Results update 27 November 2017 – Doncaster / Barnsley 10k and parkruns

Cross Country Championships

Yorkshire XC 6 January 2018, Northern XC 27 January 2018, National XC 24 February 2018.  Get your entries in to the cabin please ASAP.  Click here for details!

Doncaster 10k – 26 November 2017

First DAC man to finish was Lee Milburn who ran a 40 second PB.  Lee is now 5th on the all time top 10.

First DAC lady to finish was Nicola Devine who ran a 49 second PB.  This is the fastest time that a Doncaster AC lady has run a 10k road race since the road rankings were started around 10 years ago, an amazing achievement.

DAC took the team prize, I understand this was the 1st 2 men and 1st 2 ladies combined to count so well done Lee Milburn, Simon Wright, Nicola Devine and Shaz Wood (who also ran a great PB).

Many PB’s were achieved, sorry too many to list!  1635 runners finished, and around 82 of these were members of Doncaster Athletic Club.  Well done all for taking part in this fantastic event.

Thank you to Marie for guiding Sharon.  I know that lots of our members also turned out to support on the day and a big thank you to all of you.

A great group photo, thanks for organising this!

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SYCAA Cross Country Fixture #3 – Penistone

Well done all.  A big turnout at the last event please as we are looking like we might get promoted!

U11 Girls

12 265 6.43 Julia Stubbs FU11 Doncaster AC
24 241 9.05 Sophia Sharpe FU11 Doncaster AC

U11 Boys

8 215 05:39 Lysander Lawson MU11 Doncaster AC
13 248 05:56 Thomas Watt MU11 Doncaster AC
26 263 06:58 Dylan Dooley-Williams MU11 Doncaster AC
31 256 07:06 Max Fox MU11 Doncaster AC
33 221 07:11 Adam Jones MU11 Doncaster AC
36 242 07:47 Henry Sharpe MU11 Doncaster AC

U13 Girls Continue reading

November 2017 Time Trial Results

Well done to all who competed, lots of new ones as well as the regulars.  Thanks to Roy and Dave, Dave, Paul, Lynette and everyone else that helped out.

Next one in December, date TBC.

Place Int Surname Handicapped Time Actual Time
1 Nathan Robinson 54:24 34:24
2 Sarah Smith 55:04 45:04
3 Pete Wade 55:18 35:18
4 Richard Breeze 56:15 51:15
5 Sara Calder 56:18 51:18
6 Rob Peach 56:56 36:56
7 Andy Breeze 57:06 47:06
8 Nick Newman 57:23 40:23
9 Trevor Blake 57:30 43:30
10 Sharon Hathaway 57:35 42:35
11 Dawn Fletcher 57:46 42:46
12 Sharon Maughan 57:49 40:49
13 Caroline Temperton 58:06 47:06
14 Claire Macleod 58:08 43:08
15 Mo Rodwell 58:12 33:12
16 Edward Phillips 58:22 33:22
17 Malc Leggatt 58:55 33:55
18 John Atkins 58:30 48:30
19 Peter Badger 59:18 29:18
20 Joe Wade 59:20 29:20
21 Kerry Mitchell 59:25 45:25
22 Simon Wright 59:36 29:36
23 Peter Oliver 59:46 34:46
24 Joe Phillips 60:00 30:00
25 Irene Fazakerley 60:08 49:08
26 Dan Orme 60:13 28:13 Fastest Time
27 Deborah Thompson 60:26 49:26
28 Martyn Walter 60:27 46:27
29 George Rowland 60:31 28:31
30 Bridget Boutell 60:32 45:32
31 Jim McDonnah 60:33 43:33
32 Bill Topping 61:03 41:03
2 Laps
1 Jack Pell 29:30 21:30
2 Lisa Fouweather 29:35 21:35
3 Jess Rowland 30:26 22:26
4 Stuart Lindley 42:57 22:57
5 Angie Clarke 56:35 39:35
1 Lap
1 Matthew Whitehead 19:33 11:33
2 Andy Johnson 20:31 12:31
3 Leaha Dixon 23:48 18:48
4 Amie Knott 25:03 17:03

Results update 20 November 2017 – International XC, Escape from Meriden, 10 Mile, off Road Half and parkruns

Cross Country Championships

Yorkshire XC 6 January 2018, Northern XC 27 January 2018, National XC 24 February 2018.  Get your entries in to the cabin please ASAP.  Click here for details!

British and Irish Masters International Cross Country – 18 November 2017

We are all very proud of our brilliant vet runners and three of them were selected to run for England at the weekend.  Its not the first time Simon Wright, Kev Newman and Mick Page have been selected for this event, amongst others from Doncaster AC over the years, be inspired, I know I am!

Simon Wright finished 3rd overall with a time of 28:46, the 3rd V50 man (only 18 seconds off 1st).  Simon was part of the winning team for his age group.

Kev Newman finished 42nd overall with a time of 31:26, 5th vet 60.  Mick Page finished 68th overall (having been suffering from a cold), 20th Vet 60.  Kev and Mick took bronze for the team.

Escape from Meriden – 18 November 2017

Rebecca Henry-Brown and Martin Hookway took part in this ultimate ultra adventure – as I understand it the winner is the one who travels furthest in 24 hours from the start (as the crow flies) – they got 49.21km (which was 52 miles).  They were supported my Marie-Louise Taylor. Continue reading

Sandall Beat 10k

10K Race – Extensive Prize List – 12 June 2019

Click here to enter the fun run and 10k online

Download Entry Form

Race Licence 2019/35994 Run Under UK Athletics Rules

Medals to all Fun Run Finishers and Race Memento to all 10k Finishers

Prizes of £100, £75 & £50 to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Male and Female finishers to be presented on the night.  Vouchers to Category winners posted in the following days.

NOTE: We won’t be accepting any entry amendments later than 2 weeks from the race date.


We will once again have the use of the tremendous facilities at Castle Park the home of Championship Rugby Club the Doncaster Knights. They will be providing us with changing and showering facilities along with hot and cold food, refreshments and of course a fully licensed bar, where you will be able to regale your account of the great race you have just completed.

Sandall Beat Wood is the most popular woodland in Doncaster, it was established in the early 1800’s and it is recognised as a Site of Special Scientific Interest and Local Nature Reserve. The woodland covers 140 acres and it is well served by many woodland trails making it the ideal venue for this 10K race. Doncaster Athletic Club makes good use of the woodland and surrounding area on their training nights.  The start and finish areas have changed following site developments but remain within the Doncaster Knights ground.

In the middle of the wood is an adventure playground so the kids will have plenty to do. The race passes this area twice making it an ideal area for spectators.

The surface conditions are in general, well made trails, grass, stone and a few hundred meters of tarmac pavement towards the finish. Depending on the amount of rainfall some areas can be wet and muddy underfoot. The route is free of obstructions such as stiles and bridges.

Medals to all Fun Run Finishers and T Shirt to all 10k finishers

Manually timed event.

Click here for directions to car park (left click on the blue marker and select “to here”)