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From the Committee ...
Sally Armitage and Steve Murray for their PBs at Dewsbury
Jack Wood for winning Wadsworth Trog
Kate Archer for Rombalds Stride, Harewood Half and Ilkley Moor Fell Race placings
Jack Cummings for winning the Ilkley Moor Fell Race
Anna Pickering for amazing run of attendance at cross countries this season, including Yorkshire, Northern and Nationals
Helen Thurston for her National XC placing and 5k PB
Steve Weston and Jane McCarthy for organising the Ilkley Moor Fell Race (senior and junior)
Gaenor and Steve Coy for the cross countries organisation, and Nicola and Rob Budding for the PECO XC.
From Hilda ... Harriers Tuesday session tomorrow night 19th March meeting at the tennis club: After the floods on Saturday, please take care when entering the site there is still water in the fields and silt and mud in some areas around the car parks. Extensive clean up has taken place by staff and volunteers. Apart from damage to the indoor and outdoor courts all external areas were covered in mud, gravel and debris, a huge 2 ton tree trunk blocking the car park, deep water in the driveway dip. I propose you park off site where possible e.g. Easby Drive, Stockeld Road or the old bridge area of the park. The club will be open from 6am.
English Fell Champs counter ... Results ...
(1 45:04 Carl Bell, Keswick) 164 58:39 Iain Gibbons 269 68:43 Alison Weston 339 finished
From Helen Waddington ...
So many incredible performances despite the inclement weather. A great turnout for this League counter - PBs, Sub-40 first-timers, high category placings and an amazing and what I assume must be a new V75 Club record from Geoff Howard who cruised past me around mile 4.
(1 32:24 Joe Sagar, Spen) 10 35:18 Istvan Jacso 15 36:23 Jemima Elgood 1st lady 32 38:21 David Westhead 2nd V50 68 39:37 Jonathan Turner PB 69 39:37 Kate Archer 3rd lady, 1st F40 84 40:21 Steve Murray 92 40:57 Colin Williams 115 41:42 Sarah Pickering 136 42:19 Michael Abrams-Cohen 405 45:43 Geoffrey Howard 1st V75 535 49:19 Helen Waddington 771 52:39 Alex Stanley-Hyde 958 55:11 Michael Picken 1027 54:46 Dawn Turner PB 1029 55:16 Paula Reynier 1092 55:30 Ruth Jones 1931 65:25 Diane Ollier 2445 finished
(1 53:38 Rob Scott, RZH) 5 54:53 Jack Wood 224 71:23 Sally Malir 2nd F50 1040 finished
From Jim Ryder ... Muncaster Luck fell race takes in a few lower fells, two river crossings, moorland, tussocks, bog - a little bit of everything. Nice low key event in Western Cumbria. I was 10th and 2nd V40 in a field of 41 in 1h51. 11.3 miles, 2000ft
From Petra Bijsterveld ... Results ...
Woodhouse Moor (1 18:05 Neil Armitage, Pudsey and Bramley AC) 5 18:40 Tim Ashelford 402 ran Cardiff (1 15:56 Benjamin Reynolds, Cardiff AAC) 13 17:18 Alex Hirst 744 ran Bradford (1 18:20 Martin Fillingham, Saltaire Striders) 17 22:34 Dave Reynier 23 23:01 Caroline Howe 2nd F 62 26:23 Alex Stanley-Hyde 109 29:27 Paula Reynier 209 ran Roundhay (1 18:19 Daniel Josephs, South Shields Harriers) 44 24:00 Tom Worboys 259 ran Newborough Forest (1 18:25 Rory Johnson, Eryri Harriers) 2 19:26 Lucy Williamson 82 ran Myrtle (1 18:49 Matthew Warters, Keighley and Craven AC) 59 28:13 Petra Bijsterveld 123 ran
From Dave Woodhead ... Euan Brennan has been named in the British Team for the IAAF World XC Championships in Aarhus, Denmark, later this month. Info.
From Jane McCarthy ... A great start in the 2019 Harriers League with nearly 40 runners enjoying either the Meltham 10K, Harewood Half Marathon or Ilkley Fell Race. Steve Newell tops the table after declaring his Wildcard from the Cambridge Half Marathon. Well Done Steve! But not far behind and having run one race less is Kate Archer, her Wildcard coming from her win at the Rombalds Stride and earning her an impressive 105 points for the League. League winner from 2018 Colin Williams is in third place. Jack Cummings has started his Fell League campaign with another maximum 100 points from his fantastic win at the Ilkley Fell Race. The next League Race is the Bradford 10K on Sunday 17th March.
2019 results tables @ 11 Mar
Please note that all races are now confirmed (see League page) and include Evensplits 5K on 24th April, John Carr Trail Race 1 on 1 May (open for entries on RaceBest now) and Harrogate & District Summer Road League (HDSRL) race 3 on 20th June at Yeadon (Dragons Running Club) - details and HDSRL entry on the HDSRL website.
From Michael Abrams-Cohen ...
Flying the flag for Ilkley at the Spenborough 20 Mile - starting on the Queen Mary's track before heading out on two 10 mile laps.
All weather was experienced - starting with rain, then sleet and snow before finishing with glorious sunshine.
With 1500ft elevation, it was the perfect practice for London.
(1 1:56:22 Lewis Gamble Thompson, New Marske) 70 2:35:36 Michael Abrams-Cohen 187 finished
(1 1:11:00 Daniel Kestrel, Rotherham Harriers & AC) 131 1:30:10 Dick Waddington 191 1:33:53 Jane McCarthy - 1st F45 3,046 finished
(1 29:26 Bart van Nunen, U/A) 250 40:22 Nick Helliwell 888 finished
(1 1:23:13 Nick Leigh, Horwich RMI Harriers & AC) 6 1:27:51 Dan McKeown 252 2:28:15 David Ibbotson 283 finished
(1 43:18 Mark Kearney, Elvet Striders) 154 1:20:47 Elaine Ibbotson - 1st F60 189 finished
From Colin Williams ... On Saturday I took part in my first Haworth Hobble along with another Harrier Adela Reperecki, we experienced all of the weathers in one day starting in the rain, but got hail and sunshine too, but the hardest to cope with was the strong, strength sapping, head wind, which we ran into for the first 10 miles or so. The very hilly 32 mile route with over 5,000 ft. of climb (according to my Garmin) I found to be a tough run under those conditions.
(1 4:22:59 Rory Harris, u/a) 88 5:56:45 Colin Williams 167 6:47:30 Adela Reperecki 294 finished
From Petra Bijsterveld ...
This week Oscar Stapleton was first finisher at Riverside (Chester-le-Street) and closer to home Rachel Carter was first woman home at Skipton.
Mark Mon-Williams flew the Harriers flag at a rather small parkrun in Toulouse. Numbers wise the inaugural parkrun in Centre Vale park in Todmorden was a huge success, with almost 200 people turning out on an unpleasant day weather-wise. Our own Will Worboys has been instrumental in setting this new parkrun up, well done Will!
Bradford (1 17:45 Andrew Humphries, Airecentre Pacers) 41 22:39 Dave Reynier 177 28:52 Paula Reynier 354 ran Riverside 1 16:55 Oscar Stapleton 436 ran Skipton (1 17:43 Chris Ovenden, U/A) 7 20:37 Rachel Carter 1st F 9 21:19 Martin Archer 57 27:02 Fiona Schneider 176 ran De La Ramee (1 18:59 Jerome Costinot, U/A) 2 20:04 Mark Mon-Williams 14 ran Centre Vale (1 17:58 Alex Whittem, Calder Valley Fell Runners) 39 24:07 Tom Worboys 197 ran
From Geoff Howard... The Fountains Abbey Park Run was abandoned today because of a 'major medical incident' namely that one of the runners (called Paul) had had a cardiac arrest within minutes of the start. I was stopped after 8m 10s which in retrospect I estimated must have been about as far away from the incident as it was possible to be. This indicates just how quickly a marshal, spectator or competitor had managed to contact the Run Director, who having made the decision to abort the event, had then contacted other marshals including the one who stopped me. This evening I received a copy of a message from Paul's wife which said that "Paul was in Harrogate Cardiac Unit and things were looking good, adding that the swift action taken had saved his life". It served to remind me that marshalling isn't just a matter of being a human signpost.
From Geoffrey Howard ... The inaugural Brownlee Centre Festival of Running was held on Sunday just after the previous night's strong winds had fortunately almost gone. It had an ambitious programme of five events from one mile to twenty miles all run round the Centre's one mile cycle track (with all entry fees going to a Leeds University overseas charity). The fields weren't large with many not belonging to a club although most events were won in impressive times. In the 5k it must be the first time I've run against more than four times as many women (32) than men (7). The winner was Martin Roscoe (Leeds City) in 18m 59s and, although I was third, my time of 22m 34s was 18s slower than at Horton Park Run (which has more than twice the ascent) three weeks ago. Maybe upping to v75 in the meantime has taken a toll. The whole event had a Park Run feeling from the excellent organisation (e.g. results on the RunBritain website within a couple of hours) to the participation of a wide range of abilities (including some very young children in the mile). I hope it will, and expect it to, prosper.
5k (1 18:59 Martin Roscoe, Leeds City) 3 22:34 Geoffrey Howard 39 finished
From Hilda Coulsey ... Geoff's time is a new V75 club recoprd.
From Steve Newell ... After the pain of the moor and the hills, it was lovely to get onto nice, flat roads for the Cambridge half marathon. It is a lovely course, going through the centre of the city and past a number of the iconic colleges, before heading into the Cambridgeshire countryside, through Grantchester and back into the city. Lots of support and entertainment along the way helped to make this one of my favourite half marathons. It is a very popular event with an entry limit of 10,000.
(1 1:06:40 Michael Kallenberg, Cardiff AAC) 965 1:35:43 Steve Newell 8,357 finished
From Jayne Norman ...
Described as a hilly road marathon, Its grim up North Running organised a superb event. An out and back course - so you knew the hills you had to return on! A few Harriers attended the race. For myself the thought of homemade cake at the end got me through the tough middle section. My half marathon PB was gained on the course, by a whole minute.
(1 1:20:25 David Smithers, York Knavesmire) 28 1:39:08 Daryl King 142 2:07:08 Jayne Norman 197 finished
From Sue Williamson ... Starting on the Menai Suspension bridge I was the only Harrier taking part in the Anglesey 10K. Through wind and rain I was happy to finish in the time of 54:58. Great encouragement from a large crowd with nice views.
(1 32:23 Gwion Roberts, Meirionydd RC) 244 54:51 Sue Williamson 527 finished
From Jean Sullivan ...
This 10km race is held in Accrington, Lancashire, birthplace of the famous athlete Ron Hill. Unfortunately he was too unwell to attend today's event. Organised by Cannonball Events, this well-organised and friendly 10km race starts at Accrington's impressive Town Hall, is largely on road, apart from a 2-mile section on the old train line between Haslingden and Accrington which is now used as a cycle track. By mile 4 the climbing is complete and the flat and then downhill finish was very welcome! I was particularly impressed by the appearance of provisional results via 'live timing' on a large leader board within seconds of crossing the finishing line!
(1 35:29 Jon Dance, Salford Harriers & AC) 174 51:04 Jean Sullivan 515 finishers
From Jim Ryder...Two Harriers in a top quality field for the Stan Bradshaw Pendle Round from Barley, 9.3 miles, 1936 feet.
(1 1:05:03 Rob Hope, P&B) 44 1:19:08 Jim Ryder 200 1:46:02 Adela Reperecki 250 ran
From Sally Armitage... This is now the 3rd time I've driven over to Barrowford for the Podium 5k. The course is almost 5 laps of a totally flat cycle track. It's certainly the fastest 5k course within 20 miles of Ilkley and always attracts the fastest runners, with the first male of the 'A' race finishing in 14:42 and the first female finishing in 16:10.
B race (1 17:08 Seb Patrick, Trafford AC) 40 19:58 Sally Armitage 55 ran
From Petra Bijsterveld ... Results ...
Cardiff (1 15:28 Kurt Taylor, Bristol and West AC) 14 17:01 Alex Hirst 798 ran Bradford (1 17:24 Sam Clegg, Idle AC) 57 23:18 Oscar Street 212 28:52 Paula Reynier 474 ran Skipton (1 17:40 Chris Ovenden, U/A) 10 20:35 Will Buckton 206 ran Clapham Common (1 16:54 Hugh Tibbs, U/A) 11 19:02 Rob Cunningham 709 ran
From Hilda Coulsey...
A select band of Harriers ran the first of the 2019 Leeds Evensplits 5ks at the Brownlee Centre. Getting there and home was a struggle. However times were amazing with everyone, bar me, under 20 mins (I'll have to try harder!).
(1 15:43 Johny Johnson, Rotherham) 2 16:09 Dominic Coy 27 17:57 Stephen Coy 30 18:05 Nathan Coy 33 18:09 Helen Thurston PB 55 18:58 Michael Abrams-Cohen PB 65 19:27 Robert Budding 172 25:10 Hilda Coulsey 2154 finished
From Vince Gibbons ... The inaugural Brian Sweet Predictor Run attracted 37 runners, 32 of whom ran the full 10k course on an unusually warm February evening. The event was staged in memory of Brian Sweet, a stalwart of the club who led a Tuesday night club run every week for more than two decades. Brian introduced hundreds of new starters to running.
Prizes for the most accurate male predictions go to Keith Wood (one second), Peter Tapper (two seconds) and Paul Stephens (nine seconds). The female prizes were won by Catherine Gibbons (29 seconds), Sarah Pickering (1 minute 20 seconds) and Adela Reperecki (1 minute 29 seconds).
Prizes will be presented at club night on Tuesday 5 March. Feedback on the event (to Bernie Gibbons) will help with planning for the future.
Many thanks to: organiser Bernie Gibbons; Neil Chapman who measured the new course and timed the event; course marshals Alison Bennett, Ros Blackburn, Barbara Bullock, Jane Cullingworth, Ben Joynston, Don McCrae, Clive Smith, Pauline Watts, Alison Weston and Sally Wright; and to course sweepers Jayne Norman and Vince Gibbons.
From Paul Stephens ...
Entries to this year's Harrogate and District Summer Race League are now open. Please enter via the HDSRL web-site and follow the links - www.harrogate-league.org.uk.
The first race is Harrogate on May 21st, folowed by Ripon, Yeadon and Knaresborough with the handicap in Wetherby on July 17th. On-line entries only (and I'm sorry but the club is not offering a discount). See you there.
Well done to Jack Cummings on winning the senior race. (Report to follow.)
Links to photos and results on the IMR race page.
From Petra Bijsterveld ...
After the successful Northern Championships at Harewood House in 2018 the English Cross Country Association decided to hold the 2019 Nationals here, a wise choice indeed. Whilst the sight of thousands of XC runners charging up Parliament Hill is almost unequaled, it is good to have this national event in the North and especially when it is right on our doorstep (and in Yorkshire!) The large undulating grounds of the estate make for a good course with no more than two laps having to be run by anyone, and the house gives a good backdrop for the photographers. The recent dry weather ensured that there was not a spot of mud on the course, and the gloriously sunny conditions on the day made for good spectating and 'general hanging about' conditions, though pretty warm for running. The course, though dry, was energy sapping with an uphill start and several long inclines that appeared to go on forever and seemed hardly to be compensated for by the downhills. That was my impression at least as I forced myself not to cry or walk! Despite quite a few late drop-outs due to injury and illness we still had a good number of Ilkley juniors and seniors running. At the pointy end Euan Brennan came 4th in the junior men, and Helen Thurston finished impressively in the first 100 of a fast senior women's field, having not run XC since her school days. Luckily for the club she now appears converted to the discipline and will be back in the autumn!
For most of us the Nationals herald the end of the XC season and thanks must go to Steve and Gaenor Coy for organizing all the entries, keeping everyone informed, taking the tent to the events, and generally providing encouragement and support to all.
As an enthusiastic XC runner I feel compelled to give a shout out to anyone in the club who wonders what it is all about and hasn't tried it: come and join us in the next season 2019/2020 starting with the West Yorkshires. Don't be put off by terms such as 'championships', these events are open to everyone regardless of speed. As not everyone runs at the same time there is plenty of opportunity to soak up the atmosphere, marvel at the elites at the front, and cheer on your club mates, in other words: always a good day out.
The Ilkley women's team came 19th out of 114, the men's 50th out of 144.
( 1 36:34 Mahamed Mahamed, Southampton) 265 42:17 Jack Wood 451 44:22 Daniel McKeown 463 44:28 Istvan Jacso 568 45:40 Steven Gott 928 48:58 Tim Ashelford 1070 50:20 David Westhead 1468 54:33 Robert Budding 1999 82:53 Peter Lewis 2006 finished (1 28:17 Emily Hosker Thornhill, Aldershot) 76 32:32 Helen Thurston 137 34:01 Lucy Williamson 228 35:45 Rachel Carter 259 36:13 Helen Wood 683 43:38 Sarah Edwards 842 47:01 Alison Bennett 858 47:34 Petra Bijsterveld 893 48:49 Anna Pickering 921 50:01 Sally Pickering 1034 finished Junior women (1 20:40 Amelia Quirck, Bracknell AC) 13 22:03 Jemima Elgood 87 26:04 Sarah Pickering 129 ran Junior men (1 28:27 Rory Leonard, Morpeth AC) 4 28:59 Euan Brennan 201 ran
From Jann Smith ...
A stunning horseshoe race in the lesser known North-West corner of the Dales, starting and finishing at the beautiful village of Dufton.
(1 59:12 Nick Swinburn, Northumberland FR) 64 76:46 Paul Carman 203 92:19 Jann Smith 433 finished
From Petra Bijsterveld ... Results ...
Bradford (1 17:26 Huseen Usuie, Bingley Harriers) 24 21:48 Beth Massey, 1st F 111 25:29 Oscar Street 241 28:53 Stephanie Fox 242 28:54 Paula Reynier 502 ran Skipton (1 17:07 Chris Ovenden, U/A) 27 22:15 Adrian Bastow 129 29:43 Bernie Gibbons 233 ran Fountains Abbey (1 17:55 Stephen Ellison, U/A) 147 25:45 Fiona Schneider 472 ran Clapham Common (1 15:26 unknown) 25 18:43 Rob Cunningham 748 ran Myrtle (1 20:22 Martin Critchley, Horsforth Harriers) 55 28:01 Will Worboys 224 ran
From Anna Pickering ... after 5 races in the Peco x/ c league Ilkley had two podium places with Steven Gott finishing 2nd V/40 and Malcolm Pickering 1st V/65
From Hilda Coulsey... It was a fine day in the Harewood estate for the half marathon (a trail league counter) and 10k. The weather was ideal and the parkland always makes for good views even though the hills and underfoot conditions were not easy. I saw the half marathoners off an hour before the 10k which meant we came in at a similar time together, hence the photo with a mixture of finishers from the two races. The times were good for trail races with Kate Archer coming in third female/first v40 and Colin Williams second v50 both in the half plus Hilda Coulsey first v60 in the 10k.
Half Marathon (1 1:21:23 Ciaran Forde) 33 1:32:37 Kate Archer 52 1:36:18 Colin Williams 73 1:38:23 Jonathan Turner 131 1:43:57 Michael Abrams-Coen 139 1:44"28 Derek Oliver 200 1:48:16 Steve Newall 209 1:48:47 Caroline Howe 372 1:57:19 Helen Waddington 417 1.59.54 Nicole Liptrot 427 2:00:26 Adela Reperecki 516 2:05:01 Jemma Basham 655 2:11:32 Alex Stanley Hyde 851 2:25:13 Paul Sugden 853 2:25:13 Jo Pattinson 1002 finished 10k (1 38:08 Tom Midgley) 313 55:42 Hilda Coulsey 433 58:16 Karen Lambe 458 58:43 Dawn Turner 499 59:43 Dionna Jackson 543 60:58 Sue Williamson 649 63:23 Sue Verspyck 763 66:58 Diane Ollier 1078 finished
(1 35:51 Mr Alex !) 92 48:00 John Woodward
From Petra Bijsterveld ...
Some excellent results on this first spring-like parkrun day of 2019. Istvan Jacso finished second at Fountains Abbey, Oscar Stapleton third at Woodhouse Moor, and Helen Thurston and Sally Armitage were first and second lady respectively at Harrogate, with Helen coming fourth overall. Alex Hyde and Fiona Schneider seem both to be reaping the rewards of RED (run every day) in January with faster times, and Alex was delighted to dip sub-25. Geoff Howard was impressive as always, this week at Horton, and further afield Alex Hirst and Rob Cunningham continue to be very fast in their respective cities of Cardiff and London.
As part of the LBT parkrun league (I know....is my club loyalty in doubt now??) I went to the relatively new event at Potternewton which proved to be hillier than I expected, but a nice friendly event on good wide tarmac paths.
Woodhouse Moor (1 16:25 unknown) 3 17:05 Oscar Stapleton 590 ran Cardiff (1 15:59 Dan Nash, East Cornwall Harriers) 12 17:20 Alex Hirst 1033 ran York (1 16:28 Rob Byers) 208 24:59 Alex Stanley-Hyde 583 ran Harrogate (1 17:10 Chris Miller, Harrogate Harriers) 4 19:01 Helen Thurston 1st F 26 21:05 Sally Armitage 2nd F 515 ran Skipton (1 17:55 Chris Ovenden, U/A) 63 26:14 Fiona Schneider 212 ran Fountains Abbey (1 17:16 Reece Dalton, Ripon Runners) 2 17:23 Istvan Jacso 488 ran Horton (1 17:48 Will Kerr, Saltaire Striders) 8 22:16 Geoff Howard 72 ran Clapham Common (1 15:16 Alex Milne, Enfield and Haringey AC) 16 18:52 Rob Cunningham 777 ran Potternewton (1 18:06 Mark Bailey, Leeds and Bradford Tri) 87 27:00 Petra Bijsterveld 185 ran
(1 26:17 Nathan Marsh, Tonbridge) 20 29:15 Steven Gott 35 29:42 Robbie Matthews 176 34:28 Robert Budding 182 34:35 Michael Duffield 260 37:30 Malcolm Pickering 458 58:14 Don Macrae 459 finished (1 30:49 Aisling Wall, Horsforth) 21 34:18 Sarah Pickering 130 41:41 Nicola Budding 155 42:55 Diane Kitchen 162 43:17 Alison Bennett 183 44:16 Anna Pickering 294 49:20 Bernadette Gibbons 315 50:38 Kate Lofthouse 325 51:57 Wendy Bishop 374 finished
From Petra Bijsterveld ... Results ...
Portrush (1 21:46 Ryan Smith, Springwell RC) 57 32:58 Hilda Coulsey 117 ran Skipton (1 17:20 Alan Buckley, Leeds City AC) 25 23:10 Geoff Howard 37 25:15 Neil Pomfret 116 ran Stratford-upon-Avon (1 17:37 Rob West, U/A) 145 25:42 Fiona Schneider 393 ran Clapham Common (1 17:38 unknown) 7 19:07 Rob Cunningham 708 ran Caffarella (Rome) (1 19:48 Angelo Mazzoli, G.S. Bancari Romani) 34 28:35 Peter Lewis 62 ran
From Sally Armitage... This was my first time running Dewsbury and conditions were perfect, no ice, no breeze and some much appreciated sunshine! 6 Harriers took part with some PBs achieved too. An 'out and back' course with a gentle incline all the way out followed by a lovely downhill 5k to finish. A great course for anyone chasing a personal best. It's definitely on the calendar for next year!
(1 31:22 Chris Parr, Jarrow and Hebburn) 214 39:10 Steve Murray (PB) 352 41:53 Adrian Bastow 395 42:14 Sally Armitage (PB) 746 48:39 Helen Waddington 966 Hilda Coulsey 51:25 1068 53:16 Petra Bijsterveld 1679 ran
1 2:35:46 Jack Wood 124 3:57:50 Brian Melia 177 finished
From Michael Duffield ... Results ...
(1 2:47:10 Tom Van Rossum, Aire) 8 3:00:42 Michael Lomas 17 3:09:37 Kate Archer 1st Female 28 3:19:59 Colin Williams 40 3:28:26 Duncan Cooper 44 3:30:54 Dick Waddington 51 3:34:24 John Hayes 57 3:38:59 Derek Oliver 59 3:39:02 Peter Shelley 76 3:50:11 Michael Duffield 96 4:02:00 Martin Stocker 97 4:02:06 Andrew Merrick 110 4:10:04 Adela Reperecki 218 5:28:23 Sarah Hayes 454 finished
(1 30:14 Stefan Macina, Aurelius, bike) (2 30:36 Simon Bailey, Mercia) 5 31:49 Jack Cummings 28 36:00 Jeff Green 29 36:03 Paul Carman 45 38:03 Nick Helliwell 79 45:09 Jann Smith 148 finished
From Petra Bijsterveld ... Results ...
Cardiff (1 15:17 Matthew Edward, Barry and Vale Harriers) 9 17:31 Alex Hirst 764 ran
From Paul Stephens ...
We are back to 4 races and the Handicap race this year and the dates are:
21 May Harrogate
4 June Ripon
20 June Dragons
2 Jul Knaresborough
17 July The Norman Smith Handicap Race & League Presentation
All races are midweek and in the evening, 7.45pm starts except the Handicap. There will be online registration (new this year) and the link will be posted on Facebook and here when this is live (in the next few weeks). The entry fee will be £13 for the League - the same as last year. More details on the HDSRL web-site - www.harrogate-league.co.uk.