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AREA 5 TETRATHLON COMMITTEE
TRIATHLON, MOLD SPORTS CENTRE,
RIVERSIDE COURT, MOLD CH7 1HT
SUNDAY 28 JANUARY 2018
The following classes may be combined if there are insufficient entries: 3 with 5, 4 with 6
BEANIE CLASS: THOSE WHO HAVE NOT YET REACHED THEIR 8TH BIRTHDAY. COMPETITORS AGED 8 ON THE DAY ENTER THE INTRO CLASS
ALL OTHER AGES AS ON THE 1ST JAN 2018
New Head Office rule for 2018 competitions: Those shooting at 7m must wear protective or prescription glasses. (We will have protective glasses available on the day but you may prefer to practice in them first.)
TEAMS: Branch teams of three or four from classes 1 – 10, best three scores to count.
AWARDS: Individual and team rosettes to 6th place.
Medals for best run, shoot and swim in each class.
TRIO OF TRIATHLONS: Points scored at this event will count towards the Area 5 Trio of Triathlons. To be eligible a competitor must compete in the same class at each of the three triathlons.
ENTRY FEE: £15 per competitor (£1 reduction for 2nd and subsequent family members)
Cheques payable to Area 5 Tetrathlon Committee.
Closing date 13 January 2018.
Please send correct fee with entry to:-
Mrs Penny Wingfield, Coedlyn, Rowen, Conwy LL32 8YL
Tel. 01492 650989 Mobile 07845 128109
Email – Area 5Tetrathlon@outlook.com
Attached are the schedules for the Barlow Hunt Pony Club Hunter Trial and Tetrathlon /Triathlon for April 2018.
Tetrathletes are also welcome to enter the hunter trial. Each horse can do a max of two rounds including the Tet round.
If you have any questions, please give me a call
Thanks … Liz Lovell …. 07800513373
Mold Leisure Centre, Riverside Ct, Mold CH7 1HT
The Area 5 triathlon took place on Sunday 29th October at Mold Leisure Centre. It was a fantastic day with over 100 competitors of all ages taking part. This event was particularly exciting as not only was it our first event in our “Trio of Tris” series but it was the first time our younger Pony Club members “Beanies” (under 8s) had used our brand new targets made especially for bean bag throwing. They did really very well bearing in mind the targets were larger than the majority of the Beanie competitors.
Alongside our great turnout from those in Area 5, we were really pleased to see so many faces from Pony Clubs out of the area including those from North Shropshire, Albrighton, Ludlow, Lancaster and District, Wheatland and Pendle! We are looking forward to seeing you all again at our next triathlon.
There were some brilliant results on the day – everyone performed extremely well!
Toby Johnson (East Cheshire) had a great day winning a very strong Intermediate Boys class by over 100 points with Best Shoot and Best Swim. Best Run was achieved by Russel Wingfield from the Aberconwy Pony Club.
Lily Johnson (East Cheshire) matched her brothers first place coming away with Best Shoot, Swim and Run in the process! Not only was Lily taking part on the day but Lily had been very busy beforehand baking some lovely cakes that she sold on the day! They really were yummy! There was also tea, coffee and hot chocolate on sale to warm everyone up provided by Lily’s mum, Judith Johnson.
Rufus Taylor (Cheshire Hunt South) performed fantastically well in his first ever Junior level Area 5 triathlon winning the Junior Boys with Best Run. Best Swim was achieved by William Stone (Flint and Denbigh) and Best Shoot by Tom Allen (Albrighton).
The Junior Girl class was won by one of our out of area competitors, Sasha Oldham from Lancaster and District. She also took home Best Run. Best Swim was achieved by Cheshire Hunt South’s Beatrice Taylor and Best Shoot was jointly achieved by Kaitlyn Wyn (North Shropshire) and Ella Booth (Cheshire Hunt North). Both girls shot a very impressive 940.
Thomas Brown from the Ludlow Pony Club had a great day – not only did he win the class but also took home Best Shoot and Best Run. Archie Lynch (Flint and Denbigh) achieved Best Swim.
Cheshire Hunt North’s Lana Booth won the Mini Girl class with Best Run. Best Shoot was achieved by Lucinda Evan’s from the Ludlow Pony Club with a fantastic 980!! Best Swim – Amy Morris (Wheatland).
Harry Taylor (CHS) took home both a 1st place rosette and a medal for Best Run. Best Shoot – Haydn Gill (Sir WWW). Best Swim – John Griffiths (Ludlow).
Holly Morris was one of the many members of the Ludlow Pony Club who performed very well – not only did she win Best Swim but she also won the class! Best Shoot – Ellen Butler (CHS). Best Run – Zara Smith (EC).
North Shropshire’s Josh Bryers came in 1st place with both Best Shoot and Best Run! His fellow N.Shrops competitor Harry Timmis won the Best Swim.
Scarlett Gilruth (Sir WWW) had a brilliant day winning the Beanie Girls and taking home both Best Shoot and Best Run. Best Swim – Lleucu Newton (F&D).
Our Slightly Creased class was very well supported which was great to see! Overall Keith Billington (Waen y Llyn) took home the 1st place prize with both Best Swim and Best Run. Best shoot – Mandy Peffers (Waen y Llyn).
Well done to everyone who took part from the Area 5 Tetrathlon Committee. We shall look forward to seeing you all back at Mold Leisure Centre on Sunday 28th January 2018.
AT LUDLOW AND SOUTH SHROPSHIRE LEISURE CENTRE,
BROMFIELD ROAD, LUDLOW, SHROPSHIRE, SY8 1DR
Competitors in Classes 5 and 6 must be 8 years or over on 3rd February 2018
* Classes 5 and 6 will be split if sufficient entries (for rosettes but NOT qualification).
Teams of 3 or 4 members with the best 3 overall scores to count.
ROSETTES: To the first 10 individuals in each class and medals to each phase winner.
Team rosettes to 6th place.
ENTRIES: £18 per competitor (£15 for 2nd and subsequent family members) and £13 for Class 9 (£11 for 2nd and subsequent family members) .
Entries close Thursday 25th January 2018
Send entries (with cheques payable to PONY CLUB AREA SEVEN to Janet Wakeham, Whitfield Farm, Ettington, Stratford upon Avon, Warks CV37 7PN. Times will be emailed to Team Managers and will be on the Area 7 web page by Wednesday 31st January.
Toby Johnson, from the East Cheshire Branch of the Pony Club, travelled the long distance over to County Tipperary in Ireland to compete in the Irish Pony Club National Tetrathlon Championships. Toby, amongst other competitors from various parts of the country, formed the UK Tetrathlon Team at the event.
Toby and his family travelled via ferry from Holyhead to Dublin before driving to Clonmel racecourse where they camped for the weekend. There was a fantastic icebreaker event on the first evening consisting of a “Come Dine With Me” experience which took place in a hall that the racecourse had kindly let them use.
The Friday of the event was the day of both the shoot and the swim with the Senior competitors shooting at 10m onto a Pentathlon target and the Juniors shooting at the normal Pony Club targets. All of the UK Tetrathlon team athletes performed exceptionally well!
The riding phase was held on the Saturday. The course built for the event was excellent! It was both challenging and enjoyable and a number of the UK competitors rode clear rounds.
The Saturday evening entertainment consisted of a BBQ and disco for both competitors and their families to attend. We believe that in true Irish style – this was carried on until quite late in the evening!
The run phase took place on the Sunday around the racecourse. This was a gruelling run but there were some very fast times recorded on the automatic timing chip system on the runners shoes.
Overall all of our UK competitors did very well. Here are the results:
Well done Toby!
Hopefully next year a few more of our Area 5 Tetrathletes will attend.
What a great time was had by all at a Tetrathlon organised by Iona Pierce (helped by husband Gareth and daughter Rhian) at their farm Plas Dolben, Llangynhafal, Denbighshire. There was a lovely atmosphere and the weather took no notice of the awful forecast.
There were competitors from Flint and Denbigh, Gwynedd, WWW, East Cheshire and Cheshire Hunt South.
The ground was too wet to use the XC so the riding took place at near by Dyfnog, Denbigh by kind permission of Jane Gough Roberts and the riders had great fun doing the Arena Eventing course on the Saturday.
There were some notable achievements. In the Mini Girls, Leah Lamb had the best shoot of the whole competition with an amazing score of 960, Scarlett had top swim (4 lengths 19m) in the class and Imogen ran the fastest doing 1000m in a time of 4min 20 secs. Imogen won the class, Leah was 3rd and Scarlett was 4th.
Mini Boys was dominated by Archie Lynch with a total score of 4350, swimming no less than 6 lengths 4m. William Stone was 2nd, running 1000m in under 4 minutes. Keep it up boys!
We had some FnD first timers in the Beginner’s Class – Gemma Burgoyne, Constance Wight and Lili Evans. The class was won by Lili who had top shoot and run. Well done all.
There were 6 teams in the competition. The FnD Flint Team won convincingly (William, Archie, Daisy Stone and Leah L) with a score of 12176, 2nd team was FnD Denbigh Team (Imogen K, Orla K, Scarlett O and Elsie Lynch) with a score of 11026.
Thank you to all who helped including Penny Wingfield who travelled from Aberconwy to do the scoring.
Next Tet is in Mold Oct 29th 2017
The National Tetrathlon Championships were held at Bishop Burton College from the 11th – 13th August 2017.
Area 5 had 7 competitors who qualified at the Area 5 Tetrathlon competition held at Whitfield farm, Warwick for this prestigious event. Unfortunately, Keeva Stott was unable to attend.
Both Area 5 Open Boys, Russell Wingfield (Aberconwy) and Toby Johnson (East Cheshire) came in the top 10 placings! Toby was 4th with a joint Best Shoot (940) and Russell 9th. Both competitors achieved a total score in excess of 4000 points which is fantastic achievement.
The previous weekend, Toby and Russell had both represented Wales and Borders in the Regional 100 Event held at Southfield House, Nunney, Frome, Somerset.
Area 5 had a Mixed Area team of four Junior Girls taking part in the event. Annabel James (East Cheshire), Ella Booth (Cheshire Hunt North), Kiera Booth (Cheshire Hunt North) and Orla Stott (Cheshire Hunt South). This was an exceptionally large class consisting of 86 girls! The competition got underway with some very impressive shoot scores from Area 5. Orla – 900, Kiera – 800, Annabel – 960 and Ella – 980. We hoped Ella’s score would gain her the award for the Best Shoot in the Junior Girls competition but two girls, Connie Gould (Old Berkeley Hunt) and Charlotte Hicks (East Cornwall Hunt) both scored the maximum points achievable of 1000. All the Area 5 Junior Girls had a clear cross-country round on a course that was designed by Joe Weller.
This year was the fourth year of the Grassroots Tetrathlon competition. The competition is open to both branch and centre members but competitors must not have competed at Junior level tetrathlon or above at Regional or Area level competitions.
Area 5 had two competitors gain the highly sought-after places in this competition both from Flint and Denbigh PC, Archie Lynch and Leah Lamb. Both put in fantastic performances and held their own against much older competitors in a class of 48! Archie achieved 2nd place with a shoot score of 840. He was 4th in the swim and 6th in the run. Leah came 18th with a very impressive shoot of 920 narrowly missing the award for Best Shoot which was 940. Both Archie and Leah rode clear.
Well done all Area 5 competitors!