North Downs Run 2019


James Mason was sixth and John Witton 10th and third M40 at the North Downs Run on 30th June. The SAC results were:

# Name Club Gen Cat Pace Cat Gen All Net/Gun
77 james mason Sevenoaks AC M 4:16 6 6 6 02:08:23/02:08:26
588 john witton Sevenoaks AC M 4:24 3 10 10 02:12:21/02:12:24
496 michael lochead Sevenoaks AC M 5:04 24 50 55 02:32:19/02:32:28
136 heather fitzmaurice Sevenoaks AC F 5:21 5 11 98 02:40:50/02:40:59
587 daniel witt Sevenoaks AC M 6:15 68 182 227 03:07:40/03:07:49
137 james fitzmaurice Sevenoaks AC M 8:27 8 327 487 04:13:22/04:13:30

 The full results are here.

SCVAC T&F 31 May 2019


Sevenoaks AC's women achieved their best performance to date as Sylvia Lewis, Lesley Knight, Bet Benn, Jo Young, Anna Humphrey-Taylor and Pauline Dalton secured points at Tonbridge track on 31 May. The club finished third on the day after both Bet and team captain Sylvia competed in four separate events and Pauline kept her powder dry for an emphatic win in the W50 1500m. Despite the excellent showing at Tonbridge, the women stay 5th in the division after three matches.

In the men's match, Graham Dwyer, Geoffrey Kitchener, Rob Peers, Dan Witt, Neil Haggertay, Duncan Cochrane, and Andrew Simpson combined to repeat the team's fourth place as in the first two matches. Possibly the stand-out performance was from M45 Graham who was second in the M35 high jump despite tackling four events in all. The SAC team remains in fourth place in the series.

The results are here. The next match is on Monday 10 June at Gillingham. Interested SAC members please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Medway 10k 2019


Heather Fitzmaurice was third woman and second W45 as four SAC runners tackled the Medway 10k at Medway Park Gillingham on 2nd June. James Graham was first M65 as Nick Humphrey-Taylor led the team home well under 40 minutes in 18th place. The Sevenoaks AC results were:

 The full results are here.

SAC Handicap 2 June 2019

Andrew Wins

Andrew Mead won the sixth handicap of the year in the fastest time of the day and now has an unimprovable score after four wins in the series. The details are here.