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
THU
26 Apr
6.30pm Lux Park Pace 8 miles led by Ian - Inter 8 miles led by Terry - Social 8 miles led by Amy
5 miles led by Rob
FRI
27 Apr
Marathon Meal at Daddios - Names to Revis by 20th (07811763607) Partners Welcome
SAT
28 Apr
8am Minions Marks Run on the Moor 5-6 miles. Meet Hurlers Car Park, All welcome.
10am Brickfields Track session / 5k Park Series, Lanhydrock-Mt Edgecombe-Eden-Tamar Trails
SUN
29 Apr
8am Lux Park 8 Miles
MON
30 Apr
4-5 Juniors Training Session Lux Park
TUE
01 May
6.30pm Lux Park Adults & Juniors led by Chris - Session TBC
5 - 6 Mile Run led by Glenn
WED
02 May
6.30pm Lux Park Beginners/Novice Social group led by Karen

Social Events / Races
THU
26 Apr

FRI
27 Apr

SAT
28 Apr
Quad Kids Saltash 2 - 4pm
SUN
29 Apr

MON
30 Apr

TUE
01 May

WED
02 May

Harriers Race Report 25 September 2017

26 September 2017
Written by: CHRIS ULLMAN


Saturday 23 September saw the running of the Lanhydrock 10 mile race – round 2 of the Cornwall Multi Terrain Series 2017/18 and also the presentation of the awards for the 2016/17 series. The race provided some excellent performances for the Harriers who took 10 runners to the event.


Chris Ullman 1.15.45 was First Harrier home & 4th in his MV45 category. Helen Morse 1.19.14 was 2nd Harrier, 2nd female overall and 1st in her FU35 age group, a very fine performance.

Ben Harding 1.26.00 was 3rd Harrier home just edging out Hayley Stacey 1.26.12 who was 2nd FV35. Meeta Nicholls 1.30.48 had a brilliant run to get 2nd FV40. Rob Pick 1.30.53 gave a determined performance and was rewarded with 3rd MV60. The fast improving Lucy Oldham 1.39.23 edged out Dave Lean 1.39.52 by just 29 secs.

Tracey Davey 1.41.33 finished just ahead of Emma Dales 1.45.49 - a very good set of results for this tough, hilly but scenic course. We wish Simon Coley a speedy return to running after taking a nasty fall during the race on the slippery terrain following recent rain.


The 2016-2017 Multi-Terrain awards highlighted some excellent performances for the Harriers in the series. Ian Littlewood, the men’s captain, was 12th overall & 1st in the MV35 age group. Chris Ullman was 13th overall & 3rd MV45. Alex Coley finished an excellent 4th MU35. Dave Lean a fine 5th MV55. Ian Crowle a brilliant1st MV55. The men’s team secured joint 3rd place.


In the open female category, Head Coach Revis Crowle was 1st and also 1st in her FV50 age group. Helen Morse was 2nd overall and 1st FU35. Hayley Stacey a very fine 5th overall and 1st FV35. Louise Littlewood was 6th overall & 1st FV45. Meeta Nicholls was 2nd FV40. The Harriers Ladies Team were a brilliant 1st in the series after consistent individual performance throughout the season and deserve credit for their determination & hard work.


Meanwhile 3 of the Crowle family enjoyed a weekend away racing in the Swansea Bay 10k on Sunday 24th September in drizzly conditions. Revis was first home for the family in 42.14 and was placed 2nd FV55 despite there only being 1 second separating the first 2 ladies in this age category and Revis having the faster Chip time! Youngest son Cadan wasn’t far behind in 43.30 and Ian Crowle in 46.26 after pulling a hamstring at 7k. There were over 3500 finishers in this fast flat race that’s dominated by the Kenyans.


A team of 4 Harriers made their way to Devon to run in the Jewsons Barnstaple Half Marathon. First Harrier home was Doug Stacey in 1.21.05 which also gained him a brilliant 2nd place overall. Second Harrier was Terry Leech in 1.35.34 which won him 2nd place in his age group. Glenn Wood turned out another gritty performance to finish in a brilliant 1.44.02. Craig Vaughnley 1.52.45 was well satisfied as he produced a very fine Personal Best by 5 minutes.