Cross Challenge Inc Euro Trials – Sefton Park -Sat 27th November
Many thanks to the gang of volunteers who reset the course on the Saturday morning after significant storm damage overnight. It was cold and very windy, but there were some terrific performances from Liverpool Harriers athletes.
The highlight from a club point of view were our superstars at U13G, where we picked up a 1-2-3 after a terrific race when the long time leader was passed in the home finish. Bailey Hughes took victory by the narrowest of margins from Isabella Doran with Lexie Ellis third
These were the pick of the Harrier performances from the other races.
? Results: https://t.co/76lVl50O7S
U11B – Noah Mutch 16th
U11G – Beau Rawcliffe 3rd, Evie Worrall 5th
U13G – Bailey Hughes 1st, Isabella Doran 2nd, Lexie Ellis 3RD
U13B – Charlie Rigby 7th
U15B – Oscar Kewley 21st
U15G – Lara Bellingham 54th
U17W – Grace Tobin 33rd
U17M – Liam McCay 11th
U20W – Fiona Corrick 32nd
U20M – Jamie Ford 98th
SW – Alex O’Brien 63rd
SM – Jonny Mellor 29th
MACCL – Kenworthy Woods – Sat 4th December
Some excellent results from our juniors in very muddy conditions in Manchester.
U11B – 3rd team
U11G – Bonita Kewley 3rd. 1st & 2nd team
U13B – Charlie Rigby 3rd, team 3rd
U13G – Lexie Ellis 1st, Erin Fay 2nd, Bailey Hughes 3rd. 1st and 2nd team
U15B – 1st Max Webster. 1st team
U17W – Grace Tobin 3rd
results are at http://maccl.co.uk/results/
English Schools Cup – Newquay – Sat 4th December
Oscar Kewley finished 23rd in the U15B race
Manchester Indoor Open – Sun 5th December
Good to see a handful of Liverpool Harriers get their indoor campaign underway at Manchester.
Elliott Griffiths managed PBs in the high jump and LJ. Meg Corker got her 60m and 60mH underway, Matty Liu opened his LJ season and Terry Macklin ran a 600m
results available at:https://www.thepowerof10.info/results/results.aspx?meetingid=428896
CP National Sports Awards 2021
Coach of the Year Award: Paul Rudkin
Paul coaches three times a week at Liverpool Harriers and has a dedicated athletics development programme for children aged 9 to 12 and is the lead diversity coach and mentor for para athletes. In the last 12 months, he has become an international track and field official and coached Reece Day to become a double national champion.