Latest Standings after
Race 3 – St. Thomas Virtual 10k


North Staffordshire Road Runners Association was set up in July 1974 to promote road running in the North Staffordshire region. Members are organised into groups based on ability. There are seven mens and four ladies groups. There are also leagues for different age groups 40 to 44, 45 to 50 etc.

Each year 20 races are chosen to go into the NSRRA programme and the best 12 performances in these races count towards the league competition. In each of the events the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th etc in each group receives 50, 49, 48, 47 etc points.

Cheadle Virtual 412th JulyAV Timings
Leek Virtual Half Marathon25th JulyAV Timings
Trentham Virtual 10k2nd AugustAV Timings
Dave Clark Virtual 5k13th AugustAV Timings
Leek Virtual half marathon – number
Leek Virtual half marathon – medal

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NSRRA Newsletter June 2020

Click HERE.

St. Thomas Virtual 10k

Our first virtual event the St Thomas 10k was a resounding success with 182 taking part. It seems everyone had a great time getting their competitive spirit back. Event winners were Ross Connor from City Of Stoke and Kelly Butler from Birchfield Harriers. Ross and Kelly were also first home for NSRRA.

Kelly Butler from Birchfield Harriers
Ross Connor from City of Stoke

Cheadle Virtual 4

The rules for the Cheadle 4 for are as follows:
The race can take place over the weekend of 11th and 12th July 2020. 

The Cheadle 4 can be run anywhere but with the normal social distancing.  You have two options:
Option 1 – One Run: Complete the run in one attempt with a minimum of 300ft elevation.  Use this option for NSRRA.
Option 2 – Community: Do the 4 miles over numerous run/walks, no elevation requirements.
The 2020 event is dedicated to Oakley, the son of Jenny Dalkins who runs for Cheadle RC.
Oakley sadly passed away very recently aged just 15 from a brain tumour.
The event is looking to raise money for the fundraising in Oakley’s name and in support of the paediatric neurology department at Alder Hey hospital.

Once completed, submit your evidence to and a normal set of results will be published.  A bespoke race memento will be sent to you.

The virtual race is open to all, but If you are a member of NSRRA you will then be allocated your normal points (Option 1).  

Send a finish line selfie to Bryan Dale –

Please do not travel to the race route and please observe the social distancing rules wherever you run. 

Fees: £10.00 (+£1.50 Admin Charge)

NSRRA Revised Virtual Race Calendar (June 2020)

Click HERE for the details.

Presentation Night 2020

HERE is a the list of award winners from the night and HERE is the link to the photographs of the award winners. Thank you Bryan Dale for the photographs.

The 2020 season

Click HERE for the 2020 season for both new members and renewals.

NSRRA are strongly advising that runners do not wear headphones. 

This can be dangerous as you cannot hear marshalls instructions.  With most courses not closed to traffic you need to hear what is going on around you.

You also risk disqualification as some races operate this policy.