Race Report

Here are the latest results for Alnwick Harriers

Blaydon Race

203 Jon Archer 33:11
421 Tim Falconer 35:55
505 John Cuthbert 36:32
562 David Barnes 37:08
645 David Hindmarsh 37:52
646 Lisa Baston 37:53
891 Angie Embleton 39:38
939 Karen Kelly 39:57
1765 Louise Callaghan 44:19
1839 Laura Mclean 44:41
1892 Juhu Joseph 44:59
1971 Stuart Eaborn 45:23
2236 Ruth Doctor 46:51
2528 Morag Donoghue 48:35
2532 John Ross 48:36
2548 Jocelyn Bolam 48:41
2687 Melanie Smith 49:32
3410 Jennifer Knight 54:29
3549 Christine Mavromichaelis 55:53
3633 Ron Mccormack 56:46
3656 Stuart Bruce 57:07
3835 Joanne Morrison 59:37

Cheviot Trail

2 David Milne 1.39.57
4 Bruce Crombie 1.42.41
52 Bridget Peberdy 2.23.47
105 Mairi Campbell 2.57.14

Operation Overlord (Half-marathon)

Paul Robinson 2:19:55

Parkruns

Druridge Bay

3 Paul WHITE 19:17
4 Phil HALL 19:30
11 Harris HALL 22:06
19 Diana WEIGHTMAN 23:36 (third female)
21 Neil HAMILTON 23:41
26 Maddy HALL 24:05 (PB)
33 Justine NORMAN 24:43
48 Steve COWELL 25:49
79 Eleanor HEELEY 28:25
81 John ROSS 28:34
82 Alison HUTCHINGS 28:43
84 Karen LEESON 28:46
109 Eileen GUTHRIE 30:30
111 Rebecca HEELEY 30:46

Pastures

1 Jon ARCHER 21:34
8 Michael TELFER 24:20
9 Tony JACKSON 24:22
16 Alice TETLEY-PAUL 26:22 (first female)
19 Frances WILDE 27:33 (second female)

Blyth Links

42 Ian STEPHENSON 24:53
124 Lorna STEPHENSON 33:02

Gateshead

158 Mark HUME 36:05

South Shields

66 Linda PATTERSON 29:28

Springburn

171 Grazia CALVERT 37:02

Workington

121 Richard EASTOE 39:33
124 Gay EASTOE 42:56

Junior round-up – Northumberland County Athletic Championships and NOTAN Grand Prix

Conditions could probably have not been worse for the Schools’ County Athletics Championship on Saturday. Persistent heavy rain and wind at Wentworth, Hexham, made the running, jumping and throwing events very difficult.

Alnwick Harriers had a dozen athletes representing the Duchess’s High School and there were some great performances.

Talia Thompson had the most successful day, winning both her events to become County Champion in shot-put and the hammer throw.

Ollie Telfer and Lauren Brown both ran well in their 1500m races to finish third and there were good 4th-place positions for Sam Potts and Lydia Smith in the 100m sprints.

Joseph Godden high jumped superbly in poor conditions managing 1.55m but although this was the second highest jump of the day it only secured him 4th place because of the count-back scoring system.

Following the competition, Talia has been selected to represent the County in shot-put and hammer and Ollie in the 1500m steeplechase. They will compete in the inter-county Championship at Gateshead Stadium next weekend.

Meanwhile, in Whitley Bay, the younger athletes were representing the club in the NOTAN Minors Athletic Grand Prix.

Mary Fentiman and Alecia Purvis represented the U9s and battled hard in the
torrential rain. It was not a day for personal-best performances but the girls competed well with great spirit.

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