Club Christmas Meal This Thursday: NO SESSION

There is no session on at Blue Flames this Thursday due to the Christmas meal at the Ship. The Smiths are putting on an appetizer run at 1500 from Blue Flames for anyone available. So remember to be Hand in Glove as it might be chilly… Phil.

DECEMBER MONTHLY MILE RESULTS

Monthly Mile 4th Dec 2017 Time Hcap Actual 1 Mark Banks 10.10 5.00 5.10 2 Les Smith 9.57 4.30 5.27 3 Greg Pilgrim 9.13 3.30 5.43 4 David Slater 9.50 4.00 5.50 5 Simon Jobe 9.35 3.30 6.05 6 Chris Checkley 8.46 2.30 6.16 7 Keith Hadden 9.45 3.00 6.45 8 Ellen Cole 8.57 2.00 6.57 9 David Brignall 8.35 1.30 7.05 10 Ruth Kirk 9.51 2.30 7.21 11 Abbie Continue Reading →

Membership renewal for 2018

For most members your current club membership fee covers you until the end of December 2017. Membership fees for 2018 were decided by members at the last AGM and will increase by £1.00, to reflect an increase of the same amount in England Athletics (EA) athlete affiliation fee that the club pays for members. Renewal can be made anytime between now and the end of March 2018. The renewal rates Continue Reading →

Brampton to Carlisle 10 mile race.

The day started with me wishing I had jogging bottoms as soon as I got outside. Then the ongoing questions of what to wear and whether or not what I had chosen was being under dressed. It didn’t bode well as approaching Brampton seeing a thick layer of frost. Today’s race was going to be a chilly one indeed. I also forgot my trusty before race banana and after race ham sandwich. I Continue Reading →

Aykley Heads: Race report.

Ladies report from Nina When you say “Aykley Heads” to a cross country runner there are three words which spring to mind: two of them are “mud” and “hills”. The third is best not printed. After a dry week we woke to a sunny day on Saturday. These factors spread confusion and perplexity over the North East running community: spikes (and, if so, what length) or trails? There was many Continue Reading →

Cross Country : NEHL Aykley heads, Durham.

The Harrier league cross country sees its next fixture this weekend. It’s free to all Heaton members but you do have to register before Thursday. (You can register on the day but it costs you a fiver) . To those who have run before this season, remember to bring your number. It is an excellent course in lovely surroundings. If you are not registered message or email Scott or Lisa ASAP!   Continue Reading →

Home team prizewinners in heaton memorial 2017

Well done stephen shubeler 16th (34.43) club 10k champion.Danielle smythe 3rd lady(39.54) , club 10k champion.Club 10k vets champions  John moore (37.42) Janine routledge (41.57). Ian norman 1st over 55 award (38.58). Mens senior 3rd team award , steve shubeler , james mckenzie , ian robinson , matt hetherington.Woman senior 2nd team award.Danielle smythe , janine routledge , nadia stock.Also nina cameron who picked up a vets prize. 

November Monthly Mile Results

Monthly Mile results November 6th 2017 ………………………. Monthly Mile November 2017 Time HCap Actual 1 James McKenzie 11.15 6.00 5.15 2 Mark Banks 10.47 5.30 5.17 3 Mark Oliver 9.52 4.30 5.22 4 Les Smith 10.38 5.00 5.38 5 Pete Jobes 8.44 3.00 5.44 6 Craig Smith 9.49 3.30 6.19 6a Danny Routledge 6.38 0.00 6.38 7 Paul Inskip 9.12 2.30 6.42 8 Kieth Hadden 8.34 1.30 7.04 9 Lisa Continue Reading →

Sherman Cup / Davison shield

Heaton was very well represented at Saturday’s Sherman Cup/Davison Shield fixture at a somewhat breezy Temple Park. It was great to see several juniors running and all credit to the U13 girls, who turned out a full team and so boosted Heaton’s overall score. Although a bit windy (we all love the tour of the playing fields at the end into the teeth of a gale) the going was generally Continue Reading →

MARSHALLS NEEDED FOR HEATON ROAD RACE

It is only 2 weeks away! Thank you to those so far who have put name on doodle to volunteer.  We need a lot more people please! This is always a well attended race and there are always comments about how well organised it is so lets make this year no different. we need lots more marshalls on the course, approx 20, and about 10 people on drinks stations. We Continue Reading →