60m Successes

Posted: February 17, 2018 by megsamaniac in Uncategorized

In the Midland Indoor Champs Isabel Male (first year Under 15) continued her sparkling form to take the bronze medal in the Under 15 60m in 8.22 secs. Earlier she had won her heat in 8.22 and her semifinal in 8.17 which is a new PB . The two girls ahead of her are both second year Under 15s. Her 8.17 is getting ever closer to the Club record of 8.11 set by Lois Cresswell back in 1994.

In the same meeting, Gideon Akinkuolie (first year Under 17) recorded 8.11 in his first ever 60m.

Meanwhile Donald Brown (M50) continues his preparations for the European Masters Indoors in Madrid in March by recording times of 7.94 and 7.98 in the 60m in the Loughborough Students AC Open.


West Midlands Young Athletes League – 11 Feb

Posted: February 14, 2018 by RSCAC in Race reports


Royal Sutton Coldfield AC’s young athletes finished the cross county league season in style with some fine performances in the final fixture at Aldersley Stadium, Wolverhampton on Sunday. In cold and blustery conditions the young athletes raced superbly to win a number of individual and team medals. Overall the club finished 4th on the day out of the 20 best clubs in the region. This also meant a 4th place finish for the season – a great team effort.

The U13 girls topped off a fine season by winning silver medals with Sian Duval finishing 5th on the day, Mante Nausedaite 7th, Charlotte Prince 9th, Charlotte Crees 13th and Bethan Homer 25th. Sian Duval also picked up an individual medal as the 4th highest placed athlete for the season.

There were further medals for the U13 boys who won bronze for the season. Great packing from Ethan Patel (13th), George Hope (16th), Jack Wakefield (17th), Ethan Cook (19th) and George O’Connor (20th) meant the team actually won the race on the day, but the result was not quite enough to overhaul Rugby & Northampton and Birchfield who claimed the top two spots.


The U15 girls ran superbly to secure silver medals in a fiercely contested age group. Strong running from Lucy Carey, Charlotte Hey, Lucy Corker, Lucia Cantone and Libby Turner meant the team was able to hold off a challenge from Rugby & Northampton and Stratford to maintain second position.

IMG_3yu6eqThe U15 boys team of Jacob Higgins, Thomas Lloyd and James Moran finished 8th.

The U11 boys and U11 girls narrowly missed out on medals with both teams finishing 4th for the season. On the day Will Stead was first home for the U11 boys in 18th place with great support from Zak Tisdale, Harvey Gillett, Adam Wilkinson and Harrison North. Emily Symes was first home for the U11 girls, with Isabel Lloyd, Phoebe Allen, Evie Sandland and Lucy Rigby completing the counters.

There was a great run by Ellen Humpherston who finished 8th in the U17 women’s race. The other counters were Caitlin O’Connor, Kara Turnham and Lucy Ollerenshaw. For the U17 men Ben Horton was first home in 29th place.

All sessions are at the track tonight

Posted: January 30, 2018 by megsamaniac in Uncategorized

John Wilmott sessions have now finished. See you all at the track tonight. 6 – 7.45pm.

Midland XC Championships

Posted: January 29, 2018 by RSCAC in Race reports


A number of our top athletes braved the rain to race at a muddy Wollaton Park at the weekend. The top performances came from Georgia Curry who finished 3rd in the U20W race and Shaun Evans who was 4th in the U20M race. Our U13 girls were our highest placed team finishing in 5th place. Well done to everyone who raced.


Pic by Selina Evans

Indoor Success this Weekend

Posted: January 29, 2018 by megsamaniac in Uncategorized
Kane Howitt took 3rd place in the 200m Senior Mens A race in the London Senior Games at Lee Valley in a time of 22.35 which is a PB (old indoors PB was 23.47)

Donald Brown (M50) started his 2018 season with times of 7.91 and 8.04 at the same meeting and was competing in the Senior Mens category. Donald, along with Janice Pryce (Triple Jump and Long Jump), is preparing for the European Masters Indoor Champs taking place in Madrid on March 19th to 24th.

Meanwhile at the Midland Counties Indoors Open at Alexander Stadium, Isabel Male (first year U15) set two new PBs of 8.20 and 8.26 in 1st and 3rd places in the 60m (old PB set 2 weeks ago was 8.30). Isabel is getting closer and closer to the Club record of 8.11 which has stood for over 23 years.

In his first ever Indoor Competition, David Iliffe (first year U 17) recorded times of 7.86 and 7.91 in his 60m races. An excellent start to his 2018 season.

Under 11 Fun In Athletics Regional Final

Posted: January 28, 2018 by megsamaniac in Uncategorized

Six RSCAC under 11s were selected to represent Birmingham today in Sportshall Athletics. They all did superbly. The girls team finished in second place and the boys team won.

Well done to all of the Birmingham Team and a special well done to RSCAC athletes: Alfie, Jayden, Joe, Harrison (Boys’ Captain), Evie and Phao.


Sutton Sports Awards Winners

Posted: January 27, 2018 by megsamaniac in Uncategorized

Well done to Katie Ingle (Female Sports Person of the Year), Muninder Singh Hayer (Achievement in Disability Sports) and Isabel Male (Grassroots Junior Person of the Year) for winning prizes at the Sutton Sports Awards last night.