It’s no wonder Calder Valley’s juniors continue to go from strength to strength with such local stars to inspire them. With the help of enterprising CVFR lads and dads have enjoyed running safely once local restrictions eased.
Ben Cliff, a CVFR stalwart said: ‘Once lockdown lifted to run together, Ted Parker, Joe Stone and Harry Cliff have been running together with their dad’s weekly where possible. Many runs were new routes to the lads as we explored new areas for the juniors such as High Brown Knoll and Lumb falls, Jumble Hole and Norland Moor. The runs were great as the lads got out and chatted about playing fortnite whilst all the dads shared war stories about home schooling. Most runs included a rope swing where possible!
Not to be outdone, Calder’s younger junior girls also got in on the action with Georgie Illstone, Ishbel Symington and Lottie Cliffe completing some epic river ‘runs’ including up Colden clough. The future is definitely bright…
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In the Centre Vale Park Run this Saturday, it was also another great set of results for the CVFR juniors, with Charlie Pickens, Tom Owens, Thomas McKee & Oliver Pickens running strongly again to take 6th, 8th, 13th & 17th overall, plus first, second, third & fourth. respectively in the 11-14-year-old age category. The race organisers had chosen to focus on women for international women’s day – who make up nearly half of all park run competitors – & correspondingly under 10 runner Clara McKee finished first girl & indeed woman again in 15th place overall
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