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
22 Nov

SAT
23 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
24 Nov
8am Lux Park 8 Miles
MON
25 Nov
4-5 Juniors Training Session Lux Park
TUE
26 Nov
6.30pm Lux Park Adults/Juniors led by Paul, Lake Lane
5 - 6 Mile Run led by Jon 8pm Coaches Meeting (Junior Coaches Glenn/Tess - Back up loc Bus Park)
WED
27 Nov
6.30pm Lux Park - Run led by Ray/ Jog led by Karen/ Walk/Jog led by Sam
Run group under 11min miling - Jog group 11 to 13min miling - Walk/Jog 13+min miling
THU
28 Nov
6.30pm Menheniot for 6 miles led by Terry/Tess - Park by the church

Social Events/Races
FRI
22 Nov

SAT
23 Nov

SUN
24 Nov
Falmouth Mob Match
MON
25 Nov

TUE
26 Nov

WED
27 Nov

THU
28 Nov

ECH Race Report 2 September 2019.

04 September 2019
Written by: JAN SROCZYNSKI


EAST CORNWALL HARRIERS RACE REPORT 2 SEPTEMBER 2019.

Dartmoor High Ground- Freedom Running.

Saturday 31st August saw 2 Harriers at Okehampton North Dartmoor to tackle two tough trail races the Dartmoor 50 and Dartmoor Highground Marathon.

Both races are organised by Freedom Running for runners by runners.

Both races take in the highest hills in the south West includingYes Tor and High Willhays. For the Marathon there is a total elevation of 5250 feet and for the Dartmoor 50, 10189 feet.

Dave Philp was first off at 6 am to tackle the Dartmoor 50. The route is tough but well marked and passes through the remotest parts of Dartmoor. Dave returned a fantastic time of 10h 45m to finish in 10th place overall. Pat Munn was next off to race the Highground Mrarthon. After completing the Dartmorr Crossing last weekend a 34 mile Ultra , Pat was in fine form again and finished in a very quick 4h 29m in 9th place overall. Superb stamina and fitness. Well done to both Harriers.

On 31 August our non stop Marathon specialist Sharon Daw was in Surrey to compete in the Phoenix Running Excalibur 12 race series. Saturday was Excalibur 8 run on hard trails along canal side and riverside paths . Sharon finished in 4h 31m. On Sunday 1st September Sharon started Excalibur 9 and finished the event in 4h 19m which are her best consecutive marathon times. Just 3 more races for Sharon in this series.

In Romania former Harrier Dan Nash running in the 50 km world championships picked up the Bronze Medal with an amazing performance of 2h 49m 1 sec., also smashing the UK 1981 record of Don Ritchie by 3m 28 secs. Truly amazing. Pete & Jenny Nash must be very proud of this superb achievement as are all the Harriers.

Sunday 1 st September saw round 12 of the Cornwall Road Running Grand Prix – the Treggy 7 hosted by Launceston Road Runners. The race starts in Launceston town square and finishes in the spectacular grounds of Launceston Castle. The race is a real up & downer starting with a steep down hill section into the country followed by a 1 mile climb out of the valley to Tregadillet, to return back into Launceston. First Lady Harrier was Revis Crowle in a very quick 49m 51sec and 1st in her FV 55 age category and 5th lady overall. Second Harrier and 2nd lady was Kaye Patterson in 50m 23s and 4th in her age group & 6th lady overall. Chris Ullman was third Harrier in 50m 56secs followed closely by Shane Caughey in 51m 5secs – a very fine race from both.

Joe Kearns 51m12secs was next home and a fine 3rd in his MV 55 age category.

Craig Vaughnley posted an excellent 58m 17 secs and Lucy Oldham 61m 58secs. Sarah Steed recorded 69m 46 secs just ahead of Nikki Pritchard 70m 53 secs. Alex Putna 75m 32 secs was next back ahead of Charlotte Bunt 82m 1 secs.

Some outstanding competition again this week from Harriers competing far and wide.