Senior Annual Awards

All members are encouraged to make recommendations for the following awards. The nominations and winners are decided by a sub-committee of the Secretary, Captains and Team Managers.

Coast to Coast Pebble Trophy

Awarded for the Outstanding Ladies’ Performance of the year. Age or ability is not taken into account, and only single performances are considered. The 2016 winner is Laura Hesketh for 1st place at the Wesham 10k in a time of 36:37.

Stephen Brady Memorial Trophy

Awarded for the Outstanding Men’s Performance of the year. Age or ability is not taken into account, and only single performances are considered. The 2016 winner is Christopher Holdsworth for 14th place at the Edinburgh Marathon in a time of 2:37:11.

Judith Taylor Memorial Cup
Awarded for the Outstanding Ladies’ over 50 Performance of the year. Account is taken of age but not ability, and only single performances are considered. The 2016 winner is Marion Wilkinson for 1st LV75 at the Ribble Valley 10k in a time of 1:00:48.

Masters’ Trophy
Awarded for the Outstanding Men’s over 50 Performance of the year. Account is taken of age but not ability, and only single performances are considered. The 2016 winner is John Hartley for 1st V55 at the Manchester Marathon in a  time of 2:56:02.

Captains’ Award
Awarded to the Most Promising Newcomer. Members aged at least 18 who have joined the club in the last two years are eligible for this award. Account is taken of age. The 2016 winner is Chris Snell.

J.H. Barry Trophy

Awarded to the Most Improved Runner aged at least 18 who has been a member for at least two years. Account is taken of age. The 2016 winner is Matthew Duckworth.