the Year:  Simon Griffin and Julie Masterman
  • Most Improved:  Tim Harper and Carlie Payling
  • Beginners:  Martin Brownbridge and Lucy Ruhmann
  • Cross Country:  Simon Griffin and Julie Masterman
  • Veterans:  Andy Masterman and Patsy Fenelon
  • Marjorie Firth Trophy:  Adam Fawcett
  • Invercargill Trophy:  Colette Leetham
  • Multi Distance League:  1st Dave Ryan 2nd Michaela Shepherd 3rd Mike Pollard
  • 10k League:  1st Dave Ryan 2nd Michaela Shepherd
  • Club Person of the Year:  Debbie Andrew

 

2009

  • Runners of the Year:  Andy Masterman and Julie Masterman
  • Most Improved:  Mike Harvey and Carlie Payling
  • Beginner:  Mike Pollard
  • Cross Country:  Simon Griffin and Julie Masterman
  • Veterans:  Andy Masterman and Patsy Fenelon
  • Marjorie Firth Trophy:  Richard Bramham
  • Invercargill Trophy:  Julie Masterman
  • Multi Distance League:  1st Tim Harper 2nd Mark Smith 3rd Karen Harper
  • 10k League:  1st Tim Harper 2nd Mark Smith 3rd Nigel Kirkby
  • Club Persons of the Year:  Sandy Midgley and Karen Mitchell

2009

2008

  • Runners of the Year:  Andy Masterman and Julie Masterman
  • Most Improved:  Richard Bramham and Jo Mouncey
  • Beginners:  Nigel Kirkby and Karen Harper
  • XC Runners of the Year:  Simon Griffin and Kay Ryan
  • Veterans:  Andy Masterman and Patsy Fenelon
  • Marjorie Firth Trophy:  Martin Midgley
  • Invercargill Trophy:  Dave Hanney
  • Multi Distance League:  1st Richard Bramham, 2nd Andy Masterman, 3rd Jo Mouncey
  • 10k League:  1st Richard Bramham, 2nd Patsy Fenelon, 3rd Andy Masterman
  • Club Persons of the Year:  Steve and Gill Lund

 

2007

  • Runners of the Year:  Simon Griffin and Julie Masterman
  • Most Improved: Giles Harris and Jo Mouncey
  • Beginners:  Mike Harvey and Sandra Brooks
  • XC Runners of the Year:  Simon Griffin and Julie Masterman
  • Veteran Runners:  Nigel Warner and Patsy Fenelon
  • Marjorie Firth Trophy:  Rob Oldridge
  • Invercargill Trophy:  Dave Hanney and Ray Smith
  • Multi Distance League:  1st Richard Bramham, 2nd Jo Mouncey, 3rd Andy Masterman, 4th Julie Masterman, 5th Dave Pullman
  • 10k League: 1st Richard Bramham
  • Club Person of the Year:  Andy Masterman

 

2006

  • Runners of the Year:  Giles Harris and Karen Bexon
  • Most Improved:  Giles Harris and Julie Masterman
  • Male Beginner:  Keith Wilson
  • XC Runners of the Year:  Simon Griffin and Julie Masterman
  • Veteran Runners:  Nigel Warner and Patsy Fenelon
  • Marjorie Firth Trophy:  Richard Anness
  • Invercargill Trophy:  Steve Lund
  • Multi Distance League:  1st Julie Masterman, 2nd Giles Harris, 3rd Mark Thompson, 4th Keith Wilson, 5th Karen Mitchell
  • Dryden & Kennedy 10k League:  Julie Masterman
  • Club Person of the Year:  Graham Walker

 

2005

  • Runners of the Year:  Simon Griffin and Karen Bexon
  • Most Improved:  Mark Thompson and Julie Masterman
  • Beginners of the Year:  Alex Davies and Julie Kaye
  • XC Runners of the Year:  Simon Griffin and Karen Bexon
  • Marjorie Firth Trophy:  Alison Hoggarth
  • Invercargill Trophy:  Ray Smith
  • Multi Distance League:  1st Julie Masterman  2nd Mark Thompson  3rd Andy Masterman
  • Dryden & Kennedy 10k League:  Julie Masterman
  • Club Person of the Year  Nigel Warner

 

2004

  • Runners of the Year:  Simon Griffin and Karen Bexon
  • Most Improved:  Mark Thompson and Julie Masterman
  • Beginner of the Year:  Carren Jackson
  • XC Runner of the Year:  Dave Hanney
  • Marjorie Firth Trophy:  Martin Booth
  • Invercargill Trophy:  Andy Masterman and Darren Wolfenden
  • Multi-distance league: 1st Mark Thompson and Julie Masterman (joint winners) 2nd Graham Walker 3rd Andy Masterman
  • Dryden & Kennedy 10k League:  Mark Thompson
  • Club Person of the Year: Steve Mallinder      

2003

  • Runners of the Year:  Simon Griffin and Sue Garrod
  • Most Improved:  Graham Walker and Sandy Clark
  • Beginners of the Year:  Mark Thompson and Alison Walker
  • Cross Country Runners of the Year:  Simon Griffin and Karen Bexon
  • Marjorie Firth trophy:  Joanne Mouncey
  • Invercargill Trophy: Mick Fenelon
  • Multi-Distance League: 1st Graham Walker 2nd Dot Pullman, = 3rd Colette Leetham and Sandy Clark 
  • 10k League: Dot Pullman
  • Club Person of the Year: Dot Pullman

 

2002

  • Runners of the Year: Alan Barnes and Sue Garrod
  • Most Improved:  Sam Hannah and Lynn Robinson
  • Beginners of the Year:  Neil Bentley and Michelle Gray
  • Marjorie Firth Trophy:  Dave Hanney
  • XC League Runner of the Year:  Karen Bexon
  • Invercargill Trophy:  Martin Midgley
  • Handicap League: 1st Karen Mitchell 2nd Phil Ounsley 3rd Ray Smith
  • 10k League:  Debbie Andrew

 

2001

  • Runners of the Year:  Martin Midgley and Sue Garrod
  • Most Improved:  Mark Smith and Patsy Fenelon
  • Beginners of the Yea:   Gavin Speers and Maxine Drewery
  • Marjorie Firth Trophy:  Gary Mitchell  (this trophy no longer restricted to the winners of the Most Improved categories)
  • Invercargill Trophy:  Roger Maguire
  • Handicap League: 1st Karen Mitchell 2nd Gavin Speers 3rd Sam Hannah

 

2000

  • Runners of the Year:  Alan Bexon and Sue Garrod
  • Most Improved:  Sandy Clark and Karen Mitchell (joint award)
  • Beginners of the Year:  Sam Hannah and Liz Binnington
  • No contenders for the Invercargill Trophy

 

1999

  • Runners of the Year:  Alan Bexon and Sue Garrod
  • Most Improved: Dave Hanney and Karen Allen
  • Most Improved Beginners:  Alan Barnes (and Marjorie Firth Trophy) and Sue Tite
  • Invercargill Trophy:  Ray Smith
  • Handicap League: 1st Sue Tite 2nd Dave Hanney 3rd Patsy Fenelon

 

1998

  • Runners of the Year:  Alan Bexon and Sue Garrod
  • Most Improved:  Martin Midgley and Patsy Fenelon
  • Most Improved Beginners:  Mark Blanchard (and M Firth Trophy) and Sharon Hibbert
  • Invercargill Trophy:  Mick Gough
  • Multi Distance League: 1st Martin Midgley 2nd Tony Shipp 3rd Mark Smith
  • 10k League:  1st Mark Smith 2nd Alan Bexon 3rd Ray Smith

 

1997

  • Runners of the Year:  Nigel Warner and Sue Garrod
  • Most Improved:  Rob Colbeck and Patsy Fenelon
  • Most Improved Beginners:  Martin Midgley and Sandy Clark
  • Invercargill Trophy   Ray Smith
  • Multi-distance League: 1st Patsy Fenelon 2nd Alan Bexon 3rd Rob Colbeck
  • 10k League:  1st Patsy Fenelon 2nd Rob Colbeck 3rd Joanne Ounsley

 

1996

  • Runners of the Year: Nigel Warner and Sue Garrod
  • Most Improved: Ray Smith and Patsy Fenelon (Patsy also won the Marjorie Firth Trophy)
  • Beginner of the Year: Alan Barley
  • Invercargill Trophy: Tony Shipp
  • Handicap League: 1st Colette Leetham 2nd Patsy Fenelon 3rd Caroline Houseman
  • 10k League:  1st Patsy Fenelon 2nd Colette Leetham 3rd Mick Fenelon

 

1995

  • Runners of the Year:  Alan Bexon and Sue Garrod
  • Most Improved Runners:  Dave Pullman (also M Firth trophy) and Colette Leetham
  • Most Improved Beginner:  Shelley Bradburn
  • Invercargill Trophy:  Ray Smith
  • Handicap League: 1st Lynn Robinson 2nd Rob Colbeck 3rd Nigel Warner.
  • Dryden & Kennedy 10k League:  1st Lynn Robinson 2nd Mark Smith 3rd Colette Leetham

 

1994

  • Runners of the Year:  Chris Smale and Sue Garrod
  • Most Improved Established Runners:  Tony Shipp (& M Firth trophy) and Joanne Ounsley
  • Most Improved Beginner: Pam Tonge
  • Most Representative Runner: Dot Pullman
  • Invercargill Trophy:  Alan Bexon 

 

1993

  • Runners of the Year:  Alan Bexon and Diane Howard
  • Most Improved Established Runners:  Paul Sleet (and M Firth Trophy) and Marilyn Shipp
  • Most Improved Beginners:  Lynn Robinson and Bill Robinson
  • Most Representative Runner:  Steve Durose
  • Handicap League: 1st Phil Ounsley 2nd Paul Sleet 3rd Tony Shipp

 

1992

  • Runners of the Year:  Norman Prentice and Sue Garrod
  • Most Improved Established Male:  Tony Taun
  • Most Improved Established Female (joint award):  Mary Johnson and Jean Everett
  • Most Improved Male Beginner (joint award):  Mark Smith and Roy Cole
  • Most Improved Female beginner (& M Firth Trophy):  Bev Ward
  • Most Representative Runner:  Colin Howard
  • Handicap League:  1st Mary Johnson 2nd Tony Taun 3rd Jean Everett

 

1991

  • Runners of the Year:  Alan Bexon and Sue Garrod
  • Most Improved Beginners:  Brian Burrow and Mary Johnson
  • Most Improved Established Runners: John Adams and Angie Tattersall  (Angie also won the Marjorie Firth Trophy)
  • Handicap League: 1st Angie, 2nd Tony Shipp, 3rd Sue Garrod.
  • Most Representative Runner: Dave Pullman 

 

1990

  • Runners of the Year:  Alan Bexon and Sue Garrod
  • Most Improved Beginners: Paul Sleet and Marina Rudd
  • Most Improved Established Runners:  Dave Pullman and Diane Howard (Diane also won the Marjorie Firth Trophy)
  • Most Representative Runner:  Colin Howard

 

1989

  • Runners of the Year: Alan Bexon and Sue Garrod
  • Most Improved Established Runners: Colin and Diane Howard
  • Most Improved Beginners: Steve Durose (also the M Firth Trophy) and Caroline Houseman
  • Club Members of the Year: Peter Gray and Angie Tattersall
  • Most Representative Runners: Dave Pullman and Diane Howard 

 

1988

  • Most Improved Beginners:  Colin Howard and Dot Pullman
  • Most Improved Established Runners: Ray Smith and Angie Tattersall  (Ray also won the Marjorie Firth Trophy)
  • Club Members of the Year:  Keith and Angie Tattersall
  • Most Representative Runner:  Roger Foster 

 

1986 and 1987

  • No records 

 

1985

  • Outstanding Male Athlete:  Paul Peacock
  • Outstanding Female Athlete:  Anne Sweeney
  • Outstanding Junior Male Athlete:  Anthony Margrave
  • Outstanding Junior Female Athlete:  Nicola Savage
  • Most Improved Male Athlete:  Keith Tattersall
  • Most Improved Female Athlete:  Ros Miller 
  • Most Promising Newcomer:  Sue Garrod 
  • Best Club Member:  Simon Ganley