President: Marian Holmes OBE

  15th October 2018  

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The successful MINERVA squad pictured at the 2018 cross-country championships that took place on Parliament Hill Fields, London. Natasha Sheel (175) won the women's race whilst Ed Bovingdon (12) was runner-up in the men's. Natasha was joined in the victorious women's team by Sue Francis (4th, 160) and Sophie Wilkinson-Hargate (8th, 182). Photo by Malcolm Francis - more pictures. Results


CSAA life Vice-President Bill Berry sends news of a charity fund raising project:

"I have written a book about my lifetime's involvement with sport covering my fifty years as a competitor and thirty-five years as a coach.

Over the years many people have asked me how I became involved in coaching but the idea for the book was originally suggested by a cycling pal - Alan Hill. We often talked about our various sporting experiences and Alan Hill.Alan used to say to me "you should write a book about your athletic experiences and trips" but I thought no more about it. However a couple of years ago Alan Hill was diagnosed with cancer and eventually passed away in St Michael's Hospice in Herefordshire. In 2013 I read about a cyclist who had written a book about his life of cycling to raise funds in memory of a friend who had died in similar circumstances to Alan’s. So I decided to write my book and I am selling it to raise money for St Michael's Hospice. All the profits from the sales will go to the Hospice and your help in supporting this very worthwhile cause would be much appreciated.

If you would like a copy please send a cheque, payable to me, for £6.20 (including postage ) to 28 St Andrews Close, Moreton on Lugg ,Herefordshire HR4 8DD, together with your name and address.

Alternatively you can collect a copy from me for £5.

Bill Berry CSAA Life VP."

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