Club Race Report – 12th February 2023
Another fairly quiet week, with only the highest class international road racing event and high quality league XC running to break it up. So, you know. Quiet.
Taking on the parkruns this week:
Adam McCann 18:14PB and first finisher, Neil Campbell 20:41, ADav 22:29, Anton Piatek 25:35, Coach Sinead O’Hare 26:35, Paul Skillen 26:36, Cathy Ryan 28:44, Clare Teer 29:18, Terri Ganley 32:47PB, Martin McCready 34:10, John Teer 37:46
Jim Hewitt 25:10, Lord Ian Brennan 25:57, Joe Mathers 25:57, Marie McBrien 27:55, Shane McBrien 29:24, Hollie Brennan 44:12, Suzanne Brennan 45:51
Robbie Gould 21:39, Stephen Semple 24:00, Maeve Kennedy 24:40, Sharon Dunn 32:06, Stevo Armour 32:07
And Obviously Dermot Boyd 32:02PB
Stephen Murphy 22:09PB, Carrie Murphy 32:33PB, Elaine Kennedy 49:37
Johnny Carey 24:45
Tom Fleming 16:36 and first finisher, Rory Mason 26:54, Matthew Hawkins 32:51PB, Ciaran Hawkins 32:59
Crawfordsburn Country parkrun:
Elijah Cushley 21:24PB
Garvagh Forest parkrun:
Owen Fulton 29:27
Jordanstown Junior parkrun:
Matthew Hawkins 12:54, Andrea Bradley 13:28, Coach Sinead O’Hare 18:47
Waterworks junior parkrun:
Leo McAuley 7:57 and second finisher, Joseph Eager 8:33PB, Hollie Brennan 14:26, Caleb Ladd 14:37, Alice McAuley 14:40PB
In other racing, we had Harrier representation at the ever impressive Armagh International Road Race Series on Thursday night. Kevin Donnelly completed the 3k in 10:06
Then the mudsuckers were back at it again on Saturday, this time at the latest league event at Stormont:
U13 Boys & Girls
Eloise McAuley 7:48, Joseph Eager 8:08, Leo McAuley 12:05
Suzanne Brennan 25:05, Nuala Muldoon 27:24, Sharon Dunn 28:11, Joanne Milne 30:34
Michael Crossan 26:46, Kevin Donnelly 27:37, Robbie Gould 28:03, Stevo Armour 28:55, Stephen Gallagher 29:06, Micky McAuley 29:07, Ben Davidson 29:10, Ciaran Wright 30:34
In other mysteries, the Alan Erwin quiz has still not been killed off. Work that one out.
First of all, last week’s answer – Alan Erwin. So well done again if you got that one.
This week’s question is:
Which Harrier has left their straighteners on since June 1983?
Answers on a postcard to the usual address.
So this week’s tune is for all you lovers out there. So, on Tuesday evening, cuddle up close to your loved one (or someone else’s if that way inclined) and sing this in their ear. Happy Valentine’s Day Harriers.
Until next week, behave.