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
SAT
17 Nov
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
18 Nov
8.30am St Dominic School 9 Mile MT Run led by Revis around the beautiful lanes and trails of Cotehele.
Breakfast after, names to Revis please, everyone welcome.
MON
19 Nov
4-5 Juniors Training Session Lux Park
TUE
20 Nov
6.30pm Lux Park Adults led by Revis Miller Business Pk / Juniors led by Lou/Glenn School Car Park
5 - 6 Mile Run led by Rob / 8am Committee Meeting
WED
21 Nov
6.30pm Lux Park Beginners/Novice Social group led by Karen
THU
22 Nov
6.30pm Lux Park 8 miles led by Paul/Mark
5 miles led by Tess
FRI
23 Nov


Social Events / Races
SAT
17 Nov

SUN
18 Nov
Lopwell Lopp, Plymouth
MON
19 Nov

TUE
20 Nov

WED
21 Nov

THU
22 Nov

FRI
23 Nov

Race Report 3 December 2017.

05 December 2017
Written by: JAN SROCZYNSKI


EAST CORNWALL HARRIERS RACE REPORT 3 DECEMBER 2017.

On the weekend of 26 November 2017 the Modern British Biathlon Championships took place at Tudor Grange Leisure Centre in Solihull West Midlands. Over 700 of the country's finest young athletes competed in their various age Groups.

Young Harrier Samuel Mills Shute from Plymouth College qualified & competed in the Under 17 male category.

After 2 brilliant performances in the 1 mile run , achieving 5.08 minutes and the 200m swim – Sam gained a Podium place finishing 2nd. A truly brilliant achievement competing at the highest level.

Sunday 3rd November was Round 4 of the Cornwall MTRS 2017 – 2018 series – the annual Race for Wildlife . This 7.5 mile mostly off road run is based at Penwith College Penzance & involves an uphill run inland for the first half of the race with a faster downhill second half. There are brilliant views of Mounts Bay and St. Michaels Mount. As usual the race was very competitive and the pace very fast.

Chris Ullman in 52.34 was first Harrier home & 6th in his age category.

Revis Crowle 55.13 was 2nd Harrier, 1st lady overall & 1st in her FV 55 age group. Hot on her heels was Helen Morse 55.17 – just 4 seconds behind. 2nd Lady overall & 1st in her Female 20-35 age group. A magnificent 1, 2 for our ladies. Martin Nicholls 57.38 was 4th Harrier just ahead of Meeta Nicholls 1.02.18. Emily Young 1.02.43 was next and 4th lady Harrier completing a winning Harriers ladies team.

Karl Saunders 1.03.56 just edged our Rob Pick 1.04.34 .

Mary Mullarkey making another welcome appearance after an injury plagued year was next home in 1.16.11 and was first in her FV 65+ age group.

Another very successful MTRS series race for the Harriers where the ladies team are defending title holders.

On Saturday 2 December – Stephen Woodward was the sole Harrier to race in the Wild Night series Race – the Burrator Noir 10K. A six mile race around Burrator Reservoir. Stephen finished in 48.58 – 1 minute faster than last year and good enough to be 2nd in his MV 50+ age group a great effort.

Our intrepid Farmer, Councillor and long distance specialist Sharon Daw after completing the Cornish Marathon – her 160th race of marathon distance or longer travelled South to East Kent to run in the Saxons , Normans & Vikings 10 in 10 challenge , 10 marathons in 10 days starting on 24 November.

The first Marathon the Samphire Hoe Challenge is based around the Samphire Hoe Nature Reserve which was built with the surplus spoil from the Channel Tunnel, time was 4.28.03. Next was the Fudgeathon – with a theme based on Fudge – a great energy source completed in 4.25.51. Then onto the Saxon shore Lucky Dip along the coast into strong winds – finished in 4.47.23. Next race the Hugin Challenge which takes runners past the fully restored Viking Ship the Hugin . Next was the Relativity Challenge to celebrate 100 years sine Einstein published his theory of Relativity – completed in 4.43.28. Race 6 was the Soul Cake Run to remember the practice of gifting & eating cake for the souls of the departed – completed in 4,59,57. St Andrews Challenge to celebrate the Patron Saint of Scotland , a tough race with very windy conditions , finished in 5.07.02. Race nr 8 was the Advent day Marathon – completed in 4.34.13. Race 9 back to Foulmead but a run around Betteshangar the old Colliery Site. 4.32.31. Sunday 3 December the final Marathon a race around the former Mining Area now restored as a Wild Life park. 262 miles of racing with Sharon pacing herself brilliantly to achieve such consistent times & conserve enough energy to survive. Now 170 completed marathons & 200 firmly in her sights. Very well done. 10 fantastic medals as well to add to an already massive collection. South East Cornwall breeds very fine long distance athletes.