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**Opportunity to Represent Berkshire in Road Running**

STOP PRESS: We have another exciting opportunity to represent Berkshire County in Road Running.

Essex County AA is holding an inter counties representative match at the Essex 20 miler, March 3rd, (to be held in Rochford, Essex)

A Berkshire team will be selected and will compete against teams from 9 other Southern Counties. Each county will field a team of 8 athletes (4M and 4F) and this is open to ALL runners, 18 years and over.

Berkshire Road Running Championships 2019

**Introduction of a new F65 category for ladies 65 years and older**

Races chosen are:

Wokingham Half Marathon, Sunday February 24th 

Maidenhead 10 miles, Friday April 19th 

Burnham Beeches 10K, Sunday August 11th

Marlow 5 miles, Sunday May12th

 

How to enter?

The championships are open to ANYONE and EVERYONE who either lives or was born in Berkshire. 

1. Enter the races as normal with the race organisers.

Cross Country Information

Berkshire County Cross-Country Championships
16 December 2018 – St Andrews School, Pangbourne, RG8 8QA

Car Parking – It is essential that you park as directed by the marshals in the school grounds. Parking will be in marked spaces between the school building and the sports hall, at the sports hall and along the right hand side (only) of the entrance driveway to the school. A one way system will be in operation in the school grounds. Please note the course does cross the entrance driveway so please obey any instructions from the marshals.

2018 Road Running Awards

Many thanks to all the road runners who made it along to the AGM last night. Its been a great year, with 151 local runners entering the Championships this year and with 128 medals and 8 Trophys spread amongst 49 runners across 10 different clubs, lots to celebrate.

For those that didn't make it, the Trophys (for most points awarded across all 4 races) went to:

MSEN Rob Corney (Reading Roadrunners)

M40 Tom Easten (Maidenhead AC)

M50 Wayne Lillis (Newbury AC)

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