Sue Phillips

Weekly Round up w/e 4th December

Club Christmas Appeal How do I?… Club Championship Points can be found here Volunteering Awards Friday saw the annual England Athletics Awards take place at ‘Sid’ James Park in Newcastle. These annual awards are in place to recognise individuals and clubs alike for their work in the sport and in and around the community. It …

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Virtual 5k Relay (June 2020)

Huge thank you to all the athletes who supported this event, the results are in… Outstanding performances and excellent runs from all the athletes, the team of Steven Craggs and Ed Lamb (or “Steve-Ed Cr-amb” as we’re dubbing them) came out on top with a combined time of 20.49. Both Steven & Ed exceeded their …

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Junior Milers

It was great to see some of our Junior Harriers continuing the spirit of lockdown with more virtual competition. This time it was simple – run one mile as fast as you can. Preferably over a reasonbly flat course (not all downhill!), and you can have as many attempts as you like before submitting your …

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DHAC Virtual Mile (May 2020)

The first of virtual events is complete, a huge well done and thank you to all those who supported the event, with 50% of funds raised going to NHS Trust Our next event is now live, a 5k relay, details can be found HERE Virtual Race Results Time Name Age Cat 5.34 Mia Wetherill U17 …

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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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Podium Place at the Masters

Saturday saw five of our over 35 year old athletes head to Cramlington to compete in the NEMAA XC Championships in what can only be described as windy conditions. In the first race Sue Phillips finished 26th overall but finished 2nd LV55 while Ian Barnes finished 75th and 1st MV85. In race two, once again …

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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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Jade has a Monk on

A 5.5 mile multi-terrain race from Hart Village through the dene was the destination for six of our Harriers this Sunday as they ran the Old Monks race. This race begins on trail and goes into dene, with challenging climbs before runners head back onto flat tarmac back to the finish. Jade Hutchinson was once …

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Champions

As confirmed last week, the club will see itself back in League 3 next season after seeing the club placed back in Division 4 after parting ways with CLS last season. Congratulations to team captains Paul Allan and Sue Phillips and every single member who has contributed to the success this season.Promotion next season is …

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Seniors Win at Hexham

It was another successful day at the Track and Field event 2 on Sunday at Hexham. Team captains Paul Allan and Sue Phillips and their merry band of men and women stormed to victory once again amassing 473pts, way ahead of second place Blaydon with 369 and Haughton/Jarrow with 315 in third. Once again, every …

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NYMAC Relays

Thursday night saw another large turnout at the NYMAC relays at Stewarts Park. This event is always well organised and an excellent chance for members to get together and form teams of 4 regardless of speed. Some great performances of the night including a 1st place for Bernadette Caygill, Sue Phillips, Linda Noble and Tori …

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Top dogs at the Senior league

The club made a perfect start at the North of England Senior League at York on May 19th. With points scored for position in each race in addition to points accrued for officials these competitions are a true team event. Team captains Paul Allan and Sue Phillips led their troops into battle and came out …

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Taylor’s Record Tarnished

On a warm Sunday at Raby castle we had a number of runners in action in both the 5km and 10km events. Nova Tarn the only senior in the 5km race finished 21st in 26:44 with junior competitor Charlie Holdcroft 28th in 28:50. In the 10km race it was Nova’s husband Wes who took the …

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NEMAA Relays for a while

A handful of Harriers headed to Jarrow to take part in the 3 person relay event, each runner completing 3km per leg. With three competitive teams representing the club on the evening all runners did themselves proud. The ladies V35 team finished in 2nd place only to the Athletics Giants Morpeth while the mens V35 …

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Mitchell takes Honours

Mermaid 10km is a very popular race on the local circuit due to it’s flat course profile and a real chance to get a personal best early in the season and for some this delivered. Adam Mitchell was first Harrier home after sitting on team mate Paul Allan’s shoulder for most of the race before …

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Port in any Storm

Last week we told you that John Clifford, Sue Phillips and Steve Wilkinson all took part in the Port of Blyth 10k, last Sunday morning, well results are now in.John Clifford was first over the line in a quality field, finishing in 20th position in 33:49 and claiming 3rd V45 in the process. Steven Wilkinson …

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Three on the Port

John Clifford, Sue Phillips and Steve Wilkinson headed to the fifteenth running of the Blyth Valley 10k, on Sunday morning, a race which has been renamed the Port of Blyth 10K. The race is run from Blyth Quayside to Seaton Sluice and back, along public footpaths and cycle ways. The course is very flat and …

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