As we approached the 25 anniversary of the club and having been a member for about 20 years realised how many people had passed through the club. Many people have been involved in the evolution of the club both from running and social perspective. So I put forward the idea to Tim that it was an appropriate time to recognise those 25 people who probably have had the biggest impact on the development of the club. It was then intended to induct 1 or 2 people a year on-going.

Roger Richardson



Alan Haines

First Chairman of Club one of only 2 chairman of the, successful veteran still holds V45 marathon record.


Pauline Haines

One of the original 7 members, has served on committee on several occasions and was a successful veteran, has held several club records at V45 & V50.


Tim Cook

Only second ever chairman, has been a member for most of the clubs existence, has been heavily involved in the development of the club particularly with introduction of new runners and juniors


Carol Cook

Served as club secretary for many years has been a member for most of the clubs existence, has been heavily involved in the development of the club particularly with introduction of new runners and juniors


Ron Cave

Was Vice Chairman for more than 10 years, now back on committee after a break. He joined the club in the first few weeks and has been successful in developing other athletes throughout his time in the club.


Nigel Moore

Was top runner in the club for several years, setting records in the early 90’s at all distances from 5k to marathon. Most of his records have only just been beaten in the last 5 years.


Doug Linton

Was the clubs first International on track and cross country running for England as a Vet. Several of his V55 & V60 records still exist


Andy Scott

Has served as both treasurer and cross country secretary. Has been a competitive runner winning many age category club championships


Paul Burgess

Has served as treasurer for many years. Has been a competitive runner winning many age category club championships


Phil Lloyd

Was race director for several years organising races such as the Werrington 10k, Barnack10, 5K Series as well as internal and handicap series.


Steve Edwards

Was the race director organising the Werrington 10k & fun for many years, a race that set the financial foundation of the club.


Tony Broughton

Was club captain in the 90’s, ensuring that people turned up at vital races and actively recruited runners to the club.


Paul Halford

Was the clubs first county road champion, was the first club senior man to achieve county selection, but is ultimate achievement is to be the only national Marathon champion.


Ron Lucas

Has been an ambassador for the club, by promoting the club as a club for all abilities, he served on the committee for several years actively promoted the club in the local community, he has done a great deal of charity work both inside and outside the club.


Jim Grant

Was vice chairman for several years and headed up the social sub-committee in the earlier years organising GNR trips and Christmas part. Held club marathon record on a couple of occasions.


Roger Sayer

Active member of the club particularly in first 20 years, both as runner and a social member. Has organised marshalling for several club races, organised annual rounder’s social event and has been involved in organisation of other social events such wheelie bin & raft racing.


Malcolm Jacklin

Has been club captain for more than 15 years, was top runner in club for several years winning club Championship more than 10 years in a row. Is a major driver behind the junior section


Sue Merritt

Has been club secretary for more than 15 years and has also provided support to the organisation of the Frostbite league for a similar period of time.


Ann Wood

Has been a prolific runner since her return around 2000. Winning many individual and team prizes. Has during this period held most club records at V35-45 and still holds 12 of these.


Sue Burnett

One of the longest serving and successful females in the club, having won numerous team and individual trophies, her time for 5 miles set in 1991 was a club record for 21 years.


Barry Loughton

Was the driving force in the early days behind setting up and expansion of the junior section. Has over the last 10 years has been the organiser of the London marathon marshals.


George Proderick

Club president, the longest continuous current serving member of the committee. Has been involved in many social events, more recently organising the annual theatre trip. Running wise held the V55 & V60 marathon record at the same time. Now holds the V70 10mile record.


Steve Robertson

Steve was a committee member for several years and was also cross country secretary, he was the person who instigated the clubs involvement London Marathon marshalling.


Linda Rawlins

Was Werrington Joggers first Track & Field county champion and UK masters champion, has also been involved in social side and is the primary driver behind the Starting Lines magazine.



Martin Stevens

Is the first Werrington Jogger to run 10 sub 3 hour marathons has won many team prizes since joining the club including the Cambs road league on more than one occasion. Has also been involved in the organisation of the annual overseas trips.



John Herbert

Although not a member for many years, achieved so much in his time at the club, many individual race wins, the Cambs road league and set club records at all distances, still owning the fastest ever times from 5k to 10 Mile



Eli Richmond

She has achieved do much over the last 4 years, Cambs Road league champion, Peterborough 5k series as well as many individual and team prizes. During this time she has set several club records owning the fastest 10 mile & ½ marathon times in the club.




Rod McDonald

Rod has been a long serving member of the club, winning many age category awards over his racing career. He served on the committee for several years. But primarily he has brought a new dimension to the clubs social aspect. He been involved in the participation and organisation of Theatre trips for more than 10 years, making this now the 2nd biggest event in the WJ social calendar.



Jeff Lucas

Jeff Lucas is now in his second career in the club. He was one of the first 4 Werrington Joggers to represent Cambridgeshire whilst still a junior. The others have since left but Jeff has continued to be an intermittent member making several returns at stages in his life. In the last few years though he has made a more permanent return and this prolonged engagement has seen him rise to the levels that he showed as a junior. He is regularly one of the top runners from the club in races and is a regular top 20 frostbite finisher. He also becomes the is the first second generation runner in the Werrington Joggers Hall of Fame; following his father Ron who was inaugurated as part of the original group.



Roger Richardson

This runner has been a member of the club for about 30 years, a member of the committee for more than half that. He has also been our representative on the Frostbite League committee and on the Cambs AAA committee. He has fallen over on more Sunday runs than the rest of us put together, and is the 2nd best air-guitarist in the club. The new inductee in the Hall of Fame for 2015 is Roger Richardson.



Louise Richardson

Louise is a long standing member of the club and has competed for many years on all surfaces. She has been a scoring member of many Frostbite Teams and holds a number of club records on both track and field including currently (January 2017) all LV35 records for distances from 100m to the mile. In recent years Louise has stepped up to being lead coach for the junior section and whilst others also help each week Louise has organised and managed teams to enable youngsters to compete at Sportshall (earning County recognition), XC and Frostbite fixtures on a regular basis