Weekend roundup 13/09/15

Stirling 10k

With Stephen Trainer and Andrew Harkins missing out through injury, it was left to David Henderson and David Tamburini to represent Glenpark at the Scottish 10k champs in Stirling. Both had good runs, just missing out on PBs in the high quality field, in a race won by local athlete Craig Ruddy.

38th David Henderson 34:25
62nd David Tamburini 35:14

Kilmacolm Races


There was a strong turnout from the Harriers at Kilmacolm, with Paul Monaghan taking a well deserved win in the half marathon, with an excellent time and PB of 1:16:19, having run most of the race on his own. GGH took 4 of the first 6 places, with Andrew White also on the podium and Danny McLaughlin 4th and 1st V50. Micky Dunn was 1st V60.


1 Paul Monaghan 1:16:19
3 Andrew White 1:20:53
4 Danny Mclaughlin 1:23:15 (1st V50)
6 Chris Watson 1:24:50
18 Stuart Crawford 1:32:26
23 David Roberts 1:35:10
24 Micky Dunn 1:34:51 (1st V60)
35 John Stevenson 1:37:45
104 Ian Hanley 2:03:16
112 Eileen Stevenson 2:04:52

In the 10k race, there were good runs from Andrew Osborne and Daniel Doherty, and Robert Wilson Snr was first V60. There were also encouraging debuts from new members Ryan Campbell and Kirsty Ormond, and a well earned PB for Simon Hutton.


4 Andrew Osborne 36:51
8 Daniel Doherty 38:21
16 Robert Wilson (Jnr) 40:36
19 Robert Wilson (Snr) 41:38 (1st V60)
55 Rhonda White 46:47
59 Ryan Campbell 47:38
61 John Carruthers 47:57
62 Frank Mcmahon 48:07
78 Simon Hutton 50:06
82 Marian Monk 51:02
91 Kirsty Ormond 51:53
107 Claire Monaghan 55:45
108 Lisa Ruddy 56:18
124 Lesley Nelson 1:00:05
128 Angela Hill 1:01:08

Great North Run 

A few Harriers joined the masses on Tyneside for the Great North Run half marathon:

Phil Russell 1:32:51
Gordon Hepburn 1:38:43
George Mitchell 1:40:10

Next Saturday the Harriers kick-off a new season with the 4k JG Cameron race, which is the traditional selection race for the upcoming short relay season, followed by the prize giving at the Royal West boat club on the Esplanade.

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