WMYALCC League Race Aldersley Stadium, Wolverhampton 5th December

The next league race is this Sunday at Aldersley (postcode WV6 9NW). Please remember your club vest and race number.


DIRECTIONS Approaching from South (M1, M5) M6 to M54 Leave M6 via M54 (signposted Telford/North Wales). Leave M54, Junction 2 (signposted A449 to Wolverhampton). Enter Wolverhampton City Approaching from the North – M6 Exit 11 – Cannock (A460 to Wolverhampton for 1.5 miles. Enter Featherstone and turn right at crossroads (signposted Coven) and continue for 2 miles to T junction. Turn left and proceed over hump back bridge to A449 (dual carriageway). Turn left and pass under M54. Enter Wolverhampton City. Exit 11 – Cannock (A460 to M54 to A449) Proceed along A460 to Wolverhampton for 2 miles. Join M54 (to Telford) leave M54 after 1 mile at Junction 2 to A449 to Wolverhampton. Enter Wolverhampton City. Approaching from North Wales, A5, Shrewsbury Leave M54 at Junction 2 signposted A449 to Wolverhampton. Enter Wolverhampton City. Directions after entering Wolverhampton City Proceed 1.5 miles (2 traffic islands) to traffic signals. Turn right into Oxley Moor Road (signposted Aldersley Leisure Village). Proceed approximately 1.5 miles to Aldersley Leisure Village entrance on left.

Midlands Track and Field League – Wyndley 3rd August

Results of Saturdays meeting are here.
A great all round team performance.

We finished 4th on the day and 5th overall which will mean that unfortunately next year we will be back to Division 4.

Lets hope that next year we can get more jumpers, pole vaulters, hurdlers and steeplechasers, as that will make things much easier for us.

There are very many great action photos on the Club website (flickr) taken by Marc Kirsten. Thanks Marc.

There were new Club records , Personal Bests and Season Bests set at the meeting.

Lorna Foster Shot win



Lorna Foster
W55 Discus 26.27m (was 25.75m set by Lorna earlier this year)
W55 Shot (4Kg) 7.67m (was 7.58m set in 2018)


James Ward Junior (Under20)
Discus (2Kg) 37.96m (was 37.74m set by James earlier this year)


Sherri Smart Discus
Georgia Delaney 400m
Hannah Smith Hammer
Megan Evans Equals High Jump
Emma Cavendish-Tribe 800m
Asha Dacres 100m

Sam Caswell 100m
Rob Andrew M55 1500m
Ollie Shepperd 3000m


Megan Evans Long Jump/Triple Jump
Hannah Smith 100mH Equals
Lucy Carey 1500m
Charmaine Riley- Nelson 100m
4x400m Relay Team Georgia Delaney, Ellen Humpherston, Caitlin O’Connor, Lucy Carey.

Joe Martin 400m
Shaun Evans 3000m
Kevin Brown Shot (7.26Kg)

There were also 19 first place finishes !

Asha D 100m B
Megan E Long Jump A, Triple Jump A
Lorna F Discus B
Chrissie P Hammer A
Hannah Smith Hammer B

Sean Evans 3000m win
Nick P 100m A, 200mB
Kane H 100mB, 200mA
Shem N 400mA
Joe M 400m B
Fred T 800m A
Shaun E 3000m A
Ollie S 3000m B
James W Discus A
Kevin B Discus B

The 4x400m relay splits were:

Women 3rd 4.31.9.
1 68.7
2 68.2
3 65.5
4 69.5

Men 1st 3.33.3
Kane H 55.5
Fred T 52.4
Shem N 51.1
Nick P 54.3
Clearly Kane and Nick were taking it easy as both of them along with Shem are sub 50 secs guys.

A special thanks to our officials/helpers.

It takes a lot of effort to get everything ready for a large meeting like this.

They were Derek Prince, Chrissie Prince, Charlie Prince, Fiona Smith, Ian Smith , Kath Smith, Hannah Smith, Ruth Dobbins, Jane Fleming, Nigel Underwood, Phil Pollock, Chris Jennings, Katie Jennings, Sherri Smart, Ernie Eames, Arnie Evans, Mrs Evans (Megans Mum), Barry Overy, Marc Kirsten.

An extra special thanks to Derek and Ian for giving the water jump a major clean up on Thursday, welly boots and all. It hadn’t been used for a few years and was in a bit of a state.

Photos below of the winning 4 x 100m team (Kane H, Shem N, Nick P and Sam C) and the winning 4 x 400m team of Kane H, Nick P, Fred T and Shem N with team manager John Topliss.

Report by John Topliss.

4 X 100 JULY 2019




Midland Veteran’s League North Division – Wyndley, 31st July 2019

Results are in for the last Masters meeting.

Midland Veterans League North Division RSC 31 July 2019

Well done to everyone who competed.

There were several age group PBs which we have listed below.

Jennie Lloyd 200m/800m
Fiona Smith Long Jump
Maureen Lewington Shot Put

Martin Clutterbuck 200m/800m
Rob Andrew 800m
Peter Parker 800m
Barry Lloyd 3000m
Simon Corker 3000m
Dean Lucas Triple Jump
Roy Humpherson Long Jump

A special thanks to all our officials and helpers:
Derek Prince, Chrissie Prince, Ruth Dobbins, Jane Fleming, Nigel Underwood, Trevor Brown, Megan Evans, Fiona Smith, Ian Smith, Kath Smith, Hannah Smith, Phil Pollock, Marc Kirsten, Arnie Evans, Megan’s Mum.
Apologies if we have missed anyone.

We have apologized to all the competing clubs regarding the absence of starting blocks due to the padlock being changed on the storage unit and no one present having a key.

Finally just to remind you that the League Cup Finals will be taking place on August 31st at Nottingham about which we will be sending full details once received.

Report by John Topliss

Nicholas Pryce – New 200m PB and Silver Medal at AAA Champs

Nicholas Pryce, who is coached by Joe Caines, was in outstanding form this weekend in the English Senior Championships in Manchester Sportcity.

On Sunday he won a silver medal in the 200m final in a time of 21.14, in far from ideal conditions and running into a minus 0.8m headwind.
This would have been a new PB for him had he not recorded 21.13 in his semi with a minus 0.7m headwind.
His previous legal PB was 21.30. Earlier in the day he comfortably recorded a 21.48 in his heat.

On Saturday he finished 5th in the 100m Final with a time of 10.66 into a minus 0.6m headwind. A very close finish with the second place getting 10.62.
His qualifying times in the heats and semis were 10.87 and 10.80 also into headwinds.

His final time of 10.66 is very close to his handtimed PB of 10.6 set back in 2014, which is also the Club record.

Full results here.

Well done Nicholas !

John Topliss

Midlands Track and Field League – July 6th

Results from the 3rd T&F League match are available here.

A special thanks to our officials Ruth, Jane, Derek , Fiona, Ian, Arnie and Sherri. A busy weekend for all of them with the Heart of England meeting at Wyndley on Sunday.

There were many excellent performances by our rather small team.
Last meeting is at Wyndley on Saturday 3rd August, where we all have to show what it really means to compete at our home track.

As far as we can see there were 3 new Personal Bests.

Asha Dacres in winning the B 200m. A 0.7 secs improvement.
Cerys Deakin in the 400m.
Sam Caswell in the 100m.

Great running in all of the relays.
Both the Mens teams were very close to the Club records (just 0.1 secs off the 4x100m relay). The handover between Nick and Kane was the best we have seen by any of our teams. Wow!

The 4x400m relay splits were (Thank you Ruth)

Georgia 70.2
Megan 76.1
Cerys 72.1
Caitlin 69.6

Kane 53.9
Alex 52.3
Shem 50.6
Nick 48.0


Other Info.
Kevin Brown, who won the Discus at Telford, and also won the Discus at the Masters Inter Area meeting (representing the Midlands) at Coventry earlier in the day!

Report by John Topliss.

Results Round Up – June 2019

Midlands Masters – June 9th

Sunday 9th June, we had three athletes competing in the Midland Masters Champs with excellent performances.
They are:

Lorna Foster W55.
Hammer 2nd 28.63m – New Club record (was 28.53m held by Lorna)
Shot Put 2nd 8.76m
Discus 2nd 24.32m

Kevin Brown M50
Discus 1st 43.08m – New Championship Best Performance !

David Price M75
Javelin 2nd 22.20m

Midlands Track and Field League – June 16th

We had some excellent results from our rather small team (we had 27 empty scoring spots) so lets hope for a better turn out for the next meeting at Telford on Saturday the 6th July.

We had 3 of our athletes who are over 55 covering 9 events between them so lets go for it.

We could not see any new club records and just found one equaled PB which was Georgia Delaney in the 400m but that was hardly surprising considering the variable weather.

RSCAC was able to put out all 4 relay teams, and our two mens teams took first places in both relays.

A special thanks to our officials: Jane Fleming, Katie and Chris Jennings, Fiona and Ian Smith, Sherri Smart, Arnie Evans, Maureen Lewington and Sandra McDonald.

Full link to the results will be posted here when available.

We had some athletes competing in other meetings at the weekend.

BMC Events

Shaun Evans ran a splendid PB time of 14.42.69 at the BMC Grand Prix 5000m in Loughborough.

Elsewhere at the Tipton BMC race on Tuesday the 18th, Joseph Martin won the 800m A Race, and smashed his own 800m PB by a whopping 1 sec (in the process breaking his own U17 club record), in a time of 1.55.0.

Some high caliber middle & long distance performances from both athletes.

YouTube Playlist

We have a Youtube playlist here.

If you know of any videos featuring club athletes, email the video link to rscac1973@gmail.com so they can be added to our playlist.

John Topliss.

English Schools XC

En Schools' scorers 2019 (1)Royal Sutton’s young athletes were mixing it with the top runners in the country at the English Schools XC last weekend. This was at Temple Newsam Park – in heavy showers plus storm force winds. The average fields in the junior and intermediate events were 350 runners.

Junior girls:

  • Mante Nausedaite 196th – top WM scorer
  • Martha Wood 247th – 2nd WM scorer despite losing a shoe in the first 300m
  • Charlotte Prince 264th  –  4th WM scorer
  • Zara Buchanan – support back-up position
  • Sian Duval  180th  4th Staffordshire scorer

Intermediate girls:

  • Lucy Carey  119th  2nd WM scorer
  • Charlotte Hey  205th  6th WM scorer

Senior girls:

  • Ellen Humpherston  116th  2nd WM Scorer
  • Caitlin O’Connor  164th  3rd Staffordshire scorer

Junior Boys:

  • Jack Wakefield  140th  3rd WM scorer

Report by Brian Higson

More medals at the British Masters

Report from John T:
“I’ve Just come across further results from Lee Valley and delighted to report that Kevin Brown took gold in the M50 Discus with a throw of  43.86m and Donald Brown took a second gold in the M55 200m in a time of 25.75
Well done Kevin and Donald .Great performances.”

Donald wins gold and silver at the British Masters

Report from John T:
Hi Everyone, Just seen the results of the British Masters Indoors Champs at the weekend at Lee Valley and delighted to report that Donald Brown won  gold and silver medals.
Here are the results:
Donald Brown M55 60m Hurdles 1st 9.24 .A new Club record
M55 60m 2nd 7.75
Well done Donald . Great performances.
PS Donald will be competing later this month in The World Masters Indoor Champs in Torun,Poland from March 24th to the 30th.
We wish him a great Championship.