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BMAF XC Championships – Results

A successful championships took place yesterday in Perry Park, Birmingham. I have reproduced a message from the MMAC Chair, Irene Nicholls, to the organisers….

“Hello everyone, congratulations on a most successful Championships today.
Please accept my personal thanks and that of BMAF & MMAC for once more providing a very supportive and professional team effort – I hope that the athletes appreciate the work and planning that goes into these events.  It has been a pleasure working with you all.
Wishing you a successful season and again many thanks” ………………..Irene
A full set of results can be seen on the XC page on the BMAF Blog, please go to http://wp.me/PQ0Ea-4a

BMAF XC Championships 2011

Entry forms are now available to download from http://wp.me/PQ0Ea-2x


Owing to unforseen circumstances the BMAF Cross Country Championships 2011 due to be held in Luton will no longer take place. The event has been re-scheduled to take place on the same Perry Park circuit in Birmingham used for the 2009 Masters International Cross Country on the original date of 12th March 2011.

Midland Masters AC together with Birchfield Harriers will be putting on the event on behalf of the BMAF.

As details emerge the dedicated Blog http://wp.me/pQ0Ea-2C will be kept up to date. Please  make repeat visits and don’t forget to share with your friends & contacts by clicking the Facebook; Twitter and Email links below each post.

Tom Morris

JOGLE 2010

A group of masters from Birchfield Harriers are running from John O Groats to Lands End in May to raise awareness of leukaemia. I reproduce here an email from one of the runners with details of their website….

Please would you take a look at our web site. www.jogle2010.com There’s nothing nasty there, just some aging athletes doing something to raise awareness of Leukaemia.
Please also could you forward this mail to your contacts it really is for a good cause and we need to let as many people know what we are doing to raise much-needed funding.
For anyone across the pond we are in Great Britain.
Mike Morley.

The Team


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