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Hayle Runners 2023 award winners

On the 17th December the club held our Annual Christmas Party and Awards at the Penventon Hotel in Redruth.

We’ve had a great year as a club and with the nominations and votes system in place the awards panel were happy to see that we received over 350 nominations for over 80 club members.

We weren’t just looking at athletic ability, but also members that had gone the extra mile this year. Everything from volunteering for the club, to supporting other members, to the volume of cheering at finish lines to recruiting new members, the following winners are all perfect role models for the club.

The following members were presented with awards:

Female Runner of the Year: Emma Paull
Male Runner of the Year: Jacob Gardner
Female Multi-Terrain Runner of the Year: Kelly Bills
Male Multi-Terrain Runner of the Year: Jon Eldon
Female Improver of the Year: Claire Stone
Male Improver of the Year: Peter Barnes
Junior of the Year: Beth Elkin
Veterans Cup: Andrea Simmons
Coach of the Year: Melodie Manners
Club Member of the Year: Hels Cattran-Dunlop
Volunteer of the Year: Nicola Masters
Captains Cup: Kirsty Medlock
Keep on Running Award: Rachael Naylor
Injury Bear: Michelle Roskilly
Achievements in Racing (setting a new club HM record): Jordan Morant
Achievements in Ultra-Running: Neil Hayhurst
Achievements in Ultra-Running: Melissa Nicholas
Achievements in Ultra-Running: Steve Fuller
Club Ambassador: Jennie Wren
Green Army Award: Diane Warren
Friendliest Friendly: Jim Gore
Best Newcomer Award: Dominic Turton
Best Fancy Dress at the Malcolm Date Challenge: Dan Hocking
Malcolm Date Challenge CupRobert Bolitho
Tony Curtis Cup (biggest Mob Match improvement): Robert Bolitho

“Hayle Runners have had a great year, and seeing the club band together in competitive spirit has been glorious. Every single award winner this year is a credit to our club and role models for all runners. The Hayle Runners committee and myself are so very proud of each and every one of them. Members are already eyeing up trophies for next year, so I’m personally looking forward to an exciting 2024.”

Richard Collett
Club Chairman