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
25 Apr
6.30pm Lux Park 8 miles led by Paul/Mark
5 miles led by Amy
FRI
26 Apr

SAT
27 Apr
8am Deerpark Forest, 5-6 miles, led by Mark, All welcome.
10am Brickfields Track session / 5k Park Series, Lanhydrock-Mt Edgcumbe-Eden-Tamar Trails
SUN
28 Apr
8am Lux Park, 8 miles led by Mark
MON
29 Apr
4-5 Juniors Training Session Lux Park
TUE
30 Apr
6.30pm Lux Park Adults & Juniors led by Chris, 300m reps x 10
5 - 6 Mile Run led by Revis

Social Events / Races
THU
25 Apr

FRI
26 Apr

SAT
27 Apr

SUN
28 Apr
Cornwall Tri/Mini Tri St Ives
LONDON MARATHON
MON
29 Apr

TUE
30 Apr

ECH Race Report 25 March 2019

27 March 2019
Written by: CHRIS ULLMAN


EAST CORNWALL HARRIERS RACE REPORT. 24 MARCH 2019.

DO NOT FORGET. This Sunday our New Race Trepolpen Seythin- 10 k at Seaton. You can enter on the day if you have not already done so.

What a week for Harrier Sharon Daw with 4 back to back Marathons and then the Tavy 13 Half Marathon.

Sharon started on Saturday 16 March at Wokingham Waterside centre for the Saturn Running Doh'Nut challenge completed in 5.14.00 after first marshalling the Reading Park Run. After that the long drive to Wrexham in North Wales for the Wrexham Running Festival on 17 March for what turned out to be a tough outing on a flooded course with high winds to contend with. Sharon finished in 4.59.14.After the race a journey South to Telford to compete in the “ How Hard Can It Be Events” Codopoly Marathon. The race is run around the historic parts of Ironbridge, Coalport and Lightmoor . Sharon finished in 5.23.47. Day 4 of this tough schedule was a journey south to Brixworth in Northamptonshire for the Big Foot Challenge. This race is 8 laps around the lovely Pitsford Reservoir . Maintaining her regular pace Sharon finished in 5.04.09 and then the long drive back to Cornwall in time to start the Tavy 13 Half Marathon which Sharon completed in 2.00.29.

Another Harrier on their travels was Craig Jamieson who made the start at the Malaga Half Marathon which was a bit more hilly than Craig thought, but he managed to complete in 1.55.07 – just a minute off his PB.

Sunday 24th March was the Tavy 13 hosted by Tavistock Athletic Club. The race starts and finishes at Tavistock College Athletics track – with a run out onto the Dartmoor hills – the first 7 miles being mostly up hill. Six Harriers lined up and Ian Trice was first Harrier home in a brilliant 1.29.14 and 3rd in his MV40 age group. Second Harrier was Kaye Patterson in 1.39.20 - 7th lady and 4th in her age category another excellent performance. Rosalie Goldsworthy 1.41.16 was 3rd Harrier and 1st in her FV 40 age category a brilliant run. Glenn Wood 1.53.55 was next home with another resolute performance. Chris Nottle 1.56.55 was next home.

Sunday 24th March was the first running of the Tamar Bridge 10k and the race commenced with a full field of 500 runners. The organisers had set a tough course for the runners with 2 steep climbs to challenge them. Thirteen Harriers made it to the start. 1st home was Gary Hunt in 48.26 followed by Natasha Duffey in 51.08. Jane Wicks 52.49 was 3rd Harrier . Michael Palmer 56.43 an excellent time in his MV 70 age cat. Colin Miller 57.23 just ahead of Dave Lean 59.19. Leza Wall 1.00.08 just leading Sarah Steed 1.01.38. Holly Garbett 1.05.43 pipped Lucy Benham 1.06.39 by less than a minute and Kelly Benham 1.06.40. Lucy Smale & Kelly Buck 1.12.18 finished together. A very good outing for the Harriers.