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
FRI
19 Jan

SAT
20 Jan
8am Minions Marks Run on the Moor 5-6 miles. Meet Hurlers Car Park, All welcome.
10am Brickfields Forum Coached Track session
SUN
21 Jan
8am Lux Park 6 miles
MON
22 Jan
4-5 Juniors Training Session Lux Park
TUE
23 Jan
6.30pm Lux Park Adults led by Mark Briarwood Alternate Reps - Juniors led by Lou/Tess School Car Pk
5 - 6 Mile Run led by Terry / Coaches Meeting 8pm
WED
24 Jan
6.30pm Lux Park Beginners/Novice Social group led by Karen
THU
25 Jan
6.30pm Lux Park Pace 8 miles led by Ian - Inter 8 miles led by Paul - Social 8 miles led by Craig
5 miles led by Rob

Social Events / Races
FRI
19 Jan

SAT
20 Jan
5K Park Series Lanhydrock/Mt Edgecumbe
Juniors Sportshall Launceston College 2-4
SUN
21 Jan
Plym Trail Weekend / The Stinger
Stormforce 10, Camborne
MON
22 Jan

TUE
23 Jan

WED
24 Jan

THU
25 Jan

Cornish Marathon 19 November 2017



<p>EAST CORNWALL HARRIERS MARATHON REPORT 19 NOVEMBER 2017.</p> <p> </p> <p>Sunday 19th November 2017 saw the 33 rd running of the Cornish Marathon and the 30th hosted by East Cornwall Harriers. The race was originally run from Saltash to Lostwithiel &amp; started as a bet between 2 runners. Obviously it would be impossible to run that route now.</p> <p> </p> <p>The race starts at Millenium House Pensilva &amp; heads out to Jamaica Inn via Tokenbury Corner, Darite , Golitha Falls &amp; then at Jamaica Inn turns to return via the Draynes Valley to Golitha Falls before returning to Pensilva through Darite &amp; Crows Nest.</p> <p> </p> <p>As well as stunning scenery on Bodmin Moor there are some very tough hills which provide a real test of stamina for the runners especially between mile 24 &amp; 25.</p> <p> </p> <p>This year again several memorable moments. Last year Oliver Jones &amp; Mark Davidson ran 2 laps of the course 52.4 miles to raise money for Cancer Charities. This year Oliver deservedly won the race . Special mention to Janna Eyre and her supporting runner Laura Milward from Carn Runners who ran the whole race wearing a very heavy awkward Pasty Costume in order to raise money &amp; awareness for Prostate Cancer – the UK's single biggest cancer mortality risk. Not only did Janna complete the race – but in an amazing time of 5h 20m. A Herculean effort. Also in the race was the legendary marathon man Danny Kay – the 76 yrs young man running his 706 th Marathon &amp; finishing in 4h 46m also just winning his class 75 -79. Special mention to Harrier Sharon Daw – running her 160th Marathon and being part of the ladies winning team.</p> <p> </p> <p>The race started quickly and after 2 miles around Pensilva headed out to wards Golitha Falls. After 3 miles Oliver Jones was out in the lead &amp; never looked back to finish first in 2.52.49 a PB for this course ahead of Birchfield Harrier Peter Dimbleby 2.57.29. Chris Gilbert was 2nd Harrier &amp; 4th Overall and 3rd in age category in 3h .00.22. The brilliant Isobel Wykes from Truro Running was 9th finisher overall and 1st lady in 3.12.45.</p> <p>David Philip had a brilliant outing to finish as 3rd Harrier in 3.18.53 b&amp; 1st in his age group. Terry Leech 3.30.43 had an excellent run to finish as 4th Harrier 1st in his age category &amp; part of the team that achieved 2nd place over all.</p> <p>Paul Arrowmith 3.31.13 finished very fast despite suffering a bout of cramp. Clive Shute 3.34.02 was more than pleased with his excellent performance.</p> <p> </p> <p>Diane Roy 3.38.09 was 1st lady Harrier and Jon Tourell Harris 3.39.42 close on her heels as 7th &amp; 8th Harriers. Stuart Timms 3.43.24 also a PB &amp; Helen Morse 3.43 27 were next to finish with Helen 2nd female Harrier &amp; a very fine 3rd in Female under 35. age category.. Kaye Patterson 3.45.49 was 5th in her age category and 3rd lady Harrier. Joe Kearns 3.47.25 a very fine 5th in age category after another consistent run. Ben Harding 3.56.00 a great run to finish well within 4 hours. Sharon Daw 4.01.47 4th lady Harrier &amp; the 4th member of the Harriers winning ladies team. Hayley Stacey 4.03.12 exceeded her expectations with a great run. Tracey Brown 4.06.59 with a solid performance. Club Chairman Mark Andrews 4.26.11 finished just 2m 7 secs in front of Craig Vaughnley who smashed his personal best by some 55 minutes – totally amazing.</p> <p>Emma Handley 4.29.02 and Rachael Young 4.31.56 were the next finishers just ahead of Ray Goodright 4.33.52 who deservedly was 1st in the MV 70- 74 class. .</p> <p> </p> <p>Andrew Sims 4.38.55 just headed off the trio of Leza wall 4.44.30, Natasha Duffey 4.44.30 and Lisa Webb 4.44.46 – superb running from this group. Lucy Oldham 4.49.08 beat the % hr target time . Dave Lean who ran in a Cornish Kilt and Jon Quelch finished together in 5.02.06.</p> <p>Steve Beazley 5.13.09 was another Harrier to post a PB by some 15 minutes. Karen Sims 5.14.54 completed the team.</p> <p>This year 30 Harriers completed the race which is the highest recorded number.</p> <p>The mens team of Oli Jones, Chris Gilbert David Philp &amp; Terry Leech were second and the Ladies team of Diane Roy, Helen Morse, Kaye Patterson &amp; Sharon Daw were first. Our 2nd ladies team of Hayley Stacey,Tracey Brown,Emma Handley and Rachael Young were 4th.</p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p>The club thanks the support of all the Running Clubs who sent runners &amp; provided support especially our friends at Looe Pioneers who sent 16 runners and helped us by providing marshalls.</p> <p> </p> <p>Thanks to the official time keepers , the baggage help – scouts at the best organised Water Stations , Rob Pick the Race Director &amp; Louise Hawkins ..</p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p><strong></strong></p>

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Cornish Marathon - Photos



<p>Photos of the Cornish Marathon are available here ;</p> <p> </p> <p><a>https://www.charleswhittonphotography.com/cornish-marathon-191117</a></p> <p>As a taster here is the only view the rest of the field got of Oli Jones.</p> <p> </p>

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Cornish Marathon Fun Run Report

<p>EAST CORNWALL HARRIERS FUN RUN REPORT 19 NOVEMBER 2017.</p> <p> </p> <p>On Sunday 19 November 2017 after the Cornish Marathon Runners had set off on their race nearly 200 runners assembled at Millenium House Pensilva for the annual Cornish Fun Run.</p> <p> </p> < ;p>The weather was dry but cold and wet under foot. The runners start the 1 mile race with a loop around the sports field before heading off to run on the road around the back of Pensilva Village prior to returning to the sports ground for the final 400 metres.</p> <p> </p> <p>The runners set off at a very brisk pace &amp; were soon well spread out. First home was Bradley Stevens – male over 15 – closely followed by Tyler Gregory male under 13 and Harry Gravener male under 15. The 1st female was Kate Gray F U13, Ella Shaw FU11 2nd and Isobel Thomas F U15 was 3rd.</p> <p> </p> <p>The age group categories were very closely contested.</p> <p> </p> <p>Girls under 7. 1st Evie Bloxham, 2nd Daisie Holland-Rose, 3rd Ilsa Oxenham</p> <p> </p> <p>Girls U9. 1st Jessica Foster, 2nd Alleah Lipscombe 3rd Erin Tamblyn</p> <p> </p> <p>Girls U 11 1st Ella Shaw, 2nd Holly Bloxham, 3rd Thea Woffenden.</p> <p> </p> <p>Girls U13, 1st Kate Gray, 2nd Isobel Taylor, 3rd Isobel James</p> <p> </p> <p>Girls U15. 1st Isobel Thomas.</p> <p> </p> <p>Female over 15. 1st Sarah Roe, 2nd Hayley Marriot, 3rd Lyndsey Saunders</p> <p> </p> <p>Boys Under 7 1st Toby Ayres, 2nd Harrison Smith, 3rd William Hicks.</p> <p> </p> <p>Boys U9, 1st George Crayton, 2nd Harrison Shaw, 3rd Oliver Turley.</p> <p> </p> <p>Boys U11, 1st Dylan Stevens, 2nd Evan Barnes, 3rd Lewis Trubridge.</p> <p> </p> <p>Boys U13 1st Tyler Gregory, 2nd Gregor Norster, 3rd Jacob Holland.</p> <p> </p> <p>Boys U15 1st Harry Gravener, 2nd Leighton Howe.</p> <p> </p> <p>Male Over 15. 1st Bradley Stevens, 2nd James Foster, 3rd Roo Taylor.</p> <p></p> <p>East Cornwall Harriers thank the runners, marshalls &amp; parents for supporting this event which is an important part of Marathon Day.</p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p> </p>

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Cornish Marathon Marshals

<p>i would also like to add my thanks to those of Rob's for the great job all the marshals did ....what a great bunch you are! Thank you Mark Andrews</p>

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Cornish Marathon - a message from the Race Director

<p>As always thanks once again to everyone involved in making yesterday another great success for our club.</p> <p>I would like to thank the Officials; Adjudicator – Doug Alsop and Time Keeper – Linda Pollard , and of course our Sponsors; WBM Groundworks, James Lockyer Associates, Treyo ne Kitchens and Tamar View Fruiterers.</p> <p>We are also greatly appreciative of Raynet (radio communications), the Guides, Dobwalls football club and 1st Liskeard Scouts at the Water Stations, the volunteers from the Children’s Hospice South West doing the Baggage, volunteers from the Lions who helped with car parking, local businesses Gilberts Outfitters and the Pasty Boys in Pensilva who supplied us at favourable rates. Also the businesses in the Industrial Estate who allowed us to park cars down there and the staff in the Millenium Centre.</p> <p>Mostly, I want to thank everyone from ECH who helped;</p> All the Marshals of course – yet again the big thing we got was great feedback from runners saying how friendly and encouraging everybody was. Many club members gave up a lot of their time to work tirelessly and uncomplainingly both before the day and on it, doing a myriad of things, from setting out the course and all the signs, the car parking team, the kitchen team providing endless tea, pasties and cakes, the registration team, the goody bags, everyone at the finish, the results team…………it goes on and on, down to staying to clear up the debris at the end of the day. <p>Thanks to you all.</p> <p>On the running side, what a great turnout - 30 ECH runners. The results were equally impressive with the overall winner Oli Jones from ECH, the ladies team 1st and another ladies team 4th. The men's team 2nd. Fantastic ! On on ECH !!<br /></p> <p> </p> <p>Rob</p>

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Cornish Marathon Fun Run Results

<p>Well done to all the junior athletes that took part in the fun run at the Cornish marathon this year. <a title="Cornish Fun Run 2017 Results" href="http://www.eastcornwallharriers.com/documents/CM_Fun_Run_Results_2017.xlsx" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Here are the results.</a></p&g t;

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Cornish Marathon results

<p>Well done to everyone who ran the Cornish marathon today, and thank you to all the marshals and volunteers who made it happen. The winner of the men's race was ECH's own Oli Jones in a fantastic time of 2.52.49, and the winner of the ladies race was Isobel Wykes of Truro running club in a splendid 3.12.45. The results can be found here: <a href="http://www.eastcornwallharriers.com/documents/cornish marathon 2017.xls">here</a></p>

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Race Reports 11 November 2017.



<p> </p> <p>Sunday 11th of November saw the Annual Remembrance Day run at Marazion on the beach opposite St. Michaels Mount. All runners are asked to wear Red and so the race has a very distinctive appearance &amp; atmosphere.</p> <p>The 4.2 mile race is run on deep sand which is ene rgy sapping &amp; this year made harder with stretches under water due to the high tide.</p> <p>Nine Harriers made the long journey. Darren Harvey was 1st Harrier home in a very fast 28.40 and 3rd in his MV 40 age Group. Ben Harding had a brilliant run to be 2nd Harrier in 30.23. Revis Crowle was 1st lady Harrier in 33.15 and a great 1st in her FV55 age group. Glenn Wood 34.39 4th Harrier just 84 seconds behind Revis. Meeta Nicholls 35.02 was a very fine 2nd in her FV40 category with Kaye Patterson 35.30 just 28 seconds behind. Karl Saunders had another fine run to finish in 36.29 just heading off the consistent Dave Lean 37.29. Mary Mullarkey 47.11 was very pleased to be 2nd FV 65. A good set of performances by The Harriers..</p> <p>EAST CORNWALL HARRIERS RACE REPORT 11 NOVEMBER 2017.</p> <p> </p> <p>Sunday 11th of November saw the Annual Remembrance Day run at Marazion on the beach opposite St. Michaels Mount. All runners are asked to wear Red and so the race has a very distinctive appearance &amp; atmosphere.</p> <p>The 4.2 mile race is run on deep sand which is energy sapping &amp; this year made harder with stretches under water due to the high tide.</p> <p>Nine Harriers made the long journey. Darren Harvey was 1st Harrier home in a very fast 28.40 and 3rd in his MV 40 age Group. Ben Harding had a brilliant run to be 2nd Harrier in 30.23. Revis Crowle was 1st lady Harrier in 33.15 and a great 1st in her FV55 age group. Glenn Wood 34.39 4th Harrier just 84 seconds behind Revis. Meeta Nicholls 35.02 was a very fine 2nd in her FV40 category with Kaye Patterson 35.30 just 28 seconds behind. Karl Saunders had another fine run to finish in 36.29 just heading off the consistent Dave Lean 37.29. Mary Mullarkey 47.11 was very pleased to be 2nd FV 65. A good set of performances by The Harriers..</p> <p> </p> <p>The fast growing sport of Canicross – cross country running with dogs is attracting more competitors to the very well organised events. Over the past few years some East Cornwall Harriers have been involved with this sport and at the weekend 4 Harriers competed at a 2 day event at Newnham Park Plympton.</p> <p>It was a two day event with times being combined from the two days to determine category winners for the event. It was run in a time trial format with runners being sent off approximately 15 seconds apart. The course was approximately 5km and was extreme off-road with plenty of knee high mud, woodland trails, very technical twists and undulations, water, tree obstacles, steep ascents and descents and a short field section. It was a real test of a canine running partnership and required skill as well as speed. </p> <div> <p> </p> </div> <div> <p>Ian Littlewood was first in the Senior Male 1 dog category both days winning that category and setting the fastest combined time of the weekend, 41:34. Ian also ran each race twice (glutton for punishment) and won the Senior Male 2-Dog category both days winning that category and also setting the 6th fastest combined time of 47:17! Louise Littlewood finished first in the Vet Female 2-Dog category both days to win that category, 49:35 combined. Sam Lane was 2nd on day 1 and 3rd on day 2 in the Senior Female 1-Dog category coming 2nd for that category with a combined time of 55:02. Chris Ullman ran just the second day but won the Vet Male 1-dog category day classification (not event) in 26:02. This was both Sam and Chris’s first cani-cross race so both were delighted with the results.</p> </div> <div> <p> </p> </div> <div> <p> </p> </div> <p>Over at Newquay it was another round of the Charles Stanley Westward League Cross Country.</p> <p>Sharon Daw running a much shorter distance than her usual Marathons had a great run to finish 1st in her age Group. The juniors also had a a very good day.</p> <p>Tyler Gregory had a 3rd place in the Cornwall Cross Country Championships &amp; a 1st in the team race.Charli Dawson achieved 4th in the Cornwall Championship and with Tyler gain selection to run for the County. Connie Frith had a great run in the U13 girls and Will Frith in the U11 boys.<br /></p> <p>The fast growing sport of Canicross – cross country running with dogs is attracting more competitors to the very well organised events. Over the past few years some East Cornwall Harriers have been involved with this sport and at the weekend 4 Harriers competed at a 2 day event at Newnham Park Plympton.</p> <p>It was a two day event with times being combined from the two days to determine category winners for the event. It was run in a time trial format with runners being sent off approximately 15 seconds apart. The course was approximately 5km and was extreme off-road with plenty of knee high mud, woodland trails, very technical twists and undulations, water, tree obstacles, steep ascents and descents and a short field section. It was a real test of a canine running partnership and required skill as well as speed. </p> <div> <p> </p> </div> <div> <p>Ian Littlewood was first in the Senior Male 1 dog category both days winning that category and setting the fastest combined time of the weekend, 41:34. Ian also ran each race twice (glutton for punishment) and won the Senior Male 2-Dog category both days winning that category and also setting the 6th fastest combined time of 47:17! Louise Littlewood finished first in the Vet Female 2-Dog category both days to win that category, 49:35 combined. Sam Lane was 2nd on day 1 and 3rd on day 2 in the Senior Female 1-Dog category coming 2nd for that category with a combined time of 55:02. Chris Ullman ran just the second day but won the Vet Male 1-dog category day classification (not event) in 26:02. This was both Sam and Chris’s first cani-cross race so both were delighted with the results.</p> </div> <div> <p> </p> </div> <div> <p> </p> </div> <p>Over at Newquay it was another round of the Charles Stanley Westward League Cross Country.</p> <p>Sharon Daw running a much shorter distance than her usual Marathons had a great run to finish 1st in her age Group. The juniors also had a a very good day.</p> <p> </p> <p>Tyler Gregory had a 3rd place in the Cornwall Cross Country Championships &amp; a 1st in the team race.Charli Dawson achieved 4th in the Cornwall Championship and with Tyler gain selection to run for the County. Connie Frith had a great run in the U13 girls and Will Frith in the U11 boys.<br /><br /></p>

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ECH Christmas Party 2017

<p>Christmas is fast approaching so it is time to book your Christmas Party place. This year we are again holding the ECH Christmas Party at Hannafore Point Hotel in Looe. The date is Friday 15th of December and the price is &pound;25.50 per person. <a href="http://www.eastcornwallharriers.com/documents/ch ristmas party night menu 2017.pdf" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Download the party menu here</a><a>.</a></p> <p>Please can you let Lou Harding know asap if you would like to attend with your menu choices, either by email or text (07754056906). I am not using facebook at the moment so please do not contact me on there.</p> <p>I will need your names and menu choices by the 1st December, payment by the 10th December. We have booked 70 places this year so get your name in early as it will fill up fast.</p> <p>Many thanks</p> <p>Lou Harding</p> <p> </p>

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Cakes, cakes, cakes !

<p>Once again, the annual ECH bake-off is with us. As most of you will know, at the Cornish Marathon each year we like to offer runners and their supporters the opportunity to reward themselves with a nice slice of cake or a bun purchased from our refreshments counter.</p> <p>Please therefore can ev eryone who is able to, set to and create a tasty morcel that we can sell.</p> <p>Any and all offerings very gratefully received.</p> <p>Please bring your masterpieces to the Millenium Centre in Pensilva, either on Saturday morning from about 10:00 when the setting up will be done for an hour or two, or alternatively on the morning of the race on Sunday, any time after about 8:00.</p> <p>Thanks in advance.</p> <p>Rob </p>

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Remembrance Run - Marazion

<p>For those wishing to lift / car share the meet up is in the lower car park at Lux Park, aiming to leave by 9:00am.</p>

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Remembrance Run

<p>PLEASE NOTE:</p> <p>Sunday's Remembrance Run at Marazion is FULL, therefore NO ENTRIES ON THE DAY!</p>

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Harriers Race report 5 November 2017



<p>ECH RACE REPORT 5 NOVEMBER 2017.</p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p>Sunday 5th November 2017 saw Bideford Athletic Club host the Bideford 10 miler, possibly the fastest 10 miler in Devon.</p> <p>The race starts and ends in Bideford.</p> <p>There were over 900 finishers of the race which is a combination of road &amp; trail. The race takes runners out of Bideford following the bank of the Torridge Estuary to Instow and into Yelland and then on to the Tarka Trail running through a tunnel for the return leg.</p> <p>The course is relatively flat with only 3 small hills but was made hard as runners faced a strong headwind on the outer leg.</p> <p> </p> <p>The race was won by Bidefords Shaun Antell in a very respectable 51.19.</p> <p>Five Harriers made the trip.</p> <p>First home was Darren Harvey in 1.05.22 followed by Simon Webber in 1.09.32 which was good enough to place Simon 1st in his MV60 age Group, a brilliant result.</p> <p>Kaye Patterson was third Harrier in 1.16.10. Karl Saunders 1.21.34 was 4th and the fast improving Lyndsey Saunders had a great race to finish in 1.29.49.</p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p>For Sharon Daw another very busy week following on from last Sundays Dartmoor Vale Marathon Sharon managed to find a midweek race &amp; competed in the Halloween Marathon on 31st October at Samphire Hoe Country Park between Folkestone &amp; Dover. Sharon came home in 4.27.42. The next day 1st November Sharon was again at Samphire Hoe to compete in the World Vegan Marathon Challenge and finished the race in 4.19.43 &acirc;&euro;&ldquo; 8 mins faster than the previous day.</p> <p> </p> <p>Sharon moved on to Bristol to run her 4th Marathon of the week the Gordano Round marathon hosted by Portishead Running club in the Gordano Valley on 4th November. Sharon posted 5.14.59 and was 3rd in her age group on the tough course. An exhausting week for our distance specialist who is aiming for 10 marathons in 10 days in November including the Cornish Marathon on 19th November.</p> <p> </p>

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Sunday Morning Training Run (5th november) Revised Start Location

<p>Due to popular demand the 14 mile sunday training run will start from <strong>Lux Park</strong> at 8am and not Minions. </p>

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IMPORTANT - NEWQUAY 10K 2018

<p>Following a recent Meeting by NRR, all Cornish clubs have been allocated a certain number of places which cannot be exceeded. ECH have only been given 25 places and we need to get entries in complete with payment (unattached &pound;15 attached &pound;13), T-Shirt sizes (Ladies 8,10,12,14,16 &amp; M en S,M,L,XL,XXL), full name, DOB, Club &amp; M/F by Sunday Nov 5th as any left-over places will be allocated to unattached runners and those outside the County. </p> <p>Entries to:</p> <p>Mr R Frith, 54 Churchfields Road, Cubert, Newquay, TR8 5JN or email: recollectionsbks@btconnect.com</p> <p>Cheques payable to Newquay Road Runners or online banking Lloyds a/c Newquay Road Runners, Sort: 309603 Account:00112049</p> <p> </p> <p> </p>

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November Training Schedule

<p>November training schedule is now online <a href="http://www.eastcornwallharriers.com/documents/training_schedule_november_2017.pdf">here.</a></p>

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Sunday Morning Training Run (29th October) Revised Start Time

<p>The 24 mile training run from Lux Park tomorrow morning will start at 7am (British Winter Time) not 8am as shown on club training schedule.The good news is you wont loose any sleep by being there at 7am!</p>

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Race Report to 22 October 2017



<p>Photo thanks to Chris Reece<br /><br />As many of our regular runners are currently marathon training there was a reduced entry for the Tavy 7 this year. This testing 7 mile race on the edge of Dartmoor sometimes catches runners out with a not steep but draining climb at the start of the race.<b r /><br />Only 4 Harriers lined up on Sunday 22 October. Chris Ullman was 1st Harrier home in 48.13 - his second best time for the course, just 10 seconds outside his course pb. Second Harrier was Martin Nicholls, making his debut for the Harriers in a very quick 51.20 and 3rd Harrier Meeta Nicholls in 57.01. Ian Wonnacot 1.00.09 completed the team. <br /><br />On Saturday 21 October 2017 Sharon Daw set off to Salcombe to run her weekly Marathon - this time the Salcombe Coastal Marathon. <br />This race took part during the worst of storm Brian &amp; the organisers gave the choice to the runners to pull out if they had any fears over their safety or ability to run in a very testing conditions. 67 runners completed the race &amp; Sharon managed an amazing tine of 5.06.00.</p> <p> </p> <p>Most important date for your Diary 19 November 2017.<br /><br /> Cornish Marathon. Hope to see you all there - running - marshalling or supporting.</p> <p>Its our big day - help make it memorable.</p>

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Newquay 10k 2018 - Advance Entries!

<p>The 2nd GP race in the Cornish Series is Newquay 10k, 4th Feb 2018. Last year places sold out quickly due to the interest of a large Plymouth club called Storm. This year they have already registered their interest by reserving 150 of the 800 available places meaning many Cornish runners may not get a look in! ! So if you wish to run please get your entry in asap.....apparently official Entry Forms will be available by end week on Newquay club website. An extended range of clothing size is available (Revis hopes it's not another hoody!!!) and is required with entry. <strong>So be warned!</strong></p>

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Terry''s Beach Session Saturday 21st October

<p>Unfortunately due to predicted bad weather and high tides it has been decided to postpone the planned beach session. This popular beach training session will be re-arranged for another weekend.</p> <p> </p> <p>For those missing the chance to run out, there will be a run on the moors f rom Minions at 8.00 (which isn't on the schedule).</p>

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