£50   no 39    Gaynor Sergiew

£30   no.59    Phil Pollock

£25   no. 71   Angie Prince

£15   no. 25   Paul Williams

£15   no. 37   Bridget Mills

£15   no. 19   Fiona Smith

I will get cheques to winners as soon as possible – please blame Commonwealth Games for delays Emoji

Thank you for your support.

Numbers are still available, for information please contact me at

Just a reminder –  recently £1000 from 100 Club finds went towards paying for the new Throws Cage.

Training Tonight

For those training this evening, Thur 28th July.

The track will be open and training will be taking place.

However due to the Commonwealth Games road access will be restricted.  You may not be able to drive down Wyndley Lane and into the car park at the club house.  Apparently half of Wyndley Car park will be open, but be prepared to park elsewhere just in case.  A good alternative is the car park at the visitors centre at Town Gate, then you can walk through the path by Costa at Wyndley Leisure Centre.

Save the dates!

On Sunday 16 October, RSCAC are hosting a Young Athletes cross country in Walsall Arboretum (joint hosts with Birchfield). Helpers required to set up, marshal and pack away.

The evening before, (Saturday 15 October) is our annual presentation evening at All Saints Church Centre, 64 Belwell Lane, B74 4TR.

100 Club March Draw

no. 31  £50   SUE CAVENDISH – TRIBE

no. 80  £30   PAUL WILLIAMS

no. 62  £25   VAL EAMES 

no. 3    £15   ALISON EVETTS

no. 33  £15   MEGAN EVANS

no. 38  £15  FIONA SMITH


Congratulations to our winners and thankyou to all members for their continuing support.

Numbers are available at £16.20p a year.

For more information email  –

Please support the club, you do not have to be a club member to have a number in the 100 club.

Inter Countries Cross Country Championships

The UKCAU Inter-Counties Cross-Country Championships are due to be held at Prestwold Hall Driving Centre, Loughborough, LE12 5SH on Saturday 12 March 2022.

Travel Directions – SAT NAV – LE12 5SH
Direction signs to the venue will be erected where safe and legal to do so.
For majority of athletes and spectators this will be a new venue so please allow sufficient time to arrive safely.

The following parking charges will apply
£5 per car
£20 Mini Bus
£30 Coach

Good luck to all the RSCAC athletes selected to represent Warwickshire and Staffordshire at this event.

National Cross Country Championships Parliament Hill London 26th February 2022

Set against the backdrop of the London city skyline, a number of our athletes battled the hills and the mud at Parliament Hill in the iconic National Cross-Country Championships.

The performance of the day was from Noah Homer in the under 13 boys who achieved a fantastic 4th place in the 400 strong field.  Run over a 3 km course the event was very competitive including the winners of the Southern, Midland and Northern Championships.   Noah got a great start up the first hill and was in around 10th moving into 4th position after a large hill and muddy section of the course. 

In the Under 17 women Bethan Homer ran a great race over a 5km course finishing in 65th.  This was a fantastic performance out of 300 competitors.  Like Noah, Bethan is bottom age so has another year at this age group.  Martha Wood also ran a strong race finishing in 172nd.

In the under 15 girls Maria Taha enjoyed running in her first National Cross-Country finishing in 303rd. This is her first season of cross country running and showed real determination and courage to compete at this level.

Under 17 boys saw Ethan Patel, George O Connor, and George Hope race over a small and large loop of the course (6km) in the 303 strong field.  Ethan was first back for RSCAC in 97th closely followed by George O Connor 113th and George Hope in 178th.

Not to be out done by her brother George, Caitlin O Connor ran in the under 20 Junior Women over 6 km. Caitlin finished 94th in the 150 strong field.  Tom Lloyd also had a fantastic run in the under 20 Junior Men’s race.

The 1000 strong Senior Women’s race saw a gallant run from Jennie Lloyd who worked her way through 8km course finishing in 495th, she was closely followed by Dale Lyons in 557th.

To make it a real family affair Barry Lloyd was the first RSCAC athlete back in the Senior Men’s in 575th supported by Andy Bradley in 696th and Sam Crawford in 1223rd.  Great performances in a very competitive race which was won by Mohamed Mohamed, with Emile Cairess in second and Alex Yee, double Olympic Gold medallist in the Tokyo Triathlon,  finishing in 3rd place.

Blessed with sunshine on the day, I am sure that all the RSCAC athletes that competed will remember the day for many years to come.  Well done to all.

Nicholas Pryce sets new 60m Club Record at British University Champs

At The British University Indoor Champs at Sheffield on the 20th Feb. Nicholas Pryce finished in 4th place in the 200m Final in a time of 21.50( same time as 3rd) having earlier  taken 1st place in his heat with 21.97 and 1st place in his semi-final with 21.68. On the 18th Feb he recorded a time of 6.92 in taking second place in his heat of the 60m which is a CLUB RECORD  beating the time of 6.93 set by Kane Howitt in 2019.He then followed this up with a time of 6.95 in his semi-final but did not make the final. 

You can watch Nicholas on TV TOMORROW  at 1209 (on the red button ) at the British Indoor Champs in the 200m . He is in heat 4 lane 5. They are on from 1025 to 1700.

Fantastic result Nicholas.

John T