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
18 Aug

SAT
19 Aug
8am Minions Marks Run on the Moor 5-6 miles. Meet Hurlers Car Park, All welcome.
10am Brickfields/5K Park Series Lanhydrock/Mt Edgecumbe/1 Mile Reps - Meet Golitha 8.30am
SUN
20 Aug
8am Lux Park 18 miles
MON
21 Aug
SUMMER BREAK - NO JUNIORS
TUE
22 Aug
6.30pm Lux Park Adults & Juniors led Chris - Long Reps
5 - 6 Mile Run led by Craig
WED
23 Aug
6.30pm Meet Minions (Engine House carpark) for Beginners/Novice Social group led by Karen
THU
24 Aug
6.30pm Lux Park Pace 8 miles led by Simon - Inter 8 miles led by Chris - Social 8 miles led by Mark
5 miles led by Tess

Social Events / Races
FRI
18 Aug

SAT
19 Aug
ECH Quiz Night - 7pm Rugby Rooms
Tavi 5k 5kool Run
SUN
20 Aug

MON
21 Aug

TUE
22 Aug

WED
23 Aug

THU
24 Aug

Lady Harriers Shine at Bude

20 June 2017
Written by: JAN SROCZYNSKI


East Cornwall Harriers. Race Report 18 June 2017.


A busy week for East Cornwall Harriers.


On Wednesday 14 June 2017 the annual Bude lifeboat Run – hosted by Bude Rats took place. This is round 7 of the Cornwall Multi Terrain 10 race series. The race is staged in the evening starting & finishing at Bude Rugby Club. The 6 mile race heads out of Bencoolen Meadow alongside the Bude Canal & then turns across fields and up a hill to the summit looking over Widemouth Bay. After that it is a downhill & fast race to the finish at the rugby Club.


A capacity field of 400 runners started the race on a very warm wednesday evening including 18 Harriers. Doug Stacey was first Harrier home in 37.37 and second in his age category. John Picton, was 2nd Harrier in 40.35 and 4th in his age category. Chris Ullman 41.35 third harrier & just 30 seconds behind John & 5th in his age group. Ian Littlewood 41.37 was 4th Harrier home just 64 seconds ahead of Revis Crowle 42.41 and first in her age category. Alex Coley 43.22 had a fine run just heading off the flying Helen Morse 44.12 who was 1st in her age category and Ian Crowle 44.16 who was 3rd in his age group.

Tracey Brown ran brilliantly to finish in 45.43 and get 2nd in her age group. Marcus Wills produced yet another fine run to finish in 46.22.

Hayley Stacey 46.50 battled it out with Louise Littlewood 46.58 to gain 3rd in her age category & Louise was 5th in her age category. Meeta Nicholls 48.32 had another consistent run to finish ahead of the consistent Simon Coley 49.53. Dave Lean the man who prefers running up hills – came home in a 52.58 ahead of the excellent Ray Goodright 54.17 who was 3rd in the Male Vet 70 category.

Steve Beazley 58.43 had another solid run just heading off Sam Hunkin 1.00.59.


To cap off a great set of individual performances our team of Revis Crowle, Hayley Stacey, Tracey Brown & Helen Morse won the Ladies Team Prize. A very good night for the Harriers again.


Glenn Wood took advantage of a visit North to run in the Shrewsbury Half Marathon – despite extreme heat on the day Glenn worked very hard to finish in 1.58.52. pulling out all the reserves over the last 3 miles to beat the 2 hour target.


On Saturday 17 June 2017 it was the Tsunami Coastal Marathon – starting off from the tiny Harbour in Clovelly. This race over 26.2 miles of the most brutal hilly testing coastline involves over 2000 metres of climbing & very many tricky descents – requiring skill & some luck to negotiate. The race starts with the tortuous ascent over the cobbles from Clovelly before heading out along the beautiful scenic but rocky and hilly coast. The race started early but still in very hot weather. The course was organised & very well marshalled by Pure Trail Running with many much needed water & fuel stations on route.

 Sharon Daw Cornwalls fastest County Councillor was 1st female & 5th overall. Diane Roy 6.04.29 was 2nd lady & 10th overall. Brilliant performances from East Cornwalls distance runners.


On 18 th June it was the Burrator Horseshoe a 7 mile hilly excursion around Dartmoor starting from the village of Meavy and going out via Burrator Reservoir, involving some steep hill climbing. Having already run in the Bude Lifeboat Run on Wednesday did not deter speedy husband and wife team Doug and Hayley Stacey from racing again. Doug Stacey finished in 6th place overall in 47.25 and Hayley finished in 61.52. Brilliant performances twice in one week.