Radley Open Meeting 2018 – Entries Closed

The Charles Kear Memorial Open (Graded) Meeting will be taking place on Sunday 25 March 2018 at Tilsley Park, Abingdon.

Entries are now closed and no late entries are accepted.

The final timetable is attached. Please check website mid-week to see which race you have been placed in.

Don't forget the clocks go forward on Sunday morning so don't be an hour late!

Enquiries: annalise.dobson@btinternet.com


World Indoor Championships 2018

A number of Radley members past and present represented the club at the recent World Indoor Champs in Birmingham. Three as volunteers: Kay Reynolds (supporting the organising Committee), Jackie Breslin (working on Clean Athletics) and Kirsty Tanner (on Accreditation Team). In addition, another three were part of the RAF medal presentation Team - Gwynn Wallace, Joe Finch and Millie Cooper. A great experience for all and did the Club proud.

Photo to follow.

Oxfordshire Indoor Sportshall

The fourth indoor sportshall competition was held at the Wantage Leisure Centre on Sunday 11th February.

The number of athletes across the teams were low because of half term but those who did turn out were very committed and determined.  Thank you to all our athletes and their parents for their support.

Oxfordshire Cross Country

Sunday 4th February was the 4th round of the Oxon Cross Country at Lawns Park, Swindon.

Rory Wilson led the U9 boys & girls race closely followed by Alfie Jones in 4th place and Sam Long in 9th.

In the U11 boys Oliver Roberts finished in 4th place. And two U11 girls Cecelia Bower who finished in 11th place and Josie Hutchings in 15th.

Sports Awards

picRadley was deservedly recognised as one of the best Sports Clubs in Oxfordshire having come runners up in the recent Oxfordshire Sports Awards at a ceremony at the Kassam Stadium on January 19th 2018. Abingdon Gymnastics Club were the lucky winners. We were pleased to represent the Club at this local awards ceremony- to get the Clubs profile raised as one of the best Clubs on Oxfordshire.

Kay Reynolds