John Dunne

Weekly Round-Up w/e 5th May

Welcome to Darlington Harriers Weekly Round-up Report, keep reading to see what has occurred this week and what is coming up for club members. 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 […]

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Weekly Round up w/e 2nd October

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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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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NYSD Ormesby XC

Ormesby Hall is one of the most popular rounds of the NYSD Cross Country Series, with a course that combines the scenic grounds of the 18th century mansion house with a woodland trail section to its perimeter. With all the rain a few days before, it certainly made for a wet and muddy affair in

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Trotters Independent Traders

Sunday saw the annual McTaggart Trot, an event which sees runners placed in teams of three (one 3.7mile runner, a medium paced 7.5mile runner and a longer distance runner covering 11 miles) who have to run through each checkpoint together, losing one runner at each point leaving the longer distance to the finish. This event

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Senior Harriers In A Rush

Law Sunday saw the latest instalment of the NYSD Cross Country Season, a season which has to date seen really strong performance from both our Mens and Ladies teams. This week was to be no exception as our women finished with an excellent 3rd position overall and our men topped the pile finishing 1st, helped

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Girls and Boys Dunne Good

Sunday saw a large turnout at the Redcar Running Festival where club members were spread over the mornings three events. Athletes had the option of running the Beacon 5km, Zetland 10km or the Half Marathon on the day, with all courses flat and fast giving athletes a great platform to achieve a quick time. On

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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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Sniper Gets Smith At Durham 10K

A number of Harriers headed to Durham this evening to take part in one of a variety of races on offer. Due to circumstances beyond the organisers control, the course had to be changed the night before the race leaving runners bottle-necked in parts as both 5km and 10km eventers started the race together. Phil

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Not a Wet and Wild Whitby

Last Sunday a number of Harriers headed to Whitby, a place where many club runners are scared after last years atrocious conditions. Bernadette Caygill kicked things off for the ladies finishing 9th, jade Hutchinson 12th with Linda Noble 19th . Daughter Megan made up the point scorers in 25th place giving the women an overall

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Ladies 2nd claim at XC opener

Harrier ladies had a fantastic opening race to the cross country season at a wet and muddy Acklam. Ellie Phillips put in a superb performance to finish 8th ahead of mum Sue Phillips 11th and Auntie Linda Noble 16th with Pauline Brown and Megan Noble fighting it out for 28th and 29th places. Millie Grayson

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