Race Report

Here are the latest race results for Alnwick Harriers.

Druridge Bay parkrun

2 Jon ARCHER 19:04
5 Peter GREY 20:31
6 Dominic HARRIS 20:36
12 David BARNES 21:46
39 Neil HAMILTON 25:07
56 Ruth DOCTOR 26:52
59 John ROSS 27:20
63 David COOPER 27:34
83 George WILLIAMS 28:26
97 Karen LEESON 29:29
147 Lorna STEPHENSON 34:07

Pastures parkrun

8 Graham CROW 22:19 (PB)
10 David HINDMARSH 23:11 (PB)
28 Keith SHOTTON 26:08
30 Mark LATHAM 26:14
33 Karl MCEWAN 26:46
56 Kim BRONZE 32:00
84 Michael HENRY 48:27

Gateshead parkrun

231 Mark HUME 38:27

Örebro parkrun

37 Chris STEWART 23:39

Sedgefield parkrun

212 Kirsty STEED 33:06

South Shields parkrun

127 Linda PATTERSON 28:02 (PB)

Workington parkrun

138 Richard EASTOE 51:51
140 Gay EASTOE 52:30

Tynedale Harriers Jelly Tea 10 Mile Road Race

334 Karen Leeson 1:38:01

Trail Outlaws – Branches & Bays 10K

174 Dave Bartrum 1:04:03
242 Maureen Bartrum 1:09:10
317 Carol Davison 1:16:40

Quayside 5K – A Race

48 Steve Carragher 17:00
146 John Cuthbert 19:28

B Race

105 Angie Embleton 21:56
189 Alexandra Harwood 23:39

3K Race

4 Millie Breese 10:55 (2nd Female)
7 James Carragher 11:14 (2nd U15 Boy)
30 Elizabeth Carragher 12:51

Warkworth Show Fun Run 2019

Eighty runners lined up within the walls of Warkworth Castle for the start of the show’s 2.5km fun run.

First back and overall winner in 8min 30s was Junior Harrier Ollie Telfer, followed by Ben Murray-John, while Rob Murray-John did well to keep his son in sight to finish as 3rd senior male.

Millie Breese had an excellent race finishing 3rd overall, first female and first U16, Lauren Brown was second in this category and Beth Carragher 3rd.

Max Murray-John ran an excellent race finishing fourth overall and first U16 boy, Thomas Davison was 2nd U16 boy and James Carragher was 3rd!

Harris Hall had a good race and he won the U13 boys category.

Junior Alnwick Harriers Round-up

NOTAN Athletics Grand Prix

On Sunday, Alicia Purvis and Lucy McGowan competed at the final NOTAN (North of Tyne Athletics Network) match in Whitley Bay.

Alicia rounded off an excellent season with an all-time championship record performance in howler throw, where she managed to smash the existing record by 7m with a throw of 28.4m, outstanding for someone who is still only 8 years old!

Alicia performed well in all the running, jumping and throwing events throughout the season and went on to win the overall first place award for Y3 girls!

Leila Thompson who was competing in Liverpool this weekend managed to secure an excellent third place in the Grand Prix in the Year 6 girls’ competition.

Northern Athletics Age Group Championships

Also on Sunday, Talia and Leila Thompson travelled to Liverpool for the Northern Athletics Age Group Championships.

Both girls competed in shot put; Talia in the U15 category and Leila at U13.

Talia, who has been injured for the latter part of the season, managed an excellent 5th place, while Leila, who threw a personal best of 7.88m, took an excellent third place.

Leila’s throw was particularly impressive as she is still in her first year as an Under 13.


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