SUMMER RACES (seniors, under 20 and under 17)
These are listed on the Fixture Card
Track & Field
Rosenheim League (Men & Women)
Low key meeting on Wednesday evenings, all fairly local - all abilities welcome, with non-scoring races for all who come.
Just turn up on the night and pay £2 for a number. First events at 6.45.
Track events: 100m. 200m, 400m, 800m, 1500m, 3000m (every fixture) plus one hurdles event and four field events. For timetable plus list of events please go to
Southern League (Men)
We are in Division 1 Central of this league. This is a higher level of competition than the Rosenheim League, but non scorers are welcome (free). You can just turn up on the day, but it would be appreciated if you contact Phil Hartnett or Paul Mitchell beforehand - they might need you for a scoring event!
For full details, timetables etc. see; http://www.southernmensleague.org.uk/index.htm
Southern League (Women)
We are in Division 1 of this league. Details on http://www.swtfl.co.uk/home.html
We are always in need of distance runners for this league!! Non-scorers are allowed.
Road and Country Races (Men & Women)
Road races are always open to all abilities. The most important races for SLH are the Surrey Road League races including the Elmore 7 (which we organise). These are listed on the fixture cards. You need to enter these individually via the race website which will give further details. Note that these MAY be oversubscribed, so enter as early as possible.
The SLH organised 10km informal cross country races on the last Thursday of May, June and July are run on Farthing Downs, 7.30 start. All abilities welcome. You can enter on the night at the SLH clubhouse, or get a reduced fee if you enter all three in advance. Entry form here.
For more details about all these events, please contact someone on the appropriate section of the Contacts page on this website.
END of XC SEASON SUPPER
Mary James and Kevin Quinn were declared the Captains' Runners of the Season at the End of Season Supper. Pam Iannella won the Ladies Points Trophy with Matt Saunders narrowly beating Billy Casserley to the Mens Cup. The Young Athletes details were: Surrey League U15/17boys team won the league, present were James and Alex Lyne, Laurie Pope, Henry Stiff, and Joe Brooks. Surrey League individual awards for the season were; Laurie Pope 1st U15 boys, James Lyne 2nd U17 boy, Joe Lyne 1st U 20 man, Amy Billups 2nd U20 woman and Tessa 3rd U20 woman. Megan Lawrence, Calum Mckinnon-Smith and Sophie Hobbs got the awards they won in the morning races. Jessica Gouveia-Slatter and Joe Seal won the U13 athlete of the season awards. Tessa Billups won the overall Junior Female Athlete of the season award and James Lyne won the Junior Male Athlete of the season award. Amelia Clark won the Sportshall athlete of the season award. Thomas Porter got a special award for helping hare all the races at Woodcote over the season. And a good time was had by all.
SURREY INDOOR CHAMPS
There were some excellent performances by our athletes over the weekend at the Surrey Indoor Championships held at the David Weir Leisure Centre, Sutton.
Alisha Reid in her first Championship took a silver medal in the U13 girls 60m running 8.48 and took gold in the long jump with 3.96.
Ethan Murray looked back to his best taking the gold medal in the U15 boys 60m in 7.56.
His brother Brandon did very well to makethe final of the U20mens 60m where he finished 5th in 7.35.
The throwers all looked really good and proved that their winter training has gone well.
Tom Bullen took the gold medal in the senior mens shot with a throw 12.26. Nathan Fergus took silver in the U20mens shot with a throw of 12.53. Calum O’Neill took gold in the U17mens shot with 11.68, and Phillip Bartlett was 2nd in the U15 boys shot with a throw of 11.76. Well done to our athletes and we look forward to seeing them compete in the coming track and field season.
SURREY LEAGUE DIV 1
A good day for our men and women in the Surrey League. At Roehampton the ladies performed well with the Billups twins both scoring for the team. Unfortunately Mary James had to pull up with a reoccurenece of her calf problem but everyone else ran to their utmost.