Weekly Round-Up – W/C Monday 15th July

Monday night was Monkton NEEMA night – lots of over 35’s running, jumping and throwing stuff, whilst having a good time. There is just one more evening for NEEMA Monkton T&F – and that is Monday 29th July. Its never too late to get involved. Tuesday was a club training session at the Rising Sun. 800’s intervals with a 1 minute rest. Tough in that humidity – but made easier Continue Reading →

Weekly Round-up. W/C Monday 8th July

We started this week with the Monday monthly mile. A fabulous turnout, with an equally fabulous mix of young and ‘older’ members. Here are the dates for the next few Monthly Mile events: 5th August, 2nd September & 7th October. Tuesday was training. 1 mile intervals from the Butterfly Gates in the Rising Sun. Shame we didn’t see many butterflies – just midges! It was wet, it was muddy, in Continue Reading →

Weekly Round-Up – WC 1st July

Monday was NEMAA for many of you – Fixture 4 of 6. No info, but I do have a few pics. Tuesday was training night. A much smaller cohort than usual, as many of you were in town for a race! Tuesday was the Bridges of the Tyne 5 Mile and a nice big contingent of Heaton Harriers were present. I enjoyed this race and I have done it before. Continue Reading →


Monthly Mile July 2019 Time Hcap Actual 1 James Meader 5.06 0.00 5.06 2 Jordan Cairns 5.18 0.00 5.18 3 Daniel Wood 7.22 2.00 5.22 4 Les Smith 6.59 1.30 5.29 5 Mark Banks 7.30 2.00 5.30 6 Stephan Duroy 7.10 1.30 5.40 7 Callum Mills 5.49 0.00 5.49 8 Simon Jobe 7.35 1.30 6.05 9 Thomas Checkley 7.06 1.00 6.06 10 Laura Smith 7.14 1.00 6.14 11 David Bullock Continue Reading →


Starting at the junction of rutland road and west street .All participants can run an accurately measured mile.The first runner will start at 7.30 so it is advised you get there early to do a proper warm up. This is not a race ,it is basically a personal time trial to give you an indication of youre fitness level.

WC 24th June – Weekly Round-up

Monday was a big day for Heaton Harriers as it saw us host the Anita Nott Ladies only 5K Memorial Run through Jesmond Dene and Heaton Park. See the link below for the results. http://www.timingupnorthresults.co.uk/results.aspx?CId=16576&RId=3015&fbclid=IwAR3wy4stVlBKBRxJCxZlSYILBlONXlaQ-x07ojA0wn_au54pp8zQgpgRC-w The event was a huge success with a great turnout of runners, helpers and supporters. A big thank you to everyone that helped before, during and after. 481 ladies and one gentleman completed the course, Continue Reading →

Results of the 2019 Anita Nott 5k

Very well done to all 482 competitors who took part in our annual women only 5k race. A fabulous turn out on a muggy evening on what we know is a challenging course! Prizes as follows: 1st place – Dani Smythe (Heaton Harriers)2nd place – Katie Francis (Birtley AC)3rd place – Gillian Manford (Gateshead Harriers) Age category winners: V35 – Gillian Manford (Gateshead Harriers)V40 – Becky Coleman (North Shields Polytechnic)V45 Continue Reading →

Weekly Round-up WC 17th June 2019

We started the week with some very sad news when we learned that Keith Rooney, a Heaton Harrier for many years, had passed away. Keith had battled with cancer over the past year and only a few months ago was told he had won that battle. Sadly secondary cancer and complications from his treatment took over and he lost the war. RIP Keith Rooney 1968 – 2019 Monday was this Continue Reading →

Keith Rooney

It is with great sadness to say that after battling cancer Keith passed away on Monday 17th of June. Running was an extremely important part of Keith’s life. Keith was a unique character with a flair with words, part of the Heaton Harrier family, and we offer our condolences and support to Keith’s brother Chris Rooney. A funeral service will be held on: Wednesday 3rd of July 1.30pm at Tynemouth Continue Reading →

Summer Grand Prix

A jam packed schedule of races covering the next three months, with prizes to be given out at the AGM in October. You have 14 opportunities to earn points between now and the end of August. As with the last grand prix, your best seven results will count toward your final score. 10 points will be awarded to the first finisher, 8 points to the second, 6 to the third Continue Reading →