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Date Event
01/06/17 Warwickshire Road Race League
After 5 races Louise Myers is placed 6th in the Senior Women's table. Tommy Dempsey and Rich Cawley are 3rd and 4th respectively in the MV35 category.
In the team results Northbrook men and Northbrook women are both placed 5th.
03/05/17 Summer Handicap
There was another big turnout for the second race of the series on 3 May with 78 members and guests taking part. 
In his debut handicap appearance Rory McPheators stormed round the 5km course in 16m29s, but first home was Emma Boyle who gained maximum points and has now moved to the the top of the women's table.
Now firmly on the comeback trail, senior Vet and Club President Tony French was second home, but Nigel McCann in 17th place on the night has taken over at the top of the mens' table.
Amanda Deavy maintains good form, finishing just 3 seconds off her record time for this course set in April.

05/04/17 Summer Handicap
The first race of the 2017 series on 5 April saw a record turnout of 83 members and guests competing over the 5km course. 
First home in the opening race was Catherine Plunkett followed by Nigel McCann, finishing in 2nd place. Both were beaten to the tops of their tables by Amanda Deavy and Paul Robbins who each gained an extra 5 PB bonus points. The next race is on Wednesday 3 May.

11/02/17 Northbrook Stay up in Birmingham League Division 2
Going into the final race of the series on 11 February with a home fixture at Coundon Hall Park, the men were 884 points and 4 teams away from the relegation zone so were looking to keep their place in Division 2 going into the next series.
The club's course setter Tony French had designed a new course for Race 4 that includes some new features as well as retaining the old favourites.
Despite the snow wind and rain, Northbrook Men came in 14th on the day to finish 12th overall in the series. The Men's B Team finished 7th on the day for an overall 7th series place.
In the women's race, another great performance was put in by the team at Warwick University. Amanda Deavy returned for her first race in over three months and put in a storming performance. The combined effort led to the masters' team finishing first on the day and second in the season. An astounding performance by every runner across the four league games resulted in the ladies finishing in 4th position overall, cruelly missing out on promotion by just 11 points.