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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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Back Home For a Fryup?

David McKenna and partner Sarah Guy had polar opposite days at last Sunday’s Fryupdale Half marathon. The Fryup series has three events on the day comprising of a 10km race, a full and half marathon across challenging trail paths in various locations of the North Yorkshire Moors.Dave finished 4th overall on the day in 2:19:58

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Harrier Ladies take Third

Last Sunday saw a number of our harriers at the Thirsk relays to kick off the Cross Country season. Getting things underway was the ladies and with Sarah Guy, Megan Noble and Bernadette Caygill in good form a third place on the day was an excellent result. Kelly Sloan led the team of Linda Noble

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NYSD Cross Country

Here We Go Again!Yes, it’s finally here. That character building season filled with mud, wet and tears is now upon us! After a long (and successful) track and field season, it’s time to fit those longer spikes and stock up on the washing powder as we welcome in the new cross country season. As usual,

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It’s Cross Country Season

Sunday saw the start of the Cross Country Season at Thirsk as athletes get to test their speed around 2.2 miles as part of a relay team. This is a great introduction to the season so fantastic to see many of our newer members having a go and getting involved.Results for this will be released

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Harriers Half A Great Run

Sunday saw the annual Great North Run take place, a race which two of our club members (Paul Kelly and Harry Singh) have ran since it’s introduction in 1981, an amazing feat! This event attracts tens of thousands of competitors, many of whom raise thousands of pounds for their chosen charity and sees runners making

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McKenna On Show At Osmotherley

Another race to take place this weekend was the Osmotherley Fell race, a 5.5 mile race with over 1000 feet ascent, where we had 3 competitors taking part. First home for Harriers was Dave McKenna in 24th position clocking 52:15. Next to finish was Val Clarke in 59:00 and 47th position, 1st in her F60

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Jade Romps Home First

At tonight’s Roseberry Romp fell race, Jade Hutchinson showed her skills of downhill running and was best in class as she stormed past many runners on her descent. This fell race is a run (or rock climbing!) up Roseberry Topping and then back down again… A short race, but very tough with a steep climb

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Midweek Growler

Another race to take place this week was the Gribdale Growler, part of the Esk Valley Dave Perry Summer Fell race Series on 1st May. This race is 5.8 miles in length with 925 feet of ascent, taking in Roseberry Topping and little Roseberry. Ian Morris was first of our Harriers home, 56th overall in

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Gee Hits the Spot

Last Saturday morning saw a number of Harriers take on the High Cup Nick. Results are now out for this event which saw Darren Gee finish 75th in a high class field in 1:18:43, Val Clarke 282nd in 1:40:06 and Julian Waller 324th in 1:45:45. Other Harriers competing on the day including off road captain

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Cross Country Results

As reported last week the cross country finale took place at Richmond. Results have now been released which saw Darlington Harrier Ladies finish 4th overall and the men 6th.Well done everyone who has competed over the cross country season.

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Start as you mean to go on

Four Harriers headed to the Yorkshire Moors to take on the Captain Cook’s Fell race, part of the Dae Perry Winter Fell race series.This event is approximately 5miles and another event which is of mixed terrain. Starting on road, runners are taken onto a bridleway before starting a steep muddy climb up Captain Cook’s monument,

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