Finally, a weekend without a storm, or storm-related car-parking implications! Us green and golds were chomping at the bit to get back out at a Harrier league x-country. The sun was out at Alnwick (as was the wind unfortunately) and we had some secret weapons up our sleeve!
Our Wallsend Juniors retained their Championship status in the Blyth Sportshall NOTAN Series for the third year in a row!
It was great to see such a fantastic turn out from our young athletes.
Kasper Pearson was the only child to receive a Grade 1 and broke records in the standing long jump and push throw! There were lots of new faces too, which was wonderful to see and everyone gave it their all in every event. The events included a sprint, throw, endurance run, standing long jump and vertical throw.
Full results here.
It’s not all been flooded car parks and cancelled x-countries this season. While we await rescheduled fixtures (and for storm Ciara to pass) I thought we should look back on some of the New Year highlights…
Barely had we recovered from too much turkey and Christmas pudding and our tenacious Green and Golds were back out in the thick of it (literally) again.
It was another great night to celebrate the achievements of Wallsend Harriers.
The ceremony took place at the Lindisfarne Social Club in Wallsend on Saturday December 7th, 2019.
Read on for a list of all the prizes and recipients. Congratulations to everyone, and remember, you have to be in it to win it so we hope to see lots more new faces picking up trophies in 2020!
A gallery of photos from the night will be up soon.