wet weekend of running

wet weekend of running

Paul Peacock and Kirsty Naylor at Bramham 10kA wet weekend with not a lot on offer, (until Sunday evening when you could watch a disappointing football match) made Kirsty Naylor and Paul Peacock decide to go off to Bramham on Sunday to enter on the day the Bramham...
running far and wide

running far and wide

There was a dearth of races this weekend but Phillip Craig managed to find one, the Masham 6 hour challenge, which is “just what it says on the tin”!  You run as far as you can in 6 hours on a set, 3.55 mile course in the lovely countryside around Masham....
Harriers running far and wide, day and night…

Harriers running far and wide, day and night…

The second race in two weeks in the HDSRL Series took place at Ilkley on Thursday evening, with 15 club members present out of the 366 finishers. The evening was pleasant enough for the race of about 5 miles, which starts from Ilkley Rugby Club before a long, long...
Sutton Bank run and feast

Sutton Bank run and feast

Large contingent at the HDSRL event on Sutton BankOn a warm, sunny evening on Sutton Bank, a large number of runners, 364, assembled for the latest HDSRL fixture, hosted by the club. Conditions were warm for running, and the long uphill pull on the road from the start...
new races and relays

new races and relays

About 40 members were busy last weekend taking part in the Cleveland Way Relays, beginning in Filey at 5am and ending in Helmsley, a total of about 110 miles. Thanks to Marc Davies and Rosie Gatenby for arranging the two teams, and allotting to each member a distance...
Harriers racing on fells and roads

Harriers racing on fells and roads

The popular HDSRL continued this week with the latest event organised by Nidd Valley. A field of 412 demonstrates their continuing appeal, and 46 of them were Thirsk and Sowerby members, and Luke McNiff was the first of them, 33rd in 31.35. Next came Richard Grant,...