Don’t forget that from now through the summer months the Tuesday night sessions will be in the Rising Sun Country Park.
Meet at Asda car park near the car wash at normal time (6.20pm for a 6.30pm start).
Thursday night sessions will still go from Hadrian Leisure Centre.
Results are out now! Click here.
Full race report to follow.
The sun has been shining and so have the Green and Gold performances!
Over the last few days we’ve had eight vet teams fly the flag at Jarrow in the NEMAA Road Relay Championships, nine juniors at Round 2 of the NOTAN Summer Grand Prix and a tenacious band of Wallsend and Blyth athletes at the first track and field meet of the season at the formidable Gateshead Stadium.
If ever there was a day to be a Wallsend Harrier it was this day. Sunday 23rd April 2018. A day to come together in memory of our beloved, much-missed chairman Terry O’Gara. A day to run in green and gold, to support, to cheer, to give it your all and make him proud.
As Spring finally appears to be making an appearance, our Green and Golds have been doing the same at races across the North East and beyond…
Adam won the opening SGP of the season, coming home in a combined time of 17m20, with Kayleigh Dunn and Lee Pattinson completing the podium in 18m06 and 18m30 respectively.
Sam Charlton was the fastest male of the evening, equalling his own course record in 10m14. Not bad for supposedly taking it easy!
However the performance of the night goes to Erin Prior, who broke her own female course record of 12m40 with a tremendous 12m26!!! A brilliant effort indeed!
A fantastic turnout of 41 took part this evening. Full results are here.
Finally, a huge thank you to our event volunteers; Bill Todd, Mick Costello and Simon Williams for enabling the event to go ahead.