Happy Birthday from this Thursday 14 January to Hannah Brown, Cameron Campbell, Natalia Corbyn, Asher Escobar, Matei Frunze, Zahava Hurst, Kristian Imroth, Jo Kent, Lani Jaiyeola, Claudia Kerry-Roger, Azario Nwanko, Stephanie Paparizos, Mark Pearce and Alex Stapleton
RECENT NEW MEMBERS – We wish you a very warm welcome, and a happy, healthy and successful time with Shaftesbury to ALEX BEECHEY, LOUIS PELTA and TIM UNDERHILL
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU ALL – 2020 was a year to be forgotten, albeit 2021 we are still in the grip of Covid-19, with a large proportion of the country now in National Lockdown, including where I live Somerset. On the Athletics front the cross country season is cancelled barring the odd fixture left, if you read on there is an update on the Indoor fixtures. In the next 2 months, we have already started planning for the Track & Field season.
March – 13/14 European Throwing Cup, Leiria, Portugal – 24/28 European Masters Indoor Championships, Braga, Portugal – 26 Olympic Marathon Trial, Kew, London – 28 Southern 6 & 12 Stage Road Relays, Milton Keynes
April – 10 National 6 & 12 Stage Road Relays, Sutton Park – 25 The Vitality Big Half
May – 23 Loughborough International – 29/30 England Senior & U20 Combined Events Championships, Bedford – 29/30 England Team Championships, Chorzow, Poland – 30 Vitality Westminster Mile, London – 31 Vitality London 10k
June – 5 Night Of The 10,000m (Olympic Trial), Parliament Hill – 26/27 British Championships And Olympic Trial, Manchester
July – 3-10 World Masters Championships, Tampere, Finland – 8-11 European U23 Championships, Bergen, Norway – 9-10 English Schools Championships, Manchester – 15-18 European U20 Championships, Tallinn, Estonia – 19 Standard Chartered Great City Race – 30-8 August Olympic Games, Tokyo, Japan
August – 17-22 World U20 Championships, Nairobi, Kenya – 18 Manchester International – 24-5 September Paralympic Games, Tokyo, Japan – 26-29 European U18 Championships, Rieti, Italy
Regarding the SBH Domestic Fixtures, currently we have preliminary dates/venues for the four London Inter Club Fixtures which are as follows – 17 April at Lee Valley, the three remaining fixtures will all be at StoneX Stadium 26 June, 31 July and 28 August which are all Saturday’s.
The remaining leagues have dates but no venues – National Athletic League 16 May, 6 June, 3/4 July, 7 August – UK Youth Development League 2 May, 30 May, 27 June, 4/5 September National Final – Eastern Young Athletes League and Middlesex Y0ung Athletes League provisional dates for league fixtures 23 May, 20 June, 11 July, 15 August. The SCVAC Veterans League dates are stll to be announced.
LLOYD COWAN – You may have heard that our former member LLOYD COWAN died last Monday (11 January) of Covid-19 at the relatively young age of 58. He unfortunately had underlying medical issues having recently suffered a stroke. LLOYD competed for us in the BAL in the mid-90’s. He set a club record for the 110m Hurdles with (13.75) in 1994 which is still 3rd on the SBH all-time list. He then moved up to 400m Hurdles and in 1995 ran (50.79) for 6th on the current SBH all-time list. LLOYD had his greatest success in coaching CHRISTINE OHURUOGU to Olympic Gold and countless other medals in International Championships. He was a good friend of SBH and he will be missed – GEOFF MORPHITIS BAL Team Manager
TRIBUTE TO LLOYD COWAN FROM FRANK ATTOH – LLOYD was a Friend to Many, Stranger to None; he was larger than life as you can see in the photo.
I sort of knew LLOYD as a member of Shaftesbury back in the 90’s and, at the time, never had any meaningful conversation with him. He qualified for the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta as a NON-travelling reserve. However, LLOYD managed to travel to Atlanta on his own accord and obtain an accreditation without the involvement of Team GB. I bumped into him a couple of times in the stadium and was shocked to see a Team GB accreditation around his neck – what was more interesting is that he always stood right at the finish track side. You can imagine only the officials were allowed track side but LLOYD had done the impossible.
LLOYD retired as an athlete and turned his hands to coaching and, boy, he became a great one coaching the likes of CHRISTINE OHURUOGU, ANDY TURNER, HARRY AIKINES-ARYEETEY, BIANCA WILLIAMS, DWAYNE COWAN, CONRAD WILLIAMS and many more Internationals.
LLOYD and I shared an apartment in Helsinki at the World Championships in 2005 for a couple of days and I advised LLOYD on some aspects of his coaching which he was grateful for. From then on, we became great friends. Sharing at 2 Olympics and a handful of World Championships, I always looked forward to the various warm weather camps we had around the world. The weather in South Africa was what he liked most and cherished. And we always had a Lifetime of Laughter.
He has gone but will never be forgotten.
Rest in Peace Friend, Brother and Coach – FRANK
TRIBUTE TO LLOYD BY ATHLETICS WEEKLY – one of the most popular and successful coaches in British athletics, has died aged 58.
As an athlete, he was one of the nation’s top hurdlers but it was as a coach that COWAN really made a name for himself, guiding CHRISTINE OHURUOGU to world and Olympic titles and ANDY TURNER to European and Commonwealth crowns.
Based in north London, he also guided his son, DWAYNE, to become one of Britain’s best 400m runners in recent years. Many more benefited from his coaching and his achievements were recognised with an MBE in 2015, whereas in 2013 he was awarded the prestigious RON PICKERING Memorial Award for Services to Athletics.
Born July 8, 1962, COWAN won bronze medals three times at the AAA Championships in the sprint hurdles in the 1990s in a high-quality event dominated by COLIN JACKSON and TONY JARRETT at the time. In addition, he won the South of England title three times and made the England team for the Commonwealth Games in 1994.
Part of the JOHN ISAACS sprints squad at Haringey, his best time for 110m hurdles of (13.75) was achieved in Brussels in 1994. The following year at Crystal Palace he clocked a 400m hurdles PB of (50.79).
He will be best known, though, for guiding OHURUOGU to firstly the Commonwealth 400m title in Melbourne in 2006 followed by global gold in Osaka 2007 in a dramatically close victory over NICOLA SANDERS and then Olympic gold in Beijing in 2008. Photograph taken by MARK SHEARMAN featuring LLOYD with CHRISTINE OHURUOGU at Lee Valley in 2008.
At London 2012 he guided OHURUOGU to silver before then helping her retain her world title 12 months later in Moscow. COWAN was known for his intuitive style of coaching and Ohuruogu told The Times last year: “The new breed of coaches are more like scientists but he (COWAN) was one of those who saw sport as an art.
“LLOYD never went to the Olympic Games or the World Championships but he had this way of being that meant he was the only person I would listen to. Nobody could get in my head like he could.”
In 2013 COWAN was appointed lead sprints coach by UK Athletics. An MBE from the Queen followed two years later and this week many of his former athletes and fellow coaches have taken to social media to pay their respects.
TURNER, who COWAN coached to European and Commonwealth 110m hurdles titles in 2010, said: “Heartbroken, absolutely heartbroken to hear that my coach LLOYD COWAN had passed-away. 12 good years with this man, I owe him everything. Gutted.”
Two-time Olympic 1500m gold medallist and now World Athletics president SEB COE wrote: “A really sad start to the athletics’ year – a great coach, mentor and team-mate. A massive loss to the sport.”
While world 200m champion DINA ASHER-SMITH said: “Today, is a very sad day for our community. Heart-breaking news. God bless you LLOYD. You changed so many peoples’ lives, brought light and laughter to even more. We were so blessed to have known you and to have been a part of your story. Such a wonderful, generous and hilarious man.
“There aren’t enough superlatives and we will miss you so, so much. Champs will never be the same. My mum often left him ‘in loco parentis’ on my early trips as a senior. My thoughts are with his family, friends and of course his athletes at this tough time. Rest in peace LLOYD.”
LINFORD CHRISTIE offered an emotional response when he tweeted: “The world of track lost another family member today, and it hurt more than I could have ever imagined. RIP LLOYD COWAN. The space you left cannot be filled. My condolences to all who knew and loved you.”
An emotional message was also posted by sprinter BIANCA WILLIAMS, who wrote: “My heart is broken. You would light up every room you walked in. You changed my life, I am so grateful for you.”
SHAUN PICKERING from the RON PICKERING Memorial Fund said: “So sorry to hear of the passing of inspirational coach Lloyd Cowan, a friend for over 40 years as part of the Haringey/New River Family as junior athletes. I was pleased to be able to award him with the BAWA Ron Pickering Trophy for Services to Athletics in 2013. RIP Lloyd.”
While Olympic, world, European and Commonwealth long jump gold medallist GREG RUTHERFORD commented: “Gutted to hear LLOYD COWAN has passed-away. He was a massive personality and so helpful to so many (including myself) when coming through the ranks. Never again will I hear ‘Ruddy’ shouted in his distinctive voice and his big smile when meeting. RIP LLOYDY.”
Heptathlon star Dame JESSICA ENNIS-HILL wrote: “Absolutely gutted and so sad to read the news about LLOYD COWAN. I have so many great memories of spending time with LLOYD on training camps and at champs. He always believed in me and gave me some great advice and coaching tips along the way in the hurdles. Pure passion in what he did!”
The 400m runner MARTYN ROONEY added to the tributes by saying: “RIP LLOYD COWAN MBE – always a good man, looked after me on the circuit through my youth and always there for guidance if I needed it. Best wishes to DWAYNE and the rest of your family.”
Whereas LEON BAPTISTE, the former Commonwealth 200m champion turned coach, added: “Sad news. We lost one of our most successful British coaches. LLOYD had a huge influence in my athletic and coaching career so I will forever be grateful. Condolences to his family
UPDATE ON NEELAM KADERBHOY – NEELAM updated us last Friday. I’ve just finished dinner. Its early here. I order a banana for later on. I swop foods around a bit. So, I have something heavier and more substantial at lunchtime like a rice and mixed vegetables stir fry, and for Dinner, I have sandwiches as they are easier to digest. Well if I were competing then that would be a different story. Most probably start dinner at 6pm!
The Covid-19 test result done at the Home has come back negative. I still have to self-isolate for 2 weeks. My time finishes next Thursday evening. Not too long to go! I can’t leave my room. I do my exercises in my room and a bit of walking, as I don’t want my legs to deteriorate. I keep a little routine going for myself, as I’m doing exercises for strength and conditioning, balance and coordination, and speech and facial muscles. I rest a lot more as well.
Well Watford General Hospital wards…you have to be one tough cookie to survive before leaving! So many people ended up with more complications whilst being there. I just kept going, my aim was to leave alive. I was there Christmas Day morning until the evening of New Year’s Eve, plus 3 x negative Covid-19 tests.
I know it’s a bit late, but everything seems to take longer. Best wishes NEELAM.
SARACENS ANNOUNCE THEIR NEW SPONSORS ‘STONEX AND CITY INDEX’ – RICHARD GREGG Operations Director of Saracens, advised us last Sunday that Saracens have secured a four-year sponsorship deal with StoneX and City Index. RICHARD commented that, we are absolutely delighted to inform you that StoneX and City Index will become our new lead partners effective immediately. Please find the full press release below for all of the information around the four-year agreement. The partnership will see StoneX, global financial services firm, become our stadium naming rights partner seeing Copthall Stadium renamed ‘StoneX Stadium’ with immediate effect. City Index, leading trading platform, will become the lead partner across our men’s and women’s teams.
LONDON & NEW YORK, January 10, 2020 – StoneX Group Inc. (NASDAQ: SNEX) today announced that its London-based subsidiary, StoneX Financial Ltd (“StoneX” or “the Company”), has entered into a four-year partnership with Saracens, one of Europe’s most successful rugby clubs. Beginning in January 2021, StoneX will become Saracens’ main club sponsor and its home ground in London will be named StoneX Stadium. Award-winning broker and leading trading platform, City Index, the London-based subsidiary of Gain Capital which was acquired by StoneX in July 2020, will be featured as lead partner on both the men’s and women’s kits.
Saracens is one of the most renowned clubs in European rugby. The men’s team has won the European Champions Cup three times in the last five years and the Premiership five times in the last ten years. The women’s team has won the last two Premier XV titles. The sponsorship deal with Saracens looks to solidify StoneX’s and City Index’s position at the forefront of capital markets and online trading, by teaming up with one of the most decorated sporting clubs on the continent. The partnership also sees an alignment of core values and culture of winning from both brands, which place a great emphasis on discipline and an unwavering commitment to achievement.
PHILIP SMITH, CEO of StoneX Financial Ltd, commented on the news, “I’m delighted to announce a long-standing partnership with Saracens as both the club and StoneX have a relentless drive to achieve excellence. For both organisations, the phrase ‘pounding the rock’ is ubiquitous and is one that both our traders and Saracens players can relate to. Hard work, patience and dedication to our clients is at the core of our value proposition as a global financial services organization. These values are shared by Saracens Rugby Club, and are exemplified by their high-performance culture and commitment to player welfare as well as their fan base. I’m excited to see how the partnership develops over the coming months and years.”
The partnership is a significant vote of confidence in Saracens as professional rugby continues to face major challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic. It will help to ensure that the club retains its elite management and players, while maintaining its world-leading academy. It will also help to support the proposed development of the stadium’s West Stand and the club’s significant commitment to bring about positive social change within the local community through the Saracens Foundation and the Saracens High School.
LUCY WRAY, Saracens CEO, said, “We are really excited to enter this new, long-term partnership with StoneX, one of the world’s leading financial groups. We share a commitment to excellence and innovation and we are looking forward to the start of a memorable journey with them. This is a major moment for the Saracens family. The partnership heralds a fresh start for the club after a hugely challenging year and having met some of the people at StoneX and City Index, I can safely say that they share our ambition and values.”
StoneX Group Inc. is a global financial services network that connects its clients to nearly all major financial markets worldwide, and to the expertise, tools and intelligence they need to succeed in those markets. Through a unique combination of institutional-grade market access and high-touch service, StoneX provides access to 36 derivatives exchanges, 175 foreign exchange markets, nearly every global securities marketplace and a number of bi-lateral liquidity venues.
For more information, please visit: https://www.saracens.com/cityindex-stonex/
BRYGGEN SPORTS 3000m INDOOR MEETING – Took place at Sportcity on Saturday 2 January.
3000m – SM MARK PEARCE 1st (PB 7:52.36) taking 13.68 seconds off his 16 February 2020 time. Had this time been taken into account in the 2020 UK rankings, MARK would have been UK No.5
3000m – SW LIZZIE BIRD 4th (SB 9:17.30) her 2nd fastest time
ATW CROSS COUNTRY SERIES NEXT RACE – The second race took place at Merchant Taylor’s School, Sandy Lodge, Northwood HA6 2HT on Saturday 19 December.
Under 11 – LADDIE SHAW 42nd ((9.43 28th Male) the winner was Thomas Ford of Chiltern Harriers (8.11)
Under 13 – ARTHUR PHILLIPS 12th ((13.39 11th Male), THOMAS CADWALLADER 13th ((13.40 12th Male), POSIE SHAW 31st ((14.24 6th Female), EUAN PHILLIPS 46th ((14.41 36th Male) the winner was Jake Meyburgh of Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow (12.23)
Under 15 – The winner was Thomas Redmond of Chiltern Harriers (14.43)
Under 17 – ASH FOWKES-GAJAN 8th ((19.33), MAX WINFIELD 9th ((19.40) the winner was Alex Melloy of Cambridge & Coleridge (18.18)
Under 18 – EMILY HATHAWAY 9th ((23.42 4th Female) the winner was Will Barnicoat of Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow (17.21)
PB 5k ROAD RACE – Took place at Haywards Heath on Sunday 13 December.
HENRY MCLUCKIE U20 4th (14.30 1st U20)
SBH BEST PERFORMANCES TRACK AND FIELD INDOORS AND OUTDOORS 2020 – As you are aware Covid-19 had a major effect on competition in 2020. But as you can see below the indoor season in 2020 was almost unaffected by Covid-19, although the all the outdoor league fixtures were cancelled. However, there were open meetings taking place, which included the four LICC meetings jointly organised by the club all of which proved to be an outstanding success.
Starting with our Women – Top 3 Track and Field Indoors
Under 13 Girls 60m Jessica Gibbs (8.34), Onyebuchi Odiaka (8.63), Sienna Corbyn (8.97) – 200m Jessica Gibbs (27.79), Onyebuchi Odiaka (28.40), Dina Silverman (29.80) – Pole Vault Emilia Greenfield (3.08m)
Under 15 Girls 60m Nia Akintokun (7.59), Nia Forbes-Agyepong (8.27), Tosin Jokosenumi (8.28) – 200m Nia Akintokun (24.68), Nia Forbes-Agyepong (27.56), Lola McAnn-Ezekiel (28.07) – Pole Vault Natalia Ivanov (3.30m)
Under 17 Women 60m Amber Stone (8.04), Semi Atiba (8.27), Kacey Walters (8.3) – High Jump Kacey Walters (1.65m), Evelyne Fonteyne (1.60m), Rebecca Wheeler-Henry (1.60m) – Pole Vault Manon Baines (3.22m) – Long Jump Kacey Walters (5.02m), Evelyne Fonteyne (4.97m)
Under 20 Women 60m Chinwe Iwunze (7.73), Hannah Foster (7.83), Kierra Grant (7.89) – 200m Iona Newbegin (26.54), Chiyenne Adrien (26.97), Amber Duverney (28.26) – 400m Hannah Foster (56.72), Vanessa Ansuaa (60.08) – High Jump Claire McGarvey (1.73m), Kara Onuiri (1.70m), Lucy Woodward (1.60m) – Pole Vault Trinity O’Connor (3.42m) – Long Jump Lucy Woodward (5.34m), Kierra Grant (5.23m), Maria Araujo (4.78m) – Shot 4kg Cristina Potter (7.69m)
Senior Women 60m Page Fairclough (7.55), Kayanna Reid (7.72), Eavion Richardson U23 (7.83) – 200m Page Fairclough (24.58), Hayley McLean (25.69), Selina Henderson U23 (26.21) – 400m Hayley McLean (54.55) – 800m Ellie Baker U23 (2:03.31), Lisa Webb V50 (2:36.04) – 1500m Lisa Webb V50 (5:18.98) – 3000m Lizzie Bird (9:11.76) – High Jump Alexa Eichelmann U23 (1.57m) – Pole Vault Emma Andersson (4.02m), Rosalind Zeffertt V55 (2.17m) – Long Jump Alexa Eichelmann U23 (4.94m) – Triple Jump Eavion Richardson (12.73m), Jasmin Sabir (12.05m), Rosalind Zeffertt V55 (7.80m) – Shot 4kg Nene Harrison V35 (10.60m), Alexa Eichelmann U23 (10.35m)
Next our Men – Top 3 Track and Field Indoors
Under 13 Boys 60m Asher Escobar (9.07), Harry Pincherle (9.34) – High Jump Harry Pincherle (1.30m)
Under 15 Boys 60m Malachi Amadi (7.21), Mekhi Spence-Forde (7.66), Saugat Pun (7.78) – 200m Mekhi Spence-Forde (25.00), Victor Odiaka (26.44), Saugat Pun (26.62) – Long Jump Zac Benjamin (4.13m) – 60m Hurdles Dike Onyemelukwe (10.26)
Under 17 Men 60m Emmanuel Duruiheoma (6.89), Mario Dobrescu (6.95), Remi Jokosenumi (7.16) – 200m Mario Dobrescu (21.78), Remi Jokosenumi (21.98), Nnamdi Ndukwe (23.11) – 400m Ernest Barnes (54.58) – 800m Mukhtar Musa (1:55.53) – 60m Hurdles Ruben Hedman (8.17), Eddie Johnston (8.86)
Under 20 Men 60m Mica Forbes-Agyepong (7.01), Nicholas Shaw (7.10), Jami Schlueter (7.22) – 200m Decare Davies (22.58), Mica Forbes-Agyepong (22.78), Mittio Mohammadian (23.72) – 400m Mittio Mohammadian (50.92), Freddie Reilly (51.72) – 800m Henry Fulton (2:06.16) – 1500m Finn Harvey (4:05.60), Sebastiano Corbo (4:58.98) – 3000m Charlie Hicks (8:08.94) – High Jump Charlie Knott (2.05m) – Pole Vault Glen Quayle (4.82m), Jami Schlueter (4.02m), Sebastiano Corbo (2.90m) – Triple Jump Josh Woods (14.42m), Kenan Stephens (14.18m), Charlie Knott (12.49m)
Senior Men 60m Ojie Edoburun (6.64), John Otugade (6.69), Confidence Lawson (6.73) – 200m Michael Ohioze (21.52), Jamal Rhoden-Stevens (21.68), Krishawn Aiken (21.79) – 400m Krishawn Aiken (47.95), Luke Smith U23 (51.80), Sean Sutherland V45 (58.61) – 1500m George Groom U23 (3:55.65), Thomas Fulton U23 (4:06.98) – High Jump David Smith (2.24m), Lewis McGuire (2.15m), Akin Coward (2.14m) – Pole Vault Ethan Walsh (5.36m) – Long Jump Dan Bramble (7.81m), Ade Mason (6.97m), Michael Adebakin U23 (6.17m) – Triple Jump Nathan Fox (15.86m), Daniel Lewis (15.83m), Ade Mason (15.46m) – Shot 4kg Angus McInroy (14.68m)
Now our Women – Top 3 Track and Field Outdoors
Under 11 Girls 800m Maya Green (2:49.56)
Under 13 Girls 100m Sienna Corbyn (13.76), Angel McLeod (13.87), Jessica Gibbs (14.08) – 800m Dina Silverman (2:25.46), Phoebe Music (2:46.9) – 1500m Phoebe Music (5:42.71)
Under 15 Girls 100m Nia Akintokun (12.49), Tosin Jokosenumi (13.12), Anna Rose (13.25) – 200m Tosin Jokosenumi (26.59), Lucy Campos (28.68), Lucy Marcus (30.59) – 800m Abi Jeffrey (2:36.16) ) – 1500m Ruby Vinton (4:39.27)
Under 17 Women 100m Alexia Saunders (12.59), Semi Atiba (13.19), Amber Stone (13.26) – 200m Alexia Saunders (25.19), Sophie Forbes-Laird (26.29), Alina Cofie (27.10) – 400m Sophie Forbes-Laird (59.4), Manon Baines (62.70) – 800m Joanne Miranda (2:15.61), Aimi Weightman (:18.61), Rebecca Jeffrey (2:35.56) – 3000m Elena Roncarati (11:13.43) – High Jump Kacey Walters (1.69m), Evelyne Fonteyne (1.59m), Rebecca Wheeler-Henry (1.55m) – Long Jump Alina Cofie (4.73m) – Discus 1kg Katie Webb (34.62m)
Under 20 Women 100m Hannah Foster (12.35), Larissa Giles (12.57), Marli Jessop (12.69) – 200m Hannah Foster (24.51w/24.79), Larissa Giles (26.37), Vanessa Ansuaa (26.47) – 400m Olivia Allbut (60.3), Lucy Woodward (60.6), Scarlett Kent (61.53) – 800m Scarlett Kent (2:17.92), Emily Hathaway (2:22.04) – 100m Hurdles Marli Jessop (14.98) – High Jump Lucy Woodward (1.55m) – Long Jump Lucy Woodward (5.10m) – Triple Jump Jazz Sears (12.53m) – Shot 4kg Lucy Woodward (9.26m) – Hammer 4kg Lucy Koenigsberger (41.32m), Shivani Feifel (22.66m) ) – Javelin 600g Lucy Woodward (32.65m), Cristina Potter (27.69m)
Senior Women 100m Nene Harrison V40 (14.30) – 400m Lina Nielsen (54.62), Hayley McLean (55.71), Alexa Eichelmann U23 (64.03) – 800m Ellie Baker U23 (2:03.48), Hannah Ridley (2:16.17), Alexa Eichelmann U23 (2:24.96) – 1500m Lisa Bird (4:14.6), Ellie Baker U23 (4:15.08), Lisa Webb V50 (5:33.79) – 3000m Steeplechase Lizzie Bird (9:55.21) – 100m Hurdles Alexa Eichelmann U23 (18.08) ) – 400m Hurdles Lina Nielsen (56.99), Hayley McLean (57.61) – High Jump Alexa Eichelmann U23 (1.55m) – Long Jump Alexa Eichelmann U23 (5.03m) – Shot 4kg Nene Harrison V35 (10.60m), Alexa Eichelmann U23 (10.10m), Sarah Ridley (10.04m) – Discus 1kg Jade Lally (58.95m), Shadine Duquemin (54.82m), Jessica Emery U23 (34.70m) – Hammer 4kg Philippa Davenall (58.12m) – Javelin 600g Alexa Eichelmann U23 (31.45m)
Finally our Men – Top 3 Track and Field Outdoors
Under 13 Boys 800m Arthur Phillips (2:30.85) – 1500m Arthur Phillips (5:08.23)
Under 15 Boys 100m Malachi Amadi (11.14w/11.20), Zico Jones (11.65w/11.77), Victor Odiaka (12.38) – 200m Malachi Amadi (22.50w/23.15), Zico Jones (24.02), Jayden Klein (26.02) – 800m Gianleo Stubbs (2:05.18), Zico Jones (2:12.33), Jacob Clement (2:20.93) – 1500m Gianleo Stubbs (4:22.7), Daniel Banyard (4:55.93), Tommy Narvaez-White (5:36.62)
Under 17 Men 100m Emmanuel Duruiheoma (10.94), Keelan Farrell (11.43w/11.69), Bradley Ukpetenan (11.61) – 200m Remi Jokosenumi (22.12), Emmanuel Duruiheoma (22.62), Bradley Ukpetenan (23.89) – 400m Mario Dobrescu (48.17), Gilad Nachshen (54.00) – 800m Mukhtar Musa (1:55.79), Theo Machin-Paley (2:02.43), Ash Fowkes-Gajan (2:03.41) – 1500m Mukhtar Musa (3:53.53), Theo Machin-Paley (4:06.00), Max Winfield (4:35.42) – 3000m Mukhtar Musa (8:48.14), Theo Machin-Paley (8:54.31), Samuel Greenstein (9:02.70) – High Jump Kimani Jack (1.99m), Or Segal (1.85m) – Long Jump Keelan Farrell (6.11m)
Under 20 Men 100m Tariq Wild (10.95), Jami Schlueter (11.1), Decarie Davies (11.17) – 200m Jami Schlueter (22.52), Julien Priest (22.74), Decare Davies (23.07) – 400m Mittio Mohammadian (51.24), Jami Schlueter (53.08), Conor O’Keeffe (55.47) – 800m Finn Harvey (1:53.5), Jude Miranda (1:59.76), Alex Lytrides (2:04.95) – 1500m Henry McLuckie (3:42.16), Josh Edwards (4:05.98), Isaac Hirshman Chandler (4:08.95) – 3000m Henry McLuckie (8:15.91), Josh Edwards (8:51.04), Ben Winfield (9.01.55) – 3000m Steeplechase Kristian Imroth (9:08.19) – High Jump Ben Bellisario (1.94m), Jami Schlueter (1.85m), Evan Campbell (1.82m) – Long Jump Jami Schlueter (6.90m), Josh Woods (6.81m), Charlie Knott (6.16m) – Triple Jump Charlie Knott (12.49m) – Hammer 7.26kg Oliver Graham (62.03m), James Lancaster (50.18m) – Javelin 800g Jami Schlueter (46.14m), Evan Campbell (44.20m)
Senior Men 100m Ojie Edoburun (10.35), Dominic Ashwell U23 (10.55w/10.60), Morgan Webster U23 (10.98) – 200m Krishawn Aiken (21.95), Morgan Webster U23 (22.17), Columba Blango (22.59) – 400m Zharnel Hughes (47.05), Michael Ohioze (47.15), Columba Blango (48.36) – 800m Kyle Langford (1:44.83), Jeremy Dempsey U23 (1:51.96), Sam Wiggins U23 (1:53.02) – 1500m Mark Pearce (3:45.76), Liam Dee (3:49.5), Jeremy Dempsey U23 (3:50.83) ) – 3000m Mark Pearce (8:00.05), Jamie Dee (8:04.77), Liam Dee (8:07.87) – 5000m Jamie Dee (13:51.94) – 3000m Steeplechase Mark Pearce (8:33.61) – High Jump Lewis McGuire (2.06m) – Pole Vault Ethan Walsh (5.05m) – Shot 7.26kg George Evans U23 (16.96m) – Discus 2kg Nick Percy (63.02m), Nathan Thomas U23 (42.63m), Cameron Campbell U23 (40.65m) – Hammer 7.26kg Chris Bennett (69.27) – Javelin 800g Daniel Bainbridge (72.68m)
Link to all documents showing all SBH athletes best performances – SBH Mens Best Performance 2020 – T&F Indoors Under 13 Up To Senior – SBH Mens Best Performance 2020 – T&F Outdoors Under 13 Up To Senior– SBH Womens Best Performance 2020 – T&F Indoors Under 13 Up To Senior – SBH Womens Best Performance 2020 – T&F Outdoors Under 11 Up To Senior
SBH BEST PERFORMANCES ROAD AND PARKRUN 2020 – Because there were not so many Road Races and the Parkrun events were cancelled in March, I have published all the competitors in each event. Regarding Parkrun, on the Power of 10 rankings they published a complete listing of all competitors for 2020, which amounted to some 40 pages. Some of you may not be recorded below, mainly due to not being registered as SBH, if you are one of these please email me and I can add you.
Starting with our Women – Road Races
Senior Women – 5k Beth Potter (15.24), Lizzie Bird (15.53), Naomi Taschimowitz (16.32), Georgia Bell (16.34) – 5 Miles Beth Potter (25.34), Rachel Felton V40 (27.56) – 10k Rachel Felton V40 (35.15), Georgia Bell (35.32) – Half Marathon Rachel Felton V40 (75.07), Marion Buggins V35 (89.16), Rebecca Gardiner (93.42), Gabriella Kyriacou U23 (1:52.15)
Now our Men – Road Races
Under 20 Men – 5k Henry McLuckie (14.13), Kristian Imroth (14.30), Nathan Goddard (16.34) – Half Marathon Daniel Greenstein (81.31)
Senior Men – 5k Jake Shelley (13.46), Thomas Butler U23 (14.42), Kojo Kyereme V45 (15.00), Mitchell Cox U23 (15.05) – 10k Jake Shelley (29.40), Dylan Evans (30.25), Kojo Kyereme V45 (31.42), Thomas Kearns (33.14), John Kourpas (34.30), Ash Brooks (36.32), Robert Rigby V55 (37.31) – Half Marathon Kieran Clements (69.53), Ash Brooks (78.58), Tony Jackson V50 (79.20), Sam Griffiths U23 (80.17), Ashok Mathur (81.53)
Now our Women – Parkrun
Under 15 Girls – Aimi Weightman (18.37)
Under 20 Women Lia Radus (17.46), Kayla Michel (25.25)
Senior Women Georgia Bell (17.34), Naomi Taschimowitz (17.48), Philippa Aukett V35 (19.18), Jo Kent V50 (20.25)
Finally our Men – Parkrun
Under 17 Men – Luca Stubbs (18.37), Finn MaCarthy (17.24), Theo Machin-Paley (17.45), Bini Bloom (17.47), Dylan Michel (17.55)
Under 20 Men Kristian Imroth (16.14), Daniel Greenstein (17.12)
Senior Men Kieran Clements (14.38), Matt Grant (17.35), Oliver Greenstein U23 (17.42), Ash Brooks (17.53), Lenard Michel V50 (23.11)
Link to all documents showing all SBH athletes best performances – SBH Mens Best Performance 2020 – Road And Parkrun Under 17 Up To Senior – SBH Mens Best Performance 2020 – T&F Outdoors Relays Under 13 Up To Under 20 – SBH Womens Best Performance 2020 – Road And Parkrun Under 15, Under 20 And Senior – SBH Womens Best Performance 2020 – T&F Outdoors Relays Under 13 Up To Under 20
WORLD AND UK TRACK AND FIELD RANKINGS 2020 – The following rankings were published in the December issue of Athletics Weekly.
Merit Track and Field Rankings – In this extraordinary year compilation has been hard, but in recognition of the efforts of those who competed or put on meetings we have been determined to go ahead. Some events have little meaningful competition so we have not attempted to have our usual 10 per events, but rather varied from 3 to 10 for International Men/Women – PETER MATTHEWS.
Merit Track and Field Rankings Senior International Men – 800m Kyle Langford ranked 14th (1:44.83)
For British Athletes, the maximum shown are the Top 12, and the events which qualify are Bedford Jumps Fest, BUCS Indoors, Loughborough International, Lee Valley, UK Outdoor and Indoor Championships.
Merit Track and Field Rankings Senior UK Men – 100m Ojie Edoburun ranked 5th (10.35), Charlie Dobson U23 7th (10.32w/10.40) – 400m Charlie Dobson U23 3rd (45.84) – 800m Kyle Langford 6th (1:44.83) – 3000m Steeplechase Mark Pierce 2nd (8:33.61) – High Jump David Smith 2nd (2.24m), Lewis McGuire 9th (2.16m), Akin Coward 12th (2.15m) – Pole Vault Ethan Walsh 4th (5.36m) – Long Jump Dan Bramble 2nd (7.81m) – Triple Jump Nathan Fox 6th (15.86m), Daniel Lewis 9th (15.83m) – Shot Scott Lincoln 1st (20.65m) – Discus Nick Percy 2nd (63.02m) – Hammer Chris Bennett 5th (69.27m) – Javelin Daniel Bainbridge 2nd (72.68m)
Merit Track and Field Rankings Senior UK Women – 800m Ellie Baker U23 ranked 10th (2:03.48) – 3000m Steeplechase Lizzie Bird 3rd (9:55.21) – 400m Hurdles Lina Nielsen 3rd (56.99), Hayley McLean 4th (57.61) – Triple Jump Angela Barrett 3rd (12.82m), Eavion Richardson 8th (12.73m), Jazz Sears 9th (12.53m) – Discus Jade Lally 1st (58.95m), Shadine Duquemin 3rd (54.82m) – Hammer Philippa Davenall 9th (58.12m)
Rankings – The following rankings published are the Top 20, which are based on their best individual performance in 2020.
Top 20 Track and Field Rankings Senior UK Men – 100m Ojie Edoburun ranked 5th (10.35) – 400m Charlie Dobson U23 3rd (45.84), Zharnel Hughes 13th (47.05) – 800m Kyle Langford 5th (1:44.83) – Henry McLuckie U20 19th (3:42.16) – Mile Mark Pearce 8th (4:02.85) – 3000mMark Pearce 14th (8:00.05) – 5000m Jamie Dee 14th (14:05.84) – 3000m Steeplechase Mark Pearce 2nd (8:42.63) – 3000m Steeplechase Mark Pearce 2nd (8:33.61), Kristian Imroth U20 7th (9:08.19) – High Jump David Smith 2nd (2.24m), Lewis McGuire 9th Equal (2.16m), Akin Coward 11th (2.15m), Charlie Knott U20 19th Equal (2.05m) – Pole Vault Ethan Walsh 4th (5.36m), Glen Quayle U20 11th Equal (4.82m) – Long Jump Dan Bramble 4th (7.81m), Brad Davies-Pughe U20 15th (7.33m) – Triple Jump Nathan Fox 6th (15.86m), Daniel Lewis 9th (15.83m), Ade Mason 14th (15.46m) ) – Shot Scott Lincoln 1st (20.65m), George Evans U23 12th (15.94m), Angus McInroy 15th (14.68m) – Discus Nick Percy 2nd (63.02m), Nathan Thomas U23 16th (43.63m) – Hammer Chris Bennett 5th (69.27m), Oliver Graham U20 12th (62.03m) – Javelin Daniel Bainbridge 3rd (72.68m)
Top 5 Track and Field Rankings Under 20 UK Men – 1500m Henry McLuckie ranked 2nd (3:42.16) – 3000m Charlie Hicks 1st (8:08.94), Henry McLuckie 4th (8:15.91) – 110m Hurdles Jami Schlueter 2nd (14.30) – Pole Vault Glen Quayle 2nd (4.82m) – Long Jump Brad Davies-Pughe 3rd (7.33m) – Triple Jump Josh Woods 5th (14.42m) – Hammer Oliver Graham 2nd (66.47m)
Top 5 Track and Field Rankings Under 20 UK Women – Triple Jump Jazz Sears ranked 2nd (12.53m)
Top 5 Track and Field Rankings Under 17 UK Men – 200m Remi Jokosenumi ranked 1st (21.98) – 1500m Mukhtar Musa 3rd (3:53.53) – 110m Hurdles Ruben Hedman 5th (13.45) – High Jump Kimani Jack 3rd Equal (1.99m) – Discus Gabriel Lamb 3rd (48.11m)
Top 5 Track and Field Rankings Under 17 UK Women – High Jump Kacey Walters ranked 5th Equal (1.69m)
Top 5 Track and Field Rankings Under 15 UK Boys – 100m Malachi Amadi ranked 3rd (11.20) – 200m Malachi Amadi 5th (23.15)
Top 5 Track and Field Rankings Under 15 UK Girls – 200m Nia Akintokun ranked 1st (24.68)
Top 20 Track and Field Rankings Senior UK Women – 100m Rebecca Jeggo U23 ranked 12th (11.85) – 200m Rebecca Jeggo U23 19th (24.26) – 400m Hayley McLean 17th (54.15), Lina Nielsen 18th (54.62) – 800m Ellie Baker U23 11th (2:03.31) – 1500m Lizzie Bird 18th (4:14.6), Ellie Baker U23 19th (4:15.08) – 3000m Lizzie Bird 12th (9:11.76) – 3000m Steeplechase Lizzie Bird 3rd (9:55.21) – 400m Hurdles Lina Nielsen 3rd (56.99), Hayley McLean 4th (57.61) – Triple Jump Angela Barrett 6th (12.88m), Eavion Richardson 8th (12.73m), Jazz Sears 11th Equal (12.53m) – Discus Jade Lally 1st (58.95m), Shadine Duquemin 3rd (54.82m), Amy Holder 6th (50.39m) – Hammer Philippa Davenall 7th (58.12m)
Track and Field Rankings Masters UK Men Only Winners Published – M45 100m Nengi Ossai (11.85), 200m Nengi Ossai (22.84)
Track and Field Rankings Masters UK Women Only Winners Published – W55 Pole Vault Rosalind Zeffertt (2.17m)
2021 LEE VALLEY INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD MEETINGS – Currently the following 4 fixtures have been cancelled – January 3 Pilot Open Meeting, 16-17 Southern U13/U15/U17 Championships, February 6-7 Southern U20/Senior Championships and March 20-21 Middlesex, Hertfordshire & Kent Championships
The remaining provisional Lee Valley fixtures for January to March are – January 30 BMC Gold Standard Meeting, 31 BeFit Open Meeting – February 13-14 Essex and Eastern Championships, 17 Middle Distance Open Meeting, 28 SCVAC Championships – March 6-7 British Masters Championships, 13 BeFit Open Meeting, 14 SOE/EMAC/VAC Masters Inter-Area Championships.
2021 INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD MEETINGS – During the first week of December UK Athletics issued a Preliminary list of fixtures for 2021, this is the list – Fixtures-Calender-2021-as-at-9Dec2020
Non Lee Valley fixtures – February 6-7 England Athletics U18/Elite Open Meeting (Sheffield), 20-21 British Athletics Championships (Glasgow), 27-28 England Athletics U15/U17 Open Meeting (Sheffield) – March 19-21 World Championships (Nanjing, China), 24-28 European Masters Championships (Braga, Portugal) – April 6-12 World Masters Championships (Edmonton, Canada). On the UKA fixture list they show various regional Indoor fixtures for Scotland, Wales Etc.
WHAT IS THE BEST PIECE OF ADVICE YOU HAVE EVER RECEIVED IN ATHLETICS? – The following article was published on the Athletics Weekly website recently. Photograph taken by MARK SHEARMAN of WENDY SLY Olympic 3000m silver medallist, on her way to winning the 1981 National Cross Country Championships at Colchester. WENDY won in a time of (22.09) second was PAULA FUDGE (22.34) and third SANDRA ARTHURTON (22.39).
Many of you will remember that JULIAN GOATER won the Men’s race at Parliament Hill, with the conditions being atrocious, with rain pouring down relentlessly. JULIAN won in a time of (44.39) second was DAVE CLARKE (46.34) and third MIKE MCLEOD (46.58). Flight Lieutenant JULIAN GOATER said after his win “The easiest race I’ve had for years and years; I wasn’t puffing all the way”. Photograph of JULIAN taken by DAVE BUNCE. Incidentally, it was not until 1995 that the Women and Men ran on the same day, which was at Luton.
From carrying toilet roll in your kit bag to remembering the importance of rest, Athletics Weekly followers share the top tips they have received in the sport
Sometimes we receive a piece of advice which sticks with us forever. We recently asked the question “what is the best piece of advice you have ever received in athletics?” on social media and while there were some key themes, the answers were interesting and wide-ranging.
Whether you are looking for a fresh mantra to start your new year or just fancy a smile at some of the more lighthearted replies, here we share some of the responses.
Got your own advice to add? Tell us on Twitter @AthleticsWeekly, pop a post on Facebook, or tag us on Instagram.
@wendyslyrun: “Never just run TO the top of the hill, run OVER the top of the hill.”
@JakeyJake83: “Train hard recover harder.”
@Josephineperry: “Dress for mile 2!”
@EddieJohnHunt: “Do at least one quality sprint session a week… Every distance (800m/5km/marathon), requires a sprint finish to see off the competition.”
@james_stewart13: “Train the mind, and the body.”
@stabler1705: “Always have a toilet roll in your kit bag.”
@JillBBartlett: “Never throw a hurdle at your coach. He doesn’t like it.”
@J_Sullivan_Aths: “Beware of having too many advisors.”
Dominic Spayne: “Never trust a fart after 18 miles.”
@Tae_the_north: “Have fun.”
@Clio_Ferg: “Always line you bag with a bin bag at competitions and never ever look behind you during a race. It shows your competitors you’re getting tired.”
@davidhall1956: “Never train in a jogging suit in the rain.”
@Judit_Sz: “Commit to it and don’t look back.”
Andy Hymers: “‘Always run through the line’ – Terry Davies.”
@rubbishjumper: “Don’t walk in lane 1.”
@theordinarian11: “Winter miles for spring smiles.”
@poleymcpoleface: “Whatever length spike you think you need for cross country, go one size longer. In fact, just use 15mm at all times. If you don’t need 15mm, it’s not proper cross country. It’s just a jog around and nicely mown lawn with good drainage.”
Kevin Darragh: “Always go to the start line with a positive mental attitude. If you can’t do that, your race is over before it’s begun.”
@Wavinpiper: “Lean into the hills, run straight lines not the curve of the road and shoot your legs from the hip not the knees.”
@2020west2020: “No one session is more important than another — accumulate — stay consistent — be patient — trust the process: even the bad days count (possibly for more).”
@scholarlycoach8: “Stop eating full packs of Snickers bars.”
@Eli_Tracey: “Don’t do something just because it looks good on social media.”
@oldboymarc: “Speed hurts; sustained speed kills. #SebastianandPeterCoe”
@DerekCrudele: “Take care of the little things and the big things will take care of themselves.”
@hamrocks: “Nipple tape!”
@MTalivee: “Always listen to your body.”
@Neacht: “‘A little a lot rather than a lot a little.’ Noel Carroll RIP”
@kigelia: “Don’t stand next to the guy doing handstands in his spikes.”
@James_Baker_Run: “Don’t forget your barcode.”
@dsstellar: “A rest day is still part of the training.”
Simon Riviere: “Swing your arms, your feet will follow.”
@cwilliams400: “Make sure that you’re in the top 2 at trials.”
@davidmaris958: “Focus on yourself.”
@mattyhynes88: “Run the session not the rep!”
@Sam0kane: “Physics doesn’t care how pretty it looks.”
@warr10rz: Use the portaloos early doors when a meet is on at Alexander Stadium.”
@tracksuperfan: “If you can win, it pays to keep it a secret as long as possible.”
@journowillmata: “Half of 26.2 is actually 20.”
PROCEDURES FOR USING STONEX STADIUM FROM JEREMY SOTHCOTT – The Stadium is now subject to the lockdown guidelines recently set by the Government and is therefore closed to all athletes except “Elite” athletes as certified by UKA/EA.
STONEX STADIUM EAST STAND INDOOR AREA – Use of this area has been prohibited whilst London is subject to Tier 4 restrictions. In any event, the NHS are taking this over from Monday 4 January as a Covid-19 vaccination centre for a period of 4 to 12 months. Once Tier 4 restrictions have been relaxed and we can tain indoors. Saracens have agreed to erect 3 large marquees, one to cover the javelin run-up, another one to cover one of the long jump run-ups and the associated sandpit and finally, a third one at the North End of the home straight where the temporary seating has been taken down. Check with your Coach for more information.
SBH SUBSCRIPTIONS 2020-2021 – SBH Treasurer GEOFF MORPHITIS has sent me the following regarding subscriptions.
The Club AGM took place virtually at 19.30 on Tuesday 24 November. One of the resolutions which was passed dealt with Club Subscriptions as follows. “The Annual Membership Fee for new members from 1 December 2020 will increase to £50. Existing members who have paid their membership fee for year ended 30 September 2020 will be considered as having also paid their fee for the year ended 30 September 2021.
In other words, in recognition of the disruption caused by Covid-19, these members will have 2 years membership for the price of one.” Therefore, I’m now asking athletes who have not paid their subscription for the year ended 30/09/20 (£45) to pay, so as to qualify for the 2 for 1 concession together with the England Athletics Registration Fee of £15 for 2020/21. The total is £60 and should be paid NOW to; ACCOUNT NAME: SHAFTESBURY BARNET HARRIERS, BANK: HSBC, ACCOUNT NUMBER: 41308378, SORT CODE: 400426 – Please let me know when payment is made. Thanks GEOFF
UPDATE ON SBH FIXTURE CARD – Currently all Cross Country and Road Relay fixtures for 2020 are either Cancelled or Postponed, This update shows the status of all cross country fixtures as of the 10 November 2020 – SBH Winter Card Fixtures 2020-2021 Updated 10-11-20
DECEMBER 2020 RACES – Currently there are minimal results on the Power of 10, if anyone competes especially virtually please let me know.
CAN YOU HELP PLEASE – During the period when all competitions are suspended, I will do my upmost in keeping the Newsletter information and other content going.
I would welcome any contributions From Yourselves, any impending marriages, or additions to the family, any running or competing incidents, also past warm weather training/holidays (No Club 24 please). Currently the response has been excellent, but if you have anything that could make it into next week’s Newsletter – please email me.
THE FOLLOWING SBH DOCUMENTS/INFORMATION CAN EITHER BE VIEWED, DOWNLOADED OR PRINTED
SBH 2020-2021 Winter Fixture Card updated 10-11-20, Currently all Cross Country and Road Relay fixtures for 2020 are either Cancelled or Postponed. An update on 2021 Fixtures will be published in early December 2020 – SBH Winter Card Fixtures 2020-2021 Updated 10-11-20
Cross Country Team Managers Details – http://sbharriers.co.uk/athletics/cross-country/team-managers/
Road Running/Relay Team Managers Details – http://sbharriers.co.uk/athletics/road-running/team-managers/
THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION OF INTEREST CAN BE FOUND ON THE SBH HOME PAGE BY USING THIS LINK, THEN SELECT THE LEFT OR RIGHT ARROW – http://sbharriers.co.uk/
Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers Club Hoody, information on how to purchase one, please go to the bottom of this Newsletter.
SBH MIDWEEK JUMPS CLUB AT STONEX STADIUM (FORMERLY BARNET COPTHALL STADIUM) – Currently Suspended.
STEEPLECHASE TRAINING AT STONEX STADIUM (FORMERLY BARNET COPTHALL STADIUM) – Currently Suspended.
PARKRUN 5K RESULTS – Currently Suspended
PARKRUN – Can you make sure that you are registered as ‘Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers’, as the link I use to select all results only shows SBH athletes. If anyone is also officiating can you please contact me, and advise me where and when.
PHOTOGRAPH’S – From time to time we have photographs of our members taken at meetings or presentations which we would like to use both on the website or incorporated within our report to our local newspaper. Can you please let me know if you do NOT want your photograph to be published. Also, I would appreciate if you could send me any photographs, which I can then publish on the website and newsletter.
CLUB EMBROIDERED RED HOODIES – Currently there are now over 750 Hoodies in circulation, this is the link giving details on how you can order your Club Hoody for £35, which includes having your name embroidered on the front Club Hoodies Updated 01-07-19
FACEBOOK – Photographs can be found on the SBH page.
CURRENT DISTRIBUTION OF SHAFTESBURY INFORMATION – Currently I notify members (by email) using “MailChimp”. The reason I changed, was in November 2017 “Gmail” put a limit of 100 addresses that users could send to in a 24-hour period, and currently I send to approximately 850 members each issue.
On seeking technical advice “MailChimp” was recommended as the best way for SBH to go forward. There is one thing you should be aware off is that when you receive an email from me, the footer at the bottom has 4 options, of which one is “Unsubscribe Me From List”. Could I ask you not to select this as if you do you will be automatically removed from my distribution list.
SBH PRIVACY STATEMENT – In becoming a member, SBH will collect certain information about you. Can you please read the attached ‘Privacy Statement’ which contains Information on General Data Protection Regulations – SBH Privacy Statement Final April 2018
STONEX STADIUM (FORMERLY BARNET COPTHALL STADIUM) – Main Switchboard telephone number is 020 3675 7250.
CHARGES FOR USING STONEX STADIUM (FORMERLY BARNET COPTHALL STADIUM) – Currently the Stadium is closed.