Hamish Laishley

Weekly Round-Up w/e 16th July

How do I?… Club Championship rules and competitions can be found here and points will be populated here Our club was formed in 1891, but how did the club become Darlington Harriers? Who were the people that founded the club?  Read about some of the great athletes that have graced our club, Olympians George Butterfield, […]

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Weekly Round-Up w/e 21st May

How do I?… Club Championship Points can be found here Track Development – Progress in Pictures You will have seen that our Track will be unavailable to train on as it undergoes a full refurbishment from March 13th. Work has actually already started with the lighting in and around the athletics track. We expect the

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Weekly Round Up w/e 7th August

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 17th October

Up & Coming Events NYSD XC Foxrush – 24th October Middlesboro 10k – 7th November NEYDL AGM – 12th November NYSD XC Croft – 14th November Croft 5k – 4th December 10:30 NYSD XC Summerhill, Hartlepool – 5th December Club Handicap – December TBC Jolly Holly Jog – 28th December NYSD XC Ormesby Hall –

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Weekly Round Up w/e 3rd October

Up & Coming Events Manchester Marathon – 10th October Yorkshire Marathon – 17th October NYSD XC Foxrush – 24th October NEYDL AGM – 12th November NYSD XC Croft – 14th November Croft 5k – 4th December 10:30 NYSD XC Summerhill, Hartlepool – 5th December Club Handicap – December TBC Jolly Holly Jog – 28th December

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Harriers shine at home race

Today saw the return of the Darlington 10km race after a two year gap due to the Covid situation making last years event a virtual one. This event clashed with the last senior Track & Field event with promotion and possible championship on the line so for once numbers weren’t as high as usual but

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Lambton X-Trail 10K

We had a couple of representatives at the Lambton X-Trail 10K today, with Amanda Trees and Hamish Laishley flying the flag In Amanda’s words…. This 10k race took place on the private Lambton Estate, near Chester-le-Street, brilliantly organised and marshalled with full social distancing by Wild Deer Events. The course was undulating and the route

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Passports at the Ready

Sunday saw a number of our Harriers head over the border as they took on the Cross Border 10km annual race, which this year saw runners run from Gretna to Carlisle in wet conditions. Barry Bell was first over the line in 43:08 in 123rd place ahead of team mates Hamish Laishley 263rd and Iain

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Fireworks at Guy Fawkes

We had a good turnout at the Guy Fawkes 10 mile race north of Harrogate, a challenging event with hills a plenty for the athletes making this a tough mornings event. On the day it was Steve Rogers who was the first Harrier home on the day but excellent performances throughout the field, including a

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Kelly is the Sloan Ranger

We had some of our club members at the Scarborough 10km race this weekend, a traffic free, flat course around the spectacular Scarborough Castle Headland including Scarborough’s’ historic South Bay seafront, Marine Drive, North Bay Open Air Theatre and the North Bay Promenade. What more could you ask for?? This was another event that was

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Where there’s a Wil

At last week’s Darlington Trail Series, race 6, The Baydale Beck 5km Dylan Wilson was actually first Harrier home finishing in 5th place finishing in a time of 20:46 four seconds ahead of Andrew Bainbridge who I reported took top honours for first club runner home.Well done Dylan, terrific running.

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Drew home to roost

The weeks races kicked off on home turf again at the latest Darlington Trail Series, race 6, The Baydale Beck 5km. It was Andrew Bainbridge who took the honours for first club runner home finishing in 6th place in 20:50 with a number of impressive performances through the field of 105 competitors. Full results can

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Plenty Pride Shown on Teeside

Sunday saw a large Harrier turnout at the Tees Pride 10km race, a race which is known for faster conditions than our home town race with less undulation around the course. It came as no surprise to see so many fantastic performances from the club members.Colin Taylor was once again the first Harrier home finishing

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Harriers Fly On Home Soil

Today saw the annual Darlington 10km race, and for a nice change the weather was kind to the runners with cool conditions and even a little bit of light rain to keep runners cool. For those who haven’t ran the Darlington 10km before, this race starts behind Boyes leading up to Stanhope road and on

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