NEHL Race 1 – Wrekenton – Saturday Sept 29th With a number of our regular runners unavailable for the first fixture of the season it was left to the under 11’s to fly the flag for the juniors at a dry but breezy Wrekenton course. First up was Jackson Bennett in the under 11 boys race, finishing in 82nd place. A fine sprint down the home straight ensured Jackson just Continue Reading →
FREE DRINK FOR ALL MEMBERS. Be there for 7 for a 7.30 start.(blue flames)
Excellent turn for October monthly mile. Thank you everyone for supporting this event Monthly Mile 1st Oct 2018 Time Hcap Actual 1 Andy Duguid 9.47 4.00 5.47 2 Peter Jobes 9.19 3.30 5.49 3 Chris George 9.20 3.30 5.50 4 James Duthie 10.23 4.30 5.53 5 Jordan Cairns 7.30 1.30 6.00 6 Beth Lawrey 8.44 2.30 6.14 7 Craig Smith 11.21 5.00 6.21 8 Keith Hadden 9.27 3.00 6.27 9 Continue Reading →
Don’t forget folks last chance saloon for monthly mile , 13 minimum or its curtains.. 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 Continue Reading →
Some love it, some loathe it. Whatever your outlook on the GNR – what many serious folk dismiss as the biggest ‘fun run’ going, as summer draws to a close and September begins, trying to ignore the annual festival, carnival, circus (call it what you want) of running would be like keeping down a double helping of post-Blaydon-Race tripe and convincing those around that it was anything less than foul Continue Reading →
Entries are now open for the forth coming Harrier League XC season. If you would like to run, please put your name on the poll below or let scott or Lisa Boyd know. As per previous years, every one will not be entered carte blanche, so do not presume you will be entered as you have ran XC previously etc because you will not. If you want to be entered Continue Reading →
Monthly Mile 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.
Well done everyone who ran the jelly tea 10 miler sunday 26th august.Some fabulous runs from the heaton crew.3rd home was james meader followed by james McKenzie in 5th , then ian norman in 15th , that clinched them the team prize.