Druridge Bay Parkrun/Wepre Parkrun/Frimley Lodge Parkrun/Houghton Hall Parkrun/Rising Sun Parkrun/Stratford upon Avon Parkrun/Bakewell Parkrun/Fell Em Doon 10k

A smaller than usual number of Harriers took part in the Drurudge Bay Parkrun on Saturday 28th July, no doubt due to the race of the year the following day, the Northumberland Coastal Run. There were some excellent performances from those who did take part, however, with James WILLOUGHBY putting in another eye catching run. James notched a course pb and finished 4th in 18.21. Carole PAGE was 1st female finisher yet again! She was 20th overall in 21.04. Robert BADDELEY was just behind Carole, with Chris STEWART our 4th finisher. Also of note 9 year old Rebecca HEELEY smashed her previous 5k pb to finish in a splendid 26.30!


4-James WILLOUGHBY 18.21 (71.12%)

20-Carole PAGE 21.04 (88.29%)

21-Robert BADDELEY 21.22

56-Chris STEWART 24.13

63-Neil HAMILTON 24.38

88-Rebecca HEELEY 26.30 (66.23%)

113-Eleanor HEELEY 28.39 (58.06%)

127-George WILLIAMS 29.10 (59.77%)

138-Laura McLEAN Jr 30.07

167-Mark HUME 32.51 (55.86%)

Elsewhere Denis KERR finished 6th and won the male 55 category at the Wepre Parkrun in Flintshire, finishing the 5k in 21.27. Rob ENSER had a rare race at the Frimley Lodge Parkrun in Surrey where he ran a pleasing 21.59 to finish 78th. At Stratford upon Avon Jo POWELL was 3rd female finisher in 22.33, whilst at the Houghton Hall Parkrun in Bedfordshire Alison HUTCHINGS was 83rd in 30.08. At the Rising Sun Parkrun Ian STEPHENSON was round in 24.33 and wife Lorna in 32.32. Finally down at the Bakewell Parkrun Kim BRONZE was 80th in 25.07. Well done Harriers!!

Back on Wednesday 25th July 5Harriers took part in the Fell Em Doon 10k, organised by Ashington Hirst RC.

Here’s how we did……

32-Peter McEWAN 45.18

48-Angie EMBLETON 48.02

101-Chris STEWART 54.40

151-George WILLIAMS 59.57

165-John ROSS 1.02.33

Photos are of Rebecca HEELEY and James WILLOUGHBY at Druridge Bay, and George WILLIAMS at the Fell Em Doon 10k.

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