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Saturday 31 December 2005

Graham B [WAC]

Posted : 08:42
Sounds like a plan. When are the entry forms out?

JENKO

Posted : 12:48
DONT DO PIES TRY AGAIN

Graham B [WAC]

Posted : 12:48
How about the beers???

Victor

Posted : 18:14

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A New Years Wish, 3 Monday Nighters in Casualty. Mind you come January i will make my monday night debut. Happy new year one and all.

steve.j [westonac]

Posted : 19:31
another year gone with my greatest achievment under my belt and my new beer belly over my belt, but hey heres to a new year injury free and getting back to what i do best.happy new year to you all including victor and i hope to see you all in 2010 when the fitness is back.

Friday 30 December 2005

Dave Jones [WAC] E-mail Dave Jones

Posted : 14:18
BBC 1 Television 'Casualty' is looking for runners to take part in a programme being recorded the 10th Jan 2006,at Old Bristolians ground, Long Ashton. They will provide breakfast & lunch,plus a donation to the Club, you need to be on site by 8am & it's an allday job. You can let me know if anybody is interested--01934 414361 You will also need runnig shoes enabling you run!!

rich g [wac]

Posted : 15:39
sounds like a job for the monday nighters, Here's wishing everyone a happy and injury free new year,even victor

Graham B [WAC]

Posted : 17:57
Sounds good to me Rich (not to sure about the running bit though!!)

steve.j

Posted : 19:59
a rare sight 3 ex monday nighters all on the message board at the same time.

Rich G [wac]

Posted : 20:40
a challenge to big bloke and jenko, sub 1.30 in the bristol half 2006 and i will buy the pie's

Thursday 29 December 2005

im not bitter [westonac]

Posted : 17:10
congratulations to Rob for getting the london marathon place and tough '''' to victor for not.happy new year to you all!!!!!!!see you on the roads next year

Returning Runner [WAC]

Posted : 18:49
Well done to Phil at Clevedon Boxing Day Race, not only was Phil first WAC Lady in, but also FIRST WAC runner in!!Where were all you guys!! Watch out boys in 2006, better get your skates on.

Wednesday 28 December 2005

Malcolm..........WAC

Posted : 08:13

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Congratulations to Rob Morgan and Debbie Brooks who were first out of the hat for the 2006 London Marathon Club places drawn on Thursday 22nd December.

Malcolm G & Ian C .........WAC

Posted : 08:23

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Advance notice of the Club Championship races in January and February for the 2006 season.January 8th Burrington Coombe-Over (TACH)January 15th Riverbank Rollick, ThornburyJanuary 19th Prom RunJanuary 22nd Broadclyst BimbleFebruary 5th Longleat 10kFebruary 12th Tough TenFebruary 16th Prom RunFebruary 19th Dursley DozenFebruary 25th Endurance Life Coastal Half/Full MarathonFebruary 26th Dalwood 3 Hills, AxminsterDetails of these races can be found on links through the calendar page.A full list of all Club Championship races for 2006 will be posted as soon as the race diary for next year is produced.Any questions re the above please contact Malcolm or Ian.

Victor - social sec

Posted : 12:49

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Diary Date - February 10th 2006 - club dinner and awards night to be held at the Beechlands Hotel. Please let me know if you can attend as I need numbers during the first couple of weeks of January.

Shaun Callaghan [Webmaster] E-mail Shaun Callaghan

Posted : 21:37
To all WAC Runners.
Please click here to check your marathon times for 2005.
Let me know if your best time is wrong or missing.
Thanks.

Tuesday 27 December 2005

E-Bayer

Posted : 09:01
Neale, if you do the right search on e-bay you will be able to make a bid for the most wonderfull Charman Bobbys said bit of paper. Worth bidding to see if any of the luck rubs off on you. Cheques or paypal are accepted and delivery wrapped round a brick through your window is thrown in....

Dr Gillian McKeith

Posted : 12:23
You leave Bobby alone, he's done really well this year loosing all that puppy fat !

Slightly Goofy Pot Hunter

Posted : 17:59
Victor - (Lame Leg Clicker), I prefered Firestarter.

Sunday 25 December 2005

Victor

Posted : 18:47

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Seasons greetings and goodwill to all ( except Chairman Bob, Goofy pothunter,and the monday night massive). I hope everyone has a good xmas. Can we look into changing the way the club draw takes place , the old bit of paper from an envelope clearly labelled morgans seems to result in old Bobby's name coming out far to frequently. Maybe a system as used in the world cup with different balls in different pots and the use of a german supermodel would result in a far fairer cross section of the club getting hold of the prized place. Anyway Happy Christmas

Wednesday 21 December 2005

Shuffler

Posted : 19:19
You smell awful too

Monday 19 December 2005

Ginnie Hayes [WAC] E-mail Ginnie Hayes

Posted : 12:45
Message for Paul O'Mara,I believe you may have picked up my WAC Fleece at Thursdays Prom Run, it has my name on the lable, if you did, can you please bring it to the next Prom Run in January and leave it with Dave Jones in case I don't see you. Thanks.

Ginnie [WAC]

Posted : 12:50
Message for Jim Wotton,We have lots of teabags for the cafe at the Hangover 10k, so you won't need to buy any, we'll bring these with us on the day.

Rich G [wac] E-mail Rich G

Posted : 14:30
hi mark,if the grizzly place is still available could i have it please, as soon as i get my own computer back i will email you to sort out money,cheers.

seaton cliff watch

Posted : 14:55
please not we do not allow any fat boys up on the cliff banks due to the risk of subsidence.

P.C World

Posted : 15:01
Could Mr Rich Griffiths please contact us regarding the images that we have found on your pc when under going repairs.We do find the pictures of sheep in Weston A.C shorts quite disturbing and would like to know who the guy in glasses is.

Mark Brock [WAC] E-mail Mark Brock

Posted : 17:30
Hi Rich,No problems the Grizzly place is yours good luck!

Malcolm .........WAC

Posted : 18:15

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2006 LONDON MARATHON CLUB PLACESA Reminder that closing date for this is Tuesday 20th and the draw will take place on Thursday night this week.................We have been fortunate in securing two club places for the 2006 event. Any Weston AC member who has applied and been unsuccessful and would like to go into the club draw need to indicate their interest by placing their details on the form which is posted on the club notice board in Hutton Moor before Tuesday 20th December.The draw will take place on the evening of Thursday 22nd December on Neale's 'Special' Xmas Run

Rich G

Posted : 21:53
yes i realy should have deleted those monday night sheep appreciation run photo's the shorts were jenko's.the cliff's are safe in seaton, getting stuck in the mud is more of a worry. thanks mark if your down on thursday for victors mystery tour, i will pay you then (neale we did the soverien center last year)

Rich G

Posted : 21:55
yes i still cant spool

Sunday 18 December 2005

Kira [WAC]

Posted : 19:36
Tracy LewisHave you seen the picture of yourself at the Sodbury Slog? If not go to http://www.bittonrr.co.uk/slogo5pics/Pict0481.jpgIt's a good one!

STEVE.J [WESTONAC]

Posted : 19:50
AFTER VIEWING THE PICTURE OF TRACEY IT MAKES MY BACK DOOR RUNNING PROBLEMS SEEM VERY TAME

Malcolm.................WAC

Posted : 21:54

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I know how popular the GWR Towpath Series is and that some of you had difficulty entering this year because they were full. Well now you can get advance entry forms on their website www.greatwesternrunners.org.uk These are only available for club runners up until 1st Feb when entries are open to anyone.Dates for next year are: Race 1 Friday 12th May - 7.30 p.m. Race 2 Friday 16th June - 7.30 p.m. Race 3 Friday 21st July - 7.30 p.m. Race 4 Friday 4th August - 7.30 p.m. Race 5 Friday 25th August - 7.30 p.m.

Saturday 17 December 2005

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 09:07

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Hi Simon, Congratulations to you both, await the photo in the baby gallery!!Hope to see you back running in the new year, injury free.

Tom Marshall [WAC] E-mail Tom Marshall

Posted : 18:47
Due to the damage HM Customs did on my left foot I now have a spare number for the Hangover 10k. Let me know if you plan to be sober enough and can make use of it. 07779 700972

Mark Brock [Weston AC] E-mail Mark Brock

Posted : 21:03
TomI will have your place for the Hangover 10k if no-one else wants it. Also if anyone is interested I have a Grizzly place going as I am on holiday that week.

Tom [Part-Timers AC]

Posted : 21:26
All yours Mark. I'll post it on Monday

Friday 16 December 2005

Si walsh. Proud dad!

Posted : 08:00
Hi, hope your all ok?Just thought i'd share my bit of happy news with you.My wife gave birth to our little girl on monday the 12th december. Two and a half weeks early.She weighed spot on 5lb, but is doing really well.We've named her Melanie.Good luck everyone who has entered for the london draw.See you soon. Si.

steve.j

Posted : 10:13
congratulations simon best wishes to u and your family

Thursday 15 December 2005

Ginnie [wac]

Posted : 09:53
Rob, can you please check with the restaurant that they actualy do 'cod & chips with mushy peas', otherwise tony's going to be starving.

Liz Green [Weston AC] E-mail Liz Green

Posted : 16:18
Wyvern Christmas CrackerIf anyone lost anything at the College, I have a small collection of other people's things. Please email me to discover if what I have is yours!

Liz Green [Weston AC]

Posted : 16:27
for Malcolm and Dave JonesPeter Green didn't get his race t-shirt so could you please save him a large one. Also, will Dave Jones reserve a small grey (committee version) one for me, thanks.And Dave - the clock was NOT dropped at Cheddar. It was round my neck the whole time. It was the victim of two separate accidents at the Mendip Muddle (not guilty).

Wednesday 14 December 2005

The Fat Buster's Club

Posted : 12:33
I heard Tony dont like omelete

Crap Curry Hater [Weston ac]

Posted : 18:37
If anyone touches my omelette tomorrow night i will hack off there privates with a blunt stanley knife blade.

Tuesday 13 December 2005

Bryan Morley [Wide Awake Club]

Posted : 14:49

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KathleenI have used Physio's from the Jonathan Webb Clinic in Bristol in the past. Pete Tang was the chap that helped to sort me out. Telephone number 08450 604466.

Monday 12 December 2005

Phil Williams Race Director.

Posted : 09:11
Wyvern Christmas Cracker 2005.I would like to thank all WAC members,family and friends for their help yesterday in making our Race such a success. It is now such a major event that we need over 150 people to organise it properly . For those of you who were unable to make the Prize Giving, Chris Vacher from BBC Points West kindly donated a cheque on our behalf to Weston Hospice for 1,500. Last year with sponsorship from the runners they raised close to 20,000. We hope they do so again this year. Once again many thanks to all concerned and don't forget to ask Malcolm for a T Shirt if you have'nt already got one.

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 17:10
I need to book an appointment with a Physio, and would appreciate if anyone in the club could recommend someone? Thanks KathleenPS Sorry Rob I'm unable to attend the Curry night but will help out at the prom run.

Friday 09 December 2005

Rob Morgan E-mail Rob Morgan

Posted : 12:46

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*****CURRY-CURRY-CURRY-CURRY*****If your name isn’t below and you want to come for the curry next Thursday after the prom race, let me know because I'm sure I’ve forgotten some people!!Me!!, Neale, Geraldine, Steve B, Jim & Sue White, Ruth & Mark, Natasha,, Phillipa, Phil, Bryan, Ginnie & Tony, Mark Dunstone, Rich Coleman, Malcolm, Pam & Chris, Claudine, Kevin, Jane.

Claudine

Posted : 13:18
Rob - unfortunately I can't actually make it (should be there for the Prom, but not the curry .... me thinks I have my priorities wrong!!)By the way - how on earth has Ginnie talked Tony into going??!!

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 20:13

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I expect he will have omelette and chips!!

Cath Crook E-mail Cath Crook

Posted : 20:21
Hi. I am running the Xmas cracker (no 5550), I need a child care place in the creche, but have not booked my child in. Are there any places available? My child is 6years old. Please could you let me know ASAP.Mobile 07881 511640. Thanks

Thursday 08 December 2005

Phil (bird)

Posted : 16:28
No worries Kira, will probably go anyway but will make an effort to be on time if you're going. Have a v. attractive orange sized lump on my thigh which wobbles and is turning blue...shouldn't stop me training tho. My no. 07966 023545

Kira

Posted : 16:58
Philsee u there 12.30Arm OK now but snap with the thigh business!!

Wednesday 07 December 2005

Kira [WAC] E-mail Kira

Posted : 15:55
Hi Phil (bird)Don't know if you get on the web much so this message may get to you in time - My arm has totally seized up after coming off bike today so don't know about swimming Friday. (having difficulty picking Charlotte up!!)If you e-mail me i can get back to you thurs evening/fri am to let you knowDespite this i enjoyed the ride!hear from u soon

Beamer [WAC]

Posted : 22:29
Kira, not out riding with Kit were you ?I wish you women would learn, know your limits - stick to the Kitchen !

Tuesday 06 December 2005

marcia vowles [great western runners] E-mail marcia vowles

Posted : 16:59
has anybody got an entry available for sundays christmas cracker ?

Sunday 04 December 2005

Kit

Posted : 14:50
Fair comment. I'll try and make it.

Saturday 03 December 2005

Further Cracker Update

Posted : 11:12
Thanks Graham. If you get there for 4.30am, we can make double sure that we get the job done before normal people wake up. Hopefully it'll be freezing cold. Will you be okay in the back of the open topped lorry coz Adrian likes to sit in the warm cab. That's the spirit.

Santa's little helper

Posted : 14:40
Even though the firestarter has left us for the pothunters, we are still subjected to his humour.I For one am looking forward to freezing my bits off for the good of the club.

Malcolm.............WAC

Posted : 20:43

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Thanks to Rich G, Graham and Kira for their offer to help with the early start and set up the course. As I have actually spoken to Rich first he can take the spare place and the breakfast! Apparently it just means him leaving Sands Nightclub a bit earlier than normal and stumbling down to Waves Cafe!. We still have race jobs for all three so thanks for the extra commitment and offer of support.Apparently with our donation and race sponsorship, Weston Hospicecare raised in excess of 12,000 from the Wyvern Christmas Cracker in 2004. This year runners are raising money to fund an extra nurse needed for the In-Patient Unit and hope to raise more than 15,000. I am sure you will agree this is a very worthy cause.So a big thanks to all of you who are able to help on the day as it simply would not happen without this support.8 days and counting so there is still time to sign up!!Malcolm 01934 813340

Friday 02 December 2005

Further Cracker Update

Posted : 13:24
Sod the free breakfast ... what about free thermals. Bah Humbug!!

Graham Brooks [WAC] E-mail Graham Brooks

Posted : 21:57
MalcI'll do the early start if you still need someone to do it. Let me know if you do.

Thursday 01 December 2005

Malcolm Gammon [Weston A.C.]

Posted : 09:09

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Xmas Cracker 11th December MARSHALLS NEWSTo all Weston A/C Club Members who have offered to help with our race.Many thanks for all the help and support offered for the Xmas Cracker Race on the 11th December. Course set up team (Martin T, Adrian M, Jamie T, & Pete J) meet at 05.30 and the start/finish set up team (Jim W, Steve B, Tony S, Neil J, Adrian M & Rich F), at 07.30. Both meet at Waves Café. We would like one more person if possible to help with the course set up team so please let me know if you can get up early.......Free Breakfast included!!Can all the other Club Members who are helping please report to the Marshall's Caravan (kindly supplied by Mendip Caravans) at 09.00 a.m. This will be sited next to Waves Cafe which is opposite the Cabot Bars on the prom.With over 1500 entries we need all the support we can get so if you have not yet offered to help please give me a call and let me know if you can support us on the day, it will be very much appreciated.Your support will help to make sure this another successful and very popular race. Malcolm 01934 813340

Malcolm Gammon [Weston A.C.]

Posted : 09:07

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2006 London Marathon Club Places Unsuccessful applicants for the 2006 London Marathon will now be receiving their notification letters. We have been fortunate in securing two club places for the 2006 event. Any Weston AC member who has applied and been unsuccessful and would like to go into the club draw need to indicate their interest by placing their details on the form which is posted on the club notice board in Hutton Moor before Tuesday 20th December. The draw will take place on the evening of Thursday 22nd December on Neale's 'Special' Xmas Run Malcolm G.

Cracker Update (Not Malcolm Gammon)

Posted : 23:27

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The aim this year is to have more Marshalls than competitors. Lets show them how to organise a race. Anyone who hasn't got a specific job to do can just get out of bed early and hang around and get cold. That's the spirit.

Wednesday 30 November 2005

Disappointed Ex Firestarter

Posted : 21:09
Bobby didn't leave that message, he is to busy waxing his legs. Glad the Goofy one is going i can get on with some serious monday night training.

Tuesday 29 November 2005

F/S

Posted : 00:54
Cheers Rob - its the early morning cracker starts/D Day landings that I will miss most. However once a Firestarter, always.... To be honest I could take no more of the Monday nighters, their crap humour and even worse smelling. Adieu

Mr Harry [Hills Angels]

Posted : 11:40
But WAIT! if f/s OFF where's Bardi going to get his new trainersand who's grooming the badgers for the badger parade 'PARADES OFF!'

Monday 28 November 2005

Big Bloke

Posted : 07:18
Who's that then??

Sunday 27 November 2005

Puddle Monitor

Posted : 09:44
Message for Rich Griffiths:Rich,Should you decide to enter the Brent Knoll race today please remember to watch out for the puddles at the race start. We wouldn't want a repeat of the puddle head butt we saw last year!RegardsMr P.Uddle

rich griff [wac]

Posted : 14:46
thanks mr p uddle, still resting at moment, but will be back to anoy and entertain at some point,probably when gerry and tony are better, take up cricket tone you obviously have a good knowledge of the rules,hope ginnie is as enthusiastic!.oh almost forgotVictor, a grand victory for the welsh last night, i feel a double grand slam coming on, UP THE WELSH.

Ginnie [WAC]

Posted : 15:19
Gerrie, I'd definitely opt for osteo, fixed my hip when it was playing up.Girls, If any of you understand what Tony is on about, please let me know, tried to understand, but I think he's now given up on me!!!

Disappointed exFirestarter [Weston a.c]

Posted : 20:48
On what has been a sad weekend for sports lovers, i have more bad news to report. A Likeable slightly goofy triathlete who has worked tirelessly for the good of our club for many years(including early starts on the Cracker),has decided to go professional and move up the M5 And join some gloryhunters. I Would like to think he will be missed.

Saturday 26 November 2005

Tony. ( The poor injured one)

Posted : 17:52
For the ladies. Cricket is so easy to understand. just read the following..The Rules of Cricket.You have two sides, one out in the field and one in. Each man that's in the side that's in goes out, and when he's out he comes in and the next man goes in until he's out. When they are all out, the side that's out comes in and the side thats been in goes out and tries to get those coming in, out. Sometimes you get men still in and not out. When a man goes out to go in, the men who are out try to get him out, and when he is out he goes in and the next man in goes out and goes in. There are two men called umpires who stay out all the time and they decide when the men who are in are out. When both sides have been in and all the men have out, and both sides have been out twice after all the men have been in, including those who are not out, that is the end of the game!

Friday 25 November 2005

daffyd [only gay in worle village]

Posted : 02:32
look you larry if any ones havin a sausage curry night its me boyo.

Ginnie [WAC] E-mail Ginnie

Posted : 16:27
Girlies,After a little nudge from Claudine (ta for reminding me :-)). Get together at my flat (don't wanna put my address on here due to all the heathens that frequent this site!!!)(email me for directions) 2nd Dec., bring food, drink and anything else you want, start at about 8pm, push top bell several times, I'm a bit hard of hearing!!! See you then if not before. All females welcome!

Celtic Warriors

Posted : 18:49
We Love you too ginnie, heathens indeed, dont forget we gave up wearing skirts and having our hair long hundreds of years ago, dont get any asbo,s will you, keep the noise down there are a lot of oaps round by you.

Gerry H (aka miss fed up) [WAC]

Posted : 20:15

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Thanks Ginnie, will be there.Went for my first run in 5 weeks last night, very sensibly only ran for 30 mins, great to be out there again.Woke up this morning with sore hip, groin and thigh!!Suggestions please, do I opt for gp, osteo or physio?

DR RUTH

Posted : 23:52
simple Gerry tell victor not to be so rough.

Thursday 24 November 2005

obi one [jabba the hut]

Posted : 22:05
i see princess lea's on the front cover, look out skywalker!!!!!

Tuesday 22 November 2005

Larry Grayson

Posted : 22:40
That couldn't possibly have been his message - he knows just how precious bottoms are!!

Monday 21 November 2005

Jim White

Posted : 23:01
On second thoughts stick the curry night up your arse....

Sunday 20 November 2005

Happy R.D.

Posted : 19:17
Many thanks to all who turned up and got stuck in at the Cracker Party on Friday. Our new venue with excellent facilities made the Stuffing all the more enjoyable. Sorry this annual event is only open to a select and chosen few but if you want to be selected you know what to do !!

Pipsta

Posted : 21:59
Rob - thanks, please put me down for a xmas curry.

Friday 18 November 2005

Rob Morgan

Posted : 08:01

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Ginnie,All that time spent in my kitchen making the perfect post prom run snacks and you didnt even bother staying!!

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 14:11

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Perfect as invisible!

Gerry King [WAC] E-mail Gerry King

Posted : 14:35
The Wilderness ARC is on Channel 4 tomorrow morning (Saturday) at 7.30 a.m. We did very badly so won't feature on the programme but if you want to see what we actually do when we say we're off for a 5-day expedition race then it's worth watching (or recording!)

Larry Grayson [WAC] E-mail Larry Grayson

Posted : 16:27
I would very much like to book my place for the curry night please along with the wifee. To avoid unseeemly tantrums this year, someone let me know when you are leaving the pub!!

ben dover [ooo get her]

Posted : 17:22
only if you promise to shut that door on your way out.

Thursday 17 November 2005

Duncan Dissorderly [asbo ac]

Posted : 22:34
put me down for a curry Rob please.

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 22:39

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Mr Stokes, what can I say, many a laugh was had tonight thanks to the return of one black jacket containing one very dodgy Bristol City Council Pass!

Wednesday 16 November 2005

Rosemary Conley

Posted : 16:19
Should now be plenty of room in the resturant.

Brian Conley

Posted : 21:05
It's a puppet, ok so long as your all wearing green track suits

Ginnie [WAC]

Posted : 21:33
1.Rob cakes only on Thursday please!2.Jenko, my sister-in-law did the food as a favour, but the girl who runs our canteen at work might be interested, I'll let you know.3. Rob, put us down for a curry please.4. Griff, Jenko and Big Bloke, better get the scales out before Xmas and santa belly gets here!!!

Ginnie [WAC]

Posted : 21:36
PS Steve, just re-read your email, you flatterer you, I wish!!!

Tuesday 15 November 2005

Rob Morgan E-mail Rob Morgan

Posted : 10:25

136 messages | 7 events entered.
Ahh that time of year is nearly on us once again so tis time to make a diary note - DECEMBER 15th post prom race curry! let me know if your coming.

Rich G. [wac absentee]

Posted : 19:22
no currys or going to ginnies party for steve(jenko) graham(big bloke)or me, as i think we have become the three fat boy amigos,unless its a sainsburys healthy option of course!our dress's do not fit anymore.

Monday 14 November 2005

Rob Morgan

Posted : 16:34

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Who put that on??

Sunday 13 November 2005

rob

Posted : 19:59
ginnie, been whisking all weekend with my right hand so expect something light and creamy...!

Saturday 12 November 2005

Roger Hart E-mail Roger Hart

Posted : 12:44
New video now showing on my spring adventure at www.100kmdelsahara.com

Ginnie [WAC]

Posted : 19:25
Girlies,Party still on at my flat on 2nd Dec., been ill, but will be at the Prom on Thursday, c u all there and the cakes this time Rob???!!!!

Ginnie [WAC]

Posted : 19:27
Just to clarify Rich & Steve, the party is for girls only - NOT guys in ladies clothing!!!!

steve.j [viceroya.c] E-mail steve.j

Posted : 21:38
sorry ginnie cant make it im on a lads weekend in newcastle then, thanks anyway for the invite. while you are on who did your food for your 40th birthday any chance you can email me the details. many thanks

Friday 11 November 2005

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 11:29
steve, grand atlantic or the royal, cant think of any other venues at mo,how about a marqee on the beach lawns,dont like to think your on planet notgetinany.

Graham B

Posted : 19:55
SteveWhat about the beachlands??

Thursday 10 November 2005

Rob Morgan

Posted : 08:02

136 messages | 7 events entered.
MESSAGE SENT TO ME TODAY, IF ANYONE WANTS AN ENTRY CONTACT JIM DIRECT -Hi i,m Jim Hill (Langport Runners) & thru illness (Flu)my son &I are unableto take up our 2no enteries in the Cheddar HM.If you know of anyone wanting a place I would be happy to make the no,savailable.Iwould like the entry money for themContact 01823421341eve. 01278785678day 07771702725mobbest regardsJim H

regina hull E-mail regina hull

Posted : 12:19
Larry, I have available some items that say Weston,Mo.I have pottery,tote bags,weston throw,wine coasters and pillows. If this is of interst to you email me and I can give you more information. Thank you, Regina

sell sell sell

Posted : 12:56
Its getting like e-bay on here!

The real Phil (bird)

Posted : 16:20
Kit you're so obvious...and you know what they say about people that call everybody else gay....

rich g [wac absentee]

Posted : 16:30
can i ask whats the route for tonight,if its hills i may have a slight niggle and go for a swim instead, dont want to end up a fat boy like jenko.

UK Tri ards

Posted : 16:35
is that why he's known as Kit IM FREE Stokes.

STEVE.J [westonac] E-mail STEVE.J

Posted : 21:40
hi im what u call knee deep in the ':>?does anyone know of a venue that would be ideal for a wedding reception on a saturday night, tried the cricket club but due to the cricket season it is in constant use on a saturday night.been meaning to book this since july but you no how it is im a busy boy so im now in the bad books. please help my sex life depends on it

Paul O'Mara [Weston A.C.] E-mail Paul O

Posted : 21:42
Shaun if you still have a number left for Cheader half, could you please contact me on 642609, I have also left a message on your mobile, thanks pauL

Paul O'Mara [ Weston A.C.] E-mail Paul O

Posted : 22:24
Neale I have spoken to Shaun and I now have a number for Cheader. If it is still ok To go up with you, what time are you leaving sat?

Wednesday 09 November 2005

Shaun Callaghan [WAC] E-mail Shaun Callaghan

Posted : 16:02
Does anybody want an entry for the Cheddar Half Marathon? I have two spare numbers. The organisers are happy for numbers to be passed on as long as the new runner registers. Tel. 07919 328293.

Phil (Bird)

Posted : 20:32
I'll have it coz I'm gay and don't want to do the Cornish Marathon.

blodwen [baa lamb harriers]

Posted : 21:17
does that make you the only gay in the village phil, anyway tis a good warm up for the cornish, it's only 26 miles a doddle for you.

Monday 07 November 2005

Phil (bird)

Posted : 09:58
Thanks Gerry and Mark...forgot to check website and went from Swan at 8.30..missed you by half hour Mark. Sorry!

Sunday 06 November 2005

Graham B [WAC]

Posted : 11:02
Or me don't think getting a club place two years running would be to popular!!

Saturday 05 November 2005

Rob Morgan

Posted : 08:18

136 messages | 7 events entered.
This is when I wish I had filled my cheque stubs in !

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 14:17

255 messages | 75 events entered.
Boo Hoo my cheque has not been cashed, no surprise there then probably going to be my 5th rejection in so many years which should mean definate entry in 2007!!Looks like my name will once again be in the club draw and probably NOT picked out of the hat for the 5th year in a row!!

Rob Morgan

Posted : 14:33

136 messages | 7 events entered.
Gerry, your starting to sound a bit bitter !!

Larry W. Weston E-mail Larry W. Weston

Posted : 15:43
An unusual request... with the last name of 'Weston', I'm looking for items with the name on. Do you have any complimentary items you could send? Anything I can purchase? Thanks kindly,Larry W. Weston6E. Fleming Ave.Lewistown, PA 17044w6@verizon.net

Steve.J

Posted : 22:14
dont worry gerry you wont be up against me for the club draw this year, wont be putting my name in the hat!!!! saves the evil daggers if it got pulled out

Friday 04 November 2005

steve.j

Posted : 12:23
As per Grahams message has anyone had their chqs cashed yet for London?????

Phil (bird)

Posted : 15:16
Anyone up for a long run on Sunday? Or is anyone going and doesn't mind me joining them?

Bryan Morley [WAC]

Posted : 15:48

195 messages | 42 events entered.
Yep, my London cheque has been cashed however it's not a guarantee you've got in if you've opted for the money to go to 'chhhhaaarrriiitty mate' if you fail in the initial ballot.

Graham B [wac]

Posted : 15:54
Bryan looking at the runnersworld website if your cheque was cashed on the 28 th then the chances are you are in

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 19:39

255 messages | 75 events entered.
Hi Phil,the usual gang are running from the walnut tree 8.15am Sunday, wont be there myself (dodgy leg still). Probably wont be long enough for you,they are only going as far as Crooks Peak at the moment.

Mark Brock [WAC] E-mail Mark Brock

Posted : 23:24
Hi Phil, I'll be out on sunday at the swan at 8.00am for a long one.

Tom [WAC]

Posted : 23:31
Just checked bank account online and FLM cashed my cheque on Nov 2nd. Unlike last year when I failed to get a place, this year I did not bequeath my entry fee. Bugger.... Looks like it's goona be a tough winter

Thursday 03 November 2005

Teresa King

Posted : 11:39
Hi LaurenceThanks for your nice message - it's really lovely to hear from you. Hope everything is going well for you too.Love Teresa

Monday 31 October 2005

Simon Frampton [Great Western Runners] E-mail Simon Frampton

Posted : 08:36
I usually run in the Hangover 10K. Will you be putting an entry form for next year's Hangover 10K on to your website?Regards,Simon

Jim Wotton [WAC] E-mail Jim Wotton

Posted : 22:26
Entry forms for the Hangover 10K, to be held on the 1/1/06 at Sand Bay, will be available and a copy on the site soon. Entry limit will be 250

Sunday 30 October 2005

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 17:30
well done to kevin, Jane, and last but not least mike,kevin's been telling me for ages he can keep it up longer than mike, your not wrong, entry form for the cornish is in the post to you kev!

Saturday 29 October 2005

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 15:43
Good Luck to everyone who is doing the Snowdonia Marathon this weekend. Will be thinking of you when I'm at home being lazy!!!

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 18:11

255 messages | 75 events entered.
Thanks Pippa for organising a very interesting evening last night!Best of luck tomorrow, Jane,look forward to seeing your name ahead of the guys!

Friday 28 October 2005

Sally Brock [wac]

Posted : 12:07
Hi Kathleen,ref Friday night. I'm already feeling bleary eyed due to late nights with work this week so don't think I'd be much fun! Another time...Thanks Sally.

Big Bloke [WAC]

Posted : 12:41
For those who have entered for London. They have started to cash the cheques.

Roger Hart

Posted : 20:16
Just to make sure anyone who new Jim Dixon in the 1980s (London Marathon over 55 winner 2hrs 36mins. World age best 400metres age 55. London to Brighton 6hrs 30mins approx.) who died October 12th Papworth Hospital is aware that there will be a memorial service at St Peters Church, Baytree road, Friday 11th November at 2.30p.m. A man whose life was spent enjoying athletics.

Thursday 27 October 2005

Kathleen obo Ginne [WAC]

Posted : 20:33
FTAO Weston Girls Message from Ginnie:- Put the 2nd December in your diary for the next girls night at Ginnies! Bring a bottle and some munchies!Always a giggle, newcomers welcome!

Alan Cooper [Soon to be WAC!!!!] E-mail Alan Cooper

Posted : 21:28
I am looking for an entry for Cheddar Half Marathon, I am new to this having recently 'broke my duck' at Bristol and then getting an entry to Cardiff the week after. Cheddar is full but I am looking for someone who is unable to take part. I am looking to join WAC soon too.......Give me a call on 01934 641675

Wednesday 26 October 2005

Kathleen obo Pip [WAC]

Posted : 19:23
WAC Girls (in particular, Geri, Phil, Sally and anyone else interested)....Re the ladies night at the Rugby Club this Friday, tickets 10, starts 8pm. Pip has asked who from the club is going? please can you provide an update so I can confirm back to Pip no later than tomorrow either way. Thanks!

Tuesday 25 October 2005

Sally Brock [Weston]

Posted : 12:49
Hi Kathleen,It must have been your 'pep' talk before the race that did it!Anyway, I thought you had tired legs!!Well done to you too.Sally

Monday 24 October 2005

Ginnie [WAC]

Posted : 08:02
Hi Marcella,Yep, baked tato was in the oven waiting for me when I got home!!C U Tuesday.

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 16:42
Sally!I have a wee bone to pick with you!! Apart from the fact you ran a faster time than Bristol and as a result get a PB, if that wasn't enough, you ended up beating me by 18 secs (no wonder I didn't see you in the race)!!!! On a serious note, WELL DONE to you, you deserve it! Hears to the next time!

Sunday 23 October 2005

Sally and Mark Brock [Weston AC]

Posted : 19:33
Hello to everyone who ran the Stroud half Marathon today. WELL DONE to all!I think there were 7 of us, especially well done for those who achieved PBs.Catch you later!

Friday 21 October 2005

simon [taunton ac] E-mail simon

Posted : 00:22
Hope you're all in fine fettle. Does anyone by any chance have a number for the Cheddar Half? They're playing hard to get! cheers

Laurence Stone

Posted : 14:22
Hi Teresa,Congratulations on the wedding, I'm really happy for you!All the best,Laurence x

Marcella [WAC] E-mail Marcella

Posted : 17:46
I would like to thank Ginny and Roger for there help on thurs eve.Ginny i hope your supper was ready when you got home.

Thursday 20 October 2005

Les McKeown [Bay city rollers]

Posted : 13:07
always new we would make a come back in weston - super - mare, if you'd like to borrow my jeans and scarf again Ginnie all you need to do is ask' Give a little love '

Wednesday 19 October 2005

Ginnie [WAC]

Posted : 12:45
Gutted not to be in Ladies Prom Run Team, can I be club mascot please??!!!

Rob Morgan

Posted : 14:39

136 messages | 7 events entered.
Ginnie, we have been let down by both our goat and bearded Welsh sheep, you can be ours if the girls don’t want you (but do you mind wearing Tartan?)

F/S

Posted : 18:32
Perry Somers - I've heard of him - he's a legend. Perry contact the big guy on 07736791026

Tuesday 18 October 2005

Perry Somers

Posted : 22:09
Can any one please put me in contact with Pete Telford as I have lost his contact number and I am back in the UK, I can be contacted on 01665 577352. Thanks one and all.Perry.

Monday 17 October 2005

Kevin Minty [Weston AC] E-mail Kevin Minty

Posted : 12:40
Still not running, so Stroud Half number up for grabs!Mail me if you are interested.

steve.j

Posted : 21:30
oh and i came back with the same pair of pants so theres a bonus

Sunday 16 October 2005

Wordsmith

Posted : 12:21
Over the hills and far awaya twelve mile run, furthersome sayup to the peak it realy wasa blastpity realy that steve waslast!

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 17:06

255 messages | 75 events entered.
last! He did finish then?Or did you have to drive over to Loxton to pick him up Rich?Hope the breakfast was worth the pain!!

steve.j [snailac]

Posted : 19:31
yep a cracking run this morninggot stung by by a horse fly, fell into a ditch(thanks to dominque full pulling me out)and was on my feet for 2h 45mindefo turn back at loxton next time. (if there is a next time).

Matt

Posted : 20:55

85 messages | 64 events entered.
Just wanted to check, will the Monday Night run start at 7pm tomorrow?

steve,s coach [wac]

Posted : 22:43
you cant give up jenko, i realy will miss the full fry up with extra fryed bread,sausages,scrambled egg,tomato,hash browns,toast,fryed eggs,fryed potatoes,bacon, beans, mushrooms, black pudding, and a gallon of coffee,definatly worth all the pain.

Saturday 15 October 2005

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 16:59

255 messages | 75 events entered.
Sunday Morning RunFrom this Sunday we will be reverting back to our winter route across the fields and up to Crooks Peak. Approx 12 country miles.Anyone interested meet 8.15am Walnut Tree carpark.(Steve, that includes you!!)

Tuesday 11 October 2005

Roger Hart [Weston A C] E-mail Roger Hart

Posted : 17:42
We are looking for a radio which was not handed in Sunday at the Mendip Muddle think it may have gone home with someone. Can you let me know if you have come across it just e.mail me. Thanks.

Sunday 09 October 2005

Pipsta [WAC]

Posted : 19:36
Ladies Night Fri 28th Oct 7pm to late, WSM RFC, tickets 10 from pip.

Saturday 08 October 2005

Andy Devereux [WAC]

Posted : 08:53
Steve, yes I will be doing the prom run in Nov (providing the next lot of cosmetic surgery goes well).

Friday 07 October 2005

steve birmingham - brackla harriers [brackla harriers] E-mail steve birmingham - brackla harriers

Posted : 02:27
myself and a few members of brackla harriers are coming over for the weston prom 5k in november.i used to live in the weston area so i am particulary looking forward to participating. i checked your membership listing and there were a few names i think i remeber from years ago. ( i lived in congresbury 15 years ago and went to churchill comp) one name i definatly remember is andrew deveraux.will he be running on that night ?

Rob Morgan

Posted : 08:02

136 messages | 7 events entered.
Good to see people visiting our web at 2.30 am!! You just try keeping any WAC member away from the prom run we all love them soooo much.

tecno nerd [no sense of humour]

Posted : 10:12
ever heard of video conferencing, thick head !!!!!!!!!

Steve Dx

Posted : 16:35
I'll be racing. It'd be gr8 to see you again. I'm now a transexual, hope that doesn't but you off Steffi xxxx

Thursday 06 October 2005

Rich G. [wac absentee]

Posted : 10:19
Ginnie, that bearded Iranian gentleman that phoned you trying to sell nuclear warheads was definatly not me!

His Biggest Fan

Posted : 17:42
Happy 60th to a Running Legend. Drinks are on Tony this evening

Its good to talk

Posted : 22:34
how would she know if he was bearded if he was on the phone dumb ass?????

Wednesday 05 October 2005

Gerry King [WAC] E-mail Gerry King

Posted : 08:29
For those of you interested in adventure racing, the Bristol Rat Race (which took place in June) is on Channel 4 on Saturday at 7.30 a.m. (Probably one to record unless you suffer from insomnia!)

Pipsta [Westonac] E-mail Pipsta

Posted : 19:07
Hope to get further details on Ladies Night tomorrow nite, will keep you posted re tickets. Will be at weston rfc & last time had male strippers & lots of topless rugby players selling lots of lovely alcohol!

Ginnie [WAC]

Posted : 20:23
Debbie,Work No. 01934 839403Home No. 01934 643967PS Fellas, (Rich Griff & Jenko especially) no funny calls please!!!

steve.j [fatboyz]

Posted : 21:12
i can put my wac yellow shorts on and sell/drink the alcohol no probsdont think i have a booking at the moment for that night.

Monday 03 October 2005

Rich Coleman [WAC]

Posted : 20:09
Well done to Kit Stokes (WAC), 1:16 at Bristol Half. Shame he still can't fill out his own entry form !

Sunday 02 October 2005

Ralph Underwood [Westo AC]

Posted : 16:52
Burnham half marathon ;Total nightmare at 11 miles. Engine room ran out of steam !! Thanks to Chris Balman for pulling me round. Excellent time of 1.49.07 not !!

steve.j

Posted : 19:49
well done to you all at the bristol/burnham halfs gutted i could not race this year but i will be back next year(hopefully)also well done to trickster for having the courage to do the london to brighton race. hope you got discount in the soho massage club i told you about great for sports massages honest

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 20:28

255 messages | 75 events entered.
Good turnout by WAC runners at Bristol today, I think I counted 20 of us whilst trying to pass time along the portway, well done to everyone, especially those of you gaining pb's!Special thanks to kathleen, who must have covered at least half the course to cheer us on, kept popping up everywhere!!Never mind Ralphy! Theres always next time, don't let Chris take the p***!!!

Saturday 01 October 2005

Burnham Warriors

Posted : 10:48
Sounds like you are on a promise their Roger,you might even get a pb, dont forget the vaseline dont want any chaffing!!!!!

si walsh [wac] E-mail si walsh

Posted : 17:24
good luck everyone racing sunday. i'll be in the crowd somewhere at bristol, taking snaps and cheering you all on.if anyone is absolutely desparate for a race number for bristol, mine is also going spare.

Friday 30 September 2005

steve j [wac]

Posted : 00:33
pipster or kathleen, if you need any help with your 'proper' girlie night, i can help you, yes i leave my hat on

the real steve.j

Posted : 11:06
you need to get to bed earlier rich

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 18:56
Hi SallyGot your message, and will do!Waiting to hear back from Pipsta for more details.PS Good Luck for Sunday!

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 18:58
Good Luck to all who are running in the Bristol Half on Sunday.....I will be at St Marys Redcliffe ready to cheer you all on!ALSOGood Luck to those doing the Burnam-on-Sea Half on Sunday.....Roger, I will be waiting with anticipation to see your time!! Have a good one!

Thursday 29 September 2005

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 16:03
if anyone would like a free entry to sundays burnham on sea half,my entry is available, email me if you want it, race entry that is!and steve j dont forget blue for a boy, pink for a girl.

Rich G. E-mail Rich G.

Posted : 16:03
oops forgot the important bit.

Sally Brock [Weston]

Posted : 20:18
Hi Kathleen,The 28th night out sounds interesting! May be you could let me know the details?

Tuesday 27 September 2005

the only gay in the village

Posted : 19:18
steve j, can i have your pink shirt when you have finnished with it boyo.

Kathleen [WAC] E-mail Kathleen

Posted : 21:25
FTAO Pipsta (the lost one)!Nice to hear from you!Ref Girls night on 28th, yes definitely up for that! I mentioned to Ruth who may also be able to make that date. Waiting on confirmation from the other girls! Unfortunately Pam and (it looks like Ginnie) are away that weekend! Will catch up soon!

steve.j

Posted : 21:25
yes rich u can have it back now

Monday 26 September 2005

Ginnie [wac]

Posted : 10:26
steve j(gay pink t shirt boy)thats tony the pony, if you dont mind.

Rich G [WAC]

Posted : 11:00
a big well done to Phil & Nasher,a realy great performance, when are we putting our entry's in for the 7x7x7??

steve.j

Posted : 11:03
nothing wrong with a bit of pink now and again!!!!!

Phil Mellor (Crocked Again!) [WAC] E-mail Phil Mellor (Crocked Again!)

Posted : 14:25
My neck still won't withstand more than 8 or 9 miles without seizing up, so I have an entry for the Bristol Half on Sunday if anyone wants it. e-mail to phil.mellor@quintec.com

Ginnie

Posted : 22:01
At least my impersonator can spell my name correctly, so it can't be Jenko or Riff Griff!!

Sunday 25 September 2005

Tony Sperrin [Weston AC] E-mail Tony Sperrin

Posted : 13:42
For the Mendip Muddle i am also looking for a hand to lay out the course on the Friday 7th Oct. So far i have 2 others to help me,(who have done it previously and know how to lay out the course). If i can find a 3rd then the job can be done in about 3 hours each team of 2. Again let me know if you are free on the friday and can spare the time. Thanks

Pipsta (O Lost One!)

Posted : 22:12
As I understand it, guys should refrain from sex before racing, but girls should go ahead, it enhances our performance, lucky us! If any girls are interested in a proper 'Ladies Nite', I'm getting a party up for one at the rugby club Fri 28th Oct, have a think & let me know, would be great fun. Sorry not been running much due to work, lots of rugby physioing, getting horse fit, house hunting (have now reverted to Plan A, which will probably take a year to complete), and now seeing a consultant for investigations. I now have a second rugby physio till xmas & hoping things go to plan hope to come out for thurs nite runs soon, c u then, luv pip x x

Saturday 24 September 2005

Tony Sperrin [Weston AC] E-mail Tony Sperrin

Posted : 11:09
I am still looking for a few more people to assist on the Mendip Muddle on October 9th. If you are able to help then please phone or e mail me. many thanks Tony 01934 413908

steve.j

Posted : 17:05
sorry tony maloney but im in manchester that weekend hoping england will beat austria. and on the subject of beating will gerry make it a double against tricky ricky or will tricksters day time training regime pay off.

Friday 23 September 2005

Dr Love

Posted : 08:23
I think its fine as long as you can find somewhere to have it and you don’t rip or crumple your race number.

Popeye

Posted : 08:34
I was once told it was good pratice to whack one out the night before a race as it improves preformance.Cant say i have looking at my current times.

Oh ! I've dropped my soap ! [Cottage Runners]

Posted : 14:00
Reading the front page of this weeks Weston Mercury, it looks like you'll be able to have sex minutes before the start and and minutes after the finish of every prom run !

Thursday 22 September 2005

si walsh [wac] E-mail si walsh

Posted : 22:00
FAO jayne gillardsorry jayne, won't be able to run the west mendip way with you this sunday. buggered my leg up good and propper training on the beach tuesday night. sorry!

a question for the panel [wac]

Posted : 22:03
i have been asked by an interested party, is it ok to carry on having sex before a race, or how soon before an event should you stop to ensure you are at your peek so to speak, ive heard so many conflicting reports,is there a definitive answer.

Wednesday 21 September 2005

Not only but also [get your t*ts o**t] E-mail Not only but also

Posted : 00:56
The boy stood on the burning deckPlaying with fire crackersOne dropped down his trousersAnd blew orf both hiskn(censored by sara)rs

Wordsworth [WAC]

Posted : 09:34
An ode to a night out in Weston:So to Weston town centre our male runners go,A hundred pounds a head they'll surely blow,Not on theatre or cultural shows,But on loose women, curry and lager that flows.Victor is our leader...a man of great height,With his dashing good looks he's a pleasing sight,A fine veteran runner...he's a leading light,With a big fat wallet you can't call him tight.First to the bar....he'll surely be,'A creme de menthe, barman!' he'll desperately plea,With Kevin on vodka and Tony on tea,They'll be plenty of lager left for Adrian and me.A belly full of beer all drunk in a hurry,It's twenty past eleven and time for a curry,Spicy food awaits...not swill and slurry,For Curry Gardens cooks the best Ruby Murray.The morning draws near and the air is damp,With twenty quid left it's off to Vamps,With gyrating girlies you trousers feel cramped,They're real men you see...not wimps or camp.With no money left the entertainment is done,The look on their faces is one of glum,But fear not my lads, transport will come,Just swallow your pride and call you mum!So 100 each the boys did spend,On beer, food and women...a worrying trend,But tucked up in bed the night does end,The boys of Weston AC...the best of friends.

Kevin [Weston AC] E-mail Kevin

Posted : 09:56
Due to a collision with an idiot on a moped, got a Cardiff Full Marathon number going. Anyone interested mail or call me on 01934 518016.

Kathleen [WAC] E-mail Kathleen

Posted : 17:03
FTAO Sally, As per our chat last night, this is the website address:-http://www.physioroom.com/index.asp

Rich Coleman [WAC]

Posted : 21:46
FAO Tony Sperrin,Tony, A few of us usually run the muddle course on the morning of the race and stick up the remainder of themarker tape. Do you need us this year ?

Tuesday 20 September 2005

poets corner [WAC]

Posted : 13:27
There once was a runnerCalled victorHe's fast and he's slimSome say quite dimRealy quite shallowEspecialy in yellowHe wears frilly knickersEats bars of SnickersMoans all the time its agood job Gerry keeps himinlineThats our social secretaryVictor/Victoria

Wordsworth [WAC]

Posted : 16:01
Running for Weston is like a drug,You can't get enough...you've caught the bug,Running is great...that's what we do,But writing poetry .... forget it please do!So put away your pencils and pens,Instead go running up hills and fens,With Nike on foot and lucozade in hand,Together we make a merry band.Away with the rhymes and lyrical verse,It's time for Victor to dig deep in his purse,So to Weston I pray the boys will embark,On a social evening for fun and a lark.With the kitty nearly empty and their heads in a daze,Only the totty can avert their gaze.So be upstanding I ask thee...dump the prose!For a social evening is required, I do propose!

Painfull!!

Posted : 17:10
poet-• noun 1 a person who writes poems. 2 a person possessing special powers of imagination or expressionCome on can you really call yourself a poet!! just ask for a night out.

Oo you are awfull [BUT WE LIKE YOU]

Posted : 18:45
I thought P,O,E,T,S stood for/push off early tomorrows saturday.

Monday 19 September 2005

Green Cross Code man

Posted : 13:37
I saw an unnamed Club member driving down to the prom race last thursday. Their tax disc had expired and their left brake light wasn't working. What kind of club has WAC become. Can we all check that our MOT's are up-to-date and refresh our knowledge of the highway code. Sorry to be a bore.

Saturday 17 September 2005

Weight watchers [horizontal surfing ac]

Posted : 12:12
The two people in question have to train during the day, as their respective loved one's keep them busy tied up doing other things!

Mr Whippy [99 0R A 69]

Posted : 13:47
Would the Wilts ice cream van & its driver (which secretly poses as an electrical wholesaler) please get of my patch i do the schools around Weston so please stop parking outside them.

Friday 16 September 2005

Victor

Posted : 21:01

141 messages | 75 events entered.
As a popular local delivery man with established electrical wholesaler, it has been my misfortune to be delayed by 2 large wide slow moving loads. Former monday night stalwarts(who have piled the pounds on)in secret daytime training regime. My advice to any fellow motorists is knock them down. Bray + Griffiths will be able to repair any damage to your cars.

Wednesday 14 September 2005

Colin Thompson [WAC] E-mail Colin Thompson

Posted : 22:33
Langport Tri Entry available - September 25th.

Tuesday 13 September 2005

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 20:29
Ref the next Girlies Night!Having checked the calendar for forthcoming races in October, the best date looks like Friday 14th.......What do you think girlies?????????

Monday 12 September 2005

Fat Bloke

Posted : 08:15
What's wrong with you Rich, give me a bottle of Cider,Mars bar,Bottle of beer etc any day to a piece of tin. Hey Rich with the amount of runs you do, you will need to replace those trophy cabinets every 6 months, live for the future not the past

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 10:39
bit of a clue as to your weight problembeer/cider/choc,medals are very low calorie,unles there chocolate of course,

Rich Coleman ( Back from Sabbatical ! ) [Weston AC]

Posted : 13:28
Rich G.You're getting as bad as Mr Stokes - Pot Hunter !

Colin Thompson [WAC] E-mail Colin Thompson

Posted : 19:15
Due to a torn cartilidge I have a Bristol half marathon and Cardiff half marathon entries available.colintommo@yahoo.co.uk

Steve.J E-mail Steve.J

Posted : 22:21
Due to drinking to much Stella i have a Bristol Half Place Available.

Sunday 11 September 2005

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 17:40
there i was this morning, happily driving to seaton, rain falling, but thinking its ok, my favourite half, and if all else fails,'i get a medal to add to my collection' but lo and behold, not only have they altered the course, for the worse in my view, 'still not unhappy as i said, i get a medal(if i finnish)' but no all that effort and all we got was a grotty bottle of cider,so come on organisers get back to giving those shiny metal things some of us like to collect. any one else feel the same?

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 22:19

255 messages | 75 events entered.
Entry forms for next years Grizzly can now be downloaded from the Axe Valley Runners web site. There is a direct link to the site from our calender.Would hate for any one to miss out!!PS Well done to you few who ran the Seaton half today.

Wednesday 07 September 2005

the real Rich G [wac]

Posted : 10:34
ok stop trying to stitch me up.here's an idea for you Neale,i went to the butcome brewery on a tour last night, realy very intersting, maybe able to organise a social run from there next summer,plenty of parking and its situated in wrington,so not to far to go, the ale's not bad either.

Tom [WAC] E-mail Tom

Posted : 13:38
Paul O'Mara. Call or Mail ASAP so that I get this Priority Entry for Bath Half to you before the deadlineCheers. 07779 700972

runners joke of the day (not rude)

Posted : 20:53
Subject: Running shoes... > >A man was ordered by his doctor to lose 75 lbs as soon as possibledue> >to very serious health risks. As he wondered how in the heck he would> >ever do it, he ran across an ad in the newspaper for a GUARANTEEDWEIGHT> >LOSS PROGRAM.> >> >'Guaranteed. Yeah right!' he thought to himself. But desperate, hecalls> >them up and subscribes to the 3-day / 10 pound weight loss program.> >> >The next day there's a knock at his door, and when he answers, there> >stands before him a voluptuous, athletic, 19-year-old young ladydressed> >in nothing but a pair of Nike running shoes and a sign round herneck.> >> >She introduces herself as a representative of the weight losscompany.> >The> >sign reads, 'If you can catch me, you can have me!'> >> >Without a second thought he takes off after her. A few miles later,> >huffing and puffing, he finally catches her and has his way with her.> >After they are through and she leaves, he thinks to himself, 'I likethe> >way this company does business!' The same girl shows up for the nexttwo> >days and the same thing happens.> >> >On the fourth day, he weighs himself and is delighted to find he has> >lost 10 lb. as promised. He calls the company and orders their 5- day> >/20 pound program.> >> >The next day there's a knock at the door and there stands the most> >stunning, beautiful, sexy woman he has ever seen in his life, wearing> >nothing but Reebok running shoes and a sign around her neck thatreads,> >'If you catch me, you can have me.'> >> >He's out the door or after her like a shot. This girl is in excellent> >shape and it takes him a while to catch her, but when he does, it is> >worth every cramp and wheeze. For the next four days, the sameroutine> >happens.> >> >Much to his delight, on the fifth day, he weighs himself and found he> >has lost another 20 lbs, as promised.> >> >He decides to go for broke and calls the company to order the 7-day /50> >pound program. 'Are you sure?' asks the representative on the phone.> >'This is our most rigorous program.'> >'Absolutely,' he replies, 'I haven't felt this good in years.'> >> >The next day there's a knock at the door and when he opens it hefinds a> >muscular guy standing there wearing nothing but pink running shoesand a> >sign around his neck that reads, 'If I catch you, you're mine.'

F/S

Posted : 22:38
Rich G - you should try Comrades.

Tuesday 06 September 2005

Bryan Morley [WAC]

Posted : 01:23

195 messages | 42 events entered.
Hi All (again!)Back in Lima (Peru) after a fab 6 days in Cusco and Machu Picchu etc. Fantastic country although Lima is a bit pants to be honest compared to Cusco. Would recommend Ecuador/Peru as a holiday destination to anyone. We're off to Miami for the last leg of the honeymoon tomorrow morning (up at 3.30am!!). At last there will be sun without the pesky mosquitos. Looking forward to showing off my comedy tan lines and mosquito bites. Julie says Hi too. See you all soon.

Steve.J

Posted : 20:11
Would Mr Kit stokes please contact Mr Steve Jenkins on 07879 476706 or 0117 3003818Thank you.

Shuffler [WAC]

Posted : 20:50
Wow Bryan - sounds like an awesome honeymoon. maybe we could arrange a slideshow down at Hutton Moor when you get back. how cool would that be?

Firestarter

Posted : 22:07
Jenko - I have an entry for Bristol now. Cheers. Back to your reserve list.

Firestarter

Posted : 22:13
Everybody - Rich Coleman says they have the best goodie bags at Ironman Austria - therefore its a must do race. That embodies the Ironman spirit for you! I'm with Team Pete Telford - IMUK for me in 2006.

Rich G.

Posted : 23:12
ironman! id rather pour petrol on myself and set fire to it, sound familliar!!!!!, anything less than 54 miles and your a big pussy.

Thursday 01 September 2005

hue gass [WAC]

Posted : 01:31
top five boobs1. adge2. claudine3 gerry4 jenko5 pam

Rich G. [wac] E-mail Rich G.

Posted : 17:27
on monday the 5th of september a few of us are running the west mendip way, there is a couple of spare seats, should anyone be interested in a long run,leaving 11.30 from esporta,email me if you can make it, but i will be away sat afternoon till monday morn.

Shuffler [WAC]

Posted : 23:29
Bryan, what else you been upto on your honeymoon? I can't help thinking what a fab time you must be having. Update us soon. Cheers

Wednesday 31 August 2005

FiFi Trixiebell ( vamps lapdancer)

Posted : 21:45
Brian what a shame you are no longer available you will be greatly missed. Don't know where i will get the money for my cosmetic surgery now.

roger daily [oo matron no!]

Posted : 21:56
dont worry fifi,jenko will take bryan's place once his backs better.

Tuesday 30 August 2005

Bryan Morley [WAC]

Posted : 13:07

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Hi AllGreetings from Ecuador! Sorry ladies but I´m now off the market and on my honeymoon. Went to the Galap gos islands first and saw close relatives of Kevin Hudson (aka marine iguanas) plus many of his cousins (only joking mate!). Just come back from a jaunt in the jungle for 3 days. I have not been able to get in any altitude training coz as soon as I try I get a headache. Shortly off to see a volcano (5600m above sea level) and then onto Peru (Matchu Pichu or however you spell it) followed by a chill session in Miami. Thanks to those who made it to the wedding...it was good to see you. How about we have a gallery on the website of photos of club members wearing their club jackets at far flung places. Rich G would win in the Antartic but it could be interesting? Anyway, I hope you are all well and might see some of you at the Seaton Half.TTFNBryan

Monday 29 August 2005

shedmaster [two sheds ac]

Posted : 12:18
it's official! Jenko has bought a shed,pipe and slippers next then steve or is it the home brew kit,dont burn it down when you have a barbque will you !!!!

Sunday 28 August 2005

motty

Posted : 21:19
Nicolas Anelka

Saturday 27 August 2005

confectionery question

Posted : 01:19
where do all the posh people live.

Friday 26 August 2005

I know the answer but want some confirmation [WAC]

Posted : 07:53
Are you sure he was part of the French team that won in 98??Must have been a sub as he didn't play in the final

Font of all knowledge

Posted : 07:56
No FA cup final were played between 1940 and 1945 cos of the war

the answer

Posted : 09:58
yep in the france 98 teamplayed for man city last seasonyou must have it now?????

Dick E-mail Dick

Posted : 10:56
Did someone try the KIloCalculo, they provide a new communication spot, you can send any message or picture.It's really interesting tool.

Rob Morgan

Posted : 18:49

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Thanks Neale for arranging last nights social-was great fun even in the dark!!

Thursday 25 August 2005

JO LO TOP TEN [WAC]

Posted : 01:13
1 TONY S2 GERRY H3 PHIL B4 PAM W5 GINNIE6 LIZ W7 RUTH8 JANE9 SHAWN H10 NEALE J

Midday Teaser [Westonac]

Posted : 12:44
Which football player has won the World Cup, European Cup,Premiership, The F.A Cup, Champions leauge, but was still playing in the premiership last season.

Give us a clue [WAC]

Posted : 12:58
Was Patrick Viera?

going to brazil [question of sport]

Posted : 14:49
ronaldo?

kevin keegan [waccers]

Posted : 18:43
pele

question of sport

Posted : 21:52
what team won the 1943 fa cup final

quizmaster

Posted : 23:05
all wrong but he is french

Wednesday 24 August 2005

Kira & Nick Thorpe

Posted : 10:28
Well done on Sunday Tracy. We were thinking of you mid afternoon.....HOT.Hope you enjoyed it.See you in the pool soon

Kira

Posted : 10:29
NathashaI owe you some sponsor moneytell me where to send it

Tuesday 23 August 2005

Rich Coleman [WAC]

Posted : 09:44
I'm impressed Gerry, the only times I thought women were interested in were 20 min @ 220 degrees / gas mark 8 !!!Looks like Tracy's splits were:2.4 mile swim - 1:17112m cycle - 6:4726.2 run - 3:37plus a bit of time in transition.

german porn star [hairy section wac]

Posted : 11:54
and anything longer than three minutes, dont forget rich.

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 17:43

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Well Mr Coleman, you are skating on very thin ice with that comment!!

Delia

Posted : 20:02
Mr Coleman that should be gas mark 7 not 8

shane

Posted : 21:03
i dont now about ovens, but were going to barbque the poms thursday.

john mac [horse racing pundit.]

Posted : 21:31
if you want to be realy contraversial,women can cook but they cant park, or reverse.

Monday 22 August 2005

Rich Coleman [WAC]

Posted : 16:18
Congratulations to Tracy Lewis on completing Ironman Uk, 394th in 12:21:48.Respect !

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 17:22

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Well done Tracy, especially in that heat.What were the split times?

Sunday 21 August 2005

MUSIC FAN [SORTED RESPECT DUE.]

Posted : 00:05
BREAKING NEWS, OASIS ARE STILL S**T,UNLIKE WOMEN AND FINE WINE,THEY DONT IMPROVE WITH AGE.

Monday 15 August 2005

Ginnie [WAC] E-mail Ginnie

Posted : 18:07
Brian & Julie were wed yesterday in spectacular surroundings, day was bright, sunny and enjoyed by all, watch this space for photo's coming soon!!

Sunday 14 August 2005

Gerry & Neale [WAC]

Posted : 21:56
Big thank you to Roger & Val for their hospitality today. Excellent bbq,fab puddings and seeing Paula winning gold, what a great way to spend a sunny Sunday afternoon. Same again next year please!!

Saturday 13 August 2005

Victor

Posted : 21:54

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Good luck and best wishes to Brian and the soon to be Mrs Morley, hope all goes well. Don't drink to much and enjoy time away , it will give us a chance to catch you up in the hotlegs trophy.

Friday 12 August 2005

Hercule Poirot [belgium ac]

Posted : 12:14
ok so oo is ze long lost wac runner,i have as you say, not ze clue.

Thursday 11 August 2005

Long lost WAC runner

Posted : 06:56
Anyone going running from Hutton Moor tonight as there is a race on??

three go mad in somerset [guinness is good for you.]

Posted : 23:09
rather than race the compton dandy, we decided in honour of lance armstrong, to re enact one stage of the tour de france, im not sure wich stage includes 3 pub stops, but hey,at least one of us was riding on the right side of the road,wobbling even before we got to the beer stage,15 miles three pints and no crisps or even nibbling on nobbys nuts, cross training dont you just love it,ps phil hunt were are you???????

Tuesday 09 August 2005

Jo Robinson E-mail Jo Robinson

Posted : 10:09
I have 3 entry forms available for the 2006 London Marathon should anyone require one. Pls provide address so I can post them or contact me on 644280.

Monday 08 August 2005

si walsh

Posted : 21:23
would someone like to run in the compton dandy who hasn't yet entered?i have a race number that has been paid for, and is up for grabs. for free!according to gerraldine they are usually quite good at changing the names over.any takers?

steve.j ref compton dando

Posted : 22:11
you will probaly find a steve jenkins number there as well please feel free to use it no good to me

Sunday 07 August 2005

Roger Hart E-mail Roger Hart

Posted : 18:29
Dont forget Sunday 14th after 12.30 BBQ at Rogers House. Would appreciate if you plan on coming could you let me know, need some idea of numbers. Thanksphone 812689 or e.mail

Saturday 06 August 2005

Steve.j

Posted : 10:59
Many emails regarding the willy wonka golden bristol half ticket so to keep it fair i will let the first person who emailed me have the race number.It aint over till the fat ladys sings regarding my back so the next two weeks will determine (spelt wrong i know im hungover)if i can run it or not.Quick fire stokes(so ive heard) has first .What u reckon it will fetch on ebay tricks????

tricks

Posted : 11:22
oo at least 50p

Fat bloke

Posted : 12:56
when are all of us former dyslexic unday ighters going out for a curry then, maybe a few diet cockes, all cast members welcome.

Big Bloke [WAC]

Posted : 16:20
hen ver ou ant o rrange t at loke

Friday 05 August 2005

Colin T

Posted : 18:33
Hi Steve there is a bloke at work who is interested in your entry for the Bristol half.I have emailed you the details.Cheers.

wac lady's

Posted : 22:46
are you giving up sex as well steve ???

Thursday 04 August 2005

Watson [WAC]

Posted : 15:22
Doesn't involve fishing but has something to do with frogs legs (keeping french connection)

Steve.J [westonac] E-mail Steve.J

Posted : 21:19
Well after all these years i finally got my back looked at and the results were mixed.I have the fitness of an 18 year old, great hip bones, great lungs, blood pressure 120 over 60, resting heart rate 58.Problem is the xrays showed my back is $%^@ed. so it was nice to see you to see you nice but my come back quest is cancelled while i under go treatment.Just cycling & swiming for me now.If anybody can be bothered to find out if you can take someone elses number for the Bristol Half under there own name i would reckon mine will be up for grabs.If you cant change the name and you have to run under my name please ensure you can run under 1hr 40m 16sec but not any quicker than 1hr 39min 59 sec so i can beat it in 2006.Thank you and goodnight.

Wednesday 03 August 2005

sherlock holmes [the case of the missing vest]

Posted : 10:40
thank you andy for finding the first vital clue to the whereabouts of the missing wac member, i believe big bloke has been kidnapped by the french and as we speak is being forced to tread grapes and eat garlick by proffesor moriarty, find the yellow shorts and the trail of empty gell sachets, and weve got him.

Dr Watson [WAC (ish)]

Posted : 11:15
Big Bloke alledgedly spotted ponding the streets of Weston on 2nd August in a determined effort to find motivation after the Marathon. Has not lost his running vest though.

sherlock holmes

Posted : 13:33
so moriarty, we meet again!

Moriaty [WAC]

Posted : 14:09
Dont know where dont know when!but I know well meet again some sunny day

kelly's hero's

Posted : 15:24
will you stop it with those negative waves, moriarty.

Moriaty [WAC]

Posted : 15:39
Take it from me thats pretty positive compared with the last couple of months

odball

Posted : 17:21
the best cure for PMT (post marathon trauma)is another marathon,

moriaty [WAC]

Posted : 17:25
thats why I've applied for London again

Ginnie (WAC)

Posted : 21:02
Hey Jimbo, just as I was coming back to challenge ya, you take a fall!!Hope it heals fast, what colours the plaster... pink or blue???!!!

professor plums [in the library with the candle stick]

Posted : 22:03
watson, whats ponding, is that a cross between running and fishing.

Ginnie (WAC)

Posted : 22:19
Hey Jimbo, just as I was coming back to challenge ya, you take a fall!!Hope it heals fast, what colours the plaster... pink or blue???!!!

jimbo [crocked wac]

Posted : 22:52
if you must now, its an it'sy bit'sy teeny weeny yellow pocker dot plaster, that the nurse put on me the other day.

Tuesday 02 August 2005

Bryan Morley [WAC] E-mail Bryan Morley

Posted : 13:55

195 messages | 42 events entered.
Sorry to hear about your dodgy ankle. You have my sympathies!--------------------------------------OK you guys, are we going to have a Weston A.C. Senior Team for the Prom races or what? The first one is only next month! Any volunteers to form a team? I'm up for it (and for being part of a team!).

Wise Man [Early risers ac]

Posted : 21:47
When the alarm goes off at 6am and you roll over in bed and sink your head into the pillow and think **** it im not going out this morning, just remember this your competitor is already up and out there training to beat you.Now get out of bed and train!!!!!!!

Andy Devereux [WAC]

Posted : 21:58
found in Esporta mens changing rooms 2-Aug-05, 1 WAC running vest (large) now being held at main reception.Bryan - I up for senior prom team.

Monday 01 August 2005

Ruth [WAC] E-mail Ruth

Posted : 19:14
Jim White finally gave up and went to casualty today. Broken ankle - plaster up to the knee!

pete ballard [wac]

Posted : 19:44
Oh right, some people will do anything to get out of the endurancelife enduro!

Kit

Posted : 20:27
Get well soon Jim you big shandy.

steve.j [westonac]

Posted : 21:44
get better soon Mr S.A.S

Sunday 31 July 2005

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 11:34
sorry i did not make this mornings run,the thought of all that free chocolate steve's offering, is making me tired, if i apply for all three jobs, do i get three lots of chocie?

Saturday 30 July 2005

steve.j [westonac] E-mail steve.j

Posted : 22:20
sorry forgot to put,for more detailscall me on 0117 3003800 main line or direct on 0117 3003818.free chocolate for all that apply courtsey of willy wonka

Thursday 28 July 2005

Steve.J [WESTONAC] E-mail Steve.J

Posted : 13:48
Wanted Newey&Eyre Bristol1X Telesales1X Stores supervisor1X DriverIf you know anyone that might be interested please get them to send a cv to the below email address.Start date 5th sept.Shaun, if you need to remove this no probs just me being cheeky and knowing alot of people look at this.

Wednesday 27 July 2005

Bryan Morley [WAC] E-mail Bryan Morley

Posted : 09:22

195 messages | 42 events entered.
I can recommend the Jonathan Webb Clinic at the BUPA Hospital in Clifton, Bristol. Pete Tang is the chap sorting my ITB/Knee problems out. For details check out:-http://www.kneeguru.co.uk/html/knee_clinics/clinics/jonathan_webb.htmlGood luck!

Altenative medicineman [outdoor pursuits club.]

Posted : 10:23
I found that buying a van with a matress in the back or a camper van, or maybe a bigger car,sorted my knee troubles out, small cars are murder on your knees.

Steve.J [Weston ac]

Posted : 13:10
Does he play the essential selection at the same time Brian???

si walsh

Posted : 19:07
cheers bryan. will try bupa.also, i quite like the other idea of getting a bigger car.anyone for monster truck racing?

Firestarter [U/A]

Posted : 21:06
Good work Jenko - I like your style

Tuesday 26 July 2005

si walsh E-mail si walsh

Posted : 21:46
can anyone recomend a good physio for knee problems? preferably local. thank you.

Monday 25 July 2005

Rob Morgan

Posted : 07:59

136 messages | 7 events entered.
A big thank you to Steve and Claire for a great night on Saturday. I think It's fair to say we all had a great time on the run, with the food and drink after most welcome....Thank You Again.

Friday 22 July 2005

wac lady's

Posted : 00:33
so liz where were you tonight, did you have mountain bike trouble, a problem with your nipples perhaps , brake cables that is.

Thursday 21 July 2005

Inch High Private eye

Posted : 12:24
Dont worry Kevin, wont be long now before the old order is re established.Mike was spotted last night in the hungry horse, eating a huge mixed grill and what appeared to be a table full of empty pint glass's.

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 22:49
thanks neale for organising a very enjoyable night to night,more of the same please.

Wednesday 20 July 2005

Lance A [Discovery channel]

Posted : 00:46
Hi lizmountain bike be fine,unless you can wait until the end of the tour when mine will be redundant.

Tuesday 19 July 2005

Bardi c [Wac]

Posted : 00:38
hi Lizmountain bike will be fine, see you thursday.

Claudine

Posted : 13:37
Bear with Sore Head - Sounds like a plan to me ... (not even sure we need the BBQ)!!!

Monday 18 July 2005

Liz Wiggins [Social Duathlon]

Posted : 08:08
Do I need a road bike for Thursdays training? I only have a mountain bike which only goes so fast??

Rich G. [wac absentee]

Posted : 10:26
hi liz, mountain bike will be fine, im riding my old shop delivery bike(the one with the basket and small front wheel)may even turn up this week,sorry to miss the camping weekend,but was a bit nervouse about the nude tiddley winks competition.

Claudine

Posted : 13:01
Camping weekend - a definite success - the only thing we should do differently next time is not actually bother to do the race, but just get the beer and BBQ going in the afternoon! Thanks Neale & Geraldine - top weekend!

Bear with sore head [tequila sunrise]

Posted : 13:38
i have a better idea Claudine, how about forgeting the run and the camping and just have the barbeque and the booze.

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 20:15

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Hi Liz,Mountain bike is fine, see you Thursday.

Sunday 17 July 2005

Ginnie

Posted : 17:15
Just back from a smashing weekend's camping, well done to all who did the race, course, some people say they'll be there and don't turn up (they know who they are Rich Griffiths!!!)Thanks to Neale and Gerrie for arranging, thanks to Mark for the laughs!!!

Phil Williams

Posted : 18:46
Many thanks to everybody who turned up and help marshal the Cancer Race for Life today - it was a great success. Never thought Adge would struggle to look after 4,000 rampant ladies!!

Saturday 16 July 2005

Rob Morgan

Posted : 09:11

136 messages | 7 events entered.
Roger, looks like great fun, reminds me of a run along Weston Beach I once did. Would love to join you but think i'm working that weekend.

Thursday 14 July 2005

rymes with stella [You now it makes sence!]

Posted : 00:41
Jenko had a little lambWho's feet were white as snowAnd every where that Jenko wentPete Jones was sure to go.

Steve Baxter E-mail Steve Baxter

Posted : 07:44
It's Hash on 23rd July If you are coming could you please let me know so I can get an idea of the amount of food I will need, booze is not a problem, I can always manage that. Phone work 0117 9886730, Home 01278 760346, email stephen.baxter@arup.comWell done to Shaun, Natasha, Rich and Ruth, RESPECT.

Wednesday 13 July 2005

Ginnie

Posted : 17:49
Alas, I have to confess......... it was I who wanted to leave early and miss the merriment in King Of Prussia Hostelry. Unlike you fit guys, a 5.30am start does not sit well with me, was flaking out at 6pm, so had to dash home to hit the sack!!

roger E-mail roger

Posted : 18:03
Finally sent my entry into the Del Sahara.Anyone with masochist tendanciesand loking for some early spring sunshine go to www.100kmdelsahara.com and click on gallery.Coments on a postcard please.

Ginnie

Posted : 21:47
Roger. you're barmy, but good luck!!

Tuesday 12 July 2005

Rob Morgan

Posted : 14:04

136 messages | 7 events entered.
Just to let you all know Phil is after about 6 Marshals for the RACE FOR LIFE on Sunday 16th July. If anyone can help please let him know as soon as you can.

rumour mill

Posted : 14:23
seems it was a very hard frustrating 7 days for rich as reports in, say he visited casualty with a suspected broken wrist.

Rich G.

Posted : 14:46
steady on there jenko, severe tendon strain from kayaking, not what you are suggestng,two weeks complete rest and absolutly no kayaking,or anything else for that matter,have to drink beer left handed now,what a shame!

Monday 11 July 2005

Phil (bird)

Posted : 13:21
Superb performances from 7x7ers...looked like a great weeks holiday...AND you've all got a great tan. Good effort.

Rich G. [fat bloke]

Posted : 16:19
your right phil, it was a great weeks activity holiday, i would highly recomend it,shame i missed the map reading class's,how i got lost on a concept 2 rower i will never now,ps anyone seen ginnie & tony,last seen heading for slapton sands,what did you say tony 'we'll see you later in the king of prussia' yea right.funny there was a huge fire in slapton around about the same time you were there hmm !!!!!!! tony's wallet must have gone up.

Sunday 10 July 2005

Pat Ashwell [Weston AC] E-mail Pat Ashwell

Posted : 21:19
Congratulations to Nick and Kira - proud parents of baby girl born Saturday 9th July, weight 6 lbs 2 oz (I think).

steven.j

Posted : 22:08
well done to all of you crazy boys & girls for completing the 7x7a hugh acheivement for you all.

Saturday 09 July 2005

Rich Coleman [Weston AC]

Posted : 22:25
Can anyone recommend a driving instructor in Weston ? Our eldest daughter is ready to learn to drive. When will these women ever learn that their place is in the kitchen ?

Friday 08 July 2005

Pete T

Posted : 15:53
Hi Chris, Ignore those wags, we sure have a lot of fun down here in Weston.Having never been fully at home with my thuggish appearance I took the plunge a few years back and had a full gender change. I changed my name to Veronica and have never looked back. The steroids do produce side effects ( I've got a bit of a tick ! ) and People do stare when I'm wearing my high heels but hey, I say live and let live !

Wednesday 06 July 2005

Chris Klein (Pankratz) E-mail Chris Klein (Pankratz)

Posted : 03:43
I noticed a Pete Telford on your website. I am looking for Pete Telford who graduated from Ingram Tom Moore in 1986. We are planning our 20 year reunion next summer and have lost track of him.

Rob Morgan

Posted : 12:00

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COME ON LONDON 2012..... Im already thinking club tour!!

DNF

Posted : 15:33
Thought you would have been thinking of letting some dodgy houses & flats !

Pete T

Posted : 22:55
Hi Chris its Pete. Nice to hear from you. After getting kicked out of college for all that rugger bugger stuff, I became a professional ironman triathlete. When I gave that up I set up a hairdressing business with my longtime lover Bernhard. Have to catch up some time. X

Tuesday 05 July 2005

Miss Millies

Posted : 13:34
Nude, those legs would look better with breadcrumbs on !

Tom Marshall [WAC] E-mail Tom Marshall

Posted : 16:15
My number is going spare for Sundayshill 10k on Thursday. Call or email to sort out details

jenko [westonac pt]

Posted : 20:07
well done trickster keep going man u can do it.big up to the rest of ya as well

Monday 04 July 2005

The new Mr and Mrs King

Posted : 12:08
Thank you all SO MUCH for the lovely card and gift. We arrived back from Cornwall today and are now off to Rome for a couple of days - and we're not taking our running kit! Our wedding day was perfect - lots of sunshine and pasties! We'll send through a photo very soon.

Rob Morgan

Posted : 13:00

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Very nice wright up in runners world on Natasha and the 7x7x7...

Wierd Alternative Sports Association

Posted : 14:41
.......and in the Weston & Worle news too! Natasha seems to have some good media contacts.Do you think they'd be interested in a charity 24hr 5-aside nude tiddly winks competion I'm organising?

dyslexics association

Posted : 15:03
'wright up' Rob? Must be a deliberate error....

Rob Morgan

Posted : 17:16

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It was so steve could understand it !

Colin [WAC]

Posted : 18:04
Anyone reading this know which route the run is tonight ?

Kit

Posted : 20:30
well done to Kit Stokes for getting 3rd in the Bude Surf Triathlon.

Secret Admirer

Posted : 21:10
Was that a deliberate spelling mistake Kit, should it have read NUDE Surfing Triathlon, thought you should have been awarded 1st Prize!!

F/S

Posted : 22:01
thanks, not needed but much appreciated.

Sunday 03 July 2005

Sarah Nash [Weston AC]

Posted : 21:32
Day one. Very hot, very hard. Two laps, big hills. I asked our intrepid four for a comment each on the day. Shaun had no comment (no change there then), Natasha said 'Now that's a marathon', Ruth said 'b******s' and Rich said 'If you're gonna go wrong, go REALLY wrong' (Course signs were removed before he'd finished, which I thought was a bit cruel!). Keep checking the site for the gallery and on-going progress.

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 22:15

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Glad to see the WAC team doing so well on day one, long may it remain.Will be interested to read Ruths comments after the Kayaking!!PS Sarah I have e-mailed Quantock Beast results to webmasters e-mail address.

Saturday 02 July 2005

Graham B

Posted : 11:23
Good Luck to you all doing the seven in 7 days.Nice article of Natasha in this months runners world!!!!

steve,j [westonac pt]

Posted : 11:48
good luck to tricky & the gang doing the 7x7,rather you lot than me.

Friday 01 July 2005

Bryan Morley [WAC] E-mail Bryan Morley

Posted : 11:21

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Hi AllIf anyone has a GWR Towpath (5th August)number going begging I would be most pleased to take it off your hands. Please call email or call me on 07867 821915. Thanks very much!

steve.j [WESTONAC PART TIMERS]

Posted : 11:48
Very impressed with the Nailsea times, well done to you all, i suggest you put your money on Mike to make a return to running before me.

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 20:15

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Good luck to Shaun,Rich,Ruth and Natasha for all seven marathons commencing this Sunday!Will look forward to reading your progress each day!YOU ARE ALL TOTALLY BONKERS!!!!

Thursday 30 June 2005

steve.j [westonac] E-mail steve.j

Posted : 15:09
Indeed i am back from holiday but have a bad back due to hectic love making, but as soon as its better and my misis has forgiven me i will back to running on Sundays & Mondays. Look forward to seeing you all then.

Bryan Morley [WAC] E-mail Bryan Morley

Posted : 22:21

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Message for Chris Dachtler (WAC):Regarding the Quantock Beast entry I gave you on Thursday night please ensure you visit the admin desk at the race start to ensure they have your details. I gave them to a bloke over the phone but he suggested to double check that the details have made it onto the main race database.Good luck to all of you doing the race! I wish I could be there but it's my stag do this weekend and given the choice of lots of beer compared to getting sweaty up a hill (!) the beer wins every time.See you soonBryan

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 22:37
well at least is was not a wrist sprain hmm jenko!!!!!!!!!!!!

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 23:05

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Steve, your back on line then, we were going to start a sweep stake as to who would be the first to make their post holiday appearance out of you or Mike Potter! Neither of you could obviously face Nailsea 10K tonight, thought i had better rub it in whilst i still can, but my name is still above yours on the 10k pb list and moved further away after this evenings efforts!!Quantock Beast this Sunday!!!

Wednesday 29 June 2005

Matt

Posted : 13:35

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Just a quick question if I may.Where do you normally run to on Sunday's and how far?

Bryan Morley [WAC]

Posted : 15:29

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MattHmmm, Sunday runs! Happy days! Well normally there are two groups of Sunday runners. The first group starts from the Walnut Tree pub (Oldmixon) at 8.15am and this can cover anything up to 20 miles from past experience. Typical runs will take you around the back of Hutton on towards Crook Peek and even as far as Shipman. This tends to be a fairly steady pace but not too taxing.The other group starts from The Swan at Rowberroe (just of the A38 south of Churchill) and tends to be slightly more taxing as there are more hills (running over the Mendips as you do!). This group of runners normally do a run of 2 or 3 hours so it's good for marathon or grizzly training! Having said all that I haven't been for a while so it might have changed!

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 21:15

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Hi Matt,Following on from Bryans message, during the Summer months our route changes, the group from Rowberrow tend to only run during winter months but we do still have a small group that go from the walnut Tree Pub 8.15 meet. This route at present is just under 12 miles and is on road, beach and through the woods, basically an out and back run through uphill along the seafront, toll road, up to the water tower and back.However if there is a race on it may not happen, its a case of turning up and seeing who is there.

Monday 27 June 2005

disgruntled lyons supporter

Posted : 18:44
bring on the Welsh i say!!!!!!

Sunday 26 June 2005

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 10:36
sorry gerry for not making the sunday morning run, still recovering, well thats my excuse and im sticking to it, never fear will be back after the 7x7x7think i might stick to 10k's after that!

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 12:46

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Rich, at least you thougth about it unlike Steve i suspect!!We think he succumbed to the junk food and beer whilst on his hols and is not going to show his face until excesses have been lost!!Not tempted with Nailsea 10k then Rich?

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 18:02
tempted but no,saving my energy for the 7's,hope to come up and support take a few pickies,steve's off line for a while now gerry,so you wont wind him up,and i cant stitch him up either.he's busy sorting his collection of fhm magazines in his new house.

Friday 24 June 2005

Gerry H/|Pam W/Chris D/Tony S/ Jim W/Adge/ Kevin H [WAC Early Birds (Though not as early as Roger)]

Posted : 20:43

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Message for Steve JWe all know you are back from your holiday, no excuses accepted i.e moving house!!Walnut Tree 8.15am Sunday. You know it makes sense!!

Thursday 23 June 2005

John Battersby [MDC]

Posted : 19:36
Many thanks to everyone for the well organised Beacon Batch. Results in 24hours and superb photographs, you cannot even tell I am last! Thanks for the prize see you all next and I shall train a bit harder John Battersby

Wednesday 22 June 2005

Rob Morgan

Posted : 08:13

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I would just like to say a big 'Thank You and well done' to Roger for organising the Beacon Batch last night, I dont think It could have gone better. Also thanks to all club members, family and friends for helping out.

Roger [WAC] E-mail Roger

Posted : 13:16
Thank you all for the support received last night, think it went off really well and a special thank you to Doctor Simon Page for his time and Kevin on the hilltop, both making sure we had a safe race not also forgetting time keepers Clare and Jenny. Hope to see you all at the BBQ at our place later in the summer ! date to be confirmed.

St.Johns

Posted : 13:48
In next year's race can someone at least try and be in need of some medical assitance? Kevin's very disappointed - he was hoping there was going to be a requirement to loosen somebody's clothing last night!!!

Monday 20 June 2005

Bryan Morley [WAC] E-mail Bryan Morley

Posted : 12:40

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Hi AllI still have a Quantock Beast race number going begging. Send me an email or give me a buzz on 07867 821915 if you want it.

si walsh

Posted : 20:58
sorry to the monday nighters tonight. bad leadership shown. peeled off after two miles with new bloke. bit ambitious thinking he might do the whole gentle six from scratch. will try to convince him to come again next monday. hope the rest of you had a good run.

Friday 17 June 2005

Phil (one very wrecked bird)

Posted : 08:34
Am overwhelmed by all the support...nearly had me in tears after race (not really - tough birds don't cry). Fantastic effort Rich - that was one mother of a run. Right choice to bail, the last 12k nearly had me collapsed going into stadium. Aplologies to anyone that wasn't interested in comrades - seems to have taken over the website the last 24 hours!! Thanks again to all...especially to the little african man who stuck with me from 40k out, hardly saying a word and paced me right to the finish, Kathleen for getting so excited and Kit for apparently nearly crying (?) and being a great coach (his words obviously!)...seriously appreciated. Oh and by the way....I won't be doing the Beacon Batch on tues!!

rich [the bailer,]

Posted : 09:50
thanks every one for your support and good wish's,im not the sort to cry but felt like it at14k to go,never mind will be back for more,there will be a comrades medal for me at some point,realy very proud of phils performance and hope she recovers quickly, and guese what i wont be running beacon batch either,speak to you all soon,carry on training.

F/S

Posted : 10:49
Crying my arse. Some people believe anything you tell them.

Rob Morgan

Posted : 10:56

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Kit Stokes AKA Firestarter....more like 'BIG GIRLS BLOUSE'!!!

Fred Stripper

Posted : 16:34
Kit crying ? just trick him into getting a round in - he'll cry for England !

Thursday 16 June 2005

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 07:35
COMMRADES UPDATE: Phil now at 30K approaching Cato Ridge, Rich at 24K both have been climbing!!! You can see how they are getting on by visiting http://www.comrades.org.za/ which gives you the options of receiving updates via email, sending messages and also tracking them live on route as they run! No guesses for where my time will be spent today!!!!!

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 08:38

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Kathleen, save us all looking, keep posting the updates, don't think i could get away with it at work.Roger, no problem i will bring clocks with me Tuesday night, what time do you need me to be there?

Firestarter

Posted : 08:40
Kath - Phil (the bird) is flying along. I think she needs to slow down a bit.

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 08:57
COMRADES UPDATE: Phil just went through Drummond, Half Way Mark!!! Rock On Phil!

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 08:59
Firestarter....know what you mean, she's really going some!!! She's a tough cookie!!

Firestarter

Posted : 09:05
Kath - Phil (the bird) is flying along. I think she needs to slow down a bit.

GERRY H [WAC]

Posted : 09:28

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What is the time difference out there?How long has it taken her to get half way?

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 09:37
COMRADES UPDATE: Rich, not far from half way....nearly there!

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 09:46
Gerry, I think it started at 5.30am and dont think there is a time difference?? that being the case she went through bout 3.5hrs which is unbelievable!!!???? Rich has got bout 2-3k to go for half way! So exciting, have sent a couple of messages to them on the Comrades Website from the club!

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 09:52
COMRADES UPDATE: Rich has just went through Drummond, Half Way Mark! Well Done Rich, fab effort!

You know who [WAC]

Posted : 10:00
COMRADES UPDATE: Phil (Bird), has been flying along...she's completed Botha's hill, that looked a really hard stretch that shes went through, she's about 56k ish, and for the first time looks like a nice bit of down hill before she has to approach Cowies Hill! This is a really tough part for her, hope she can hear our cheers!!!

Firestarter

Posted : 10:10
Kath - Phil (the bird) is flying along. I think she needs to slow down a bit.

The Real Firestarter

Posted : 10:13
Very funny you guys. I only just got it a lot. It made me laugh. (I deserve it.) She's flying along.

You Know Who [WAC]

Posted : 10:30
COMRADES UPDATE: Rich now heading towards Botha's hill bout 48K and going well!!!...Phil (Bird)has just went past 60K mark, and has Cowies Hill to contend with at 70K! They're both doing brill!!

Victor (or Rich C)

Posted : 10:40

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Sorry F/S. I'm doing this 'tedious copy everything you write' coz I don't have the wit to invent my own humour. Also I'm jealous coz you excel in 3 sports and I'm mediocre in just the one. GO PHIL AND GO RICH

Bolt stripper

Posted : 10:41
Never mind the comrades, what about the Monday night run ?

Rob M

Posted : 10:53
This is tedious can you stop it please. Just watch the race.

Rich Griffiths

Posted : 10:57
C'mon guys I'm trying to do a race here - its very distracting.

Brackla

Posted : 10:58
Go, Go Rich ! I'm behind you all the way !

You Know Who [WAC]

Posted : 11:20
COMRADES UPDATE: Server has been playing up, however Phil (Bird) at Pinetown bout 67K..and Rich is running round Bothas Hill bout 50K..hopefully they've re-fuelled!!!! Have put some more messages on the website for them both from club. Wouldn't want to be in their shoes at the moment!!!!

You Know Who [WAC]

Posted : 11:49
STOP PRESS! STOP PRESS! COMRADES UPDATE: PHIL (BIRD) ALMOST THERE.....LOOKS LIKE A only a MILE or two TO GO!!!!

You Know Who [WAC]

Posted : 11:51
COMRADES UPDATE: Rich approaching 60K mark!

You Know Who [WAC]

Posted : 12:26
COMRADES UPDATE: THE BIRD HAS FLEW IN AND DONE IT!!!! WHAT A STAR!

You know who [WAC]

Posted : 12:30
COMRADES UPDATE: PHEW...Seeing Movement now from Rich (there wasn't for a while maybe web or maybe re-fuelling)...the good news is he's just passed 60K mark! Lets Cheer him on!

You know who (WAC)

Posted : 12:38
By the way you are seriously boring by repeating this all the time.

You Know Who [WAC]

Posted : 12:55
COMRADES UPDATE:The website has now confirmed Phil's (Bird)finishing time at 07:40!! she makes me laugh....she said that she was going to go slow because it was a tough course,!!!

From You Know Who [WAC]

Posted : 13:01
I know who you are!!!!!

Phil's sisters [Phil fan club]

Posted : 13:40
Phil (bird) is on prize winners list (unofficial as yet) for being the 10th novice woman! 87th woman overall....

Kathleen Alias You know who! [WAC]

Posted : 14:04
Phil's sister, thats brill news but doesn't surprise me!! She's quite a star!

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 14:07
COMRADES UPDATE: Talking of Stars....our Rich is on his way to the finish, he's really picked up pace now...and at about 73k mark. I wonder if he will feel like a pint at the end! Here's to you Rich!

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 15:07
COMRADES UPDATE: Rich on his way home...looks like he's in the last 10K, go on Rich you can do it!!!PS Phil (Bird) passes on huge thanks to everyone for the support and messages received!

Firestarter

Posted : 15:57
Come on Rich. You can do it!!!!!!!!!! (Stop bobbing up and down on the screen.)

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 16:06
STOP PRESS! STOP PRESS! COMRADES UPDATE: THE KING HAS ARRIVED HOME SAFELY!!! RICH HAS FINSIHED!!!WELL DONE RICH, YOU STAR!

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 16:56
All, you can send a message to Phil & Rich on the Comrades website, which they get to see! Go to, visiting http://www.comrades.org.za/ , Click on results, their running nos. are Phil = 55024 and Rich = 54674. Click on results, then runners messages and enter message! Anyone who cant get on, let me know and I will send obo of you!

Kathleen (WAC) [WAC]

Posted : 17:46
STOP PRESS! FINAL COMRADES UPDATE:Sorry to report that the King had to bail out 14k from the end, Unfortunately the website was showing he had finished. Doesn't matter I'm sure you will all agree he is still very much a star for achieving what he did! We owe him a few drinks for that galliant effort!!!!

F/S

Posted : 22:47
Good effort though Rich. One international race too much. Go back and beat it next year. Good effort mate.

Wednesday 15 June 2005

rich g [wac]

Posted : 13:54
thanks again for all the support, going to need it,saw the route yesterday(oh s***t)phils arrived safely, so all ready to go,cant wait to get started,the beers on you jenko when i get back,and definatly no lifts,ps nice to see the welsh performing so well for the lions,and well done to kev for beating tony,the vaselne must be slowing him down!!.bye for now

simon lund E-mail simon lund

Posted : 17:29
Hello old friends.Would anyone like a race number for this Sunday's Dartmoor Vale Marathon? It starts and finishes at Newton Abbott racecourse - start time 9.15am.

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 19:25

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Best of luck Rich & Phil look forward to hearing all the gory details.Rich, in fairness to Tony he did stop to help a fellow runner who collapsed in front of him and in true competitve WAC spirit the others saw there chance and ran on by with the thought of those extra points in mind!!

Roger E-mail Roger

Posted : 21:03
Kevin.The club first aid box has been located in the depts of Dave Jones garage.I will speak with him later tonight.Gerry, you should now be in possession of the time clock.I may be unable to get to Churchill thursday night,no3 daughter moving house, so everybody remember Beacon Batch tuesday.

Ginnie [WAC]

Posted : 22:23
Hey Roger, which one we rememberin', last year's or the year before???!!!

Tuesday 14 June 2005

Bryan Morley [WAC] E-mail Bryan Morley

Posted : 10:53

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Hi Everyone,I have a spare Quantock Beast entry (3rd July) going if anyone is interested. Please give me a call on 07867 821915 if you want it.

Tom [WAC]

Posted : 12:44
I still have a spare number for Clevedon 10k tonight, and GWR 10k on Friday. I am going to Clevedon tonight to be a frustrated spectator so you can get the number off me then. 07779 700972

Graham B [WAC]

Posted : 15:05
Rich'n'PhilBest of luck for the 'Big One' tomorrow

Tom [WAC]

Posted : 16:57
I still have a spare number for Clevedon 10k tonight, and GWR 10k on Friday. I am going to Clevedon tonight to be a frustrated spectator so you can get the number off me then. 07779 700972

steve.j [westonac]

Posted : 21:50
good luck trickster & phil in tommorows epic run.see you both when you get back to tell the tales. hope you both dont get lost this time and have to flag down a lift.

Firestarter

Posted : 22:04
Tom still has a spare number for Clevedon 10k tonight, and GWR 10k on Friday. He was going to Clevedon tonight to be a frustrated spectator so you could have got the number off him then. 07779 700972

Shaun Callaghan [Webmaster]

Posted : 22:35
Simon, thanks for message regarding prom points. I have re-allocated points to Steve.

Monday 13 June 2005

Rich G [wac]

Posted : 14:17
what can i say some great results by wac members, well done everybody,do i need to revise my strategy, ie get a sub 10 hour pace card to keep up with you all, more carbo loading is required by me i think, no sighn of phil as yet, and tim we have some more work to do if we are all going to get in the green no club,3 days to go and counting,and gerry thats a bit rude talking about tony like that isnt it!!!

Kathleen

Posted : 15:44
Rich G, hope your settling in ok and ready for the big day! Phil (Bird) left yesterday so should be there if not now, shortly! Take it easy and will be rooting for you on Wednesday!

Kathleen

Posted : 15:45
or should I say Thursday!

si walsh [wac]

Posted : 22:12
just looked at last months prom run times. i was a bit surprised to see that i have gained 9 points. sorry, i can't claim them, as i wasn't there.could someone check the records so that the correct person gets them?i highly suspect that they belong to steve welsh. initial and surname could easily be misread.hope to be back running on thursday, as i've finally got rid of the smokers cough.

Sunday 12 June 2005

Tom [WAC] E-mail Tom

Posted : 09:49
My rehab is coming along nicely but still can't start running for another 2 weeks so I have a number going spare for Clevedon 10k on Tuesday 14th, and the GWR Towpath 10k on Friday 17th

rob morgan

Posted : 18:03

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Great Sunday social run, thanks Neale and all who showed up, fab weather, good route, views to die for, great fall by claudine!! and the best bit....jumbo breakfast and a big mugga tea...

Rich Coleman [WAC]

Posted : 19:23
Congratulations to Kit, 2nd at Burnham-on-Sea Tri. Great to see loads of Weston faces in action including Marcella Salter completing her first Tri.

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 20:22

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Well done Mr Firestarter very impressive especialy as you are still carrying an injury. Also big well done for all you other WAC members participating today.Also big congratulations to Kathleen on achieving a well earned and dreamed of sub 4 hour marathon today at Edinburgh. You can now look forward to all that alcohol on friday night! (**reminder WAC girlie night at Pams house Fri 17th)

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 20:25

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oops, I suppose I should also reiterate Rob's comments below, great run, great sausage etc.., and hilarious tumble from Claudine that kept us girls giggling for some time!!

Andy Salter [weston ac]

Posted : 21:06
a Great result for Kit, good times for w a c members clocking [pb,s ]AND WELL DONE MARCE on your firsttriathlon [better watch my back]

rob

Posted : 22:25
I know Marcella- so well done on first tri. Is Kit a new memeber? as ive not seen anyone of that name training with weston ac for some time!!! come back kit, i'll even buy the beer, well one or two. Well done on 2nd..excellent

Firestarter

Posted : 23:04
RM It's M.E.M.B.E.R. Thomas sort him out. He spells like a Monday nighter. Cheers WAC Guys. Victors' comments wound me up and spurred me to nearly limping my way to glory. May even pay the lovely Gera my club fees after that show of support. Nice one Marce.

Saturday 11 June 2005

Phil (bird)

Posted : 11:02
Cheers guys, much appreciated though slightly embarrassed by your message demanding a response FS...you want get that attention seeking behaviour under control! Ditto Victor re Burnham tri...see you in couple of years...

steve irwin [croc hunter]

Posted : 12:32
you may like to now ginnie, but ticks will suck you dry( a bit lke the tax man)but leachs on the other hand are realy quite cuddly and friendly,on another matter, i here you two sheilas, attemted to capture the mendip beast(shortfathairyyellowvesticus) last seenheading for crooks peak, be carefull very dangerouse when cornered, and to set a trap bait it with barbeque chicken and bottles of bud. buy for now you bunch of pommies.

Rich G [WAC international]

Posted : 12:58
thanks every one, having a great time here in durban, a realy nice city, and surfers paradise, managed to run every day, and not long to go for race day, dont think i will be able to do the 80 day one tim, fee would not like it, have to be de sarbes i recon. cheers for know, tricky.

Friday 10 June 2005

fftb

Posted : 12:08
Hi Ginnie, (haven't met you yet, but have heard lots about you! All good I might add, so no worries!) In answer to your question recently to Rich G, yes I do and have tried it out too! Looking forward to meeting you all sometime ....

Tim

Posted : 20:29
Good Luck to Phil and Rich on your Comrades run ,remember no sprinting at the end, if your between 11 and 12 hours,80,000rands could be yours.Thought you might like to know, when you arrive back. There is a race across Europe 4200 miles in 80 days.Bob Brown won Birmingham to London in 29 Hours, 145 miles and said it was a good training run for the european run.He is being sponsered by Ginsters again . must give those pasties a try sometime.

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 20:42
For Rich and Phil (Bird):-I 'ditto' everyones good luck wishes and will be cheering for you both every step of the way! Will be monitoring your progress on the website and just remember 'Nothing is Impossible'!!!!

Thursday 09 June 2005

RM

Posted : 08:03
Ginnie, have I got this right?. After Tony did his bit you smothered him with Vasaline for half an hour....do think that is appropriate for the web site!!

Firestarter

Posted : 09:22
Good luck to Phil and Rich at Comrades Marathon. Respect.

Control Girls E-mail Control Girls

Posted : 15:24
From the Girls who work with Richs new Girl friend...She is a really lovely girl and he is a very lucky man to have found her. Better known to us as 'Fee Fee Trixie Bell'.

Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) [WAC]

Posted : 15:50
I may be old and have patches on my elbows and shoulders and drink bear from a handled mug and have a big ginger beard but where is the Plough in Congresbury? Is it near the Ship and Castle on the cross roads?

Vaseline man [WAC]

Posted : 16:47
Coming from Weston, turn right at the lights by the Ship & Castle, it's just down the road on the left hand side about 600m

Firestarter

Posted : 21:36
I'll try again. Good luck to Phil and Rich who are running Comrades Marathon (56 miles) next week.

Rich Coleman [WAC]

Posted : 22:12
I'll second that ! Best wishes and the very best of luck to Phil and Rich in the big one. Firestarter, your message threw me for a moment, not used to see a running related message on this message board !

Victor

Posted : 22:39

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Please Rich C dont start all that again , anyway what does the slightly goofy one know about running he is always injured .Good luck to Rich And Phil at Comrades and good luck to all the triathletes at Burnham. Win it please oh goofy one.

Wednesday 08 June 2005

Long Lost Member [WAC]

Posted : 09:26
Regarding the Off Road Run from Congresbury on Thursday - can someone give me a brief description of it and distance. I really want to give it a go but not sure I'm up to it.Thanks

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 12:47

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It will be in the region of 5/6 milesfairly flat across fields with the usual 1/2 hills. We all run together with regular re grouping so all abilites together, i'm sure you will be fine.

Liz W

Posted : 13:16
Gerry,Thanks for that - I'll be there.

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 18:10

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Hi Liz,You will definitely have no problem, glad your making a come back.See you tomorrow night.

Ginnie [WAC]

Posted : 19:36
At last! I finally feel a fully fledged member of the 'Off Road Runners' (even though I'm not yet running again). After supporting the Mendip Way Run on Sunday, I picked up an unwelcome guest, but didn't discover him (or her) till this morning clinging demonically to my middle toe - a big fat blood-filled TICK!!! Luckily Tony was on hand to whip it out (my eyes being too far away to see it properly), after I'd smothered it with Vaseline for half an hour!Euck, think I might just make my comeback on the road only!!!

Ginnie [WAC]

Posted : 19:38
Victor, You have two would be campers here, just say yay or nay!

Victor

Posted : 22:03

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Of course you are welcome , as long as Tony doesnt start whipping out this long thick blood filled fat thing you saw on the mendips.Camping will go ahead and at present Malcolm is sussing out campsites.

Tuesday 07 June 2005

teresa E-mail teresa

Posted : 09:41
Urban Rat Race, taking place in Bristol this coming weekend, is looking for extra marshals. There is payment in the form of free outdoor gear and expenses, party etc. If you are interested, contact nicky@ratraceadventure.com or if you want further details first, email me and I can forward them to you.

Monday 06 June 2005

Pam Withers [WAC] E-mail Pam Withers

Posted : 08:28
***Calling all WAC Ladies***Next ladies social night will be held at my house on Friday 17th June.For further details see myself on club night or e-mail Gerry H

plenty o'tool [anne summers rep]

Posted : 09:09
ok pam have put the date in my diary,thanks again for the appointment,

Mendip hills warden [wolf patrol]

Posted : 11:39
Hi Adge, hope your ok today, cunning plan that of yours, to take the second half easy so that the barbeque and mars bars would be waiting for you when you arived back, crafty bugger.

THE CHAIR

Posted : 17:21
Ladies.....will you please note that we have a social secretary and all social events should be run past him. We wouldn't want to upset him. I can tell you he put on a mean boys night out last Friday. Thanks Neale

Victor

Posted : 21:39

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Thanks Chair, and i agree unless i get an invite Withers you cannot do it.Bobby and Rich said they would do a turn for you and Bardi is also quite keen.

Saturday 04 June 2005

so much in love [that would be telling] E-mail so much in love

Posted : 01:15
georgeouse chick if you please,!!!!

R unt [WAC] E-mail R unt

Posted : 09:46
Re: R unt nd he unday ight eport O orry or ot eing here, ut ork s etting n he ay t he oment, ot his ig lane o ix. eething roblems. I ill eturn hou, hanks or aring!!

Betty Boo [WAC]

Posted : 13:29
Whats the gossip then Rich?Does she cha cha cha or tango?

Gerry H [WAC] E-mail Gerry H

Posted : 13:52

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***Polite Reminder***Annual subscriptions are now a month over due, please forward payment asap.Many Thanks in anticipation of your rapid response!!

Bugs Bunnie [whats up wac]

Posted : 14:29
what are you girls like,all im prepared to say is 'i think im going to have to get a bigger tent'and yes she does dance, ps i bet bobby hasent payed his subs as usual.

Gerry H [Sending it the baliifs soon]

Posted : 17:41

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Oh yes he has and dare I say it Monday Nighters are on my list!!!

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 17:43

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spelling errors especialy for the Monday Nighters!

Rich G. [ive payed]

Posted : 17:45
trouble with your keyboard again gerry,send victor round they'd soon pay up then.

Friday 03 June 2005

T runchion [minister for wac]

Posted : 17:44
i have allways found the dark room in bristol, very good for relieving stiffness,

Sonic [Ah well...]

Posted : 23:23
RichG - rumour has it you have a new chick - where's she from then?

Thursday 02 June 2005

pip

Posted : 21:08
Yeah, June Simmonds very good, but if not available try phoning Waterside in Weston General Hospital or look in Yellow Pages for any Chartered Physio. Hope rehab goes ok.

Wednesday 01 June 2005

Tom Marshall [WAC] E-mail Tom Marshall

Posted : 12:42
Can anyone recommend a good Physio in Weston?

Rob Morgan E-mail Rob Morgan

Posted : 13:34

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I know someone who has 4 tickets to see Mark Knoffler in Birmingham NEC this Saturday June 4th 25.00 per head includes transport by mini bus. I think leave weston around 5pm. If interested let me know and will pass on details.

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 20:59

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Hi Tom,does this mean home physio is not going too well!!I've used June Simmonds at the Stafford Clinic 35 Charlton Road WSM Tel 412011. She was the physio to Weston Rugby Club for about 15 years before finishing this year but still runs her private practice.

Tuesday 31 May 2005

he unday ight eport [ ac]

Posted : 10:45
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Monday 30 May 2005

steve.j [westonac] E-mail steve.j

Posted : 10:57
monday night run is on as normal tonight,the weathers hot so come out to play and if you are good rich will buy u a beer in the pavilion afterwards.yep great weather for drinking in the beer garden.

Graham B [WAC]

Posted : 13:28
Not any more!!! (dissing pown here at the mo)

Rich G.

Posted : 15:33
weathers ok now, thought we were going to bucket and spade, hope we have better luck than i did, with mum lunch time, tryed two pubs, first one they seemed a bit thick and did not understand the concept of a table for two for lunch, the second my old local the full quart, could'nt be bothered either, bank holiday mondays dont you just luv em, had lunch in sainsburys which was fine, the brits need a lesson in manners and good service me thinks, god im turning into victor.

Sunday 29 May 2005

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 11:30
Tony, can we use it to work out the estimated time and distance, between the pubs and dare i say it clubs we are going to visit friday, im assuming you coming tone, has ginnie sighned your permission slip???, what about adge, do they sell bottles of bud in vamps.

Ginnie [WAC] E-mail Ginnie

Posted : 13:21
Calling all ladies, do you fancy seeing 'The Chippendales'?OK now I've got your attention, as the boys are having a night out on Friday, do any of you ladies (runners and non-runners) fancy a meal at Catherines Inn at Bleadon on the same night, please email me asap whether you're coming or not (permission slips not required!!!). Sorry for the short notice, also I'll need to cadge a lift off someone. PS: Rich, Think Tony forged my signature on his lifelong permission slip!!!

Friday 27 May 2005

Tony S [Weston AC]

Posted : 23:44
if you dont possess GPS and want to know how far you have run etc, then try maps at yahoo.co.uk . it gives lap and total distance as you drag the mouse around a map of your desired start/finish points, It takes a little while to get used to but seems to be a great tool for us poor runners

Wednesday 25 May 2005

steve.j [westonac] E-mail steve.j

Posted : 21:51
Myself & Rich will be at hutton moor at 7pm should anyone fancy a 7/8 mile runjo your email did not work!!!

steve.j

Posted : 21:52
on thursday that is

Tuesday 24 May 2005

Tom Marshall [WAC]

Posted : 09:39
During last weeks training session I went down like I'd been shot by a lone sniper, and it turns out I've torn the ligaments in my left ankle so won't be training again for 4-6 weeks. Being a tight Cornishman I'm not too happy about paying huge bills for Physiotherapy so searched the web and found this excellent site that covers practically every sporting injury in detail with thorough rehabilitaion plans (well worth checking out).Looks like the first picture of me on the WAC site will be of my fat colourful ankle

Lee Harvey Oswald [the grassy knoll]

Posted : 11:39
sorry tom, i was actualy aiming for victor, my eye sights not as good as it used to be, must have hit a tuft of grass instead,have a speedy recovery.

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 12:52

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Fantastic debut photo Tom!!Best of luck with your recovery, see you back in the summer.

Mrs Miggins [Mrs Miggins's Pie Shop]

Posted : 15:53
That's not Tom Marshall's foot...that's my Granny's. I can tell because of the hairy legs!

rob morgan

Posted : 17:29

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Oh THOMAS you silly boy...as his mum would say!!!

Monday 23 May 2005

Graham B [WAC]

Posted : 11:09
Well you all missed an absolute soaking yesterday in Bideford. Rain started @ 3K and it continued until 9.5K when the sun came out and it was pleasent for the rest of the day in Sunny (joke) devon.

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 11:54
what was your time graham, pb?

Gra which isn't to bad given no running for a monthham B [WAC]

Posted : 12:46
48:07 by my watch so yes a pb

sTeVe J [MoNdAy NiGhT cLuB]

Posted : 22:07
HiT tHe BiG tEn tOnIgHt AnD wElcOmE tO aNdReW oN hIs FiRst RuN wItH uS.WhErE aRe YoU mIsSiNg RuNnErS???yOu KnOw WhO yOu ArE????

Sunday 22 May 2005

Kathleen [WAC]

Posted : 17:33
Brill result for Shaun & Sarah, Well Done!

monday night club [weston ac united.]

Posted : 20:24
yes the rumours are true, we were in fact representing greece in the euopean song contest,so if you are all realy nice to us, you can all be our backing singers and roadie's, when we deffend our title next year, in the mean time, monday 7pm sharp for a six mile jog, sex and drugs optional, you can sing if you want to, i guess anyway.

carol vordman

Posted : 20:25
yes ok bob thats EUROPEAN,keyboards have a mind of there own.

uncle bobby [wac]

Posted : 23:52
We'll Be swinging when were winning,ooooooooooooo matron no!!!!!!!!!!!!.

Saturday 21 May 2005

uncle bobby

Posted : 00:57
its not pams thats for sure!!!!!!!!

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 20:44
well done to shaun and sarah, good effort, bring on the 7x7x7 i say.

Friday 20 May 2005

IAAF (weston rep) [WAC]

Posted : 07:14
We urgently need to test Mike Potter for performance enhancing drugs given his recent times. Kev says it just not funny anymore especially having to stop and do up your laces as well.

Gerry H [WAC] E-mail Gerry H

Posted : 11:44

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WAC running vest was left behind in the Cabot last night, please let me know if its yours.

Mike [wac]

Posted : 23:02
Probably Kevins left in disgust.

Wednesday 18 May 2005

david hasselhoff [BOOB/BAY WATCH AC]

Posted : 00:32
thats a bit sexist, firestarter, i know lots of women who can drink me under the table, i can never get bras off when im p****d, they have to remove them for me.RIGHT RESULT I CALL IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Tuesday 17 May 2005

RM

Posted : 10:49
Don't know if anyone else noticed but last night the BBC started a brand new weather service which, I believe, has been set up compete with the one the Monday night run produce.Who called me miserable - I got humour!!

Slightly Goofy One [WAC]

Posted : 12:46
What happens on a Monday night now? I'd assumed that the runs had finished as no-one mentions it anymore ?

Team Stella

Posted : 18:08
monday nights runs, are as normal, but with so many people turning up to run and learn how to spell, plus doing the weather for the BBC, we have been rather busy.

SHOCK NEWS

Posted : 19:24
Victor seen running on monday night with Michael Fish and the boys. Pace was so hot he cut short.

Firestarter

Posted : 21:08
To all my fans - there's only one firestarter - and unlike all the imposters he can run like the wind (but drinks like a woman). whoever you are get your own tag.

Monday 16 May 2005

firestoker

Posted : 22:02
Brewed since 1847, carlsberg has preserved its fineDanish heritage by creating a superiorwell balanced lager with a distinctiverefreshing taste.ENJOY RESPONSIBLY

Sunday 15 May 2005

anti chav patrol [bring on the prom]

Posted : 12:48
the other article was interesting, about weston being home to the chavs,just think we have to run the gauntlet of chavs thursday night,especialy if its a nice evening,that will be fun i dont think, its a pity they dont have stocks, or send them and there moronic ways to Australia, keep weston nice i say!!!

Mr Angry

Posted : 13:08
The Mead Vale one is innocent. Up the revolution.

Saturday 14 May 2005

love is a wonderfull thing [makes you smile in the pouring rain]

Posted : 02:32
were all runners,so at what ever leveljust chill and enjoywere all winnersand were all loversmake love not war.run as well if you have the energy.

Tom [WAC] E-mail Tom

Posted : 10:33
Being new to the area I need some recommednations for trustworthy garages in Weston that do MOT's? Sorry, I know that's a tough ask as 'Garage' & 'Trustworthy' don't often appear in the same sentance

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 11:06

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I've always used Bray & Griffiths on Devonshire Road, they have always been good to me.But then i do a deal with them as long as i let Rich beat me in races they keep the price down!!

Colin T

Posted : 11:32
Chandlers... opposite Tesco next to the Red Admiral pub.

Rich G

Posted : 12:16
Gerry, i still havent forgiven you for the/ mendip muddle/sodury slog/grizzly

Ginnie [WAC]

Posted : 21:36
Yep, I'm with Gerrie for Bray & Griffiths, best in town!

Melanie takes her dog for a walk [Steamy Windows]

Posted : 22:01
After reading this weeks Weston & Worle & the Mercury we now know why the Sunday runners go down to sand point.

Friday 13 May 2005

Firestarter

Posted : 13:53
Monday, MondaySo good to me.Monday, MondayIt was all I hoped it would be.Oh Monday morningMonday morning couldn't guaranteeThat Monday eveningYou would still be here with me.Every other dayEvery other dayEvery other dayOf the week is fine, yeah.But whenever Monday comesBut whenever Monday comesYou can find me cryingAll of the timecoz of the crap that goes on the website the next day(repeat chorus)

Graham brooks [WAC]

Posted : 13:57
VictorAccording to my sister in law there are still places available for cheddar half

Big Yellow Taxi [Put Up A Parking Lot]

Posted : 18:29
Come On Victor, your title is at risk with firestarter and Uncle Bobby ahead of you in the poll, for grumpyest members. but i guess as social secretary, you cant afford to be too grumpy. polish the cup while you can.

Victor

Posted : 21:53

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Pure Class Firestarter, as always putting out the fire with gasoline. Calm down Ranulph i will still be trying my hardest to keep the award.

Neale (Social supremo)

Posted : 21:58
The First annual Gentlemans Evening is fixed for Friday 3rd June , meeting in The Dragon at 7.30 pm. Drinks,light refreshments ,dancing and poles. Everyone welcome( no girls).

Thursday 12 May 2005

rose of tralee [cheer up bobby]

Posted : 00:23
when i came home on wednesday nightas drunk as drunk could bei spyed some boots beside the bed were my old boots should bei called the wife an i said to her would you kindly tell to mewho owns the boots beside the bed were my old boots should beyour drunk your drunk you silly old fool sodrunk you canot see, there some loverly gerainium pots me mother gave to mewell many the days ive travelled a hundred miles and morenever did i see laces on a gerainium pot befor>>>>>>>

Shamus Mulcahy [Irish Folk Music Appreciation Society]

Posted : 09:00
Dear Rose of TraleeSounds like a Dubliner's song to me! What happened on Thursday night?

rose of tralee [air fungus]

Posted : 12:14
cant you guess, i was drunk as drunk can be.hope you are all singing along!!!

Victor

Posted : 23:17

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Much as i love the magic of seven drunken nights by the Dublineers i will always prefer Heaven knows im miserable now , The Smiths. Quite like the latest Kaiser chiefs effort can we have that on the gallery.

Tuesday 10 May 2005

Graham B [WAC]

Posted : 09:29
Cheers Rich

rob morgan [Weston ac] E-mail rob morgan

Posted : 10:39

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Rich Coleman....Can you help with any advice on Mountain bike courses for 11 year old's...are there any local ones?Thanks Rob

Rich Coleman [wac retired]

Posted : 12:50
Rob.... i find the best training for eleven year olds is to find the highest mountain, shove them off and let them get on with it, theres too much of this nany state these days.

Sally Traffic

Posted : 13:10
The Tuesday Lunchtime Traffic Report,There are no major holdups in the southwest this lunch hour.

rob morgan

Posted : 13:33

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Rich..thanks for the advice. I know what you mean but when, years ago, we threw him in the swimming pool and said get on with it he sank to the bottom.

guese what rob

Posted : 13:50
GOTCHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

rob morgan

Posted : 16:51

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Guess what, you spell Guess...........G U E S S not G U E S Eand that finishes todays lesson. Or, as you may prefer.... fynishis twodays leson!!

Red Baron [your still gotchar'ed (bad english society)]

Posted : 18:11
shot me down in flames there then, uncle boblington.it is true, the pen is mightier than the sword.

Firestarter

Posted : 22:32
Rob, pure class.

Monday 09 May 2005

Graham Brooks [WAC] E-mail Graham Brooks

Posted : 13:31
Does anyone have an entry form for cheddar half. I understand they are out but I have no idea where to get hold of one.

Rich G.

Posted : 14:40
i have one graham, will photocopy if you like.

Graham B [WAC]

Posted : 15:08
If you could Rich it would be appreciated. Are you going on Thursday?

Rich Coleman [WAC]

Posted : 15:42
BOK are staging a series of informal events over the next few weeks :Wed 18th May - Penpole, BristolWed 25th May - Blaise Castle, BristolWed 1st June - Durdham Downs, BristolWed 8th June - Chew Valley SchoolWed 15th June - Leigh WoodsWed 22nd June - Ashton CourtWed 29th June - Ski Centre, Churchill6pm to 7:30pm start.www.freenetpages.co.uk/hp/bristoloklub

Rich G.

Posted : 16:15
pin it on the board for you big bloke.

Michael Fish

Posted : 19:25
Monday Night Weather Report.Overcast,with chance of light drizzle.Staying mild with light southwesterley winds.

paola fische

Posted : 20:09
SCORCHIO

monday night report [MI 6 009]

Posted : 20:23
For legal reasons and under the official secrets act,1977, volume 10,chapter 4, sub section 57 paragraph d, amended and updated 2005,THERE WILL BE NO MONDAY NIGHT REPORTS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

Sunday 08 May 2005

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 12:48
dont panic steve i got my pc back this am,new firewall & things but he could not istall an anti bull**** filter probably just as well, yes had a great day yesterday, it was a long old treck and a tricky route to follow,but we made it thanks to phils navigational skills, hopefully set us up for a good comrades, i feel tired today but have recovered not to bad, on with the training.

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 15:54

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Anyone wishing to do the GWR Towpath 10k on 5th August (Club Race) will need to download an entry form and send off asap website currently showing 81% full with on-line entries now closed.

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 15:57

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Well done Mike P on your pb today at Keynsham and for whooping Kevin H by almost 5 mins. Whos's jaw is on the floor now!!

Saturday 07 May 2005

Steve.J

Posted : 22:16
Rich has informed me his computer has blown up or is that just a cover to put all sorts on & SET ME UP.Anyway he finished his epic trek in 9.5 hrs today well done trickster.

Friday 06 May 2005

monday night club [TOTALY UNREPENTANT]

Posted : 00:49
FIRESTARTER,YOU ARE THIS MONTHS TREE HUGGING, RICE EATING, CHATTER UP OF FLOWERS,AND I SAY I SAY ASHLEY, THAT FIRE STARTER HE,S A RIGHT MONKEY I SAY HE'S A RIGHT MONKEY.MORE TEA VICAR.

Steve.J(semi retired) [Weston ac] E-mail Steve.J(semi retired)

Posted : 08:54
Nice try Rich with the caps n allanother attempt to fit me up, plus you mentioned that Fred Elliot saying on Monday.As for the poem it remains a mystery.

Steve.J(semi retired) [Weston ac] E-mail Steve.J(semi retired)

Posted : 09:43
Nice try Rich with the caps n allanother attempt to fit me up, plus you mentioned that Fred Elliot saying on Monday.As for the poem it remains a mystery.

Rich G. [time for a fry up]

Posted : 09:59
come on steve im not the one who stays up late playing war games on my computer(honest guv)as for the poem methinks twas mi5 agent,

Graham B [WAC]

Posted : 11:05
Best of luck for the run (nutter) tomorrow. No stopping for the cream teas though Rich.

steve.j [weston retired club]

Posted : 11:38
nope not been on the ps2 since jan over 30 now so time to grow up.just eating & drinking like a king.Need a match to relite my running fire as it has gone out completely.good luck trickster in your epic battle for you 36 miles jogster.

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 12:51

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Steve,your fire has been lit, 8.15am Sunday, Walnut Tree!!Especialy as you missed out on Victors debut social run last night through the woods!Incidently, I have apologised to kit for naming and shaming him for the wrong message! I forget how many 'messages' there have been!Best of luck Rich.

Ginnie [WAC]

Posted : 16:48
Rich,What happened to the chaperones then, I hear it's just you and Phil (Bird), hope she's ready for your full frontal attack.... mind you she can run a bit faster than you. Good luck to both of you, must be nuts, look forward to hearing all about it when you get back.

Rich Coleman [WAC]

Posted : 21:20
Orienteering event this Sunday ( 8th ) in Weston Woods, registration from 10am.Everyone and anyone welcome.

Thursday 05 May 2005

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 10:53

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RichClue No2 'we all wear it'

Huey & the big white telephone

Posted : 11:23
Victor,You must have tippi-toed the last 900m through a mine field to get that time at Belfast.

rm

Posted : 11:39
KIT?

rich [CAMRA]

Posted : 12:11
at last it all makes sense,im glad somthing doescan i retire from running now, alrightplodding, and take up bowls, or knitting, or just concentrate on becoming a realy good alcoholic.

Firestarter

Posted : 18:26
you guys take life far too seriously you really should get out more. I was only responsible for the initial message - but wot a result (and a little friend helped me!!)I think it has you unified you all.

Axel rose [guns n roses]

Posted : 21:09
Hey i wondered what had happened to Keith the slightly goofy one out of the prodigy, hey man when you gona re release, slap my bitch up, nearly as good as our version of knocking on heavens door, stay cool dude.

Wednesday 04 May 2005

Ginnie (Bunionless!) [Weston AC] E-mail Ginnie (Bunionless!)

Posted : 09:41
Thanks you guys & gals for your get well wishes, on the 'road' to recovery now. Yes Ger, Tony does make a good nurse, you wanna see him in uniform..... phew!! See you all the Castle Thursday night (well I couldn't miss a free buffet could I???!!!) XX

MI5 spook

Posted : 12:27
Victor, I did hear a rumour that steve and rich were behind the pipe bomb but having both popped off for an full Belfast breakfast missed you. Beware!!

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 13:30

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The mystery person responsible for'the message' confessed to me last night amidst bouts of giggles!I might be open to bribes to divulge the identity!!

London Draw fixer [WAC]

Posted : 15:20
How about an entry into the 2005 race Gerry

Rich G. [full english breakfast]

Posted : 16:16
it would be more fun to guess gerry,go on give us a clue,not responsable for pipe bomb, but the landmines i purchased from osama bin laden were obviously faulty.

rob morgan

Posted : 21:03

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sorry rich couldnt resist the breakfast gag having seen you a steve last thursday enjoying your food!!aka mi5

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 21:34

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RichClue No 1' Superman no longer on this planet'

rich [i am the weekest link]

Posted : 21:59
my brain hurts gerry, i am trying to remember the route from nether stowey to porlock weir at the moment, so i dont get every one lost saturday, you will have to give me an easyer one.

Tuesday 03 May 2005

Kevin Minty [Weston AC] E-mail Kevin Minty

Posted : 08:31
I know, left it too late again!Anyone got a Tewkesbury Half number going?No entries on the day.Mail me if you've got one, thanks.

Victor

Posted : 22:14

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Thanks for all my messages of support for the Belfast Marathon ( one from Rich ) , it was a great race an i would not let a pipe bomb incident and subsequent diversion which added 900 metres to the course put anyone off. I am now qualified as an ultra runner.

Rich Coleman [WAC]

Posted : 23:03
Ultra maybe, runner Hmmmmmmmmm !

Monday 02 May 2005

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 11:57
graham (big bloke) will you be running tonight, i can bring the sponsorship money i owe you.

Graham B [WAC]

Posted : 15:49
Yes Rich the missing plodder will return tonight for a one off appearance

STEVE.J [WESTONAC]

Posted : 15:54
DESPITE THE BANK HOLIDAY MONDAYS NIGHT RUN IS 7PM HUTTON MOOR AS NORMAL.

Sunday 01 May 2005

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 11:16

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Good luck to you all at Exeter and also to Claudine going back to her Northern roots to do Shefield half.Went to visit Ginnie yesterday, bunion removed succesfully, Tony makes a great nurse!

Colin Thompson [WAC] E-mail Colin Thompson

Posted : 12:22
Is anyone interested in lift sharing for the Thusday night social runs ? It is better for the environment, saves money, and it means I can drink more beer when it aint my turn to drive.

si [wac]

Posted : 18:20
well done everyone who did exeter with me this morning. it was a tough little run. thanks kenny for keeping me going!

Saturday 30 April 2005

Victor(worried firestarter)

Posted : 12:15

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Still no sighting of slightly goofy one. Rumour has it that Chairman Bob has sent him on a Charm and smarm course at U.W.E., Sure i will be able to rely on him to bolster social run numbers.

steve.j (about average, well ive had no complaints to date) [westonac] E-mail steve.j (about average, well ive had no complaints to date)

Posted : 12:27
is there such a thing as delayed marathon pain???? cause me calves are killing today or is it the wrington down hill sprint thats got me.any ideas?what do u call a deer with no eyes?no idea.yep humour you know enjoying youself,smiling,having a laugh, having a hangover from hell, and not being able to spell. thats me for you mystery moaner!!!!!now im off to throw up again.

Rich G. [mid pack not six pack]

Posted : 15:40
steve im shocked, and you a highly tuned athlete, would call myself above average, judging by the comments about the size of my sausage thursday night,from fellow members(no pun intended) but modesty forbids. and it was a very nice meal.

rich

Posted : 16:00
good luck to neale in belfast monday,

Bryan Morley [WAC] E-mail Bryan Morley

Posted : 20:38

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Steve JI have to say that my calf muscles are shot to pieces after Wrington too. I just can't wait for the Exeter Half tomorrow! I think not. Anyone heard how Ginnie did following the removal of the bunion?

Friday 29 April 2005

Ginnie (about ot go into hospital to have my bunion lopped!) [Weston AC and proud of it!] E-mail Ginnie (about ot go into hospital to have my bunion lopped!)

Posted : 09:41
As you all know I haven't been able to run for the last six months and feel the message board is my way of keeping up with things. I find the comments so entertaining, not to mention the spelling. Our club definitely has the best web site around, and if there are any 'important messages / news items' Shaun usually puts them on the Welcome Page. Please would the 'complainers' try to get out more, they then might just join in the friendly banter and even enjoy the company of others! I say keep up the natter, and don't worry about the latter!!!

Graham B [WAC]

Posted : 10:18
Good luck with the op Ginnie

JRR Tolkien [Wordsworth Authors Club]

Posted : 10:43
An ode to Ginnie on her special day:The once was a young lady called Ginnie,Who I dreamed about just wearing a pinny,On her foot was a bunion,The size of an onion,But in my eyes she's still a damn fine filly!

Ginnie (just off!) [WAC]

Posted : 11:29
Thanks guys, but you can forget about the pinney bit!!X

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 12:20
good luck ginnie,looking forward to seeing you back running.

steve.j [westonac fat boyz]

Posted : 14:40
after my accident in wrington woods two years ago, i noticed last night there is now a whole load off trees there. no sign of my pants but i have done my bit for greenpeace.

steve.j [weston ac]

Posted : 14:41
good luck ginnie hope to see you ready for septembers prom you know you love it

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 17:54
nice photo in the mercury chaps, at least they got your age right steve, not sure about kevin or mikes tho, a bit of inacuracy there me thinks,simon w,(mixed grill) did you know your n/s/r side lamp is not working, and i think your 0/s/r bulb is in wrong,its too bright.

si walsh [wac]

Posted : 18:47
cheers rich. will go out and have a look at it now. bloody car!

Gerry K & Teresa [WAC]

Posted : 19:16
Good luck Ginnie, looking forward to seeing you back running again soon!

si

Posted : 19:29
RICH G. looks like the wiring is fried. don't s'pose you know a retired machanic who sells toy cars on e-bay do you? if so, any chance of a trade in?

rich

Posted : 21:09
si, if you need someone to fix it, reg gibbs, electrostyle, is excellant, regie allways gets me out of trouble,he's in the book. otherwise, i know for a nice trabant, or marina coupe, theres style for you.

Thursday 28 April 2005

Graham B [WAC and proud of it.]

Posted : 09:09
I couldn't agree more with what Rich has put. I am an ex monday nighter but still like to see what is going on with the night that the three of us brought back from the grave. We had exactly the same response this time last year and whoever that was didn't have the guts to put his/her name to those messages either. So come on put a real name to the comment and not hide behind other peoples nicknames. I'm sure that there are several interested parties who would like to discuss the issues raised.

Teresa [Weston]

Posted : 11:18
My reaction when I saw the controversial message re Monday night chit-chat was mixed....The conversations that go on particularly between the Monday nighters show that the club has a lighthearted, social angle, and this is certainly likely to be positive in encouraging new members. The trouble is that it is really difficult to spot important information amongst all the to and fro conversations. Is it possible for us to have two message boards - a conversational one and an information one? Then people could choose which to read, depending on what they were looking for. I know 'Blab' was supposed to achieve this, but maybe two message boards would work better.

Bryan Morley [Wide Awake Club (WAC)] E-mail Bryan Morley

Posted : 11:37

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Steve J, I'm on the 14.10 from Bristol to Dublin, flying out on Saturday 29th Oct and coming back on Tuesday 1st Nov on the 12.40 flight via Aer Lingus.Looks like there's a bit on tension in the air at present. Maybe a social evening is required!? Curry, Chinese or Kebab? Who cares so long as it's washed down with loads of beer! See you at the Wrington Wotsit tonight hopefully.

Wednesday 27 April 2005

Bryan Morley [WAC]

Posted : 10:18

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Is anyone doing the Dublin marathon this year? I've foolishly entered after a rush of blood to the head. Website is:http://www.dublincitymarathon.ie/I hope I won't be the only WAC entrant...come on Rich G....you know you wanna! Flights are only 40 return at the moment with Aer Fungus!

Not a firestarter or Victor - average club member. [Weston A C]

Posted : 10:58

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PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE do Monday nights have to be dissected week after week. Numbers, injuries, excuses, weather! Do I need to go on? Message after message it’s boring...just turn up and train, we don’t see Tuesdays, Thursdays or Sunday runs taking up so much space on our fab web site. The Monday run isn't a separate club, although looking at the message page you may be forgiven for thinking it was. It’s a message page for MESSAGES not snide comments and back chat, so come on you know who you are…cut it back and just RUN.

rich griffiths (weston ac) E-mail rich griffiths (weston ac)

Posted : 17:33
yes brian, intend to enter dublin, i think a few of us will be there,not sure if i will be doing wrington,you can always email me to discus details.if any wants any extra b-o-s half marathon entry forms, let me know i have a few.

si walsh [wac] E-mail si walsh

Posted : 17:48
bryan,i've also entered dublin as well. see you on air fungus!

steve.j [westonac] E-mail steve.j

Posted : 20:19
Me to Brian what flight times you booking? Are you going on Sat or Sun???Si is on saturday so me and rich may do the same!!

rich griffiths (weston ac)

Posted : 22:37
well i was not going to lower myself and reply to whoever it was that left 'the message' but yet again, you dont have the courage to identify yourself,and to be fair you have been more offensive than we have ever been, and i feel that you have missed the point,you are quite right tuesdays and thursdays are well attended and all we have tryed to do is get people running on a monday night, and to let people know that somebody will be there, and hopefully encourage new members on what is the easyest night of the week,there is and never will be two clubs,(it is a joke)and personaly will allways try to promote what i think is a great club, so there you have it, and as a foot note if shaun or any members of the commitee would like me to stop putting messages on this site i would only be to happy to oblige,contrary to popular belief i do manage to get out a fair bit.

Tuesday 26 April 2005

Mr Phil Hunt [WAC]

Posted : 19:09
It's a good point well put. I have quite rightly been named and shamed. Please accept my humble apologies and I only hope you will let me run in your Prom team for your second term and not let my misdemeanour cloud your judgement my captain.

Graham b [WAC]

Posted : 20:23
Grovelling will get you no-where Mr Hunt!!

Colin Thompson E-mail Colin Thompson

Posted : 22:46
Is anyone interested in lift sharing for the Thusday night social runs ? It is better for the environment, saves money, and it means I can drink more beer when it aint my turn to drive.

monday night club [weston ac]

Posted : 23:27
well phil,you qualify as this weeks monday night club, fred elliot award,you are indeed a rice eating, tree hugging,chatter up of flowers.

Monday 25 April 2005

Rich G. [wac] E-mail Rich G.

Posted : 00:24
its ok i know its late just got back from stratford,my time was bad but hey, it was a tough day, i know that message was not from you rob,(some other t**t)and basicaly i dont care, but a big well done to phil teresa and gerry, phil and teresa were first and gerry was third so big respect to you all, nighty night and hope the bed bugs dont bite.

ROB MORGAN

Posted : 16:47

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Please if anyone is going to use my company name, and I would prefer it if they didnt please ensure correct spelling. SPONSORED no sponsered. I have enough trouble getting my 10 year old through his SATS without having to worry about club members.

si walsh [wac] E-mail si walsh

Posted : 20:59
rich & steve. sent the info to your e-mail inbox.

monday night report [wac international]

Posted : 21:14
tonight there was 8 of us out enjoying the sunshine, for our usual steady six miles,summers here now so please come along and support us,monday night is as allways a recovery run suitable for all abilitys, fast or slow young or old,hopefully a different six miles every week, every one is welcome,(even the less sociable of members)come on down, you know it makes sense,del boy sighning off, jenko le menko's back next week.

steve.j [westonac monday nighters] E-mail steve.j

Posted : 21:42
yep good to be back, not bad for my first night back to get 8 runners but we need more. summers around the corner why sweat it out in the gym when you could be enjoying the delights of weston with us. we will be out on bank holiday monday usual time 7pm.

HAVING A WISDOM TOOTH OUT 1 HR BEFORE DONT STOP ME RUNNING O [WESTONAC]

Posted : 21:45
First Missing In Action,Mr Phil Hunt who promised me in the Wacky Warehouse on Saturday he would be down. As always apologys if there was a genuine reason but if not you have been named & shamed!!!

BLUES BROTHERS [MARATHON MAN]

Posted : 22:30
MY NAME IS JENKOI GOT THE BLUESBEEN TO THE DENTISTHE TOOK OUT MY TOOTHDONT STOP ME RUNNINOR EATIN MY FOODCUS I GOT THEWISDOM TOOTH BLUES.

Sunday 24 April 2005

Sponsered by 'Morgans Estate Agents'

Posted : 10:13
Rich and Anthony (Brackla) I just had a great idea. Why don't you just exchange e-mail addresses or phone numbers, or even get out more.

Victor

Posted : 14:53

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AN early contender for my hard earned trophy, thats what i like to see the spirit of goodwill and friendship to all fellow runners.

si walsh [wac] E-mail si walsh

Posted : 20:14
message for adrian marshal.couldn't find out how old the oldest man to complete the london marathon was. kept going round in circles on t'internet. perhaps someone else might know where to look.the oldest man to finish a marathon, was a chap from greece. dimitrion yordanidis. he was 98 years young and completed the greek (athens) marathon in 7hr 33mins. october 10th 1976.you've got a bit of time to wait yet before you can challenge that record.

Thursday 21 April 2005

Kevin Minty [Weston AC] E-mail Kevin Minty

Posted : 08:48
Anyone got a spare Shakespeare Marathon entry going?Really want to do it, but entries closed.Thanks

Greaser [StratfordAC]

Posted : 13:38
dont forget the vaseline boys you dont want any chaffing!!!!!!!!!!!

Anthony [Brackla Harriers]

Posted : 20:18
Yes Rich, see you there, what finish time are you estimating ?Vaseline's a bit messy, try Bodyglide, besides, try walking out of a motorway service station toilet carrying a pot of vaseline (doing your quick pre-race ritual when rushed for time) and you'd sort of get a queer look ! (Actually, you'd probably get a 'Queer' full stop) :)

Rich G. [wac on tour]

Posted : 21:59
hi anthony, not sure about time, anything between 3.40/5/1/2 i recon, all ready use bodyglide, smells like stale sweat, but otherwise good stuff,i think gerry put that message on ,she's our resident vaseline expert,we allways get the graphic details as to were its been applyed, talk about too much information!!!!!!!

Wednesday 20 April 2005

Steve.J [westonac]

Posted : 17:07
Thanks Bryan u have been a solid member of the prom team, and i vote u for next seasons prom captain.Ensure you see me at the end for a well deserved pint.

Anthony [Brackla Harriers]

Posted : 17:23
Rich GDid you manage to get an entry for the Shakespeare Marathon after ?If so, see you there :)

Rich G.

Posted : 17:35
yes cu in stratford.

Tuesday 19 April 2005

Graham B [WAC]

Posted : 09:48
Official photos from London can be found on:http://www.actionphoto.net/ap.aspxCracking photo of Jenko and Mike Potter

Captain Jenko [WESTONAC]

Posted : 20:42
Troops i am going to sit out of this one and support you from the sides, with Phil 'The Warrior' Hunt back i am confident we will have a full team.This will no doubt be my last dance as captain and i thank you all for your efforts(phil you gonna have to go sub 36 on your first attempt in the team)On a positive note i am returning to Monday nights next and we need those numbers up from 5 we need to get back to the 12-14 mark like we did before!!!!

Bryan 'Sniffy' Morley [WACaday]

Posted : 21:27

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JenkoSorry to hear that you're not running on Thursday. I will be back on the scene (like a sex machine!) and fingers crossed my knee will hold out. I have to warn you that I have a stinking cold so I will be coughing and spluttering all the way. No PB for me I fear!

tricky [alcoholics anonimouse]

Posted : 22:52
unfortunatly i will not be attending the prom thursday,so will leave it up to phil and bryan to carry the can/sorry i mean uphold the honour of the team,go for it!!!!!!!!!!

Monday 18 April 2005

Simon [WAC]

Posted : 14:28
Congratulations Paul, excellent result on the Tresco, 9th!

STEVE.J

Posted : 19:45
Well i may not have made as nuch money as Mrs Radcliffe this weekend but i have made $25 out of Rich.$5 for me personaly as guess what his 9 week no booze challenge lasted now lets just scroll down it might be on this page.

monday night report [the boys are back in town]

Posted : 20:40
tonight we did our old favourite,wood lane, water tower,old pier,trop& back,with a turn out of five,and a welcome return of phil(bionic nee)hunt,a good run was had by all,jenko was slacking as usual,and yes i do owe him a fiver(that was an expensive glass of red wine)but hey you only live once,no sighn of victor or max,busy planning our wirlwind social calender no doubt,also jenko borrowed my fanny pack,so that means my bum bag has done more marathons than i have,not on is it!!!!!!!!!

fred elliot classic

Posted : 20:50
i say 'you are a rice eating, tree hugging, chatter up of flowers'remind you of anyoneanswers on a post card to/

Tricky [mens senior b,fat bloke at the back.]

Posted : 21:30
one other thing, could we have an official possition from our mens senior b captain, jinker jenko, will you be running thursday, there seems to be a certain amount of confusion wether its yay or nay,

Sunday 17 April 2005

Rich G. [weston ac]

Posted : 22:43
to all our illustriouse wac members who took part in the london marathon today,and to show my age,as mr grace would say'YOU'VE ALL DONE VERY WELL'

Saturday 16 April 2005

Steve.J [Final Thought] E-mail Steve.J

Posted : 07:20
The clock has stopped ticking, its game over, London is here. Seemed ages ago when my name was pulled out of the hat.(best 20 i ever spent)Not wanting to get up at 6.am this morning,fel knackered, then seen my lady, and wanted to get up(one for the road)but decided those 8m 30sec are best spent on the mararthon, besides would not be nice to wake her.Good luck to us all, enjoy, and dont worry about times, finishing is the goal for me.!!!!

rob morgan [weston ac] E-mail rob morgan

Posted : 08:44

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E-Mail recieved which I thought may be of interest to those mad ones in the club...I have asked for the dvd so if anyone is interested let me know and you can watch it when i recieve it.We are promoting an extreme marathon in the Kalahari National Park near Upington in South Africa. It is a self-sufficient race, run over 7 days and covering 235km. The race will be held from 13 -26 October 2005. Website: www.extrememarathons.comThank you,Petro du Preez

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 12:56
sounds good rob,perhaps weston ac should enter a team, make it a grand prix,

Real Firestarter

Posted : 15:02
He's not dead. He's ben been down but not out. He'll be back and badder than ever (but not slightly goofy).

Friday 15 April 2005

Neale + Ger

Posted : 07:54
Good luck,at London Steve,Graham,Kevin,Mike,Gerry and Pippa hope all goes well, look forward to seeing you on route.

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 11:17
good luck to all the weston ac runners doing london,hope to see you all on telly,the real question is, will big bloke keep jenko awake with his snoring, or will jenko wake big bloke up at 4 in the morning,just getting in after a tour of soho and a night at stringfellows,sub 4 will be easy after that lot.

Graham B [WAC]

Posted : 11:41
RichI'm disappointed you said you wouldn't reveal that I snore!!!

Rich G.

Posted : 12:53
grahamwho gets the top bunk???????????

steve.j [westonac]

Posted : 17:05
despite me old mans tales about going out on the lash in london the night before the race and getting in at 5.30am then completing it in 3hr 03min.i can assure you i will not be repeating either of them, well maybe one.

Graham B [WAC (on tour in london)]

Posted : 18:05
Depends who gets in earliest!!

Thursday 14 April 2005

tricky

Posted : 11:18
fivers in the bank jenko.

Eddie Shoestring

Posted : 13:13
Having been out of work for several years now,i do spend a lot of time at jumble sales. At a recent local sale ,i was offered a very smart pair of trainers by an eccentric bearded chap. He assured me they would make me run very fast and said they would only cost me 20 quid. I was very tempted but decided against because he told me he was the second owner and they did smell a bit.

Forrest Gump [bardi/gump shrimpers]

Posted : 18:08
Hey you,all, I purchased those very same trainers from that fine fellow, and i aint stoped runnin yet, shrimp anyone.

sharon maughn

Posted : 18:10
wonder if eddie wants to come round for coffee(gold blend of course).

Eddie Shoestring

Posted : 23:01
Love a coffee provided it was a fair trade brand.

Wednesday 13 April 2005

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 11:29
Just wanted to clarify, the burhnam-on-sea half is on in october, you can get the entry form on line, or if you let me know,i'll get my niece to let us have a shed load.

Graham B [WAC]

Posted : 14:05
Rich G I have managed to get a copy of the entry form for the Bideford 10K. I will put them in the rack @ hutton moor on Thursday. I suggest you get some of the Burnham half forms and do the same.

STEVE.J [WESTONMAC]

Posted : 16:43
I SUGGEST WE GO TO THE PUB AND DRINK LOADS OF STELLA.

Rich G. [wac international]

Posted : 17:15
thanks big bloke, nice try jenko, that fivers all ready mine,

inspector morse

Posted : 18:00
if you want to know where the very fit, sightly goofy one is, he on a stakeout,watching bardy's flat trying to get his new trainers back.

Steve.J [WESTONAC] E-mail Steve.J

Posted : 20:51
Should anybody wish to sponser me for Sundays run i will put my form on the pin board before Thursdays run.Or you can email on the address below.If you dont know already i am running for weston-hospice care and have so far raised 15.27 so all will help.

STEVE.J [westonac]

Posted : 20:55
Oh and Rich reckons he is going to stay of the booze for 9 weeks so i have had a easy 5 bet with him that he dont.No pressure now tricky telling the Daily sport next, gonna get one of theirsorry not suitable for this websitebaileys anyone????

Tuesday 12 April 2005

Rob Dillon

Posted : 14:59
Dear Fellow RunnersAs some of you may be aware I have resigned from WAC a decision that I did not take lightly. As a member of Wyvern/WAC for over thirteen years I have a lot of good memories and would like to say thank you to all those that I have shared so many good times with.All the very best and keep on running !!Rob.

Rich Coleman [WAC]

Posted : 23:15
Robbie, Sorry to hear that you've resigned from WAC, I've not been down the club for some time so am a little out of touch.Hope to see you out on a ride sometime, and remember - you're a honorary member of a very special club - swim 2.4, cycle 112, run 26.2 Respect dude !

Monday 11 April 2005

Graham B

Posted : 06:58
Cracking times well done.

Kit

Posted : 13:00
Nice one Gerry - impressive stuff

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 19:37

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Thanks for the messages. Times on welcome page is gun time took us over 5 mins to cross the start.Having now completed my first Marathon (thought it would be my last but feeling different 24 hours later) big respect to Rich for having run 7 in so many months and how Rich and Phil are mad enough to be doing Comrades and those of you doing the 7X7 marathons all bonkers!Finding stairs a bit tricky today! But achieving my aim of sub four makes the pain seem worth it, and that old wives tale that the true half way point in a marathon is 20 miles is no tale although for me it was 18/19!!Looking forward to seeing you all go through the experience at London next Sunday.

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 21:01
Ok its my turn to say i want one(race no that is)if anyone has a spare shakespeare marathon no,i would like it.exeter,s full as well, i dont believe it,not usualy this disorganized,very un welshlike.

Sunday 10 April 2005

rob M

Posted : 20:02
Dispite near death at 30k our very own Gerry dug deap and did a craking sub 4!!! well 3.53 Well done girl. and i know your all desperate to know victor also did a good time 3.23.59.....well done guys.

steve.j [westonac]

Posted : 20:38
big up to the pair of them.a great effort!!!!!

Rich G. [wac international]

Posted : 22:38
a big well done to gerry and nealie, massive effort.

Saturday 09 April 2005

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 10:13

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Thanks guys, will try my best, just about to leave, feeling very sick!! Seemed a good idea back in January after having the two club places for London (stolen) from me by Steve & Graham, the reality of actualy attempting those 26.2 miles is now not so appealing.However I will look forward to cheering you both on next week if i can spot you through the masses.

Friday 08 April 2005

Graham B [WAC]

Posted : 09:52
Good Luck to Gerry and Victor for their Marathon this weekend!!

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 14:58
good luck to princess lia & victor(obi moan)in rotterdam this weekend,may the force be with you.

jenko le menko

Posted : 21:15
Neale & Gerry go kick some ass,carefull now you dont go off to fast!!!!Come next Thursday you can tell the tale, I will be sitting there very pale.Good luck!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

A Worried ex Firestarter

Posted : 21:50
MISSING IN ACTION.Has anybody seen a slightly goofy , but seriously fit triathlete who use to run with the club and cheer us up with his jovial banter. Rumour has it that he was thinking of joining Clevedon so he can get out of early morning shifts at the Cracker.Also missing for some time now , another jovial chap ( shaven headed ,tatoos ) answers to the name of Richie. If anybody has spotted these two reprobates let us know and get them back training.

Victor

Posted : 21:51

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Thank you all , i will try my best to keep ahead of her indoors and not be to sick on the way round.

the huddled masses [waco]

Posted : 22:55
have'nt you heard, he's our next social secretary and is busy sorting out a full calender of events.

Thursday 07 April 2005

Graham Brooks [WAC]

Posted : 07:03
Gerry H found this link on the runnersworld website for pace bands (does miles and K's) thought it might be of use. http://www.kilocalculo.com./UK/KiloCalculoMainPage.htm

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 08:29

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Thanks Graham, will check it out, but i don't think it will be as good as my Blue Peter style home made one!

DAVE JONES

Posted : 08:49
TO all club members over 40! who is holding the VETS TEAM Trophy (glass Vase)from last years Prom Run Series? I need it back please, it needs engraving, also to get ready for this years winners. Thanks DAVE.

Kevin Minty [Weston AC]

Posted : 11:22
GOOD LUCK TO ALL WESTON AC DOING THE 2005 LONDON MARATHONNot running due to our baby coming 2 weeks early via C section on Mon 11.4.05 (if not before).I'll, hopefully, be watching, cuddling my new son or daughter.HOPE YOU ALL HAVE A GOOD ONE!

Monday 04 April 2005

Graham Brooks [WAC]

Posted : 07:29
Congrats to all the Taunton Marathoners yesterday especially Rich for ducking under the Magical 4 hr mark for the first time. 1 question though Rich what happened to the going through the half in 1:50 then?

Rich Coleman [WAC]

Posted : 15:07
For all you budding adventure racers -Orienteering event on Sunday 8 May 2005 at Worlebury Woods - Weston-Super-Mare.Blue, Green, Light Green, Orange, Yellow, White with Electronic Punching (SI) and String ( children )courses.Details on the BOK website.http://www.freenetpages.co.uk/hp/bristoloklub/

Gerry K [WAC]

Posted : 16:28
Just got May's Runner's World which gives Phil a name check for Coastal Marathon and has good action pic of Chris in Tough Ten. Love the 1990 picture too..

Sunday 03 April 2005

steve.j [newsflash]

Posted : 15:32
Well done to Tricky Ricky who has just confirmed he ran a 3.52 in todays Taunton marathon. You can let yur guard down now tricky and have a few beers you have earned it.Well done to everyone else who competed in the half/marathon.

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 18:46
thaks jinker,got your message under my wiper,yes i did enjoy my 1 1/2 mile walk back to the car, a big thanks to every body today from our club who made it a memorable experience, roger was there today (a 300 + marathon man)who i ran antartica with, thought id beaten him, when at 24 miles up that rotten hill, he sprinted past saying'your good but not good enough'cheers roge i'll get there.

Rich G.

Posted : 18:49
oh and brian, another top tip for you,if a lady runner tells you she's injured or tired and going to run slow,dont believe a word of it!!!!!

Anthony [Brackla Harriers]

Posted : 20:37
Many thanks to you all for your encouragement at the 'home straight' today.Rich GExcellent sub4 for you, well done, i'll have to watch out for you in future it seems !!!Geri h,I was hoping you would have stopped when i saw you on your bike, turned around, and offered me a lift back, i was absolutely starving hungry shortly after i saw you, and at mile 20 lost the 'will to run' !!Well done to Natasha too, i had a 'sprint' left in my legs...(honest), but i wouldn't have had the heart to pass you at the end :)

Saturday 02 April 2005

steve.j [westonac]

Posted : 14:25
you should stop jumping off wardrobes tricky, then your back would not be so bad.

Bryan 'Cripple' Morley [WAC]

Posted : 19:15

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Hi All! Just wishing those of you participating in the Taunton Half/Marathon all the best of luck. Come on Phil (Bird) with lucky number 52!Top Tip of the Day: Don't eat a whole jumbo bag of pork scratchings all by yourself in the space of 10mins. Not only do the hairy bits get stuck in your teeth (ooerrr Missus) but you end up with pork breath and burps! Not nice as my better half can testify when I snogged her earlier.Has anyone else got any top tips they can share with the club?

steve.j

Posted : 19:59
always carry a toilet roll!!!!

Rich G.

Posted : 22:03
ten pints of guinness are preferable after a marathon, than before,

Friday 01 April 2005

rich g

Posted : 01:45
IM SO BAD BABY I DONT CARE.

Graham Brooks [WAC] E-mail Graham Brooks

Posted : 07:19
If anyone wishes to sponsor me for running the London Marathon (running for GetKids Going which helps disabled kids get into sport) then please visit www.justgiving.co.uk/glgb Many thanks.

the real Rich G [wac]

Posted : 11:49
London marathons getting more expensive,what wth sponsoring big bloke and jenko,my 50p pocket money will be gone.nice try jenko but i was tucked up in bed at 11.30pm.

Anthony [Brackla Harriers]

Posted : 16:38
Good luck Rich G (and any other Westonites doing the Taunton Mara / half mara this weekend).I shall be plodding around the full 26.2 having done very little preparation and carbo loading mostly on chips and choccy easter eggs.Please say 'hi' if you whizz past me :)

steve.j

Posted : 20:37
seems you have another impersinator,(bad spelling)tricky, sure was not me at that time on a school night.

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 22:30
good luck to you too anthony, as for wizzing past, maybe if im on my motorbike, as usual quite happy to be fat bloke at the back.see you sunday,(provided my backs ok)

Thursday 31 March 2005

Phil (bird)

Posted : 09:30
Hi Bryan, was just about to put message on asking if anyone had a spare number cuz I want one. So if noone else wants it (your number that is, before anyone puts something dodgy on...Rich or Steve) I'll have it.

Ginnie E-mail Ginnie

Posted : 11:18
Just to let you know, got my op on the 8th April, so gimme a couple of months and I'll be back on the road!!PS. Got lots of dodgy photos, but don't know if they should be released or not, especially the guy who took one of the disposable cameras at my party outside and photographed something unmentionable, looks a bit like Vicor!!

Ginnie

Posted : 11:19
Or Victor even!!

Bryan Morley [WAC]

Posted : 11:21

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Phil (Bird), I'll give the Taunton Marathon organisers a buzz to see if it can be transferred over to you. I'll let you know how I get on.

Bristol Cancer Help Centre E-mail Bristol Cancer Help Centre

Posted : 14:06
The Bristol Cancer Help Centre is looking for runners to help us celebrate our 25th birthday. Please join one of our teams raising money to help people living with cancer and thier families. We have places in the New York Marathon, Bristol Half Marathon and the Great North Run, for information please contact Danny on (0117) 9809529 or dburke@bristolcancerhelp.org

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 18:27
im most offended phil,it was probably steve, it usualy is,

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 18:53
on a more seriouse note, sorry to here of your injury brian,hope your not out for too long,and ginnie it will be great to have you back running with us, i miss all the bad language espesialy when we get to hills.grumpy victor does'ent quite cut the mustard.is that dodgy enough for you phil,or should i say simon!!!.

tricky ricky [again]

Posted : 20:51
hey nice photo jenko, whats that,running bear, so thats how your going to raise 1000, is it alowed, i know you get sore, where you going to pin your number,is it you in ginnies photo.

steve.j [sponser me please]

Posted : 23:34
yeah thats right tricky stitch me up again, always get the blame, revenge shall be mine.

Wednesday 30 March 2005

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 19:02

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That photo supplied by Tony on the Gallery has obviously given fellow members lots of fun judging by the amount of captions!So more of the same please, there must be loads more floating about that could give us all a laugh.

bardy

Posted : 19:12
one of you at the wet t shirt competition would be good, gerry,

Bryan Morley [WAC] E-mail Bryan Morley

Posted : 22:05

195 messages | 42 events entered.
Hi Guys and Gals,My left knee is knackered which means that, save for an act of God, I'm not going to be entering the Taunton Marathon. Would anyone like my number?If so, leave me a message on 01934 824170 or email me.

Sunday 27 March 2005

jenkos top tip

Posted : 21:24
I recommend Hot Cuisine in St James Street for a top curry and they do english foods as well for those that dont do currys. Had to wait an hour for the food but it was well worth it.Drinks expensive but food cheaper than my normal haunt.

Saturday 26 March 2005

Bardi Collins [vintage hot legs wac.]

Posted : 22:15
Is the rumour true Geraldine, that you are participating in a wet t shirt competition at Oasis thursday night,if so, i will see you there, any other wac ladys taking part, could be extra points for the club championship.

Friday 25 March 2005

steve.j (29) [westonac]

Posted : 00:44
thanks for the advice will look into it

Rich Coleman [Weston AC]

Posted : 11:58
Rich G.Great picture and article in this weeks Mercury !I can see a day's canoeing on the Wye coming up ?

rich g [wac]

Posted : 18:21
thanks rich, a days canoeing sounds great, if we could organize a club thing that would be good.on another note, isn't it about time we had a lads night out, you know jenko's turning thirty and hanging his trainers up after london, march the 31st club oasis, bring your own towels,should be a good night out, if steve can take the pace now he's an oldie. saga holidays from now on stevie boy.

steve.j (still 29 just) [club crem]

Posted : 21:00
it aint over rich till the fat lady sings. as for the pace i did myself proud in bristol last night, only puked once,damm cocktails.catch u 7.30am nice n early for a beaut of a 16 miler, followed by a full english.

Victor

Posted : 21:08

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Our father who art in millenium, Ruddock be thy name . Thy grand slam come,trys will be done , by Peel Henson + Williams.Give usthis day our bread of heaven + forgive us our offside ,as we ruck those who tresspass the wrong side. Lead us notinto bad discipline ,but deliver us from Ireland,for Wales is the kingdom,the dragon + the daffodil, forever + ever . Amen.That little poem is for the two token taffs ( Bobby , Rich ) congratulations on winning a sub standard six nations.I noticed Bobby's England rugby top is now up for grabs on E bay.

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 21:40
well victor, thanks for the poem, down load it off the internet did you? as for token welshman, i think some of my fondest memorys are saturday afternoons in the 70'swatching the welsh play, almost a ritual in our house, i can still recall the chearing when wales invaryably scored against english, and mums disdain at our delight that the old enemy had been vanquished(mums english)great memorys,more off the same please, mr ruddock.

Thursday 24 March 2005

Marathon advice

Posted : 08:49
Steve - very surprized its not more of a weight gain with all those gadgets, all you need is legs!!

sore legs

Posted : 11:24
steve have you thought about pushing one of those plastic wheel barrows around,pop a telly and a generator in there plus, a dvd player, six pack of stella, 'you've got it made.'

Wednesday 23 March 2005

30 somthing [club]

Posted : 11:45
there is an upside to turning thirty steve, 'erm, um, well, ok i'll get back to you on that one'.but just think how fat you could be without running, and threshers profits would expand just like your belly.

Tuesday 22 March 2005

Gerry K [WAC] E-mail Gerry K

Posted : 18:14
Have heard about newspaper picture but not seen it, so if anyone has a copy can they save it and I'll have a look next time we are at the club. Thanks. Bye the way, I'm hoping the race website will post chip-to-chip times soon as I had a PB (just) according to my watch which isn't reflected in the gun-to-chip time!

STEVE.J [WESTON FAT BOYZ CLUB]

Posted : 22:53
NOW ON WEEK 12 OF 15 OF MARATHON TRAINING, DONE GLOUCESTER 20, DONE THE GRIZZLY(JUST), BAGGED A PB IN PROM, RAN 22 MILES LAST SUNDAY, DONE SHED LOADS OF MILES IN BETWEEN, 4 WEEK WEIGH IN??? GAINED A POUND!!!!!!!THE ONLY SIX PACK IM LIKELY TO GET IS FROM THRESHERS 6XFOSTERS FOR 5.50.STILL HITTING THE BIG 30 SOON SO ITS ALL OVER ANYWAY.

Monday 21 March 2005

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 18:06
my appologies for absence tonight, hopefully there will be a few people down, normal service will be resumed after easter,

david baily

Posted : 20:41
Gerry and Teresa, did you know your photo's are on the front of the western daily press.

Sunday 20 March 2005

MAX BOYCE

Posted : 12:40
I think what you mean is what a fantastic weekend of sport....Wales back where we belong...shame its only taken 20+ years..

Grand Slam Fan

Posted : 14:19
Mae hen wlad fy nhadau yn annwyl i mi Gwlad beirdd a chantorion enwogion o fri Ei gwrol ryfelwr, gwlad garwyr tra mad Tros ryddid collasant eu gwaed. Gwlad Gwlad, Pleidiol wyf i'm gwlad, Tra môr yn fur i'r bur hoff bau O bydded i'r hen iaith barhau

dolly the sheep

Posted : 15:44
could not agree more.

steve.j (sunday road runners) [westonac] E-mail steve.j (sunday road runners)

Posted : 17:17
troops i have measured todays fun and exciting route at 21.73 miles.Can anyone add to that???wheres jim and his gps when you need him???same again next week???????bring it on!!!!!!!

Rich G. [more chips please]

Posted : 18:18
acording to my piece of string and a 1897 o/s map(about when tony started running)its 22, feels like 22, you know sore nipples and things, thats what im putting in my diary, yes definatly,22

monday night club [wac]

Posted : 19:58
how many runners does it take to change a light bulb, answer lots, monday nights need you to assist us in this most difficult of jobs, your reward a gentle six mile relaxing run and maybe just maybe, a cup of tea and a piece of toast, 7pm hutton moor,help us to light up the world.

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 21:06

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22,22,22,22,22,22,22,22,22,22,22,22,22,Thats what i've recored it as, my left hamstring is very sore, not even the cold bath torture helped today! But at least no chafing, obviously got the vaseline in all the right places!!Hope everyone running Bath Half today had good runs.

steve.j [westonac]

Posted : 21:14
im glad to see you are all putting my age next week on this web site, its hard to be young.not aching to bad after all and look forward to another hard weeks training.if any one wants to join me and tricky on wed at 6pm for a 12 miler and sat am at 8pm for a 16 miler please come along, both from hutton moor. not running sunday due to my 22nd bhday.thank you and goodnight.increase the peace

steve.j

Posted : 21:22
sat am at 8am thank you,ok i give in 22 it is, felt more like 10,says he who cant move from the sofa and is trying to get beck to get him another fosters and she not having none of it.

Saturday 19 March 2005

Rich G. [party starts here]

Posted : 17:23
The Dreaming has ended, grand slam home were it belongs, big up the Welsh.did you want a copy of the national anthem victor, i have severel spare,

steve.j [westonac]

Posted : 17:54
still staying tee-total then tricky?????

Rich G. [grand slam 2005]

Posted : 18:55
dont want to spill beer on my welsh shirt, do i jenko!

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 19:46

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Did you all have the delight of receiving your Grizzley photos in the post this morning?One word best describes mine 'HIDEOUS'

Victor

Posted : 20:16

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Bad day for sport lovers, and i am not on about Gers Grizzly photos.

brian moor [hooker]

Posted : 20:56
know what you mean victor, england still have a lot of work to do, wonder how many will make the lyons squad,1 mabe 2????

Thursday 17 March 2005

Bryan Morley [WAC]

Posted : 09:25

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Hey Rich, glad to hear I won't be the only sad soul doing the full Taunton Marathon from WAC. It'll be my first marathon so I fully expect to be trailing in your wake, you seasoned marathon man you! Have you got a bungee rope thingy to drag me along with? Hurt me Rich, make me bleed!

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 12:54

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Good for you Bryan I think anyone who is prepared to sign up for two laps on that course is bonkers!!At least you wont lose your shoes, no mud!!

STeve.J [WESTONAC]

Posted : 15:59
pledge!!!!!!!!!is that not a polish, not that i would know, its patricks day and u r on the wagon?, no guniess (spelt wrong again)after the wind free prom,tricky sort it out mate. april 1st to the 17th is the dry out period

Rich G.

Posted : 17:23
i would'nt run with me brian im toooo slow,you will be 3.30/3.40 if not quicker,as for a wind free prom,i dont know about that i had beans for dinner,i know its paddys day,celebrate while you can, saturday is the day of reconing,grand slam home where it belongs.

c3po

Posted : 17:48
dont mince your words gerry,tell it like it is, way to go princess,

Wednesday 16 March 2005

Teresa E-mail Teresa

Posted : 11:51
Message for Phil Richards - As agreed I've entered us as a ladies team for the Questars trio race on 23 April in the Brecons. See www.questars.co.uk for details. Might see you at the prom tomorrow night, and we can fix up some canoeing practice time.

Phil [WAC] E-mail Phil

Posted : 14:28
Teresa - was just thinking about that. Will be at prom (in body if not in spirit) so will sort something out then. Have to warn you though, went mountain biking yest, and really not v. good!

Anthony [Brackla Harriers]

Posted : 20:17
Hi rich gI'm back running again, but very inconsistent, haven't done a marathon since Dublin last October, will be doing the full 26.2 at Taunton though (again). I'd be happy to amble around in sub4 though.Thanks for the link, i'll have a browse through the photos when i get chance !

Rich G.

Posted : 20:36
see you at taunton,i'll be happy to amble around for a sub 4,that would be a pb for me.

steve.j

Posted : 20:51
under 3.45 and its a 4 pack of guniesstricky, i know its spelt wrong but im knackered, need rest & a good massage.

Rich G.

Posted : 20:55
it'll have to be a four pack of lilt,ive sighned the pledge,are we going to kick ass tomorrow or what!!!!

Monday 14 March 2005

If I Laugh [wac]

Posted : 00:36
If I laugh just a little bitmaybe i can forget the chancethat i had to give to know youand live in peace, in peaceIf i laugh just a little bitmaybe i can forget the plans thati didn't use to get to know youat home - with me -aloneIf i laugh just a little bitmaybe i can recall the waythat i used to be, before youand sleep at night-and dreamif i laugh,baby if i laughjust a little bit-

monday night club [wac]

Posted : 17:38
dont forget boys and girls, 7pm hutton moor, for the nearly st patricks day gentle six, come along and burn those calories off!

steve.j [ref grizzly]

Posted : 20:12
when i crossed the finish line i said never again, 24hrs on and bring it on, next time i will run it!!!!!!!

monday night report

Posted : 20:15
well im delighted to report that in spite of the absense of inspector gadget(london training) monday night is alive and well with a fab four out training tonight,so come on lets double the number for next week.

Rich G. [ref grizzly]

Posted : 20:16
will you have gps and dvd with you next year jenko.

Wednesday Night Cinema Club.

Posted : 21:38
Happy Birthday to Miss White,21 again.Lagers that is.

Sunday 13 March 2005

Rob Morgan

Posted : 15:08

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I was willing to swap Grizzly entry for a Wales v Ireland ticket....

the fat boys [wac]

Posted : 18:23
big up to gerry,fantastic time,fat boys still need to lose a bit of weight,a good turn out of yellow vests,and the t shirt was definatly worth the effort, rob the wales/ireland tickets are on ebay at 500+ a pair bargain dont you think!!!!

Saturday 12 March 2005

rob morgan E-mail rob morgan

Posted : 10:00

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Great weather for Sunday - who wants my grizz entry??

ANDY ROBINSON [RFU]

Posted : 10:51
Poor old bobby, grizzly place about as popular as england v scotland tickets.

Friday 11 March 2005

rich g [wac]

Posted : 19:15
hi anthony,you back running yet???for more details on the marathons its worth checking their website www.findelmundomarathon05.com,if your realy unlucky theres a picture of me in the club vest,but no yellow shorts as i fed them to a fur seal.

Thursday 10 March 2005

ROB MORGAN

Posted : 12:50

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Two down one to go!!

Wednesday 09 March 2005

Steve Baxter

Posted : 07:12
My Grizzly place has gone. Good luck to all runners on Sunday.

Claudine

Posted : 12:57
So's mine!! (Grizzly place that is - go Pam!!!)

Tuesday 08 March 2005

Graham B [WAC]

Posted : 09:15
Anyone that would like a Grizzly entry ? (13)Contact Martin on 0117 936 6648 or 01934 635567

Rich Coleman [WAC]

Posted : 13:08
Victor, I've been too scared to even come out for the Sunday runs on the Mendips ! I'm taking a (well earned?) rest and will return at the end of the summer.Good luck to all the Weston runners going down for the Grizzly, forget the pain - it's only weakness leaving the body !

postcard to jenko

Posted : 21:22
is this a weston ac outbreak of the little known virus,grizzly itus,come on jenko dont let me down, burger and chips+ mint sauce are on me,the t shirts are cool as well,

Anthony [Brackla Harriers]

Posted : 22:34
Rich GWell done !!!!Hope you can publish an account of your races / journey around the world on this website soon, it'll be great to hear all about it in greater detail.ps. did Weston AC pay for all your expenses while you were away ? :)

Monday 07 March 2005

Steve Baxter E-mail Steve Baxter

Posted : 07:59
Grizzly entry going - price 13.00 cheque to Weston Hospice. 01278 760346 Evenings, 0117 9886730 Day

Graham Brooks [WAC] E-mail Graham Brooks

Posted : 08:07
Can anyone recommend somewhere to get a sports massage in and around weston.

Claudine Mercer [WAC] E-mail Claudine Mercer

Posted : 14:11
Calling all female club members - I can go one better than Mr Baxter - one Grizzly entry available FOR FREE!!!Day: 01454 634202 or see below e-mail address

Rob Morgan

Posted : 15:17

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Dropping like flies...I'll never get rid of mine at this rate.

Rich Coleman [WAC]

Posted : 17:08
And mine. I've offered it to Kit but even He's doubtful.This would have been my 14th Grizzly, but the thought of seeing Victor heading off into the sunset would just be too painful !

steve.j [westonac]

Posted : 17:27
Depending on Gloucester 20 recovery my Grizzly may be up for grabs as well.Will decide after Thursdays run if i make it or not.Q, If you were running London for the first time would you risk injury on the grizzly????Answers on a postcard please cant make my mind up.

Victor

Posted : 22:03

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I will be proudly trying my best at the Grizzly, and i cannot believe Rich (firesarter) Colman is running that scared.Must be too much Monday night mileage.

Sunday 06 March 2005

rich g [wac]

Posted : 21:28
well done to all of you who did the gloucester 20,espessialy to jenko for beating the princess,way to go jinker!!,as for me 4.29.39.for the fin del mundo,and still in one piece,start my journy home tommorow so see you at the grizzly.

Saturday 05 March 2005

rich g [wac]

Posted : 19:50
i dont remember the sub four bit ,victor,how about double or quits,wales for the grand slam,england for the wooden spoon,i will try for a sub four tommorow but would quite like to be able to walk to the plane,the hair bear bunch versus the mullet,bring it on,let you know how i get on,its a catamaran ride to the start that should be interesting!

ps

Posted : 19:52
the welsh team must be monday nighters!!!!

Friday 04 March 2005

Graham Brooks [WAC]

Posted : 11:45
There is a rumour doing the rounds that a man wearing a weston ac vest has been abducted by emporer penguins and was last seen on an iceberg disappearing towards the South pole with mutterings about the monday nighters and world domination!!

the real rich g [world domination ac]

Posted : 13:45
emporer penguins 1,monday night club 2, but seriously folks,5.21.10,on a wet and muddy course,figuer of 8,2 laps,twice up a 1 in four glacier(no fox or mints tho)very tough,but good fun,ha ha,anyway back in ushuia and preparing for next marathon,having a great time,and if you think i was bad at the awards night,imagine ten nights on board ship with me.nightmare,cu you all soon,rich of the antarctic.

rich g

Posted : 13:48
ps, travelling has not improved my spelling,and jenko where were you at the tough ten, you slacker.

Rich Coleman [WAC (Retired)]

Posted : 16:34
Triathlon Beginners Day @ Churchill Sports Centre - Sunday 17th April.9am - 3pm. 25 Will cover:Stroke analysis ( videoed ).Rules & regulations.Bike selection and equipment.Bike set up. Group ride.Run training.Transitions.Nutrition.etc. etc.Only 8 places available. This day is aimed at total beginners and will start right from basics.Contact Churchill Sports Centre on 01934 814579

rich g [weston ac(south pole)]

Posted : 21:13
ok so, just got back from a six mile run with the lads,and now feel ready for the fin del mundo(end of the world)marathon,not convinced the world is round,but there you go,night clubbing tonight and a good massage tommorow (no extras)bore you all to death with the details when i get back,t.t.f.n

VICTOR

Posted : 21:21

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Well done Rich, Hope you are not suffering to much frostbite. Shame you did not go under 4 hours then i would have had to pay my dues. We did say Wales to win and sub 4 didn't we.

steve.j [weston ac the place to be]

Posted : 21:54
big up trickster, well done!!!!!not yet qualifyed for the guiness but im sure you will get there in normal weather conditions.as for tough ten??? well its just not tough enough, so went on a 16 miler out to breen.bring it on!!!!! tricky

Thursday 03 March 2005

Kevin Neads [CAC] E-mail Kevin Neads

Posted : 17:42
I ran the tough ten 2005 race number 354 but am not listed in the results. Finished approx 1.15.10

Shaun Callaghan [WAC]

Posted : 18:00
Kevin, sorry we cannot help. The Tough Ten is organised by the Lions Club. I think the contact is Michael Buckland (01934 522147).

Wednesday 02 March 2005

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 18:46

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Well Rich G we are waiting, how did you get on?Did any penguins pass you at 20 miles?How are the legs feeling, are you ready for marathon number two?

Sunday 27 February 2005

Rich G WAC

Posted : 18:36
I've had to leave the country after my performance at the Xmas dinner. The physical scars have healed but the mental ones remain

Ginnie [Weston AC] E-mail Ginnie

Posted : 19:04
Dear All,Thanks to all those who helped me celebrate my 5oth (and those who couldn't make it), I had a great night and hope you did too. Although I'm trying to find out who stroked my sisters bum thinking it was me???!!!Or maybe they knew it wasn't me??Anyway thank you all for such wonderful and diverse presents, too many to mention individually, (Phil would chuck me out for clogging up the message board!!)Look forward with gusto to the next 50 years. XXXX

Malcolm G (Weston AC)

Posted : 20:59

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Club race schedule for 2005 will be available this week. See notice board for details. Individual copies are available from me on Tuesday or Thursday.

Friday 25 February 2005

Anthony [Brackla Harriers]

Posted : 21:15
Rich G,What event are you doing at the moment ?Seems like you're miles away enjoying yourself though !

Thursday 24 February 2005

Richard (Scott of the Antartic) Griffiths

Posted : 22:02
Cold down here bit of chafing going on under my club vest. Just been overtaken by two emperor penguins, trying to talk them in to joining the Monday night posse.

Wednesday 23 February 2005

Kira Thorpe [WAC]

Posted : 08:37
For all you advernture racers and those looking for soemthing a bit different keep up to date on what actvities are happening on Exmoor by logging onto:http://www.activeexmoor.com

Kira Thorpe [WAC]

Posted : 08:50
After feeling like a lump of lard on the beach last night i have finally succumbed to putting my running shoes away as i approach the 22nd week of pregnancy.Thanks for all the chatty company at the pack of the pack and i look forward to running with you all again soon and getting my running fitness back on track

Rich Ford E-mail Rich Ford

Posted : 17:14
Anyone wany a Grizzly entry? only clause is I want to keep my name on it so I get an entry form next year. Plus you must do the race with both shoes on

Thomas Ford

Posted : 17:20
Dad, it is want, not wany, you wally

Tuesday 22 February 2005

Bryan Morley [Weston AC]

Posted : 10:33

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Well done Kathleen with the Dursley Dozen result. Good to see you back running again! I will miss you not cheering me on from the roadside.

Graham Brooks [WAC] E-mail Graham Brooks

Posted : 11:03
Is anyone running the Glos 20 in March. If so and you want to share a lift let me know on the email address below.

STEVE.J/ MY MEMORY IS OGING NOW IM NEARER TO 30 [WESTONAC]

Posted : 12:44
@@IT FORGOT ALL ABOUT IT, BEST ENTER NOW IF ITS NOT TO LATE.

ME

Posted : 12:44
GOING CANT SPELL EITHER

Rich g [wac]

Posted : 13:12
just wanted to say,arrived safely in ushuaia,catching the ship for drakes passage at 1600 hrs today tuesday,buenos aires was a blast,even managed some tango lessons,the first marathon is on sat 26th, the second, fin del mundo, is the following sunday, three continents down(hopefully)four to go,anyway got to go,rich

Kit [WAC]

Posted : 15:56
If anyone sees Bardi Collins wearing a pair of Red/Grey Nike trainers at training tonight can you get them off him for me. They're mine and he thinks because he found them in the changing rooms they are automatically his!! There is a pint in it for the person that makes the citizens arrest.

Rob Morgan

Posted : 16:50

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A pint...A Pint....hardly worth turing up at efforts on a cold windy night for a pint. Make it a night out with a kebab and im your man for trainer retrieval.

Kit

Posted : 18:00
then a kebab night it is. If the trainers look smelly try and get 50 out of him. I'm nearly injury free so I'll be back soon to kick some WAC ass.

Victor

Posted : 21:34

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I saw a pair of brand new red Nike trainers halfway up telegraph pole in South Road whilst out doing speedwork with the Viking. Scared of heights so left them.

turtle

Posted : 22:00
sorry was that kiss or kick (kit)

Monday 21 February 2005

Kira Thorpe [WAC]

Posted : 08:29
Taunton Tri almost full - Get your entry in this week & you may get a place

Rob Dillon

Posted : 14:42
HiIs there anyone out there in the Triathlon world who can give me some info on either the Weymouth or Bala Half Iron Man contest for 2005, as I'm unable to get any link up on my computer. It would be very helpful if I could get hold of an entry form.RegardsRob.

Rich Coleman [WAC ( Retired )]

Posted : 14:48
Robbie, For Bala try www.wrecsamtri.org.uk, for Weymouth try www.conceptsport.co.uk

Rich Coleman [WAC (Retired)]

Posted : 14:54
Robbie, Weymouth and Bala are both on the same day ( 5th June ) !

Rob Dillon

Posted : 17:53
Thanks Richard, big help.Rob

Saturday 19 February 2005

victor rules ok [wac]

Posted : 01:56

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big up to victor, weston ac massive.

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 09:46
still cant believe i got the most improved,runner.but would just like to say a big thank you to all the club members who have and continue to inspire me, see you all at the grizzly, and Neale im looking forward to spending that ten pounds when Wales beat France.t.t.f.n

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 11:43

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Rich, best of luck on your trip, well done for last night! Top value entertainment again, I think Pam is still in shock!Can't quite beleive you are up and about posting messages on this site b4 10 o clock!!Needless to say Victor hasn't got up yet!!

Rich G.

Posted : 13:07
Pam was'nt the only female club member i shocked last night, but that would be telling!!. im not fourty yet gerry,so not quite a vet/light weight yet.pipe and slippers will have to wait.

ANDY FORDHAM

Posted : 18:10
GOOD LUCK TO ALL OF YOU DOING THE TOUGH TEN I HAVE PULLED OUT THE SPRINGS GONE ON MY POGO STICK. STILL GOT TO GIVE THE SNOWYS A CHANCE.

eric bristow

Posted : 18:57
would that be slowys numbnutslearn to spell

Victor

Posted : 20:35

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Thanks to Jim and the committee for an excellent do last night. Well done to Phil and Chairperson Bob on the speeches although i found the content of part of Bob's a little distasteful.Congratulations to the two big winners Shaun + Phil well deserved. Needless to say i will be trying hard to defend my title next year.

Mike Adams [Bristol & West A.C.]

Posted : 23:35
Hello Sunny Weston-super-Mare!Please circulate your club with the following news:Bridge Inn Race scheduled for Tuesday 22 February has been postponedBecause of the weather forecast (very high chance of snow Monday and Tuesday), it has been decided to postpone the race scheduled for 22 February. The decision was taken by the Race Director and Race Secretary on Saturday evening, in good time to inform others.It is now re-scheduled for 29 March, 7:30pm.The first race of the Summer Series is scheduled for 26 April.Thanks very muchMike Adams, Race Secretary.

Friday 18 February 2005

weston nhs

Posted : 00:27
we have(a-ward) for you here victor,the only one you will get and you can sit here and stare out of the window. and if you are good we let you run, a bath that is, cause that is all you can run victor, keep smiling colgate needs you

Thursday 17 February 2005

William Shakespeare [Twelth Night culture i dont believe it!]

Posted : 00:59
If music be the food of love, play on;Give me excess of it,that,surfeiting,The appetite may sicken,and so die.That strain again-it had a dying fall:O, it came o'er my ear like the sweet sound That breaths upon a bank of violets,Stealing and giving odour! Enough;no more. 'tis not so sweet now as it was before. O spirit of love, how quick and fresh art thou!That not withstanding thy capacity recieveth as the the sea,nought enters here,Of what validity and pitch soe'erbut falls into abatement and low price,Even in a minute!so full of shapes and fancy, That alone is high fantastical.

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 08:44

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Hi Liz,Glad you are planning a big come back and that you have no major injury.Hopefully see you soon.

CAPTAIN JENKO RETURNS FROM SPAIN [WESTONAC] E-mail CAPTAIN JENKO RETURNS FROM SPAIN

Posted : 16:48
TROOPS DO YOUR CAPTAIN PROUD IN TONIGHTS PROM, HOPEFULLY WE WILL HAVE A FULL SQUAD OUT.SORRY I CANT MAKE IT.IT SEEMS IN MY ABSENCE WE HAVE GONE ALL ROMANTIC, IT SEEMS LOVE IS IN THE AIR BUT FOR WHO???????OH ANDIF ANYONE WANTS MY TOUGH TEN PLACE GIVE ME A HOLLER, TEXT 07879 476706 OR EMAIL ME BELOW.GOOD LUCK IN THE PROM RUN CHAPS & LADYS YOU HAVE PERFECT CONDITIONS WHICH I AM ANNOYED ABOUT, BET ITS WINDY AS ''''' IN MARCH.ALSO SORRY TO BORE I HAVE RECIEVED MY BATH HALF PLACE AS WELL EVEN THOUGH I HAVE HAD A REFUND ON IT SO I WILL CHECK IT OUT AND IF ITS OK SOMEONE CAN HAVE THAT AS WELL, ITS THE GREAT RACE NUMBER GIVE AWAY.

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 20:55
GLAD YOUR BACK CAPTAIN,if you got my message you know why im not there,but its ok pesueded andy fordham to take my place as he six minute miles,on a pogo stick(is that legal)as for romance jordan still not returning my calls,so it must be off then,see you at the pi/sorry awards night,what you going to do with all your trophys jenko.

Victor

Posted : 22:33

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I would like to thank everyone whohas voted for me in anticipation of my award tomorrow night. Thank you all , even the monday night fit club.

monday night club [wac]

Posted : 22:48
you better take a holdall to carry all your trophys victor, in an attempt to increase monday night runners, we have decided to have a go at building a scale model of the spitfire,we've got issue 1,bring your own glue.

Wednesday 16 February 2005

Liz Wiggins [WAC] E-mail Liz Wiggins

Posted : 10:42
Gerry H,Don't know what's happened of late - haven't got my act together at all. Various excuses but all pretty weak. I'm going to try and get my speed back up and then return with gusto!!

Ken Livingstone [mayor of london]

Posted : 22:16
Victor, that speach you wrote for me, can i have my money back.

Tuesday 15 February 2005

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 14:45
well done to Jane, great result!

Monday 14 February 2005

les bleu's

Posted : 12:02
your very silent victor,could it be somthing to do with the 18/17 scorelinethats what i call a French smash & grab, vive la France.

monday night report [wac]

Posted : 20:38
due to romantic commitments,the valentines massacre six was ran by the awsome foursome,we did spot a hansom creature(max)taking his owner for a walk,and were privileged to a sneak preview of gerrys valentine present,it was a foot long powered by six batterys and also lit up, anne summers eat your heart out. quite why victor was taking it in the park is anybody's guese.

Victor

Posted : 21:46

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Monday Night gang of Four doing utmost to keep ahead of Andy Fordham on pogo stick. With your welsh genes Valley boy if you put on five stone and grow your hair you will definitely take Adam Jones place in the front row. Bring on the Revolution.

valley boy [grand slam 2005]

Posted : 21:52
growing my hair is not an option,it will have to be a wig,i'll need a scrum cap to keep it on,andy fordham passed us on the prom pogoing backwardssinging the french national anthem.

Victor

Posted : 22:16

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Grand Slam , i think not. As a potential club champion , clubman ,chairmans choice hotlegs winner and being English i think i know about winning major sporting honours.

valley boy

Posted : 22:28
YEA RIGHT

Sunday 13 February 2005

FEB14TH [to pipa]

Posted : 01:20
So close to paradise, but so closer than i should be it's like im along for the ride it's happenened so unexpectedly, promised myself that iwould never love again, untill you came along and i just love you all the way, sorted respect due.

Rich G. [monday night massive wac]

Posted : 12:23
my appologies for not making it to the walnut this am,knees and achilies a bit sore,so resting up.as for monday night, forgot its valentines night,hopefully there will still be a few of us there(i agree with victor on this one it should be banned)oh and also any one wearing pink and looking furtive will be excluded,men included.

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 20:51

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Message for Liz Wiggins,Where are you, hope you are not still ill or injured!Message for Rich,I suppose thats a good enough excuse for missing this mornings run, I knew it wouldn't have anything to do with the gale force wind, rain and hail!!

Friday 11 February 2005

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 11:09
Hi Anthony,yes hope to do taunton,got to get my own back on natasha,nothing worse than being beaten by a person wearing red glove's and listening to Kylie,the coastal was tough 90% offroad100% knackering.

steve.j

Posted : 23:37
u wanna try being a england football fan not good

Thursday 10 February 2005

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 12:01
The weather today, is almost as gloomy as, Englands prospect's against France at the weakend,just think only seven days to the next prom, bring it on.

Big Bloke [WAC]

Posted : 12:18
Hopefully the storm will have blown itself out by next week!!

Anthony [Brackla Harriers]

Posted : 22:00
well done on another marathon quest Rich G (and fellow Westonites), just browsed the results and find the times a bit unusual for the 'normal' marathon / half marathon. Was this course exceptionally tough / impossible, ie. up and down cliffs ? Are you doing the Taunton marathon ?

Anthony [Brackla Harriers]

Posted : 22:03
And you lot think you've got it bad..... you should try being an England rugby fan living in Wales :(I've had torrids of verbal abuse since saturday night and my rugby jersey is now hidden in shame !!

Wednesday 09 February 2005

john wayne bobitt [WWW.JOHN.WAYNEBOBITT.COM]

Posted : 00:40
FEB 14TH IS APPROACHING FAST,ANY WAC LADY'S WHO WOULD LIKE TO COME FOR A CHINESE MEAL.(NO KNIVES ONLY CHOP STICKS)LET ME KNOW AT ADRESS BELOW.

Tuesday 08 February 2005

vote for jenko [westonac]

Posted : 09:59
temporary retirment i might add, keep the numbers up be back on the 25th april, lets not let it slip away like last time.perhaps victor secretly wants to join the monday night massive and hence why he is seen in the park checking if he could keep up or not!!!!!all team handsome and fire starters welcome to join on a trial period to see if you fit in/keep up.

Mendip hills warden

Posted : 12:18
We will vote for you jenko, as long as you promise to stop bearing your bum, and discarding you underpants on crooks peek, we assume its some form of pagan ritual, but you keep frightening the ramblers.

steve.j [westonac]

Posted : 23:10
big up to phil r for winning the endurance race from trickys message i thought u were first home but to win it is something else, did you win a prize?well done youngster!!!!!!

Monday 07 February 2005

Rob Morgan

Posted : 08:29

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Never mind 9/11 wahat about 11/9.

Peter Kennedy [TACH] E-mail Peter Kennedy

Posted : 14:46
You weston crew I hope you will be out in force to support the TACH St. Valentines race this sunday, like all TACH events it should be a cracker !!! (& Muddy)

monday night report [wac]

Posted : 20:23
tonight there was a magnificent seven,who completed the gentle six,on a night that was perfect for running,please can we have weather like that for this months prom,again no sighn of victor,and we also wish steve(jinker jenkins) all the best for his retirement,

Sunday 06 February 2005

English Victor

Posted : 21:06

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May i be the first to congratulate Valley Boy and all his fellow welshies on your fantastic hammering of an English fourth team . Lets look forward another twelve years to another close run thing.

valley boy

Posted : 23:19
sour grapes are very unsporting, a wins a win, i seem to remember a few close last minute drop/penalty goal winners from the english (fattys) grand slam here we come, hen wlad fy fy nhadau.

Friday 04 February 2005

political correctness lobby [nanny state]

Posted : 10:44
correct me if im wrong but, surely it should be club person of the year, we know victor is a bit of an old woman, but thats not the point.

Firestarter [WAC]

Posted : 11:13
Firestarter wants your votes. If you've had enough of Club do-gooders then Vote for Kit. It makes sense.

Claudine

Posted : 13:08
Good luck Natasha & Richard with the Coastal Marathon this weekend. (Rather you than me!!)

MAX [WAC]

Posted : 13:49
AS THE BEST LOOKING MEMBER OF OUR CLUB****VOTE*****FOR******ME

valley boy [Glangwyney trotters]

Posted : 18:49
dont get too dispondant neale when the welsh grind the english into the mud ofthe millenium stadium,'we'll be singingwhen were winning'

Gerry H [WAC]

Posted : 20:49

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Rob Morgan, you are in big trouble!!I also think Mrs Morgan and Mrs Trott might have a thing or two to say as well!!

rob morgan

Posted : 21:37

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Gerry,It may not have been me...I did send copies of our Christmas pics to a number of people......Anyway you still look lovely xxxx

Thursday 03 February 2005

Victor

Posted : 22:35

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Many thanks to all my supporters and devoted fans,lets have a fair fight and vote for me.

Monday 31 January 2005

calling all monday nighters [wac]

Posted : 13:16
good turn out tonight please, no slacking, for the monday night victor spotting six,prize for first person to see him,tba, 7pm hutton moor all abilitys welcome.

Sunday 30 January 2005

Shaun Callaghan [Webmaster]

Posted : 21:47

Saturday 29 January 2005

top tips [wac]

Posted : 18:00
heres a chat up line for you,in case you need it for this evening.did you buy your dress from saturn,cus your bum is out of this world,recon thats a nine on the slapometer.

Friday 28 January 2005

caught on camera [victor acs park patrol for dogging]

Posted : 21:03
no matter where victor goes, ie a park at night in the pouring rain, or a chinese takeaway after a thursday run , you can always tell its him by his big smile.

Thursday 27 January 2005

private eye magazine

Posted : 21:40
local running club celebrity spotted going in chinese take away,when asked would he like to see the chinese menu,victor replyed,'no i dont like that foreign muck, cod & chips with mushy pease please luv,a report by elfor leather.

Victor

Posted : 22:35

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Misread the name of the takeaway thought it was old dragon not red dragon , reminded me of her indoors .Loading up after good speed session.

Tuesday 25 January 2005

Ginnie [WAC]

Posted : 19:59
Spoke to Grace (Gammon) today. Says she's feeling much better and hopes to be home tomorrow, Malcolm can now use the washing machine alone, just has to tackle the ironing!!

Monday 24 January 2005

Ginnie [WAC] E-mail Ginnie

Posted : 20:39
Natasha,Wow, I was bowled over by your RSVP, it's great, thanks, the others have a lot to live up to!!

monday night report [wac]

Posted : 20:45
another good turn out tonight, with nine runners in total,(i know because simon counted them)and a good gentle six and a half miles in perfect conditions for running,was again enjoyed by all,and no sighn of victor wich was a definate plus.

Saturday 22 January 2005

Graham B [WAC]

Posted : 09:42
I'm sure that Steve won't mind the conditions as he is in Spain!!

Ginnie [WAC] E-mail Ginnie

Posted : 19:49
Don't forget guys and gals, I need RSVP's by 31st Jan.Ta.

Malcolm & Grace [WAC]

Posted : 21:20

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A big thank you to the club from Grace and myself for the flowers which arrived today. They brought a smile to her face and have helped to keep her spirits up during this difficult time. She is being transferred to the Glen in Bristol on Monday for further treatment.

Friday 21 January 2005

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 12:32
come on steve you keep telling me you'd quite like to take up the possition of a missionary, or was it the other way round????, snow and ice for next months prom. bring it on.

Thursday 20 January 2005

Rich Coleman [WAC ( Retired for the summer )]

Posted : 12:32
Novice mountain bike ride from Churchill Sports Centre this Sunday (23rd Jan) @ 9am. accompanied Children over the age of 12 welcome.

Firestarter (Neale Jarret is the Anti-christ campaign) [WAC]

Posted : 13:13
Sorry Victor, that's out of order. You know Andy Fordham wanted to do Monday Nights - but he was after a hard session. Out of interest, what does Natasha carry in those milk bottles?

monday night club [victor apreciation society]

Posted : 13:53
we dont need andy fordham,we have our own rocket man, malcom, not sure what nash has in her milk bottles mulled wine i think!,we'll be as fast as you one day firestarter,

steve.j [westonac]

Posted : 22:06
now im not a religious man. (and i cant even spell it)however for those that are i always have respect for your believes,so all im asking is next time you are in church or make a prare please ask for it not to be windy on the next prom.not to fussed about feb as im away but march would be good.thanks

Tuesday 18 January 2005

monday crew [monday night]

Posted : 11:09
would that be classed as dogging?????

Victor [Kit Stokes Fan Club]

Posted : 17:53

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Very Impressed, cold, wet, windy night,far too chilly for a fire starter and the Monday Night Massive are spotted doing speed work with new coach Andy The Viking Fordham!!!

the weston ac, top five, [mp3 player chart]

Posted : 23:58
victor, reasons to be chearfull part three.gerry h , four non blondes, whats going on.simon l too drunk to f***steve j im to sexiephil b never mind the b*ll***S

Monday 17 January 2005

Phil Hunt [WAC] E-mail Phil Hunt

Posted : 19:29
I'm still injured, so does anyone want my place in the Tough Ten? If your interested please Email me or you can phone me on 01934 516460.

monday night report [wac]

Posted : 22:56
the surviving monday night stalwarts + two new welcome members braved the elements for a good 7 mile recovery runenjoyed by all,my only question is were are the rest of you lazy lot,are we going to have to start giving tesco clubcard points to motivate you, of course you could allways join neale in the park on mondays walking max,why were you wearing a long rain mack neale????? in the dark hmm.

Sunday 16 January 2005

monday night club [wac]

Posted : 19:44
has your bread and butter gone soggy,heart of gold developed a murmuror just that your calves of steel are turning to jelly, help is at hand 7pm monday hutton moor the gentle six, all abilitys welcom.

the return [monday night posse]

Posted : 21:32
the monday night crew is back in force take note team vain/fire extingushers/batty boys.

COLIN LEE [WESTON AC] E-mail COLIN LEE

Posted : 21:42
My poor old legs need a runout and would like to feel the sea breezes around my bright green shorts ,if anyone out there has a spare Grizzly place i know a good home for it.Please contact me c/o this website many thanks

Thursday 13 January 2005

iron horse [this week i mostly bean eatin taramsalata,]

Posted : 00:48
cheers kit your a star,allways thought of myself as a tea & crumpet bloke, i luv crumpet,ooo matron no, but calves of steal will do.so, its a big sorted respect due to you, you old git, and its nealies round next.

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 22:34
for all the interested party'sthe route for the coastal marathon is now on there web site,www.endurancelife.comall i can say is,if you have a nervouse disposition,start thinking of an excuse now,parental guidance advised.

Wednesday 12 January 2005

jim w. [social secretary]

Posted : 00:53
whats the definition of a good lover,answersomeone with a six inch tongue, who can breath through there ears.

The real Firestarter

Posted : 13:13
Nothing to do with me chums. (a) my comments are funny); (b) I only dis' the management and the 'in cliques' in the club. Not your 'bread and butter'/'hearts of gold but calfs of steel' Monday nighters. So Rob 'knees up' Morgan stop trying to cause trouble.

Rich Coleman [WAC]

Posted : 19:11
Mendip tri are staging the '1st Cheddar Aquathlon' on Sunday 20th March. 600m swim followed by a 6.5k run. For further info contact Paul Hazelton on 07939957813 or email him at paul_hazelton@yahoo.co.uk.

Monday 10 January 2005

Rich G. [wac]

Posted : 12:24
my appologies in advance for my absencefrom tonights training run, still recovering from a rotten cold.i dont know if jenko will be there(he's gone to buy some new pants apparently)

Liz Wiggins [WAC] E-mail Liz Wiggins

Posted : 15:35
Monday Run,Is tonight going to be a fast one. I have been unwell for a couple of weeks and want to start running again on a fairly easy running night??

Steve.J [WESTONAC]

Posted : 16:53
My apologys as i will not be there tonight due to extreme soreness in nasty areas thanks to yesterdays hangover run.Im sure Mr Gammon will be there to hold the fort.Mondays for me will not be a regular thing due to my mararthon training but i am hoping enough has been done to keep up the numbers and it wont disappear like last time when i was injured.Thanks for your support.

Malcolm. [WAC]

Posted : 17:42

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Apologies but my psychopathic physio says no more running until your back is better!! So you can choose your own pace this evening.Hope to be 'back' with you soon.M.

firestarter/victor

Posted : 22:02

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Whats this monday night runners falling by the wayside....toughen up!!!!

The Real Victor

Posted : 22:25

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Nice to see Kit is still having an input to this message board. You no i would not say anything derogatory about the Monday night slow coaches!!!

fatboy [slim]

Posted : 22:33
you now what they say,when the going gets tough, the tough get going,we'll be back,fitter,faster,stronger,

Friday 07 January 2005

Kathleen WAC E-mail Kathleen WAC

Posted : 15:25
My friend has an entry for Tough Ten that she can no longer us, if anyone wishes to obtain an entry, please drop her a note on email address below.

speedy gozales [wurzel ac]

Posted : 18:59
are you running from the swan gerry,i think you could kick there ass's.

Gerry K & Teresa [WAC] E-mail Gerry K & Teresa

Posted : 19:29
We'll be there for the usual Swan Inn run on Sunday, meeting at 8.30 a.m. See you there.

coyote [to fast for thought]

Posted : 21:25
reckon gerry (h) could take them all on from the swan.princess leah will defeat anyone who steps in her way.

Thursday 06 January 2005

Gerry H [WAC] E-mail Gerry H

Posted : 23:02

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A few of us will be out as usual Sunday morning 8.15am meet at Walnut Tree Pub for Crooks Peak run.(All welcome, unless you are too fast in which case you will have to join the other group at the Swan Inn)

Wednesday 05 January 2005

Phil R [Weston AC]

Posted : 14:09
Phil, the lady that sorted out my gait/feet etc probs was Jean Eburne in Portishead. Is a qualified physio specialising in biomechanical stuff, no idea how good she is really but she got me back on track! Her no. 01275 848300.

Rich Coleman [WAC ( Retired ! )]

Posted : 20:21
Hell of the North Cotswolds mountain bike reliability trial entry forms are now available on www.winchcombecc.org.uk. 21st anniversary - 1100 riders last year !

Tuesday 04 January 2005

Graham Brooks [WAC]

Posted : 20:46
Just found this website for measuring my training runs. Website address is www.uk.map24.com Seams to be pretty accurate and is worth looking at.

Sunday 02 January 2005

Steve.J [WESTONAC]

Posted : 19:23
Due to it being a bank holiday there will be no Monday run tommorow.Back to normal as of the 10th January.

Saturday 01 January 2005

si walsh [weston ac] E-mail si walsh

Posted : 11:41
hi liz. yeah i'm planning to have a go at it. and as far as i'm aware rich is as well. see you tomorrow morning.

rich griff [wac]

Posted : 13:56
should be there sun, will have recovered by then,jenko wont be therehe's off buying some slightly cooler trackie bottoms,so he says.

Steve.j [westonac/traffic cop/scarecrow] E-mail Steve.j

Posted : 14:21
With reference to this Mondays night run(3rd.Please can you let me know if any one wants to go out at 7pm from hutton moor.I know a few runners are going out in the day time but i am happy to go at 7pm providing other runners are there, if i dont hear from anyone by Sunday pm it will be put down as cancelled due to it being a bank holiday.Happy new year to you all, let the training begin.

Simon Wareham [Westbury Harriers] E-mail Simon Wareham

Posted : 19:54
Hello I left a pair of Nike running trousers black in colour in the mens changing rooms/shower rooms after Hangover 10k 2005, has anyone come across them ?

GERRY H [WAC]

Posted : 21:58

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Hi Liz, I am going out tomorrow morning I know of at least five others planning on turning up, so see you there.