Sefton Park 5

There was a good turnout at the Tony Barnes Memorial Sefton Park 5 mile race held on Wednesday with all the podium finishers being from the Harriers.

Haccalu Hundeessaa won the race in 25:49 with James McNally 2nd in 26:06 and Laurie Luscombe 3rd in 26:48.

Full results can be found HERE.

Harriers Results
1st - Haccalu Hundeessaa – 25:49
2nd – James McNally – 26:06
3rd – Laurie Luscombe – 26:48 (PB)
4th – Joe Grundy – 27:24 (PB)
23rd – Anthony Wilcox – 29:26
28th – Rob Williams – 30:18
95th – Helen Sahgal – 33:58

Hexham Combined Events International

Congratulations to Anna Rowe who won the Home Counties Combined Events International at Hexham this weekend.

Anna (U17) was competing for England as an U20 in her first senior (weights and hurdle heights) Heptathlon event and came out as the winner with 4977 points despite a very debilitating chest infection.

Anna achieved personal bests in the Hurdles, Shot and Long Jump, and season’s bests in High Jump and 200m. Her score of 4977 places her 2nd in the UK U20 rankings for 2015 behind Morgan Lake, with 2 more seasons left to go competing as an U20.

Results are being updated but will appear HERE.


YDL Upper Age

We’re pleased to report that subject to scrutiny we won the YDL Upper Age group match on Sunday at Wirral by 54.5 match points from Blackburn Harriers in 2nd. That places us firmly at the top of the league table with 28 league points to Blackburn in second with 19.

Congratulations to all and those who have competed over the different matches – we have now secured promotion to Premier Division 2 next year.

Results are available HERE.

British Masters Championships

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We had a successful weekend at the British Masters Athletics Championships held in Birmingham, returning with 5 gold medals and a bronze.

Daniel Graham took gold in the V35 High Jump with 2.00m, Rachael Burns took gold in both the V35 800m (2:18.29) and 1500m (4:44.22) and Sarah Singleton took gold in the V45 800m (2:27.45), 5000m (18:35.88) and a bronze in the V45 1500m (4:58.67).

Sarah’s time in the 5000m also puts her top of the UK V45 Rankings for 2015.

Full results are available HERE.