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Six novice runners are already one step ahead of the field for the Morrisons Great Manchester Run after receiving expert help from Marathon world record holder, Paula Radcliffe.

The six 'Radcliffe Great Runners' were given top training tips before taking part in a warm-up routine with the athletics legend.

The special session was designed to help get the women in shape for Europe's biggest 10k Run through the streets of Manchester on Sunday 10 May.

The six lucky ladies mentored by Paula are:

John was a retired customs and excise officer and Chairman of Rainford Labour Club.

He was an avid Saints fan, season ticket holder and admired Steve Prescott on and especially off the field.

It was John's wish to support the SPF and £500 was raised at his funeral.

The SPF would like to thank all family and friends who donated and we look forward to working alongside the family and Rainford Labour Club in keeping John's memory alive.

John was a retired customs and excise officer and Chairman of Rainford Labour Club.

He was an avid Saints fan, season ticket holder and admired Steve Prescott on and especially off the field.

It was John's wish to support the SPF and £500 was raised at his funeral.

The SPF would like to thank all family and friends who donated and we look forward to working alongside the family and Rainford Labour Club in keeping John's memory alive.

NCC staff present The Steve Prescott Foundation with the cheque.

Inspired by the legacy of Steve Prescott, local distance learning provider NCC Home Learning rallied for his cause.

Their staff took on everything from a 30 mile charity cycle, to a sport themed fun day, helping to raise over £1000 for the Foundation.

And success for Steve ended on a sweet note as NCC staff presented us with the cash at the glitzy afternoon with boxing icons Sugar Ray Leonard and Martin Murray at Sutton Leisure centre.

NCC staff present The Steve Prescott Foundation with the cheque.

Inspired by the legacy of Steve Prescott, local distance learning provider NCC Home Learning rallied for his cause.

Their staff took on everything from a 30 mile charity cycle, to a sport themed fun day, helping to raise over £1000 for the Foundation.

And success for Steve ended on a sweet note as NCC staff presented us with the cash at the glitzy afternoon with boxing icons Sugar Ray Leonard and Martin Murray at Sutton Leisure centre.

Dragon Boating - Bubble Football - The Stig Gran Tourismo - Indoor Clay Pigeon Shooting & Foam Party Treasure Hunt

The best day of the year!

Teams of 10 - £500 Sponsorship

If you cannot get a team of ten we can put you in a team - £50 Individual Sponsorship​

Please email info@steveprescottfoundation.co.uk

The Steve Prescott Foundation would like to congratulate all the runners who took part in the 5th St Helens 10k Run on Sunday 8th March. A record 1740 runners completed the race in wet conditions, but the spirits weren’t dampened as they encountered the tough course which started and finished at Langtree Park. The UKA affiliated event was won by John Ashcroft of Liverpool Harriers AC in a time of 32minutes and 36 seconds. Sarah Cumber from Halifax Harriers crossed the finish line in 38:27 to lift the womens crown.

In the men's race, John Ashcroft from Liverpool Harriers AC made a welcome return to the event and completed the new course in 32:35.  Karl Taylor from Morpeth Harriers was 2nd male in 33:27. Last years winner Jake Littlehales from Stockport finished in 33:38.
 
In the Ladies event, Sarah Cumber from Halifax Harriers crossed the finish line in 38:27 which will stand as the new course record for Females. Vicky Unsworth from Liverpool finished in 2nd in 38:59, whilst Rachael Fairclough from St Helens Striders secured 3rd place on home ground in 41:25.
 
Vets results as follows:
Ladies
V35 Sharon Samson 41:32
V40 Jeanette Fisher 46:05
V45 Michelle Liddle 43:15
V50 Yvonne Neary 52:42
V55 Carol Foster 49:09
 
Men's
V40 Mike Golbourne 36:21
V45 Andrew Parkinson 38:00
V50 John Greenall 37:21
V55 Geoff Parr 42:53
V60 Anthony Metcalf 41:17

Full results can be seen below:

St Helens Council Sports Development team is calling for local sports clubs and local people, to help get up to 4000 people in St Helens more active over the next three years.

The Community Sports Project funded through Sport England will see local clubs and community groups offered the chance to work with trained Sports Activators for Free, to help set-up, run and maintain new sports sessions in local venues, with facility hire, equipment and training costs for volunteers and coaches all covered.

St Helens Council Sports Development team is calling for local sports clubs and local people, to help get up to 4000 people in St Helens more active over the next three years.

The Community Sports Project funded through Sport England will see local clubs and community groups offered the chance to work with trained Sports Activators for Free, to help set-up, run and maintain new sports sessions in local venues, with facility hire, equipment and training costs for volunteers and coaches all covered.

40 miles in less than 24 hours over the North Yorkshire moors from Scarth Wood Moor, Osmotherley, across the North Yorkshire Moors, ending on the North Sea coast at Ravenscar.

are offering the following Lucky Square​ Prize Draw for the St Helens 10k Run.

To buy a Lucky Square and the opportunity to win some great prizes please go under the North Stand at Langtree Park before and after the 10k Race.

Click here to download infomation - pdf.

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