Serpie Planner - event reports

Assembly League Beckenham 2.8M (04 Sep 2003)

Race at Beckenham - No. 6 in 2003 series. Results are for Serpentine runners only.

Assembly League Beckenham 2.8M (06 Sep 2007)

The final race in the 2007 series. Both men and women ended the League in 8th place.

Assembly League Beckenham 2.8M (03 Apr 2008)

Serpentine women, 6th. Men's A team, 10th and B team 9th.
218 finishers. Winner, D Lacy (Cambridge Harriers) - 14:49. First woman, C Elms - 15:31.

Assembly League Beckenham 2.8M (04 Sep 2008)

First man - P Martelletti (VPH&THAC), 14:06.
First woman - C Elms (Dulwich), 15:35.
Race distance reported to be 2.83 miles.
In these results bib number = finishing place.

Assembly League Beckenham 2.8M (08 Apr 2010)

Women's team were 5th and the men were 10th.

Next race, Thursday, 6 May at the O2 (The Dome), North Greenwich.

Assembly League Beckenham 2.8M (02 Sep 2010)

This was the final race in the 2010 series. The venue was Beckenham.

Congratulations to Fiona Alexander and Tony Bourne who each finished third in the Individual Rankings.

The women’s team finished in fourth place overall, but the men slipped back from second to fifth at the end of the series. The men’s B Team finished third.

My thanks to all the Serpies who supported the 2010 Assembly League series.

Malcolm French

Assembly League Beckenham 2.8M (07 Apr 2011)

Venue: Beckenham
Winner - man: J Connor (Kent AC) 13:11. woman: C Elms (Dulwich) 15:54. There were 178 finishers.

Serpentine teams: women - 4th. Men - 5th.

Next race: Thursday, 5 May. The O2 (Dome), North Greenwich. 7.15pm start. 5k.

Assembly League Beckenham 2.8M (01 Sep 2011)

Venue: Beckenham.

Winner: D Lacy (Camb H) 14:16. First woman: A Gounelas (Eaton M) 16:12. 179 finishers.

Series Results - Congratulations to Sarah Knox, who placed 2nd in the W35 age group after the 6 races and to Val Metcalf, who placed 3rd in the W45 age group.

Serpentine men’s team finished the league in 4th place and the women were in 5th. The B Teams placed 3rd and 5th respectively.