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
MON
17 Jun
4-5 Juniors Training Session Lux Park
TUE
18 Jun
6.30pm Lux Park Adults & Juniors led by Mark - 400/600/800m
5 - 6 Mile Run led by Glenn / 8am Committee Meeting
WED
19 Jun
6.30pm Castle Motors - Run led by Ray - Jog led by Sam - Walk/Jog led by Amanda
Run group under 11min miling - Jog group 11 to 13min miling - Walk/Jog 13+min miling
THU
20 Jun
6.30pm St Cleer Football Club for Mid Summer Run & BBQ after. 7 per person, food & drink from 7.45pm.
4-5 Miles led by Karen S, 5-6 Miles led by Tess. Book your place, contact Lyndsey 07795 403857. All welcome.
FRI
21 Jun

SAT
22 Jun
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
23 Jun
8am Lux Park 8 Miles

Social Events / Races
MON
17 Jun

TUE
18 Jun

WED
19 Jun
Meet Your Max
THU
20 Jun

FRI
21 Jun

SAT
22 Jun
Sticker 5
Holbefest Trail Race
SUN
23 Jun
Torbay Half

Harriers Race Report 9 June 2019.

11 June 2019
Written by: CHRIS ULLMAN


ECH Race Report 11 June 2019.

East Cornwall Harriers Performing Far and Wide last week.

Dave Hannah in his first Ultra Marathon chose the very tough Classic Quarter – 44 miles of tough coastal path and 5531 feet of elevation from the Lizard – the most Southern Point of Cornwall – along the South West Coast Path – via Mullion, Porthleven, Marazion,Penzance Mousehole, Porthcurno and finishing at Sennen Cove the most Easterly Point in Cornwall. A tremendous achievement to complete this in 10.32.53 at the first attempt.

Marcus Wills and Marc Doyle travelled to Staffordshire to compete in the 70.3 Ironman. This race involves a 1.2 mile open water swim, 56 mile bike ride and 13.1 mile half marathon run to finish – totalling 70.3 miles. The hours dedicated to a very hard training schedule paid off. . Marc Doyle with a 33m 58s swim, 2.47.33 bike race and impressive 1.43m half marathon totalled 5h13m 17s.

Marcus Wills had a superb race with a 37m03s swim, 2h 49m 10sec bike race and brilliant 1h 49m Half marathon totalling 5h 27m 21sec. An excellent showing by both Harriers.'

Sharon Daw fresh from her 300th marathon at the Dartmoor Discovery hit the ground running again at the Saxons, Normans Vikings D Day Marathon at Bridlington on 6 th June finishing this race in 4h 56m 11s on a very hot day. Saturady 7 June saw Sharon compete in the extremely hilly Avery Hill Park run – completed in 26 m the onto Walton on Thames for the Explorer Marathon which is part of the Excelsior series 12 in 12 days of Marathons. An excellent run completed in 4h 58m. Not a day of Rest on sunday for Sharon – the Hampshire Hoppit Trail Marathon – very hot and hilly but again a sub 5h marathon – completed in 4h 58m.

Liz Egginton was also on the road with a trip to the Forest of Dean 10k. A Tough Runner Event, the Epic Trail 10k in the Beechenhurst Forest. A circular route up and down a steep hill followed by a smaller hill.

Liz finished in 59m 42 secs a very fine run.

Sunday 9 June was the Saltash Half Marathon hosted by Tamar Trotters and starting and finishing at Saltash Rugby Club. This is a very hilly tough Half Marathon which includes many of the hills in the Magnificent 7.

8 Harriers made the Short trip. 1st harrier home was David Robinson in 1.31.45 and 1st in his MV 40 age group. 2nd Harrier was Matt Davies in 1.33.17. Shane Caughey 1.41.12 was 3rd Harrier Just ahead of Joe Kearns 1.42.28 who was 2nd in his MV 55 age group. Chris Nottle 1.42.47 was next home . Jon Sudell 1.50.48 was 4th in his MV 60 age group. Paul kelsey 2.05.34 was next home ahead of David Lean 2.19 .32. The Harriers also collected 1st Male Team Prize – an excellent result.

Last but certainly not least, Craig Jamieson did the two castles 10k, a flattish point to point between Kenilworth castle and Warwick castle in the Midlands in 54.26 to be the first Harrier back, and Sandra Haynes finished in a chip time of 01:02:05.