Run report for Event number 137 : 28th November 2015

The weather turned it up a bit for us today, so WELL DONE to the 97 parkrunners who slogged it out in the humidty. That includes you Sheri TELFORD, we are proud of you!

CONGRATULATIONS and Welcome to the club -

Junior 10 Club
Lincoln BOON, Liam TURLEY, Sam TEUNISSE & Wouter TEUNISSE.

50 Club
Gary ENGEL, Mark GRIEVE & Brad WILTON.

100 Club
Toney MAGNER & Adam BOON.

To claim your Milestone Shirt -
Check out your parkrun profile and click on CLUB PROGRESS. When the link becomes live you just need to pitch in for postage.
Then hang out by the letterbox for the postie to bring you some happy mail.

BIG THANKS to our wonderful volunteers this week :: Gary ENGEL, Andy MAGNER, Josh WOOLFE, Lisa BUDD, Roslyn BUDD, Toney MAGNER, Bill CAULFIELD & Yasmin PARKER.

We just need one more volunteer for next week to hand out the Finish Tokens. Please let us know if you can help out.

Farewell to David POOLE, we hope you enjoy your new home and the cooler weather.

Last but not least - COME along to our XMAS BASH next weekend, everyone is welcome! The link to the event is at the top of the page. Our social crew organisers are after numbers TODAY, so if you are planning to attend please let them know on the event page,

Cheers :: Tracey smile emoticon

Anniversary Date
Next Anniversary - 26th March 2016

Event #137

Weather
Clear (27.72 degrees celcius, humidity 0.71)

Volunteers
Andrew Damien MAGNER • Gary ENGEL • Joshua WOOLFE • Lisa BUDD • Roslyn BUDD • Toney MAGNER • Tracey CULLEN • William CAULFIELD • Yasmin PARKER

PB's
Anne WILLIAMS
Craig CALLANDER
Louise AZPIRI
Nicki LEMBCKE
Patrick MCCARTHY
Steve WINNETT
Teri ASKER

Journal Report

Riverway parkrun
Event number 137
28th November 2015

Male placings:
Simon O'REGAN (VM40-44) (Unattached) was first over the line in 17:45 - 7th time in 8 appearances.
Chris WHITTY (VM50-54) (Unattached) was second over the line in 20:56 - has been first to finish on 2 previous occasions.
Brad ALLAWAY (SM25-29) (Unattached) was third over the line in 21:22 - was first to finish once before.

Current standing in the Men's annual points competition:
Darren LOWE (Unattached) 2939 pts.
Chris WHITTY (Unattached) 2905 pts.
Donald BODE (Unattached) 2867 pts.

Female placings:
Meredith WATKINS (VW35-39) (Unattached) was first (5th overall) over the line in 21:33 - 7th time in 18 appearances.
Kaya LAIRD (VW45-49) (Unattached) was second (10th overall) over the line in 22:40 - has been first to finish on 38 previous occasions.
Kristine TRACEY (VW50-54) (Unattached) was third (13th overall) over the line in 24:06.

Current standing in the Women's annual points competition:
Kelly NETTLE (Unattached) 2567 pts.
Kaya LAIRD (Unattached) 2553 pts.
Janelle GALLWEY (Unattached) 2457 pts.

The following runners recorded the best Age Grade scores:
Simon O'REGAN (VM40-44) was graded 78.03% for the time 17:45 (first overall).
Chris WHITTY (VM50-54) was graded 70.46% for the time 20:56 (second overall).
Kristine TRACEY (VW50-54) was graded 70.40% for the time 24:06 (13th overall).

This week there were 96 runners, of whom 9 were first timers and 7 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 3 different athletics clubs took part.
Riverway parkrun started on 30th March 2013, and since then 1,803 different runners, including participants from 66 athletics clubs, have completed 11,385 runs covering a total distance of 56,925 km, and there have been 2,283 new Personal Bests.
The female record is held by Rachel EFFENEY who ran in a time of 00:19:01 on 2015-06-06 (event number 112).
The male record is held by Samuel MURPHY who ran in a time of 00:16:23 on 2015-02-14 (event number 97).
The Age Grade course record is held by Viv SCANDLYN who recorded a 83.99% run (21:33) on 31st May 2014 (event number 61).

Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Riverway parkrun Results Page.

Official Club List

Club Members

50 Clubbers

Donald BODE, Adam BOON, Nicole BOON, Craig CALLENDER, Kim CHASE, Damian COE, Gary ENGEL, Loryn GREEN, Mark GRIEVE,  Holger HILDERBRANDT, Damien HOLDEN, Ross JOHNSTON, Karen KING, Kaya LAIRD, Chris LAUREN, Daniel LETT, Rachel LIND, Darren LOWE, Andrew MAGNER, Toney MAGNER, Timothy MCKEAN, Fiona MINTERN, Kelly NETTLE, Margaret O'KEEFE, Patrick PEACOCK, Katie RODGERS, Keith SCANDLYN, Viv SCANDLYN, Kristine TRACEY, Chris WHITTY, Leanne WHITTY, Brad WILTON,
Well done to all of our 50 Club members!!!

100 Clubbers

Adam BOON, Kaya LAIRD, Andrew MAGNER, Toney MAGNER
100 parkruns and still going!

Juniors Club

Blaire BODE, Keenan BOTHA, Lincoln BOON, Connor BYRNE, Connor DEPOLD, Robbie FINMORE, Samuel LEWIS, Ebony MURAKAMI, Levi MURAKAMI, Taleisha PERFECT, Eli RODEN, Sam TEUNISSE, Wouter TEUNISSE, Liam TURLEY, Jess VAMPLEW, Benjamin WILLIAMSON, Bronte WILLIAMSON,

 

Run Report for Event number 135 :: 14th November 2015

Things are heating up around here and it's not just due to all our good looking runners. Great to see the humidity and heat isn't keeping you away but please remember to stay hydrated.

Thank you to our volunteers today - you guys are awesome.

We are missing tokens 101, 51 and 78. If you have accidentally snuck home with these, please, please return them ASAP. Things can get confusing without a full set of finishing tokens.

Remember, our little Christmas party will be held on 5th December at Riverway Tavern. Please let us know if you would like to help out.

We hope to see you all next weekend.

Nico

 

Weather

Clear (26.75 degrees celcius, humidity 0.7)

Volunteers

Alice OH  •  Brad ALLAWAY  •  Craig CALLANDER  •  Michelle WILLIAMSON  •  Nicole BOON  •  Patrick PEACOCK

New Club Members

Toney MAGNER - 100 runs, 98 at Riverway, VM50-54, PB 22:29

Liam TURLEY - 10 runs, 10 at Riverway, JM11-14, PB 33:06

Male placings:

Gerry MAGUIRE (VM50-54) (Unattached) was first over the line in 20:34 - third time in 7 appearances.
Chris WHITTY (VM50-54) (Unattached) was second over the line in 20:50 - has been first to finish on 2 previous occasions.
Garry ALSTON (VM50-54) (Unattached) was third over the line in 21:15.

Current standing in the Men's annual points competition:

Darren LOWE (Unattached) 2756 pts.
Chris WHITTY (Unattached) 2708 pts.
Donald BODE (Unattached) 2675 pts.

Female placings:

Meredith WATKINS (VW35-39) (Unattached) was first (8th overall) over the line in 22:25 - 5th time in 16 appearances.
Lisa BUDD (SW20-24) (Unattached) was second (13th overall) over the line in 23:48.
Bella MARQUEZ (JW10) (Unattached) was third (15th overall) over the line in 24:14.

Current standing in the Women's annual points competition:

Kelly NETTLE (Unattached) 2380 pts.
Kaya LAIRD (Unattached) 2354 pts.
Janelle GALLWEY (Unattached) 2301 pts.

The following runners recorded the best Age Grade scores:

William CAULFIELD (VM75-79) was graded 73.38% for the time 26:48 (28th overall).
Bella MARQUEZ (JW10) was graded 72.42% for the time 24:14 (15th overall).
Gerry MAGUIRE (VM50-54) was graded 71.72% for the time 20:34 (first overall).

This week there were 116 runners, of whom 11 were first timers and 16 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 4 different athletics clubs took part.

Riverway parkrun started on 30th March 2013, and since then 1,790 different runners, including participants from 65 athletics clubs, have completed 11,186 runs covering a total distance of 55,930 km, and there have been 2,255 new Personal Bests.

The female record is held by Rachel EFFENEY who ran in a time of 00:19:01 on 2015-06-06 (event number 112).
The male record is held by Samuel MURPHY who ran in a time of 00:16:23 on 2015-02-14 (event number 97).
The Age Grade course record is held by Viv SCANDLYN who recorded a 83.99% run (21:33) on 31st May 2014 (event number 61).

Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Riverway parkrun Results Page.

Congratulations on your PB's

Anne WILLIAMS
David TWIVEY
Eleanor PARDOE
Elsa CLARKE
Heath CONNOLLY
Isla PARKER
Josh MARQUEZ
Joshau KELLY
Katie MORRISON
Lisa BUDD
Macgregor REID
Nicola HITCHCOCK
Richard PEACHEY
Sheri TELFORD
Sienna PARKER
Will PARTRIDGE

Anniversary Date

Next Anniversary - 26th March 2016

Event Team

  • Event Directors - Tracey Cullen & Rachel Lind
  • Run Directors - Nicole Boon, Damien Coe, Tim McKean, Patrick Peacock & Kristine Tracey
 

Riverway parkrun #61

 

This week at Riverway parkrun: social media madness, an unofficial course record, a new age-grade record, the "filthy fifty" & junior10s, and all quiet on the scanning front.

 

We may have got a little bit big for our boots at Riverway in recent weeks because today we found ourselves uttering the words: "it was a bit quiet this week, with just 89 runners" [plus tail-runner makes 90!]. A few months ago "just 89" runners would have been up there as a record attendance, but with the last 4 events before this week seeing the #100 token and beyond being passed out it's become easy to forget just how much, and how fast, we've grown!

Quite a few of you were taking today out to prepare for the 6 and 12km events at Run Townsville tomorrow, if you're not already registered then there's still time to take part - there will be last minute rego until 6:55am tomorrow! We're also wishing "good luck!" to Run Director Kristine Tracey and regular volunteer Fiona Murakami who are both taking part in the Mackay Marina Run tomorrow!

We finally saw two of our regular parkrunners reach the coveted "50 parkruns" mark after today's run. Congratulations Kaya Laird and Andy Magner! Make sure you order your special "50-club" red-shirts, HQ have just had a big delivery of them so hopefully you won't have to wait too long to receive them! Now to start working towards 100! We also had a new member of the "Junior 10" club: Levi Murakami reached the 10-parkruns milestone last week (and was back for more today, in fact he even PB'd!). Levi deserves a special mention here, this young lad is one of the Townsville Bulletin's "Chosen Ones" for the Townsville Running Festival and is raising money for Ronald McDonald House. At age 8, Levi has already faced challenges in his life that most of us hope to never meet, having had treatment for an aggressive tumour just a year ago. Read more about his story in his words (and his mum's) at his blog. Keep up the good work, Levi!


Great job, Levi!

As volunteers occasionally we have the odd hiccup with times and results. Today we had a bit of a panic (and I think we worried a few of the regulars too!) when it appeared the barcode scanner wasn't picking up barcodes. Turns out it had accidentally been muted, so although it was scanning perfectly it just wasn't giving the old reassuring "doob-ee-doop". Thanks for bearing with us those of you who might have been worried that they weren't going to get their results! You'll be glad to see they all went through! Thankfully most issues we've encountered at parkrun are easily remedied and the more we come across the better we're able to solve most problems! So don't be put off by the equipment looking complicated (it's not) - we rely on our volunteers to keep parkrun going - if you can fill any of the gaps in the upcoming roster please e-mail or Facebook us!

 

Volunteer heroes: Fiona Mintern, Karen King, Vicky Windsor & Katie Rodgers

Back to the field: Tyson Burns flew across the line in 17:29 today marking an (unofficial) new course record in his first appearance at Riverway. Technically the current course record of 17:25 set by Jake Vockins last year still stands, but as we have since significantly changed the route we think Tyson still deserves recognition as the record-holder for the current route! You'll just have to come back and shave off those 4 seconds Tyson to make it official! Well done! We saw 27 new personal bests today, including first lady Viv Scandlyn who also set a new age grade record of 83.99% (she also held the previous one!).

 
Tyson cruising over the line

Thanks everyone for coming along, and of course to our volunteers who made today happen: Beth TWIVEY  •  Fiona MINTERN  •  Fiona MURAKAMI  •  Karen KING  •  Katie RODGERS  •  Patrick PEACOCK  •  Rachel LIND  •  Vicky WINDSOR. Thanks also to Sandra & Dave Lamari from Choice Finance Townsville for sponsoring coffees for our helper-heroes.

Finally, although we've been active on Facebook since our inception, we're now spreading our social media wings properly on Twitter and Instagram. You can follow us using the handle @riverwayparkrun on both. Also if you have photos you've taken at Riverway parkrun please hashtag #riverwayparkrun if you're posting them on Instagram so that we can enjoy them too!

See you all next week!

Rachel Lind
co-Event Director
Riverway parkrun

 

Riverway parkrun #58

Run report for 10th May 2014

This week at Riverway parkrun we saw special guests, a feature in Townsville's new webzine, hitting the 100 mark again and more PBs all round.

We make no secret here at Riverway about how much we love meeting parkrunners visiting from other locations, or "parkrun tourists". This week we had the absolute pleasure of hosting two very special guests who jointly hold the record for the greatest number of different parkrun events in Australia attended: Alan and Róisín Burrell. With Riverway making it 37 events apiece it's no wonder that it's been a couple of months since they've been to their home event of Wynnum, QLD. You may be familiar with Alan's alter-ego "The Prof" and his role of providing the weekly statistics for parkrun Australia and The parkrun Show, Australia. We were all delighted to meet them both and hope they come back for another visit before too long! If you're ever away from home over a weekend why not check to see if there's a parkrun nearby? Your barcode allows you to run any parkrun, anywhere in the world!

Riverway meets The Prof: Karen McCabe, Tracey Cullen, Róisín Burrell, Alan Burrell, Rachel Lind & Tim McKean

 

We were lucky enough to have Katrina Youngman from TheGo Townsville on photographer duty this week, not only taking photos for our Facebook page but also to go with the article on Riverway parkrun that's being featured on TheGo, Townsville's new web-zine and active community. This is a great place to find out what is going on, new ideas for ways to get active and other helpful advice like choosing a good physiotherapist. There are also some pretty inspiring interviews from local athletes on there too! Check it out!

Last week one of our regular first finishers, Shane Lewis, offered to slow down enough to help pace one lucky runner. First off the mark to snap up the offer was Sandra Lamari, who wanted to try and get her PB down into the 28 minute region. With a bit of one-on-one pacing and advice from Shane she took a full 35 seconds off her previous PB and crossed the line in 28:37! She said afterwards:

"I would like to give a huge THANK YOU to Shane Lewis for helping me pace out for my 28.37 minute personal best run this morning. I really appreciate your generosity, and I am grateful that you didn't leave me behind a few times! I did make it, my legs felt like jelly and my lungs were burning (I didn't spew, so I probably wasn't trying hard enough .)"

Well done Sandra! Great job! And thank you Shane for being our first official pacer!

Sandra "on struggle street" approaching the finish

Another PB was gained by Connor Byrne, son of our co-Event Director Tracey Cullen, who got his first sub-25min parkrun! Connor caught up with me about halfway around the course and neither of us wanted the other to pull ahead after that! (So I got a sub-25 out of it too!) A great job and great progress made since his first parkrun at Riverway's launch in March 2013 where he couldn't yet run without stopping to walk. Good on ya mate!

This week we had yet another 100+ run with 113 of you crossing the finish line. As our event grows it makes filling all of our volunteer roles even more important. Thank you to those who made this week possible: Cam LAIRD  •  Daniel NOGUEIRA  •  Karen Alicia MCCABE  •  Karen FISHER  •  Katrina YOUNGMAN  •  Rejane PEREIRA  •  Shane LEWIS  •  Tracey CULLEN  •  Vicky WINDSOR

If you haven't volunteered yet, have a look at the roster for the next few weeks here, and see if there's a role you could help with. All volunteer roles are very simple and there is always a Run Director available to answer any questions. If you can help out please message us on the Facebook page or e-mail riverwayhelpers@parkrun.com

See you all next weekend!

Rachel Lind
co-Event Director
Riverway parkrun

 

Stats

Men's placings:
Jon-Paul HARVEY (SM20-24) (Unattached) was first over the line in 20:06 - first appearance.
Ryan SHAW (SM30-34) (Unattached) was second over the line in 20:15 - has been first to finish on 3 previous occasions.
Chris BOYLE (SM30-34) (Unattached) was third over the line in 20:38.

Current standing in the Men's annual points competition:
Chris BOYLE (Unattached) 576 pts.
Andrew Damien MAGNER (Unattached) 540 pts.
Ross JOHNSTON (Unattached) 507 pts.

Women's placings:
Kaya LAIRD (VW40-44) (Unattached) was first (10th overall) over the line in 22:36 - 21st time in 46 appearances.
Karen KING (VW45-49) (Unattached) was second (14th overall) over the line in 23:51 - has been first to finish on 3 previous occasions.
Rachel LIND (SW25-29) (Unattached) was third (19th overall) over the line in 24:36 - was first to finish once before.

Current standing in the Women's annual points competition:
Kaya LAIRD (Unattached) 595 pts.
Karen KING (Unattached) 583 pts.
Rachel LIND (Unattached) 576 pts.

The following runners recorded the best Age Grade scores:
Kaya LAIRD (VW40-44) was graded 69.10% for the time 22:36 (10th overall).
Karen KING (VW45-49) was graded 67.92% for the time 23:51 (14th overall).
Jason WOODFORTH (VM40-44) was graded 66.83% for the time 20:54 (4th overall).

This week there were 113 runners, of whom 17 were first timers and 42 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 3 different athletics clubs took part.

Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Riverway parkrun Results Page.

 

Riverway parkrun #57

Brrrrrr! The long summer is winding its way to an end and we were definitely feeling a bit of a chill in the air this morning at Riverway. Jumper weather for a couple of our volunteers who were stood still for much of the hour but excellent running weather by the looks of all of those PBs you guys were knocking out. We had 104 runners cross the line today (proving it doesn't need to be our birthday to inch over the magic 100 mark!) including at least 22 first timers and 28 of you scored PBs! One of those wiping the floor with his previous personal best was Max Sainty, who has scrubbed a fantastic 14 minutes off in just 4 parkruns and completed the 5km in under an hour today, phenomenal work Max! Another notable PB was first past the post, Shane Lewis, who shaved 33 seconds off his previous best crossing the line in a time of 19:17, worthy of The Flash!

 

Max crossing the line at 58:02

Shane has very kindly offered to run as a pacer next week (at a slower pace than his usual warp speed) for anyone with PB of 21:30 or slower who might be interested. If you are becoming frustrated, having difficulty running an even race and haven't achieved a PB in a while then this could be a great opportunity from one of our best runners! First in, best dressed. See Facebook for more details.

We had a few visitors from far and wide today, including Mark & Sharon Foster from Ramsgate, UK (Margate and Pegwell Bay parkruns).

Mark & Sharon from the UK, we love our parkrun visitors at Riverway!

A big thank you to all of our volunteers who helped today run like a well-oiled machine, you were all great: Tracey Cullen, Alana Edwards, Cam & Kaya Laird, Linda Mitchell, Fiona Murakami, Krystal Pearson & Claire Twivey. We were sad to hear that North Shore parkrun had to be cancelled due to lack of names on their volunteer roster. We hope this never happens at Riverway and the only way it won't is if you don't let it! Our roster for the next few weeks can be found here. Please have a look and see if you would be free to put your name down to do any of the roles, they are all super easy and we give full training! E-mail us at riverwayhelpers@parkrun.com or message us on Facebook.

Have a fantastic weekend, see you all next week - don't forget your barcodes!

Rachel Lind
co-Event Director
Riverway parkrun

 

 

Riverway event #53 – 1st Anniversary

 

Happy birthday to you,
Happy birthday to you,
Happy birthday Riverway parkrun,
Happy birthday to you!

First birthday, new course, first group warm-up, first parkrun sausage sizzle, first time we hit the 100 mark, wow! Riverway, what a great morning we had on Saturday with you all!

 
Best view in the house!

124 runners pounded the pavement at Riverway park, absolutely smashing our goal of reaching 100 runners for the first time, sorry Cairns! (We've had a little competition going with our northern neighbours to see who would reach 100 first!) There were so many of you and yet in our new, roomy spot beside Tony Ireland Stadium it didn't feel overly busy! It was great to welcome Tanya aka "Coach Carter" to lead us in a group warm-up to get the blood moving in our legs. We hope she comes back again some time for some more! Ryan Shaw and Briony Nicholls were first male and female across the line, both of them setting new PBs, well done guys! In fact 20 of you set new PBs on the new course! On top of this 27 out of 124 runners were new to parkrun! You can now officially call yourselves parkrunners!

 
Runner no. 100!

Many people commented on the humidity and it was certainly one of the sweatiest runs we've had yet, clearly Townsville wasn't aware that summer is supposed to be on its way out. Well done to all of you for battling through the soupy air to complete your 5km when you could have just as easily stayed in bed with the A/C on 'high'. Don't forget to keep yourself well hydrated, especially when conditions are sticky and hot.

We originally thought launching the new course on our birthday was a GREAT idea, although it could all have gone horribly wrong! Thankfully the new course was far more confusing to explain than actually run, although there were a few hiccups here and there particularly at the junction at our old meeting spot which we will try and address with additional signage next week. We will also make the finishing funnel clearer, a few of you seemed to want to keep on running on the path beyond the flags! Overall we were pleased with how the new course went, what did you guys think?


Coach Carter Fitness Crew do parkrun

It was great to see a few of you hang back and enjoy the sausage sizzle and cake, including the "best dressed parkrun dog"! All of us at the Riverway parkrun team love the social benefits that have come with parkrun, there have definitely been some awesome friendships forged in the last 12 months. We're hoping that with our closer proximity to C-Bar that we can introduce more of a social, post-run coffee aspect to Riverway parkrun from now on. There might be the possibility of future post-run BBQs too if the demand (and supply!) was there! So please do hang around afterwards if you've got time to spare and join us for a yarn and a cuppa!

Every parkrun has a points competition that resets at the anniversary of that event. Each week first male and female over the line receive 100 points, the second 99 etc etc. In addition to this for the first 3 times you volunteer you receive 100 points each time. This year the winners were:
Male
1st - Andrew Magner with 4089 points
2nd - Daniel Lett with 3570 points
3rd - Damien Coe with 3395 points
Female
1st - Kaya Laird with 4241 points
2nd - Karen King with 3625 points
3rd - Fiona Mintern with 3015 points
Congratulations all of you! Prizes will be awarded next week, and also medals for those who missed receiving theirs on Saturday (Karen and Fiona). Now to start accumulating the points for next year! The field's wide open!

 
Still smiling!

We have several "thank you"s, apologies if I miss anyone:

  • parkrun and its sponsors Adidas, Stockland, Suncorp particularly Tim Oberg for all of his help in setting up our event and fielding constant questions and queries throughout the year.
  • The staff at Tony Ireland Stadium and the Riverway complex for letting us have our event in their beautiful surrounds
  • Bunnings Warehouse for donating our market gazebo to keep us shady and dry in all weather conditions
  • Woolworths Rasmussen, and Kaya Laird for the barbecue food donations
  • Sandra Lamari (on behalf of Choice Finance) & Riversea Kayaking for prize donations for the annual points competition
  • Tanya Carter from Coach Carter Fitness for our group warm up
  • Volunteers: Jacques BECKERS  •  Keith SCANDLYN  •  Linda MITCHELL  •   Nicole WEBB  •  Raphael STONEHAM  •    Viv SCANDLYN  •  Xavier MITCHELL, as always we cannot put on our event every week without your help and on Saturday you helped to keep things running smoothly!
  • Trevor Lee for taking some beautiful photographs of all of our runners
  • Tanya Thorley and Run Director Nicole Boon for the beautiful "barcode" birthday cakes and Nicole also for her instrumental role in behind the scenes organisational skills (super mum!)
  • All the other Run Directors Tim, Hans, Krissie & Paddy for all the work behind the scenes organising food and rallying volunteers each week.
  • Tracey Cullen, our Event Director #1, who made Riverway parkrun a reality and gives up a lot of her time unseen to deal with all of the boring things that must be dealt with to keep parkrun going in Townsville (think council permits, insurance etc etc) and Rachel Lind who is still learning the Event Director #2 ropes

 
Sprint finish!

Most importantly: Thank you to all of you for turning up each week to run or volunteer!
The roster is good for next Saturday but the weeks after (12th April onwards) are blank slates! If you can spare the time, we need you! Either message the Facebook Page or e-mail riverwayhelpers@parkrun.com

Here's to another year ahead of us at Riverway parkrun! A great way to spend your Saturday morning!

Rachel Lind
Co-event director
Riverway parkrun

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