Emily Vest

Weekly Round Up w/e 22nd May

The Weekly round-up of club activities covering all disciplines and age groups. This report will not provide you with a detailed account of each event but should give you enough information about what’s occurred the previous week, who’s participated and links to photographs and results. We encourage all members, parents and anyone associated with the …

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Weekly Round Up w/e 15th May

The Weekly round-up of club activities covering all disciplines and age groups. This report will not provide you with a detailed account of each event but should give you enough information about what’s occurred the previous week, who’s participated and links to photographs and results. We encourage all members, parents and anyone associated with the …

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Weekly Round Up w/e 30th January

Up & Coming Events NYSD XC Richmond – 6th February Muddy Boots – 6th February NYSD Road Relays – 27th February NYSD XC Whitby – 6th March Senior & Masters NECAA XC relay Championships, Thornley Hall Farm – 19th March CLUB PRESENTATION NIGHT – SAVE THE DATE 1ST APRIL Young Athletes NECAA XC relay Championships, …

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Juniors In Action At Fox Rush

Hundreds of athletes headed for the coast last weekend as Redcar hosted the second NYSD Cross Country meeting of the season. There was an excellent turnout at the Fox Rush Farm Community Woodland and as usual our Junior Harriers were in the thick of it. Here’s how things went…. Under 11’s A 1.7km route through …

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It’s Back Again!

It’s that time of year again! The weather is rubbish; cold and wet – and there’s plenty of mud forming just waiting to be run through. Yes, the Cross Country season has begun. After what turned out to be a fabulous Track & Field season with many memorable performances, our junior section got stuck into …

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Back To Boro For Second NEYDL

It was a return to familiar surroundings on Sunday as the Darlington/Allerton team were back at Middlesbrough Sports Village for another NEYDL meeting. After a solid team performance at the first meet last month, the team were out to match or even improve on the already impressive 3rd place from Meeting 1. It was another …

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NEYDL Returns a Last!

It’s been a long wait, but finally, the North East Youth Development League returned last weekend, as Middlesbrough Sports Village opened its doors to hundreds of young athletes from the region.  The last NEYDL Match was pre-Covid way back in July 2019, so it was fantastic to see our DHAC juniors teaming up with Allerton …

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Juniors Compete at Middlesbrough Open

Middlesbrough Sports Village hosted the second NECAA Open Meeting of the season, attracting athletes from all over the region.   As expected, the blue and white vests of DHAC where out in force, including an impressive contingent from our junior section.  As usual with the open meetings, events were of mixed age groups/gender, with heats being …

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Cross Country is Back!

It’s been a while, but at last, our Junior Harriers enjoyed some cross country action once again, in an inter-club competition on Sunday. Hosted by our friends at Allerton Junior Athletics Club, Knayton Park, near Thirsk was the setting for the DHAC v Allerton showdown as the two clubs battled it out. Most of our …

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Junior 2k Relay

Last weekend, some of Bernadette‘s endurance group took part in a 2k relay as part of their weekly training regime. The athletes were split into four teams of three and, of course, each athlete ran their own leg as part of their daily exercise; they then submitted their times to Bernadette who compiled the final …

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Virtual Relays

Event organisers have had to get their thinking caps on over the last few weeks on how to provide a ‘virtual’ version of their particular event, rather than cancelling it altogether.  Basically, competitors would run the event locally, adhering to all the social distancing guidelines required, then submit their results to the organisers for comparison …

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