About Us

Beverley Athletic Club has a short history dating back to February 1993. The club came about when newcomer to the area and keen runner, Peter Brown, suggested to the Leisure centre manager at the time, John Taylor, that in view of the number of people running around Beverley on their own there may be enough interest to form a running group at the leisure centre.

Mr Taylor paid for an advertisement to appear in the Beverley Advertiser inviting interested parties to attend a meeting at the leisure centre. As a result of 15 people attending the meeting and expressing an interest it was decided to trial group runs on a Wednesday evening. Despite attendance figures of less than half a dozen in the early weeks, numbers slowly picked up and a decision was taken to become an affiliated athletics club.

Since then annual membership figures have risen each year, topping 100 for the first time on 12th January 2000. Currently membership stands at approximately 180 and has also extended to a thriving and successful juniors club of approximately 30.

Welcome to our Website

Welcome to Beverley Athletic Club, established in 1993.

We are a friendly running club interested primarily in road and cross country running.  We welcome runners of all abilities, shapes, sizes and ages!

We meet on Wednesdays at the Beverley Leisure centre at 6:30pm and we also have other sessions on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursday available to compliment any training programme.  If you are new to running, come and take those first steps with us, where you will be in safe hands.

We also have a very enthusiastic junior club for members over 9 years old.  The junior club meet on Wednesday evenings at 6pm at Beverley Leisure centre.

Please see our Training Sessions section lower down/on the Calendar page for further detail of what we offer and where.

Notices & Events

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Beaver Trail 17th November 2019 10:00am start

Now in its 21st year, Beverley Athletic Club once again extends the hand of friendship to all local running clubs and friends to join us for this years Beaver Trail run or walk.  Free soup and roll afterwards at the Leisure Centre.  Last year 170 people joined us and we enjoyed a beautiful autumn day, will we be that lucky again?

The route was founded by Beverley AC in November 1998, 21 years ago, and since then we have celebrated the route in an annual event by inviting anyone to run or walk a distance of their choice.  The trail follows a picturesque cross-country “off road” route.

Choice of 5, 10, 13 and 15.2 mile routes.  GPX files can be found on PlotARoute.com, or through our website.  Please see the route details on Beverley AC website under the ‘Training section’.  For all these GPX files, route descriptions and maps click here.  If you are not familiar with the intended route please download a map and study it in advance.  Maps will be available on the day.  Please dress appropriately for the weather.

Meet at the Beverley Leisure Complex  for a 10am start.

Toilet, shower and changing facilities available.  Pay £1.40p at reception.  Lockers are available but please bring along your own padlock.

Cycle Nights: Start 6:30pm 4th April, every Thursday.

*  Cycle nights are back! Time to dust off that bike that’s been stuck in the shed over winter.
*  Starting Thursday, 4th April, setting off from the leisure centre at 6:30pm and every Thursday thereafter, weather permitting.
*  Everyone is welcome, stipulations are – bike must be roadworthy; lights, hi-viz and helmets must be worn; and you must be familiar with the highway code.
*  First ride out will be flattish and around 20 ish miles; just to get the legs turning before we hit the hills later in the season. Great social activity and the bonus is that we finish at the Tiger Inn, Beverley for refreshments!

Wolds Way Relay Challenge 2018

There are already cries for another event of the same ilk….and a winter version of it too!  80 runners took on the challenging 79 mile, 8307 feet route, with the added “benefit” of a gorgeous sun beating down, navigating the mileage and elevation profile to be rewarded at the finish line by a crate of Wold Top Wolds Way beer.  All the participants also earned a commemorative limited edition WWRC bracelet and the respect of their supporters and fellow team runners.

Teams competed from East Hull Harriers, Beverley AC and friends, Driffield Striders, Barton and District AC and Caistor Running Club with all clubs finishing inside the projected finishing times.

The event raised vital funds for National Trails so that beautiful routes like the Wolds Way remain accessible to all.

Many thanks to Andy Tate, Beverley AC club president, and Jayne Dale, club stalwart, for organising the event which was a huge success and an example of excellent camaraderie.

1st team – East Hull Harriers all male team came home first in a time of 10 hours and 14 minutes.
2nd team – Beverley and friends 10 hours 55.
5th team – Beverley All Stars 11 minutes 42.

  East Hull Harriers all male team take the first finishers spot and hold the John Baker Shield.

 Commemorative bracelet

 Beverley and friends team finish in 2nd place.

  Some of Andy Johnson’s 1414 of incline (and every team member’s number 1 supporter!)

 Beverley All Stars hand over Leg 2 (Andy) to Leg 3 (Jayne).

  Beverley All Starts final leg finisher, Nicole Dawson, in 11 hours and 42 minutes.

Many thanks to organisers, runners and supporters, without you all there would have been no event.

High Praise for Beverley AC from Archbishop

At Beverley AC this year we were lucky enough to be supported by Archbishop Dr John Sentamu, who included a visit to our B&A Scaffolding Fun Run and Pittaway Beverley 10k as part of his mission to Beverley.  He was delighted to be such an active part in proceedings and was very impressed by everyone’s efforts.  Well done Fun Runners and 10k’ers alike who made that day so special for him.

Beverley Saints cycling group

Beverley Saints is a cycling group, originally established from runners of Beverley AC, but also includes friends and like minded people who enjoy the many health and social benefits by cycling on the many routes East Riding offers.
The group does not indulge in competitive events and is not affiliated to British cycling, but is simply an informal group with its own identity and customised kit.  We meet on Thursday evenings at 6.30pm from Beverley Leisure Complex (May – September) and generally cycle 20-25 miles with a pub stop at the end.  The group are also looking to arrange some Sunday morning rides in the winter (weather permitting!

If you are interested in joining us, please contact Andy Tate andytate@bevac.karoo.co.uk or Jayne Dale jaynedale94@gmail.com

15 mins of very local fame…

……Well actually closer to 18 minutes; obviously a slow sport news day.  Listen here to your Press Officer, Bruce Woodford, and your Secretary, Fiona Oakes, representing the cub on Beverley FM on Sat 26th August 2017 talking about all things running and what we get up to in the club!
  Watch on YouTube

Press Reports

 Couch to 5k completion press release
Walkington 10k press release July 2018
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icon-PDF-smallNovember 2017 press release – Beverley AC
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Club Diary of Events
Click on each event on the calendar to view its details.
Our Races

Beverley 10k

Pittaway Beverley 10k and B&A scaffolding fun run 2020!

We have already started receiving enquiries about our popular race for next year.  The 2020 event is booked for Sunday May the 10th, with the entries likely to go live on Saturday the 1st February 2020 at 12:00 mid day.

Our sponsors: Pittaway and B&A Scaffolding

We are proud to have our popular events sponsored by 2 local companies.
Pittaway are sponsoring our sell-out 10k race and B&A Scaffolding sponsor the fun run.
We are very grateful for their enthusiasm and support, without which these races would not happen.  See what these two companies can do for you here:
Pittaway painters and decorators and B&A scaffolding.  We hope that these are partnerships that will last many years.

Results: Pittaway Beverley 10k and B&A scaffolding fun run previous years.

Current 10k Course Records
Mens:  Andy Lyons (City of Hull AC) 30:17 – 1995
Ladies:  Lizzie Adams (Hallamshire Harriers) 34:54 – 2010
Equalled by Becky Rigby (Preston Harriers and AC) – 2018
Fun Run Results 2019
Pittaway Beverley 10k results 2019
 Beverley 10k 2018 Results
B&A scaff Bev Fun Run Results 2018 – Fun run results
 Final Bev Fun Run Results 17  – Fun Run Results
  Beverley 10k Results 2017
  Bev 10k Results 2016
icon-PDF-small Bev Fun Run Results 2016
icon-PDF-small Bev 10k Results 2015
icon-PDF-small Bev 10k Results 2014
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Walkington 10k

Results 2019

How did this years event go for you?  DId you have a brownie?  Or a scone?  Oh, and how did the 10k race go on this warm and humid night?!
Click here for the 10k results.
And view the fun run results here:   Fun Run Results 2019

Specsavers Walkington 10k and the Pig & Whistle Fun run 12th July – Entries open!

Missed out on Beverley?  Fancy a beautiful, challenging route around our picturesque Yorkshire Wolds?  The Specsavers Walkington 10k and the Pig & Whistle Fun run race will be on the evening of Friday the 12th July.  Don’t forget the ultimate draw for this race………..The well stocked Cake Stall!  Entries close Friday 5th July.

Enter the 10k here.  Why not get the kids involved and sign up to the fun run here.

Race information available here.  Don’t forget numbers will be given out in the night.
Walkington Pre Entry Race Information

Race Information

Race Listings

Club Duathlon 27th June 2019

It’s that time of year again to don the cycling shorts for the club Duathlon this year to be held on 27th June.  This 2 mile run, 10 mile cycle and 2 mile run is a great opportunity for a bit of cross training.  Food will be served at Lazaat afterwards.
Park at Half moon pub for 6:30 arrival, 6:35 briefing and 6:45 start.  No parking at Skidby Mill restaurant.
This year we are doing online entry here.  Entries £5, which pays for entry, chip timing and food.  Closing date for entries Thursday 20th June.  If you are part of a team, each person must enter, but let us know on the form if you are part of a team.  Any queries contact Andy Tate by emailing him here.
Duathlon 10 Miles cycle route 2019

Duathlon Route
Club Duathlon 27th June 2019

Race Results

Results: Pittaway Beverley 10k and B&A scaffolding fun run previous years.

Current 10k Course Records
Mens:  Andy Lyons (City of Hull AC) 30:17 – 1995
Ladies:  Lizzie Adams (Hallamshire Harriers) 34:54 – 2010
Equalled by Becky Rigby (Preston Harriers and AC) – 2018
Fun Run Results 2019
Pittaway Beverley 10k results 2019
 Beverley 10k 2018 Results
B&A scaff Bev Fun Run Results 2018 – Fun run results
 Final Bev Fun Run Results 17  – Fun Run Results
  Beverley 10k Results 2017
  Bev 10k Results 2016
icon-PDF-small Bev Fun Run Results 2016
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East Yorkshire Cross Country League

East Yorkshire Cross Country League

The East Yorkshire Cross Country League or EYCCL is a series of 6 races, run throughout the winter months from October to March.  Ten local clubs organise and compete in this league; Scarborough AC, Driffield Striders, Bridlington RR, City of Hull AC, Goole Vikings Striders, Pocklington Runners, Selby Striders, East Hull Harriers, Yorkshire Wolds Runners, and Beverley AC.
The league is primarily a team based competition, with the finishing positions of the first 3 runners to finish in the lady’s team and first 6 runners to finish in the men’s team being added together.  The team with the lowest score wins that race.  These results are accumulative over the season to determine the series winners.  These results are announced with a presentation taking place after the final race at Sewerby.
There are also individual prizes up for grabs in various age category’s using accumulative finishing positions over a number of the races.
The League is available to all first claim members and is free to enter as the club will pay your fee.  You can do as many or as few races as you like.  Just see Sam Allen to be registered and given a number. You then use this number for all the races as you just turn up on the day.  The races are great social events and runners of all levels are welcome.  Mud and hills are normally guaranteed so off road footwear is strongly advised.

Race Details: Race 3 in 2019/20 season Langdale End 8th Dec

Course Description (Refer to map below)

Approx 5.7 miles. The route will be well marked and marshalled.

The course is an ‘anti-clockwise Horse shoe’ that starts on open fields next to the River Derwent and proceeds North up the valley to cross the river near ‘Low North Park’
It then has a steep ascent all the way up through fields to the Trig point on Langdale Rigg End before a straight run South along the ridge.  It then descends sharply to open fields and finishes at the old cricket pitch at Howden Farm.

Start is reached by a 400m walk (can be muddy) on a public footpath North from Langdale Bridge.
START – Open Fields near River Derwent – Head North across open grassy fields to reach an old wooden style and gate. Hopefully, the gate will be open to avoid congestion. (Marshal)

The track narrows down to single file in places and continues to run North following the River Derwent.  Deep puddles and tree roots are common on this track.

After winding through the forest alongside the river a wooden footbridge is reached, turn left to cross it (can be slippy!) and then a marshalled river crossing (with rope).

A steep ascent follows up through forest to reach a gate onto open fields (marshal).

Continue to climb following the marked course to reach a flat grassy track (marshal).

Bear right along the track to reach the next turn (marshal).

Turn left to climb steadily uphill to the top of the field. Follow the marked path and continue to climb steeply up the right-hand edge of Langdale Rigg End.

The course will be marked, and a marshal will guide you to the trig point at the top.
From the trig point it is a straight run South, firstly through open fields, then over a style (marshal) and onto the straight well used track through the trees.
Continue southerly to another style and then straight across the open field, aiming for the distinctive gorse bushes at the far side.

Descend carefully down the ridge (can be slippery) and into open fields.
Bear right and follow the field edge for 100 metres and through a metal farm gate (marshal)
Bear left to skirt Howden Hill on your right and descend through the fields to the finish at the old Cricket pitch.

EYCCL race calendar season 2019/20

Confirmation of the dates and venues for the races making up the 2019/20 EYCCL.

Welton will be replaced this year with a new race at Wetwang.
• October 13th Bishop Wilton – hosted by Pocklington Runners.
• November 10th Drewton – hosted by Beverley AC.
• December 8th Langdale End – hosted by Scarborough AC.
• January 5th Sledmere – hosted by Driffield Striders.
• February 9th Wetwang – hosted by Yorkshire Wolds Runners.
• March 1st Sewerby followed by presentations – hosted by Bridlington Road Runners.

Start time for all the races is 10.00am EXCEPT Langdale End which is to be 10.30am.

Results: EYCCL Season 2017/18

After the forced cancellation of the final race at Sewerby, results have now been published which completes the 2017/18 EY Cross Country league.  Well done to everyone who braved some very extreme conditions this year.  And well done to our Beverley AC winners and placers.
EYCCL 2017-18 Results – Prize winners

City of Hull Champagne League

City of Hull Champagne League

City of Hull Champagne League is a league of 10 races using roads and tracks over the summer months from March to July.  It is hosted and organised by City of Hull Athletic Club but with competitors and marshalling support from other clubs, like Beverley AC!  All but the first race is handicapped.  Competitors who complete all 10 races and receive a limited edition souvenir.  For more details, rules and the points system please visit City of Hull’s website page here.

The results of each race, after being published by CoH, will also be available here.

Results 2019

Results C Lge 2019 PRIZE list

Race 10  Champagne League 2019 – Race 10 results
Race 9C Lge 2019 TEAM Results after race no9 (7 team races)
Race 9Champagne League 2019 yellow jersey after 9 races
Race 9 Champagne League 2019 – Race 9 handicap results
Race 9 Champagne League 2019 points after 9 races
Race 8  Analaysis of runner 1994 – 2019 Wauldby No of Runners
Race 8 Champagne League 2019 yellow jersey after 8 races
Race 8 Champagne League 2019 points after 8 races
Race 8C Lge 2019 TEAM Results after race no 8 (6 team races)
Race 7Champagne League 2019 Race 7 Kiplingcotes 5.2 miles result
Race 6  Yellow Jersey 2019 after six races (1)
Race 6  Champagne League 2019 points after 6 races
Race 6 Champagne League 2019 – Race 6 handicap result
Race 6  Team Results TEAM Results after race no 6 (4 team races)
Race 6 Champagne League Results 2019 – Race 6
Race 5 Handicap results after race 5
Race 5  Yellow Jersey 2019 after 5 races
Race 5TEAM Results after 3 races (race 5)
Race 5  Champagne League Results 2019 – Race 5 Nut Wood
Race 4  Champagne League Results 2019 – Race 4
Yellow Jersey so far  Yellow Jersey 2019 after three races
Race 3  Champagne League Results 2019 – Race 3
Race 2  Champagne League Results 2019 Race 2
Race 1  Champagne League Results 2019 Race 1

Champagne League 2019 Schedule and Entry form

Race Date & Start Time.   Start Location.   Approx Dist.   Registration

  1. 2 April 7.00pm  North Cave 4.0 miles  Church road, North Cave.
  2. 9 April 7.00pm  Beverley Westwood 3.7 miles  Newbald Road, Westwood, Beverley.
  3. 23 April 7.00pm  Elloughton Dale Road 4.7 miles  Bottom of Peggy Farrow track.
  4. 7 May 7.00pm  Brantingham TO Raywell 3.6 miles  Pond, Brantingham (FINISH is Raywell).
  5. 21 May 7.00pm   Wauldby Green 3.8 miles  Nut Wood, Raywell.
  6. 4 June 7.00pm  Kiplingcotes Crossroad 5.1 miles  Crossroads, Kiplingcotes.
  7. 18 Jun 7.00pm  *Kiplingcotes Crossroad 5.1 miles  Crossroads, Kiplingcotes.  (Staggered start)
  8. 2 July 6:30pm  **Wauldby Green 8.4 miles  Nut Wood, Raywell  (Staggered start)
  9. 16 July 7.00pm  Hessle Foreshore 4.0 miles  Car Park, behind Black Mill
  10. 30 July 7.00pm  Lockington 4.3 miles  Village Hall, Lockington

Entries must be submitted by 19th March 2019.
CL 2019 Entry Form Revised Dates 25 2 19 Master sheet

East Hull Harriers Summer League

East Hull Harriers Summer League

East Hull Harriers host a Summer League which happens on the opposite Tuesdays to the CoHCL through the Summer months.  These races vary from 4 to 8 road miles and any competitor entering the series is eligible for the handicap element of the races and the league.  However members of Beverley AC can run any individual race, just turn up on the night!  Occasionally individual races are included in our own BAC Handicap League.  Please see East Hull Harriers website here, for more details.  When published by EHH, the results will be available here.

EHH Summer League 2019 winners

Hedon 4
M50 Darren Edge Beverley AC
F55 Tina Wardropper Beverley AC

Coniston 10K
M50 Darren Edge Beverley AC

Skirlaugh 8
F55 Tina Wardropper Beverley AC

Sproatley 7
M50 114 Darren Edge
F55 Tina Wardropper Beverley AC

Leven 10K
2nd in Handicap 2nd 703 Stephen Logan
M50 Darren Edge Beverley AC

Sproatley 6
M50 Darren Edge Beverley AC
F55 Tina Wardropper Beverley AC

East Park 4 mile
F55 Jayne Dale

New Ellerby 5
M50 Darren Edge Beverley AC
F40 Lucy Stamford
6th in handicap Handicap Tina Wardropper

We take photographs of many of the races in which our members enter. It’s great to have a record of our achievements. Visit our galleries page to see these photos of the different running events that our members take part in and be inspired to take part yourself.
Membership Matters

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Train With Us

Our Training Schedule

You can see from our training schedule to the right that we give plenty of opportunity for our members to get and stay fit. Our regular training sessions allow you to build up a great frienship with your fellow runners and gives you the opportunity to prepare yourself for the many races that our members can join in.

Whatever your goals or motivation….come and train with us!

The club runs 3 training sessions per week throughout the year all designed to complement any training programme, to help you achieve a goal, to improve your PBs or just to make you stronger, fitter and healthier.

Monday circuits
Monday evenings are taken by a UKA qualified coach in running fitness, and are designed to improve running technique and strength.  The sessions are designed to be achievable by all, no matter what the starting point is as all of the activities can be scaled to the appropriate level.  The session runs in term time only at the Longcroft school girls gym between 7 and 8 pm. The session will start at 7pm, so aim to arrive at 6:45pm and have a warm up job first.  Turn up Burton Road and park at the top car park near the sports pitches.

Wednesday Club group run
Wednesdays 6:30pm.  A run where all the club set off together for any distance or speed to suit you.  Distances vary from approximately 4 up to 10 miles.  During the winter we try to arrange leaders for certain distances and speeds (generally 7:30 min miles, then every 30 seconds to 11 min miles).  This is especially valuable for new-comers to the club.  Meet at Beverley leisure centre HU17 0LT.

Club run – Away night.  Once a month from April to September (inclusive) a run is planned at an alternative location, convening afterwards in a local hostelry for food.  As soon as the locations and dates have been confirmed, they are added to the club calendar.

During the winter we often organise head torch runs, still setting off from the Leisure Centre, but taking advantage of the many footpaths and rural trails around Beverley.  Trail shoes and a head torch essential!

Thursday speed
Thursday nights are the club’s weekly speed work session, taken by a UKA qualified coach.  The sessions are designed to be suitable for anyone capable of running with the club on a Wednesday night.  These sessions include a mixture of faster paced running and mobility work, and are an excellent way to improve your running across the full range of race distances.

All sessions meet at 6:30pm, with the meeting point for the winter sessions being either Beverley Leisure Centre on Flemingate, the Rose and Crown pub on North Bar Without, or up at Longcroft School.  During the Summer months meet on Newbald Road, near the junction with York Road.  This is where the ice cream man often is.  The session starts and finishes from here.

Please contact secretarybeverleyac@gmail.com before attending any session and to confirm meeting location.

Please follow the country code

• Enjoy the countryside and respect its life and work
• Guard against all risk of fire
• Fasten all gates
• Keep your dogs under close control
• Keep to public paths across farmland
• Use gates and stiles to cross fences, hedges and walls
• Leave livestock, crops and machinery alone
• Take your litter home
• Help to keep all water clean
• Protect wildlife, plants and trees
• Take special care on country roads
• Make no unnecessary noise
Please remember all participants have a duty of care to themselves & motorists whilst crossing roads.

Beverley based Summer routes

Old Road parrallel to Railway line and Long Lane.
4 miles and 6.5 miles available.

Starting at Leisure Centre. Heading out down Spark Mill Road, over the railway line and pick up the footpath that goes under the Minster way and then runs along the Woodmansey side of the railway line parrallel to Long lane. Path comes out just beyond the Railway/Long lane crossing. Then pick up Shepherd Lane……
……Short route then follows Shepherd Lane to footpath that crosses arable field and over Minster way, to then join back of Lincoln Way and back via Willow lane. 4 mile route available here.
……Long Route continues on footpath off Shepherd Lane to follow up to Victoria road. Just beyond the Morrisons round about turn right down the footpath and back across Lincoln Way and playing fields and Willow Lane.
6.5 mile route available here.

Hudson way
Route 7.5, 6.2 and 5.5 miles
Starting at LC, head out through town centre past old railway station and head down Manor road turning right down Rosemary Walk.  Pick up Hudson way…
……until you can turn right at Park House Farm.  Follow track and then path round field until you reah main road in Leconfield.  Turn right, then left and bear right at form.  Follow track and turn left over bridge then follow path to tIngs Road and back to bypass.  Return via manor road.  7.5 mile route:  www.plotaroute.com/route/898790
….until you go under the bridge, where you go up the embankment and onto the road towards Leconfield.  Once you get to Leconfield you can eithe turn round and come back, or pick up the track as per the 6.5 route. 6.2 mile route:  www.plotaroute.com/route/898799
……until you go under the bridge, where you go up the embankment and onto the road toward Bev.  You can then return via Manor road.  5.5 mile route:  www.plotaroute.com/route/898806


Yorkshire Wolds Way Route maps and GPX

Maps showing route divided down into a 10 leg relay available here.  GPX files are also available, please click here.
Leg 1 Wolds Way Relay Hessle Foreshore to near Riplingham 8.7 miles.
Leg 2 Wolds Way Relay Near Riplingham to near North Newbald 8.8 miles.
Leg 3 Wolds Way Relay  Near North Newbald to Londesborough 8 miles
Leg 4 Wolds Way Relay  Londesborough to near Huggate 8.9 miles.
Leg 5 Wolds Way Relay  Near Huggate to Thixendale 8.1 miles.
Leg 6 Wolds Way Relay  Thixendale to near Settrington 8.7 miles
Leg 7 Wolds Way Relay  Near Settrington to near Sherburn 9.2 miles.
Leg 8 Wolds Way Relay  Near Sherburn to near Staxton 4.9 miles.
Leg 9 Wolds Way Relay  Near Staxton to near Flixton 3 miles.
Leg 10 Wolds Way Relay  Near Flixton to Filey Brigg finishing stone 7.2 miles.

Couch to 5k

C25K, is a fantastic programme that’s been designed to get just about anyone from the couch to running 5 kilometers in just 15 weeks.

Visit our c25k page to find out more…

Local Leagues

Handicaps Races

Club Handicap Series 2020

1.       26th Jan  – Ferriby 10.  (Entries open: Click here.  More places being released 8pm on Wednesday 13th Nov 2019.)
2.       16th Feb – North Newbald 5 mile reverse handicap.  (Club event.)
3.       Saturday 14th March – Beverley Parkrun.  (Register for Parkrun here.)
4.       5th April – Hornsea 1/3rd Marathon.  (Entries open: Click here.)
5.       3rd May – North Lincs Half.  (Entries open:  Click here.)
6.       7th June – Top of the Wolds 10K.  (Entries opn:  Click here.)
7.       Wednesday 17th June – Walkington reverse 10K.  (Club event.)
8.       28th Jun – Humber Bridge Half.  (Entries open:  Click here.)
9.       5th July – Withernsea5.
10.   30th Aug – Gilberdyke 10.
11.   6th Sept – Major Stone Half.
12.   18th Oct – Scarborough 10K.
13.   25th Oct – Dave McDonald Haltemprice 10k.

Handicap series 2019

Hot off the press after member input, here is the list for 2019.

  1. Ferriby 10 – 27th January – full
  2. Dalton Dash 10K – 17th March:  Entries open here.
  3. Hornsea Third Marathon – 7th April  Entries open here.
  4. Vale of York 10 – 14th April Enter here
  5. EHH SL Leven 10k – Tuesday 28th May. Enter on the night.
  6. Walkington Reverse – Wed 12th June.  Club race.  Walkie Rev.
  7. Humber Bridge Half – 30th June https://humber-half.org.uk/
  8. Withernsea 5 – 7th July  Entries open here.
  9. Grimsby 10k – 21st July.  Entries open.
  10. Parkrun – Saturday 10th August.  Beverley Westwood Parkrun.
  11. Gilberdyke 10 – 25th August  Entries Open.
  12. North Newbald 5 mile reverse handicap – 11th September.  Club race.
  13. Bridlington Half – Oct 6th.  Entries are now open here.
  14. Dave MacDonald Haltemprice 10K – Sun 27th Oct

 Knockout Cup

Knockout Cup 2019 First Round Draw

To have qualified for the first round you will:

  1. Have run or been in the last 4 in the 2018 competition
  2. Qualified through a high enough placing in the Bridlington Half Marathon, Dave MacDonald Haltemprice 10k or Deepdale Dash handicap results
  3. Qualify from the Winter Reverse Handicap on Sunday 20 January at South Dalton
  4. Have a wildcard entry from the draw made of club members who had not yet qualified in the aforementioned should there still be gaps after South Dalton.

    See full rules for details.

The draw for the first round is below and to be run either over Ferriby  10 on Sunday 27 January (default race) or any other road race under UK Race permit rules (includes Parkruns & East Hull Summer League (EHSL) by no later than Sunday 7 April.  See full rules for details or contact Lucas Meagor.    (Full draw also available in grid to see route to final.)

Shaun Thornborough v Steve Peacock
Winter Reverse 9* or Richard Parkin v Jonathan Ewen
Winter Reverse 2* or Pam Atkins v Darren Edge
David Meilhan v Winter Reverse 11* or Roy Steele
David Clarke v Fiona Holland
Anna Wilbur v Corey Arnott
Steve Logan v Jackie Hardman
Stuart Eskrett v Winter Reverse 5* or Luke Doe
Winter Reverse 4* or Chris Hobson v Winter Reverse 1* or Michael Proudlove
Fran Ibson-Turner v Sue Cooke
Laura Emms v Pete Watkinson
Paul Allen v Fiona Oakes
Dana Arnott v Lucas Meagor
Steve Evins v Viv Williamson
Winter Reverse 6* or Jeremy Beesley v Matt Skinns
Winter Reverse 3* or Sophie Revitt v Sandy Milson
Sheralyn Thorpe v Anna Martin
Andy Wilks v Sam Allen
Frank Harrison v Alan Flint
Lynne Stabler v Steve Walker
Winter Reverse 10* or Allison Hayward v Winter Reverse 8* or Steve Ogden
Pete Henderson v Penny Booth
Nicola Riley v Steve Rogerson
Jo Rowland v Simon Bishop
Laura Egan v Mark Dalton
Luke Davison v David Morrison
Demi Lister v Kay Farrow
Andy Grainger v Tanwen Gray
Victoria Evins v Ivor Roberts
Graham Justice v Cat Williamson
Bruce Woodford v Sophie Houston
Patrick Marshall v Andy Johnson

Handicap and knockout cup rules December 2018

With a new year approaching, Lucas has put together a brief explanation of the Handicap and Knockout Cup Series for you all – an aide memories for long term members and useful info for the newbies.

Each year the club has a Handicap Race Series; the Handicap League, along with the 10K series and Knockout Cup.

The Handicap Series is made up of 12-15 races, nominated by the club.  No one is obliged to run any, but the more you do the better chance of winning prizes at the end of the series.  For each race you run you get points depending on how you perform versus your predicted time (handicap) based on recent results.  At the end of the year the person with the most points from their best 6 races (2 short and 1 long plus best 3 others) wins.

The 10K and under series is much the same but you only need to run 3 races of 10K or shorter to qualify and it’s your best 3 results.

The Knockout Cup is drawn each year and then follows a grid format, with 64 members qualifying through various means.  You are then encouraged to take part in the same race as your opponent within the time limit set out on the grid.  The winner who progresses is the runner performing best against their handicap target.

Within the list we include 2 club only races – Reverse Handicaps* – which are held at – Walkington (10K) and North Newbald (5 miles).  We also have a winter race on a Sunday – the next one being South Dalton (5 miles) on 20th January 2019 which is a stand alone-event used for the final cup qualifiers.

The full list of the Club Handicaps for 2019 is now on the club site, along with the first round draw for the 2019 Cup and updated rules.

If you want any further clarification contact Lucas Meagor – marathonlucas@gmail.com
 Club Handicap and knock-out Cup Rules 2018

*Reverse Handicaps mean you start in reverse order of your predicted time so the slowest goes off first and the fastest last.  In effect you should all finish at the same time if you run to your handicap.  These usually mean the first across the line is the winner!


 London Marathon Club places

Rules and Beverley AC club places for London marathon

The rules:   London Marathon Places Rules Feb 2019 AGM
If you want to add your name to the list please email Bev AC secretary.

Beverley AC London Marathon Club Place List:

  1. Daniel Hammond
  2. Aidy Messingham
  3. Steve Marsay
  4. Steve Evins
  5. Sylvia Boardley
  6. Mark Oglesby
  7. Lynne Stabler
  8. Jody Horth
  9. Jim McGivern
  10. Andy Gray (added 27/07/15)
  11. Mark McEgan (added 30/10/15)
  12. Jacqui Dickinson (added 05/04/17)
  13. Patrick Marshall (added 13/4/17)
  14. David Meilhan (added 7/10/17)
  15. Lucas Meagor (added 31/10/17)
  16. Helen Townend (added 24/4/18)
  17. Jim Harbidge (added 25/4/18)
  18. Andy Johnson (added 25/4/18)
  19. Bruce Woodford (added 25/4/18)
  20. Andy Grainger (added 25/4/18)
  21. Matthew Skinns (added 2/5/18)
  22. Peter Henderson (28/9/18)
  23. Paul Allen (added 3/3/19)
  24. Saskia Berkin (added 15/4/19)
  25. Susan McIntyre (added 15/4/19)
  26. Becs Burge (added 28/4/19)
  27. Jonathan Ewen (added 30/4/19)
  28. Peter Allan (added 30/4/19)
  29. Sandy Milson (added 30/4/19)
  30. Claire Hassan (added 1/5/19)
  31. Jeremy Beesley (added 2/5/19)
  32. Sophie Houston (added 3/5/19)
  33. Dave Clark (added 3/5/19)
  34. Fran Ibson (added 4/5/19)
  35. Rachel Woad (added 4/5/19)
  36. Kobus van der Westhuizen (added 8/5/19)
  37. Laura McLachlan (added 12/5/19)
  38. Anna Pugson (added 7/8/019)
  39. Mark Dalton (added 9/10/19)
  40. Carol Cooke (added 23/10/19)
Our Younger Runners

Here at Beverley AC we run a thriving and successful Juniors section.  We aim to ensure that our Junior athletes get as much fun and fitness out of their athletics as possible.  We are primarily runners, but we also introduce all athletes to the fundamentals of other athletics events, including jumping and throwing, because of the proven benefits this has for their running and overall fitness. 

The Juniors train on a Wednesday evening at Beverley Grammar School (indoors in the winter and outdoors as much as possible in the summer), and then we either race or train every Sunday. Sunday training is at various locations close to Beverley. Our older runners also train on Monday nights on Beverley Westwood during the spring/summer and on pavement in the winter.

Our younger Juniors focus on getting fun and fitness from their athletics, and can also enter races if they choose to. From about Year 7 or 8, our Juniors focus increasingly on regular racing so their training is more oriented towards competition.

We concentrate on cross-country, multi-terrain, road racing and we also take part in some track events. We also travel across the Humber and all over Yorkshire for our races.  

Please note that Juniors can only train and race from the age of 8 in accordance with England Athletics rules.  If you are interested please contact Lewis and Lucy Holloway on beverleyacjuniors@gmail.com for further information.  We do have a waiting list to join. 

All members of our coaching team are qualified Athletics Coaches or Coaching Assistants licensed by England Athletics, and all have an enhanced DBS certificate and have undertaken England Athletics safeguarding training.

Juniors News Feed

Juniors at Humber Open Series track events.

The juniors took part in what for many of them was their first proper track event on Saturday 8th June, in the Humber Open Series at King George V Stadium in Grimsby. The coaches and parents were very impressed and proud of everybody who took part. Alfie amazed us all by running a fast U13 hurdles race without knocking any of them over. Jorja ran a PB for 1500m and then ran the 300m race too. Harriet and Lois ran fast 80m sprints, then a long 600m race, and finished up by blasting out quick 150m times. Emily H ran a great 1500m and followed it up with a 200m sprint. Corey came 2nd in his first ever 100m sprint, then cracked out 800m and 200m races too. George ran a couple of good races and found time to try high jumping in between. And Seb bashed out some quick 800m and 200m runs. Well done to all – everyone enjoyed the day out and finished smiling despite the cold and rain, so we’re hoping that more track events will become part of our regular schedule.

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Walkington 10K Event

“Just wanted to let you know that I think you’ve got it about spot on! Great course, well organised, fantastic atmosphere.”

College Canter Event

“As ever, the college canter was incredibly well-organised with fantastic marshals. I really enjoyed the event. THANK YOU.”

College Canter Event

“A big thank you for organising the race. Only second time I ran a trail run but thoroughly enjoyed it. Will try to be there again next year.”
Beverley Athletic Club is just one of many clubs that enter races in this area of the country. You can see on a weblinks page a good representation of the numerous clubs that we compete against. Click on each image link to view their website.
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Committee Members

How and who to contact

Contact the club by emailing secretarybeverleyac@gmail.com or use the contact form on the right.

Club President – Andy Tate – 07753 797481 Email
Committee Members
Club Chairman – Rob Reid – 07930 451205 Email
Club Vice Chairman – Fiona Oakes – 07813890081 Email
Club Secretary – Fiona Oakes – 07813890081 Email
Treasurer – Lucy Stamford – Email
Race Secretary – James Durham – Email
Press Officer – **Vacant**
Routes and away nights – Andy Johnson – Email
Kit Secretary – Neil Bant – 07718 604252 Email
Social and away trips Secretary – Jacqui Dickinson – Email
Membership Secretary – Catriona Williamson – Email
Welfare Officers – Rob Reid and Catriona Williamson
Handicap races and knockout cup Secretary – Lucas Meagor – 07850 453 780  Email
Junior Coach – Lewis Holloway Email

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