Club Details
East Cornwall Harriers is a very friendly club which welcomes runners of all abilities. The club has the following weekly sessions, which all go from Liskeard Sports and Social Club, Lux Park Sports Centre, Liskeard, unless otherwise stated.

Training Schedule
SUN
20 Jan
Storm Force 10
MON
21 Jan
4-5 Juniors Training Session Lux Park
TUE
22 Jan
6.30pm Lux Park Adults led by Terry Lanchard Loop / Juniors led Lou/Glenn Lake Lane
5 - 6 Mile Run led by Amy / 8pm Coaches Meeting
WED
23 Jan
6.30pm Lux Park Beginners/Novice Social group led by Karen
THU
24 Jan
6.30pm Lux Park 8 miles led by Paul/Glenn
5 miles led by Rob
FRI
25 Jan

SAT
26 Jan
8.30am Seaton for MT Run led by Rob following the new Trepolpen Seythin 10k Route - Breakfast After
10am Brickfields Track session / 5k Park Series, Lanhydrock-Mt Edgecombe-Eden-Tamar Trails

Social Events / Races
SUN
20 Jan
Storm Force 10
The Stinger Duathlon
MON
21 Jan

TUE
22 Jan

WED
23 Jan

THU
24 Jan

FRI
25 Jan

SAT
26 Jan
Sportshall - Bude 2 - 4pm

The return of the Duchy 20

<p>One of the regular fixtures for London marathon trainers has been the Duchy 20. It folded along with the Duchy Marathon in 2013. However it has been resurrected for next year, and you can go online to <a href="https://bit.ly/2BcRR3J">Enter the Duchy 20</a></p>

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Cheryl & Mike''s Christmas Mince Pie night!!!

<p>Tomorrow evening offers a post run festive nibble. Cheryl and Mike have very kindly offered to provide mince pies and cream. So come an join us at LDSA Sports Bar Lux Park after the run.</p>

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Harriers Race Report 3 December 2018



<p>ECH Race Report for 2nd December 2018.</p> <p> </p> <p>On 27 November 2018 Ian Littlewood was the sole Harrier to run in the 5 Mile Roller Coaster trail race at the Tamar Trails Centre. Five challenging hills in 5 miles give this race its name. Ian put in a brilliant run with his dog Thelma to finish in 34m 39 secs - 2nd CaniCross and 3rd overall. A brilliant run on slippery trails.</p> <p> </p> <p>On Sunday 3 December it was Round 5 of the Cornwall Multi Terrain Series of 10 races. This was the Race for Wildlife where some of the race entry money goes to Cornwall Wildlife Trust to help with their work.</p> <p>The 7.5 mile race starts and finishes at Penwith College with a steady 4 mile climb on trails and across field to the moorland – including some stile crossings – before a long downhill to finish at Penwith College.</p> <p> </p> <p>Nine Harriers made the trip and 1st home was the most improved male runner of the Cornwall Road Running Grand Prix – Ben Harding in 49m 47sec and 3rd in his M 35 -39 age group. Second Harrier in 52m 58sec was Darren Harvey. Chris Ullman 54m 44sec was third Harrier and 4th in his MV 45-49 age Group – a very fine effort. Helen Morse- 54m 49s was first lady Harrier and 4th in her 20-34 age category.. Chairman Rob Pick in fine form came home in 55m 33s and 3rd in his MV 60 -64 age group.</p> <p>Revis Crowle 55m 35 s was 2nd lady Harrier and 1st in her FV 55 -59 age group. Arron Crowle in hot pursuit of Revis Crowle finished in 57m 11 secs a fine effort. Amy Williams finished in 65m 14 secs and was an excellent 1st in her 35 -39 age group. Mary Mullarkey was 1st in her Female 70 age group in a very fine 1.21.48.</p> <p>A fine days work for the Harriers collecting 3 first places - 2 third places and two 4th places.</p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p> </p>

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Newquay 10k - payment due

<p>Newquay 10k club places all gone. The race is now officially sold out. The reserve list has also been filled. It is now time for payment, please see Chris Ullman or Lyndsey Saunders with payment and t-shirt size.</p>

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London Marathon Club Draw

<p>The draw took place at 6.35pm (thursday) at Lower car Park Lux park.</p> <p> </p> <p>Congratulations to the lucky winner Lyndsey Saunders, who will be running it on April 28th. The reserve place went to Marc Doyle.</p>

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November Harrier of the Month



<p>Well done <a>Oliver Jones</a> You are the Harrier of the Month for November. Fantastic effort at the Cornish Marathon and raising £750 for charity too.<br />The lengths yo went to to get Harrier of the Month, you don't normally have to run 3 marathons in one day to win!!</p>

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Race Report 25 November 2018



<p>ECH Race Report for 25 November 2018.</p> <p> </p> <p>The Falmouth Mob Match was the Grand Finale to the Cornwall Glass and Glazing road running Grand Prix.</p> <p>After a 5 mile team race around Falmouth there was a presentation of all the Trophies for this years Grand P rix. All runners completing a minimum of 8 races or all 14 races received a much treasured Trophy.</p> <p> </p> <p>Prsentations were made to all the age category winners and runners up. Simon Webber was 1st in the MV 60 age category, Revis Crowle was 1st in her FV 55 age category. Joe Kearns a brilliant 3rd in his MV55 age category. Ben Harding received the trophy for most improved runner in the series.</p> <p> </p> <p>The following Harriers received the 8 races or more trophies :</p> <p>Ian Littlewood [ 4th MV 35 ] Darren Harvey [ 4th MV40 ]. Simon Webber, Joe Kearns, Chris Ullman , Revis Crowle &acirc;&euro;&ldquo; [also 8th overall in series ], Lyndsey Saunders.</p> <p> </p> <p>The mob match results after a very competitive 5 mile &acirc;&euro;&ldquo; hilly dash around Falmouth produced a clutch of Personal Bests for The Harriers. 27 Harriers took part.</p> <p>Drew Clark 1st harrier home in a magnificent sub 30 minutes &acirc;&euro;&ldquo; 29m 49s. Ben harding 31. 22 s, Chris Ullman 33m 34s, Cadan Crowle 33m. 49s, Marcus Wills 34m 27s, Rob Pick 34m 53s, Revis Crowle 35m 16s, Helen Morse 36m 1 s, Joe Kearns 36m 8 s, Alex Coley 36m 44s, Jon Sudell 38m 46s, Mike Egginton 38m 47s, Hayley Stacey 39m 15s, Craig Vauhgnley 41m 26s, Glenn Wood 41m 47 s, Julie Reynolds, 42m 58 s, Ross Temby 43m 24s, Mark Andrews 44m 42s, Dave Lean 44m 56s, Jon Quelch 44m 56s, Lucy Oldham 46m 3 s, Lyndsey saunders 46m 18s, liz Egginton 46m 56s, Holly Garbett 49m 1 sec , Sarah Steed 52m 20s. , Stephen Beazley 52m 30s and Julia Evans 52m 37s.</p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p>Congratulations to Drew Clark, Ben Harding, Cadan Crowle, Julie Reynolds and Marcus Wills on achieving Personal Bests, Marcus by over 2 minutes..</p>

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2019 early Grand Prix races

<p>No sooner is the 2018 year of road racing complete that we start to look ahead to 2019. Dates for the diary and links to enter as follows:</p> <p>Storm Force 10miler 20th January 2019 10.30am</p> <p><a href="http://www.carnrunners.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Storm-Force-10-Ent ry-Form-2019-v1.0.pdf?fbclid=IwAR1I0srOIbGllNooudtEBwkYE0mKQ1_sb5jt4OgAyjYdEx1j70FK4XzIVw4">Stormforce entry</a></p> <p> </p> <p>Newquay 10k 3rd February 2019 9.45am</p> <p><a href="https://www.runbritain.com/RaceDetail.aspx?eventid=75bf06ce5e68&amp;raceid=7ab80acb5962&amp;returnlink=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.runbritain.com%2Fraces%3Fkeyword%3D&amp;month&amp;datefrom&amp;dateto08%2F10%2F2018&amp;distance=10k&amp;region&amp;county&amp;profile&amp;surface&amp;awards&amp;entrants&amp;page=15&amp;pagesize=8&amp;gender=0&amp;onlineentry=0&amp;responseType=html&amp;fbclid=IwAR3TWtHjJAaZ0m9gVwbVm_crStG7acj4K-IFYbLQx5yOcgdZujCdx5sutHY">Newquay entry</a></p> <p>Block entries available details to either the club captains deadline 14th December. We have 25 spaces reserved so don&acirc;&euro;&trade;t delay if you are interested. This is always a sell out</p> <p> </p> <p>Looe 10 miler SATURDAY 23rd February 2019 1.30pm</p> <p> </p> <p><a href="http://www.looepioneers.co.uk/2019-looe-10-miler.html">Looe 10 entry</a></p> <p>Fantastic local race this year being held on the Saturday. Perfect excuse for a Saturday evening social after.</p> <p> </p> <p>Falmouth Half Marathon 17th March 2019 10am</p> <p><a href="https://www.runbritain.com/RaceDetail.aspx?eventid=74b40acb5e5d&amp;raceid=7ebb0acf5e72&amp;returnlink=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.runbritain.com%2Fraces%3Fkeyword%3D&amp;distance=HM&amp;region&amp;county&amp;profile&amp;surface&amp;awards&amp;entrants&amp;page=11&amp;pagesize=8&amp;gender=0&amp;onlineentry=0&amp;responseType=html&amp;fbclid=IwAR2W68EFFSQba6MAejfiYQC2n8d7VfrCKOtEN5tWwciNzuBywso0MnOJgOM">Falmouth entry</a></p>

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Autumn Breakfast Run

<p>We've replaced what would have been our Cornish Marathon this Sunday Nov 18th with a really beautiful multi-terrain breakfast run from St Dominic (park &amp; meet outside Primary School). It's a very social 9 miles, all abilities welcome, taking you down through the village, through Radland Public Footpath , pass Cotehele Mill and Quay into the glorious Cotehele Woods, Danescombe Valley, Calstock Church, through Calstock, back through Cotehele Woods and return to St Dominic via Vogus Lane...lots of lanes, trails and some road.</p> <p>This calls for a well earned hearty breakfast at The Engine House on Kit Hill to round off a fab mornings run. Please let me know if you intend to stay for brekkies so I can give a rough idea of numbers....Revis 07811 763607</p>

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ECH Report 12 November 2018



<p>ECH Race report 12 November 2018.</p> <p> </p> <p>On 4th of November 2018 Simon Webber was the lone representative of the Harriers at the Bideford 10 mile race. The race takes place along the Instow Sea Front and is a mixture of road and track taking in part of the Tarka Trail. Simon completed the 10 miles in 1.08.42 his second fastest time and also good enough for 2nd in his age category.</p> <p> </p> <p>On 10 November 2018 Sharon Daw made her way to the Kent Coast to run the Battle of Britain challenge. A Marathon running both under the White Cliffs of Dover, and then ascending through them to run along the top of them also! Each 8.76 mile loop has around 650 ft of ascent. The course is a figure of 8 with a loop around the trails of Samphire Hoe and a larger loop along the North Downs Way and Cycle Way 2. Sharon completed this in 5.17.32 before travelling onto Walton on Thames to race in the Remembrance Day Run at Walton on Thames a marathon mostly on the Banks of the River Thames. Sharon came home in in 4.46.32. Another 2 marathons in a week putting Sharon well on course to completing 250 Marathons before Christmas – displaying unbelievable stamina and determination.</p> <p> </p> <p>11th of November was the highly popular Remembrance Day Run at Marazion. Competitors are asked to wear something red. Prior to the race is there is a period of 2 minutes silence to honour those who lost their lives in 2 World Wars. The race takes place on the beach in front of St Michaels Mount. The distance is approximately 4.5 miles and includes running in soft wet sand for the whole distance and crossing a river.</p> <p>10 Harriers made the journey and 6 Harriers managed place trophies a tremendous days work.</p> <p> </p> <p>First Harrier Home was Darren Harvey in 34.06 and 2nd in his MV40 age category. Close on his heels in 34.58 was the fast improving Ben Harding taking 3rd in his MV 35 age category. Chairman Rob Pick was 3rd Harrier in 37.18 and 1st in his MV 60 age group. Helen Morse in 38.58 was 2nd in her Female 20 -34 age category and 6th female overall – a brilliant run. Louise Littlewood in the CaniCross category with her dog Ava secured 1st place overall and 1st Female in a brilliant time of 40.20.</p> <p> </p> <p>Mike Egginton in 41.03 was next Harrier just ahead of Amy Williams in 44.09. Dave Lean produced another determined performance to finish in 47.37 ahead of Liz Egginton in 51.39. Mary Mullarkey completed the Harriers team in 52.20 and was 1st in her FV 70 age group – another excellent race by Mary.</p> <p> </p> <p>Saturday 10 November was the East Cornwall Harrier second Plogging Event - running &amp; collecting litter along the roads. For this event the Harriers – led by Craig Vaughnley chose the route of the Cornish Marathon – run on the previous Sunday.</p> <p>Harriers had 4 groups going out. One member travelled back from London just to take part. One group started at Pensilva running to Redgates. Another group starting in Minions running towards Golitha. Then two groups with one running from the Bolventor side of the valley and the other group running the Fowey valley side. 12 bags of rubbish were collected. Some of the group had to run &amp; wade through floods . Happy to report there was not a lot of runners rubbish from the Marathon the runners obeying pre-race instructions and keeping their wrappers and containers with them. There was the usual amount of plastic wrappers and cans – mostly discharged from cars and a complete car bumper. </p> <p> </p> <p><br /><br /></p> <p> </p> <p><br /><br /><br /></p>

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London Marathon Club Place

<p>This year your club has been awarded one club entry to the London Marathon 2019 . All members who meet the eligibility criteria are able apply to enter the draw for the club place. If you wish to enter the draw please complete the eligibilty form found under the 'documents' on the club website and hand the for m together with your London Marathon rejection slip to Mark Andrews in advance of the day of the draw.The draw will take place at 6.35pm on 29th November in the lower car park of Lux Park. Good Luck everybody!</p>

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Thank you Marshals



<p>A HUGE THANK YOU to all marshals on the Cornish Marathon you did a superb job.Thank you Mark</p> <p>P.S. Please would you return all marshalling bibs and lanyards to me.</p> <p> </p>

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Thank You



<p>I would like to say a massive THANK YOU to everyone who has helped and supported the 2018 Cornish Marathon. I have had so many emails and comments from runners and spectators saying what a special race it is. Everyone involved whether sponsor, official, marshal or supporter makes our race special and the runne rs who take part in it really appreciate that. Congratulations to all the runners and thank you again to everyone who made it another successful Cornish. Let's do it all again next year. ;)</p>

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The BIG Plog - Saturday 10th November 2018



<p>The PLOG will take place from Golitha Falls carpark at 9.30am on Saturday, we dont have enough people to complete the whole route but will cover 10 miles of the Golitha Loop. If we can meet at 9.30, I will go through a safety briefing, one group will be driven 5 miles up the Draynes Valley, the other group wil l start from Golitha and will be driven back after 5, I will let you know where to start and stop on Saturday, all equipment will be provided so just turn up in your running gear. See you on Saturday..</p>

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Cornish Marathon and Fun Run Results

<p>Thank you to everyone who ran, helped and supported the Cornish Marathon and Fun Run this year. Here are the results for the <a href="http://www.eastcornwallharriers.com/documents/Cornish Marathon 4th November 2018 Results.xlsx">Cornish Marathon</a> and for the <a href="http://www.eastcornwallha rriers.com/documents/CM_Fun_Run_Results_2018.xlsx">Fun Run</a>. Look forward to seeing you all next year.</p>

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Good Luck to all the Marathon Runners

<p>Good luck to all the marathon runners taking part in the Cornish Marathon tomorrow. A big thank you to everyone who has helped in the run up to the event and who is helping on the day. See you all tomorrow. Lou</p>

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The BIG Plog - Saturday 10th November 2018

<p>I still need lots of Volunteers for the BIG PLOG, could you please email me via membershipech@gmail.com to let me know that you can support, could I ask Wednesday club leaders to share this with their runners as well..</p> <p>I have 2 people and NEED 16 !! If I only get a few we will still PLOG bu t wont be able do the ENTIRE route.. </p> <p>The Maximum distance will be 5 miles (ish)</p> <p>Please let me know by Sunday 4th November..</p> <p>Thank you </p> <p>Craig - Membership Secretary</p>

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Race Report 28 October 2018.



<p>EAST CORNWALL HARRIERS RACE REPORT 28 October 2018.</p> <p> </p> <p>A fantastic 10 days for long distance specialist Sharon Daw who is storming towards completing her goal of 100 Marathons in 100 weeks – one of the Global Marathon Challenges.</p> <p> </p> &l t;p>Sharon is hoping to pass this mark at the Cornish Marathon on the 4th of November 2018. Sharon is also well on her way to her 250th Marathon – which she hopes to achieve in December.</p> <p> </p> <p>Sharon took on and completed 4 off road races in 9 days. Theses trail marathons &amp; ultras are very tough races.</p> <p> </p> <p>On October 18th Sharon complete the Ricksmanworth Challenge Marathon in 4.41.39.</p> <p> </p> <p>20th October saw Sharon take on the Saxons Normans and Vikings Beerathon Ultra of 30 miles which Sharon completed in 5.53.35.</p> <p> </p> <p>21st October onto the Ranscombe Challenge another 30 mile ultra completed in 5.54.02. Brilliant consistent distance running for back to back Ultras.</p> <p> </p> <p>27 October and slightly nearer home the Exmoor Trail Running Challenge a very tough Marathon completed in 6.05.51.</p> <p>Hopefully we can all help her celebrate her magnificent personal triumph at the Blue Riband Event of Cornish Running the Cornish Marathon on 4th November at Pensilva.</p> <p> </p> <p>Meanwhile on Dartmoor on Sunday 28th October, Chris Ullman was the only Harrier to race in the Dartmoor Vale Races and the wind was a major factor – but it did not stop Chris – he kept right on, getting a top 15 finish and 3rd in his MV45 age category in the Half Marathon with a brilliant time of 1.33.21 just 1 second slower than last year in much harder conditions.</p> <p> </p> <p>Also on Dartmoor at Tavistock it was the very popular Tavy 7 and over 500 runners made it to the start including 6 Harriers. The undulating all road race was made more testing with strong wind but despite this some excellent times were achieved.</p> <p>Ian Trice was first Harrier home in a brilliant 46.26 and 5th in his MV40 age group. Joe Kearns had a blistering run to finish in 51.42 and 3rd in his MV 55 age category. Martin Nicholls 55.09 and 3rd Harrier had another good race finishing ahead of Meeta Nicholls 58.02 who had a positive 9th in her age category. Julie Reynolds 61.53 a brilliant time and 11th in her age category – a good mornings work. Craig Jamieson 64.50 with a good run completed the team results.</p> <p> </p> <p>Sunday 4 th November 2018 is the Cornish Marathon and a full field of 450 runners will be setting off from Pensilva to run to Jamaica Inn and back via Golitha Falls and Crows Nest. Spectators are welcomed to cheer the runners on and there are really good access points along the route at Tokenbury Corner, Crows Nest, Golitha Falls, Wenmouth Cross, Jamaica Inn and the Draynes Valley. After the main race leaves Millenium House there is a Fun Run from the race centre around Pensilva and there is entry on the day for this- so all are welcome.</p> <p> </p> <p> </p>

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Cakes for the Marathon

<p>Cornish Marathon weekend is almost here so it is that time of year again when we ask for all the great British bakers in the club to get your cake making hats on and make cakes, biscuits and sweet treats to sell on the day. Anything you can make would be greatly received. We will be setting up Saturday 3rd N ov from 10am at the Millennium Centre Pensilva for a few hours so they can be dropped off then or bring them Sunday morning from 8am. Keep your fingers crossed for the weather and look forward to seeing you on Sunday.</p>

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Fall Back!

<p>Don't forget tonight the clocks change and go back an hour. Enjoy your extra hour in bed tomorrow morning. :)</p>

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