What is the collective noun for a large group of Postal Harriers? Whatever it is, the pack was in evidence this weekend. Results as follows
We have an update as Dave Cook successfully completed the Hardmoors Saltburn Marathon. All 28 miles in 6hr25mins. Well done Dave.
28 miles I hear you say! You get free bonus miles at Hardmoors events, real value for money. And no one complains that the course is long!
PECO Cross Country League, Race 5 at Roundhay Park. Well done to all 11 Harriers taking part.
171st - Mel Ellwood 43.42
365th - Lisa Ellwood 60.11
15th - Ian Ellwood 29.04
79th - Glynn Ellwood 31.16
128th - Simon Partridge 32.55
188th - Danny Clayton 34.50
272nd - Andy Heather 37.56
348th - Sean Withill 40.46
374th - Phil Raddall 42.18
400th - Jonathan Richardson 44.00
456th - Andy Ellwood 56.50
41st - Mark Whitby 21.28
14th - Simon Middleton 19.38
15th - Tom Boyle 19.46
17th - Darren Baker 19.58
26th - Mark Thompson 20.44
35th - Patrick Hough 21.24
113th - Andy Heather 25.00 (this deserves special mention, pacing 25 minutes bang on in that wind was some achievement, well done Andy)
224th - Helena Senior 31.38 (another special mention for a new PB, in headwinds that at times almost brought you to a standstill. Big things on the horizon Helena when the wind dies down)
236th - Lisa Ellwood 32.17
Minster FM & York Sport Charity Triathlon
Four Harriers took part in the first charity triathlon organised by Minster FM and held at York Sports Village. Teams of 6 worked in relays to cover as much distance as possible with 4 hours in the pool followed by 4 hours on the bikes and 4 hours running.
Ian Smithson & Danielle Gordon represented the Trigger Happy Tri team raising money for New Earswick pool. They came a superb 2nd place covering 180K, only 18K behind the winning team, York Tri Club.
Lucy Turner & Simon Middleton were part of the Make It York team and they covered 173K to finish in 3rd place out of 6 teams. The highlight being Lucy's effort in the pool where she covered a parkrun distance in the pool alone.