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Milland 2017 ResultsPosted by Admin 2017-04-23 17:24:08 Posted In Club Races
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Turkey Trot Results 2016Posted by Admin 2016-10-09 00:00:00 Posted In Club Races
The club's annual Turkey trot took place on December 13th 2016.
Results can be downloaded Seniors here
Hellingly 10k 2016Posted by Admin 2016-09-15 05:06:15 Posted In Club Races
"Successes at the John Faulds Hellingly 10k Road Race"
|Harriers at the Hellingly 10k 2016|
Hailsham Harriers held their own road race as part of the Sussex Grand Prix series with the John Faulds Hellingly 10k.
This year was its 32nd event held over an undulating course from Hellingly village to Magham Down, the outskirts of Cowbeech, Cinderford Lane and back to Hellingly down Grove Hill and Mill Lane.
The entry of 300 runners was reached on the day and included 41 Harriers in a competitive field and with warm sunshine and it was a challenge for the runners to keep cool with extensive use of the drinks station at the 5k mark.
This year saw Glen Driver from Haywards Heath Harriers take the win in 33m52s from a previous winner Daniel Anderson Hastings AC with 34m17s and in the ladies a great win by Harrier Fiona DeMauny in 39m28s.
In the team awards mens Haywards Heath Harriers took 1st from Eastbourne Rovers 2nd and Hailsham Harriers 3rd and in the ladies Hailsham Harriers were the winners with Wadhurst Runners 2nd and Crowborough Runners 3rd.
A big thank you to the organisers from Harriers lead by Annette Feakes and also farmer Richard Lee for the use of the field adjacent to the hall, Hellingly Parish Council for the use of the hall as HQ and all the residents of Hellingly for allowing the event to use their village.
Harriers individual performance awards went to mens O55 1st Alan Thornton, 2nd Paul Eccles. O60 3rd Peter Daws, O75 1st John Taylor and in the ladies Under 20 2nd Jennie Wainwright, Senior 1st Fiona DeMauny, O35 1st Alissa Ellis, O40 1st Michaela Furlong, 3rd Elaine Everill, O45 1st Tina Macenhill, O60 1st Frances Delves.
Harriers individual positions and times were as follows: 19th Chris DeMauny 38m46s, 21st Martin Bell 39m13s, 22nd (1st Lady) Fiona DeMauny 39m28s, 33rd Simon Haddon 41m07s, 35th Alan Thornton 41m19s, 36th Paul Eccles 41m25s, 37th (2nd Lady) Alissa Ellis 41m26s, 41st Graham Woolley 42m00s, 44th (3rd Lady) Michaela Furlong 42m27s, 55th Elaine Everill 4m39s, 62nd Stephen Turner 44m18s, 70th Peter Daws 45m14s, 75th Tina Macenhill 45m40s, 85th Mark Pope 46m23s, 89th Andy Ruffell 46m33s, 101st Wendy Oates 7m17s, 122th Leeland Pavey 48m53s, 123rd Lisa Goldsmith 48m59s, 124th Tracy Erridge 49m05s, 140th Frances Delves 50m13s, 142nd Lucy Wright 50m17s, 144th Helen O'Sullivan 50m19s, 165th Bill Fraser 52m25s, 176th Alan Clarke 53m51s, 181st Stephanie Bassett 54m15s, 187th Alan Hide 54m33s, 190th Becky Holland 54m40s, 203rd Joanna Turner 56m05s, 207th Wendy Quinn 56m28s, 211th John Taylor 56m43s, 218th Lisa Phillips 57m20s, 255th Lorraine Duffy 61m49s, 261st Dan Linford- Jones 62m57s, 267th Karen Hoskin 63m31s, 269th Nina Rumsey 63m40s, 273rd Rikki Wheaton 64m27s, 274th Karen Breese 65m00s, 279th Jennie Wainwright 67m31s, 287th Pat Hide 69m23s, 292nd Eleanor Ruffell 70m34s, 294th Linda Rozentals 71m09s.
On the same day four Harriers had previously travelled up to Newcastle to take part in the Great North Run over the half marathon distance. Peter Drake headed home with 1h44m04s closely followed by Mark Bassett 1h44m16s with Emma Franks 1h57m36s and Cheryl Drake in 2h30m43.
Grove Hill Mile 2016Posted by 2016-09-04 00:00:00 Posted In Club Races
Grove Hill mile results, up & down. You're all winners!
1 Martin Bell 6-05 & 5-25
2 Paul Eccles 6-21 & 5-37
3 Graham Purdye 6-29 & 5-53
4 Alissa Ellis 6-44 & 5-39
5 Graham West 6-50 & 5-58
6 Bill Fraser 7-02 & 6-08
7 Peter Drake 7-17 & 5-53
8 Frances Delves 7-49 & 6-36
9 Norman Harris 8-34 & 6-59
10 Lisa Phillips 8-55 & 7-25
11 Karen Jane Hoskin 9-20 & 7-36
12 Frances Doe 9-21 & 8-10
13 Ricky Weaten 9-36 & 8-32
14 Linda Rozentals 10-37 & 9-14
|Posted by Admin 2016-08-09 18:35:17 Posted In Club Races|
Hellingly 10k ReportPosted by Admin 2015-09-13 14:40:48 Posted In Club Races
The 2015 John Faulds Hellingly 10k was run this morning.
Please see results on the race website.
Thanks to all who took part.
Hailsham Harriers held their 31st John Faulds Hellingly 10k Road Race with a magnificent entry of over 300 runners taking to the circular undulating course through the village and taking in Magham Down, the outskirts of Cowbeech and into Cinderford Lane and Grove Hill. This event which forms part of the Sussex Road Race Grand Prix series saw 37 Harriers in the mix with many other club members involved in the organisation on the day. The threat of early morning dark clouds saw some light patchy rain but with no wind this was quite refreshing to the competitors on the course. The quality field saw the current course record broken by the overall winner Paul Navesey of Crawley AC in 33m47s after an early challenge from Hastings AC's Daniel Anderson a previous winner in this event. Harriers David Ayling is still getting quicker and his fine run saw him first home for the club in 7th with 35m44s and Tom Clewley also produced a blistering pace to come home 23rd one ahead of Sue Fry who claimed second lady overall from the winner Fiona De Mauny Walton AC whose time was 38m55s.
In the overall team placings for the men Haywards Heath Harriers were 1st with 43pts, Brighton Arena 80 2nd 58pts and Wadhurst Runners 3rd 117pts and for the ladies Lewes AC 1st 236pts, Hailsham Harriers 2nd 285pts with Wadhurst Runners 3rd 361pts.
Harriers would like to thank Hellingly Parish Council for the use of their Hall as HQ, farmer Richard Lee for the Broad Farm field and especially to the residents of Hellingly for having the event in their village and to sponsors Tempo Running Shop Eastbourne, Waitrose Hailsham, "A brush with Fate" Decorators and Rare Repro graphics, signage, design and print.
Harriers times and positions were as follows: 7th David Ayling 35m44s, 23rd Tom Clewley 39m20s, 24th Sue Fry (2nd lady) 39m29s, 39th Liz Lumber (5th lady)41m34s,52nd Steve Delea 42m46s, 56th Giles Bowmer 43m08s, 77th Rob Crouch 45m05s, 80th Mark Pope 45m14s, 89th Ian Turnbull 46m13s, 92nd Darren Munn 46m25s, 99th Shaun Webster 46m46s, 106th Mark Bassett 46m56s, 110th Tina Macenhill 47m24s, 112th Wendy Robson 47m32s, 118th Don Currie 47m59s, 120th Victoria Burford 48m07s, 127th Neal Robinson 48m47s, 129th Alan Clarke 49m04s, 137th Mags Southam 49m27s, 139th Kelly Tattam 49m35s, 141st Lucy Wright 49m40s, 143rd Helen O'Sullivan 49m47s, 144th Frances Delves 49m51s, 150th Louise Taylor 50m48s, 154th Becky Holland 51m09s, 155th Tracey Erridge 52m01s, 175th Alan Hide 52m53s, 179th Roberto Proietti 53m03s, 180th Richard Tickner 53m04s, 190th Samantha Massingham 53m39s, 206th John Taylor 55m11s, 210th Ian Davis 55m52s, Collette Stean 58m27s, 248th Nina Rumsey 61m34s, 288th Eleanor Ruffell 75m30s, 290th Rikki Wheaton 80m10s, 291st Linda Rozentals 80m37s.
Herstmonceux Relays 2015Posted by Admin 2015-08-07 16:13:29 Posted In Club Races
Team success at Herstmonceux Castle Open Relay
Hailsham Harriers held their annual event in the grounds of Hestmonceux Castle (with kind permission from the owners) and a massive entry this year of 98 teams took part. The multi terrain course was over one and a half miles using a single loop of roads and tracks and thankfully the earlier forecast of rain did not materialise. Teams each consisting of four runners one to race each leg came from regional running clubs and other sporting clubs (well done Hellingly RFC) with youngsters also well represented in the mix. Hastings AC A team showed the others the quickest turn of pace with an overall win in a time of 29m55s for the 6 miles and their star runner Max Thomas also posted the fastest leg time of the evening with 6m56s the others in their team were Gary Foster 7m40s, Joe Body 7m45s, and Dan Russell 7m34s . They were pushed hard by an Eastbourne Rovers squad aptly named "World of Payne" who were runners up in 30m34s from Hastings Runners third and Lewes AC fourth. In the ladies teams it was Lewes who came through into first and second with their A and B teams timing 34m45s and 35m53s respectively (12th and 18th overall) with Hailsham Harriers known as "Keep up with the Birds" third comprising Sue Fry 8m31s, Cat Bounds 9m12s, Liz Lumber 9m07s, and Alissa Ellis 9m155s in 36m05s. Harriers also fielded a Junior girls team with Holly Hinton, Harriett Bloor, Zoe Palframan and Poppy Ellis who all had superb runs claiming 9th ladies and 56th spot overall in 42m40s. The mens Harriers A team also put in a solid performance with 16th place in 35m35s and the club also fielded a Harriers Vets team 27th in 37m29s, B team 37th in 39m38s and C team in 46th with 41m34s. The real stars of the night must go to Paul Eccles and his small team of helpers for giving nearly 400 runners such a great evening in what was intended to be fun but also proved to be most competitive as well.
|1||44||Hastings AC "A"||29.55||1|
|2||46||World of Payne||30.34||2|
|3||27||Hastings Runners Senior Men's "A"||32.28||3|
|5||64||Hastings AC "B"||32.49||5|
|7||52||Hastings AC Vets||33.59||1|
|8||89||Hastings AC "C"||34.11||7|
|9||93||Meads Runners "A"||34.19||8|
|11||88||Lewes AC Ladies "A"||34.35||1|
|12=||47||Brave New World of Payne||34.49||10=|
|14||43||Hastings AC "C"||35.16||12|
|15||84||Run Wednesdays 1||35.32||13|
|16||95||Hailsham Harriers "A"||35.35||14|
|17||29||Hastings Runners Men's Vets||35.37||2|
|18||90||Lewes AC Ladies "B"||35.53||2|
|19||11||Keep up with the Birds||36.05||3|
|20||69||Run Wednesdays 6||36.14||15|
|21||17||Hastings Runners Senior Men's "B"||36.20|
|22||97||Meads Runners "B"||36.43||3|
|23||63||Hastings AC Ladies "A"||36.49||4|
|24||35||Hellingly Rugby Club 1||36.57||16|
|26||65||Run Wednesdays 5||37.24||18|
|27||32||Hailsham Harriers Vets||37.29||4|
|28||80||Heathfield Old Boys||37.32||5|
|29||48||Hastings AC "D"||37.45||19|
|30||83||Meads Runners "F"||38.03||6|
|31||45||No Payne No Gain||38.12||20|
|32||51||Run Wednesdays 3||38.17||21|
|33||94||Meads Runners Ladies "A"||38.37||5|
|34||6||Eastbourne Rovers 3||38.42||22|
|35||74||BRT "Middle Aged Blokes"||39.17||7|
|36||72||Hastings AC Ladies "B"||39.23||6|
|37||62||Hailsham Harriers "B"||39.38||23|
|38||57||Run Wednesdays 2||39.44||24|
|39||77||Meads Runners "C"||40.27||8|
|40||3||The Family Flyers||40.28||25|
|41||31||Firle Road Flyers||40.50||26|
|42||60||BRT Juniors 1||40.59||27|
|43||76||Hastings AC Ladies "C"||41.12||7|
|46||79||Hailsham Harriers "C"||41.34||29|
|47||58||Run Wednesdays 7||41.35||30|
|50||38||Hastings AC Ladies Vets||41.47||1|
|51||87||Hastings AC "E"||41.50||33|
|53||12||Bodyshock Runners "A"||42.16||34|
|54||10||Eastbourne Rovers 7||42.19||35|
|55||9||Eastbourne Rovers 6||42.34||36|
|56||16||Hailsham Harriers Junior Girls Team||42.40||9|
|57||33||Slugs n Snails||42.41||37|
|58||37||Hellingly Rugby Club 3||42.43||38|
|59||24||Hastings Runners Mixed Team 7||43.13||39|
|60||19||Hastings Runners Mixed Team 2||43.16||40|
|61||5||Eastbourne Rovers 2||43.24||41|
|62||18||Hastings Runners Mixed Team 1||43.30||42|
|63||26||Hastings Runners Mixed Team 9||43.35||43|
|64||22||Hastings Runners Mixed Team 5||43.36||44|
|65||21||Hastings Runners Mixed Team 4||43.40||45|
|66||25||Hastings Runners Mixed Team 8||44.06||46|
|67||8||Eastbourne Rovers 5||44.08||47|
|68=||23||Hastings Runners Mixed Team 6||44.14||48|
|71||20||Hastings Runners Mixed Team 3||44.34||50|
|72||54||Run Wednesdays 4||44.46||51|
|73||91||Meads Runners Ladies "B"||44.51||10|
|74||98||Meads Runners "D"||45.16||10|
|75||61||BRT Juniors 2||45.17||52|
|76||40||Hastings AC "Z"||45.47||53|
|77||36||Hellingly Rugby Club 2||45.55||54|
|79||59||BRT Juniors 3||46.00||56|
|80||82||Hastings AC Ladies "D"||46.13||11|
|83||14||Bodyshock Runners "C"||47.31||58|
|84||96||Meads Runners Ladies "C"||48.07||13|
|85||4||Eastbourne Rovers 1||48.35||59|
|86||67||Run Wednesdays 23||49.05||14|
|89||68||Run Wednesdays 8||49.41||3|
|90||7||Eastbourne Rovers 4||50.51||61|
|91||73||Female Run Wednesdays 1||52.09||16|
|92||85||Meads Runners Ladies "D"||52.51||4|
|93||13||Bodyshock Runners "B"||52.55||62|
|94||42||Female Run Wednesdays 3||54.33||63|
|95||50||Heathfield High Flyers||56.57||17|
|96||56||BRT "On the Mend"||59.19||64|
|97||53||Female Run Wednesdays 2||60.32||18|
Team Winners Spreadsheet of results
Club Champs 2015Posted by Admin 2015-05-05 20:23:10 Posted In Club Races
results from tonights track championship 5000m now on the site.
Milland TimePosted by Admin 2015-04-01 10:47:15 Posted In Club Races
On Tuesday, 21st April, the annual Milland Road Race will once again be held over approximately two and a half miles. This is a regular feature on the Harriers calendar and entry is open to all members and their guests, though it should be noted that only fully paid up members can lift the trophy.
Entry costs just £1 and there will be prizes not only for the winners but also spot prizes for exceptional triers!
Please come along and support this event and enjoy some friendly competition. Meet as normal at the Summerdown Hall at 7pm prompt,
ready for a warm-up jog to the start at Milland.
Grove Hill Mile 2014Posted by Admin 2014-09-17 20:51:18 Posted In Club Races
HAILSHAM HARRIERS ARE PROUD TO PRESENT:
THE GROVE HILL MILE
SATURDAY 27th SEPTEMBER 2014
ENTRY FEE ONLY £1
MEET AT THE JUNCTION OF NEW ROAD AND
PARK ROAD HAILSHAM
START AT 9.00am PROMPT
REGISTER FROM 8.30am ONWARDS
PRIZES FOR MALE AND FEMALE WINNERS AND SPOT PRIZES FOR SPIRITED PERFORMERS
(maximum one prize per runner
(Note: 10k training run along the cuckoo trail after the race)
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT
ALAN THORNTON 07595461618 alan.thornton1959atyahoo.co.uk
(Guests are more than welcome but not eligible for prizes)
Club Track Championship 2014Posted by Admin 2014-08-12 17:55:16 Posted In Club Races
Hailsham Harriers Club Track Championship 2014 Final Results.
The Track Championship is a series of 7 events (6 to score) held at the Battle Road Track in Hailsham each summer. Members compete against each other in the series and the competition is decided on points.
This year in the mens event there was a thrilling finish with just 1 point between first and second with Paul Henderson in first place (114 points) and Huw Jones (113 points)in second.
In the ladies event it was sisters Jo Curran(118 points) first and Kelly Tatum (108 points) second.
The track championship would not be possible without the many volunteers and helpers that come and take times and count laps etc so we owe them all a great many thanks.
|Mens Final Positions|
|1st||Paul Henderson ||114|
|3rd ||Dave Perry||107|
|11th ||Norman Harris||51|
|Ladies Final Positions|
Herstmonceux Relays 2014Posted by Admin 2014-07-13 17:14:12 Posted In Club Races
Coming up fast is the fabulous Herstmonceux Castle Relays which are run in the grounds of the Castle and consists of teams of 4 running a 1.5 mile loop in turn.
It's great fun and this year falls on Wednesday 6th August.
For full details download the entry form.
Milland Road Race 2014Posted by Admin 2014-04-22 23:02:29 Posted In Club Races
The club held its own Milland Road Race over three laps providing a two and a quarter mile course and including the climb at the end of each lap. This event now in its 30th year attracted a quality field for the organiser Alan Thornton and his team and a brilliant race saw Matt Southam, Mark Fox,Olivia Webb and Paul Henderson pace out in the chase for the outright win. It was Matt Southam who held off his challengers with a great win with Mark Fox holding off ladies winner Olivia Webb by only two seconds for his second place. There were great battles within the field of twenty five runners including a number who were taking part for the first time. The positions and times were as follows:
|1st|| Matt Southam|| 12m59s|
|2nd|| Mark Fox|| 13m21s|
|3rd|| (1st lady) Olivia Webb|| 13m23s|
|4th|| Paul Henderson|| 13m26s|
|5th|| Steve Gillett|| 14m00s|
|6th|| (guest) Giles Bowmer|| 14m17s|
|7th|| Bill Fraser|| 14m33s|
|8th|| Graham Wooley|| 14m55s|
|9th|| Matt Reardon (guest)|| 15m12s|
|10th|| Allen Grant|| 15m44s|
|11th|| Colin Burgess|| 15m49s|
|12th|| Neal Robinson|| 16m03s|
|13th|| (2nd lady)Jacqui Lane|| 16m06s|
|14th|| Rob Stone (guest)|| 16m21s|
|15th|| Frances Delves (3rd lady)|| 16m24s|
|16th|| Stefan Lane (guest)|| 16m33s|
|17th|| Mark Bassett|| 16m39s|
|18th|| Julie Chicken|| 16m58s|
|19th|| Alan Hide|| 17m25s|
|20th|| Norman Harris|| 17m49s|
|21st|| Alan Roberts|| 17m59s|
|22nd|| Sandra Fowlie|| 18m15s|
|23rd|| Nina Rumsey|| 19m32s|
|24th|| Gill Rae (guest)|| 20m15s|
Awards were presented to first man Matt Southam,first lady Olivia Webb, first vet man Mark Fox, first vet lady Jacqui Lane, visitor performance Rob Stone, Lady Harrier performance Nina Rumsey, Man Harrier performance Norman Harris and a special merit spot prize to Bill Fraser.
Milland Road Race 2014Posted by Admin 2014-03-20 19:34:59 Posted In Club Races
HAILSHAM HARRIERS ARE PROUD TO PRESENT
THE MILLAND ROAD RACE
TUESDAY 15 APRIL 2014
ENTRY FEE ONLY £1
(MEET WHERE WE FINISH THE HILL REPS!)
START AT 7.15 PM PROMPT
REGISTER FROM 6.45 PM ONWARDS
PRIZES FOR MALE AND FEMALE WINNERS AND FOR VETERAN AGE GROUPS PLUS SPOT PRIZES
(Only one prize per winner)
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT ALAN THORNTON
(Guests are more than welcome but not eligible for prizes)
Turkey Trot 2013Posted by Admin 2013-12-31 17:26:13 Posted In Club Races
Robinson takes the turkey in Harriers club race
The Hailsham Harriers pre Christmas club event the Turkey Trot was held over a 2.5 mile course in Hailsham taking in London Road, Hempstead Lane, Gleneagles, Diplocks Way and South Road and a record turnout of 39 competitors took to the streets in this handipcap event.
Runners started off in a time trial style start with 10 second invervals and each runner was given a handicap from 0 through to 13mins and this created some great racing and as usual produced a surprise winner.
This year saw Neal Robinson come home in first place with a watch time of 22m38s which included a 3 min handicap.
The event gave all those a chance of competing whatever their abilty and threw up the following final positions.
|2nd||Sam (No not the X factor) Bailey||23m55s|
|4th||Alissa Ellis||24m44s |
|5th||Sandra Fowlie||24m53s |
|6th||Laura Jordan||25m11s |
|11th||Nina Rumsey||25m40s |
|12th||Anita Turner||25m46s |
|14th||Colin Burgess and Bill Fraser||25m49s |
|16th||Jacqui Lane||26m04s |
|18th||Ian Turnbull||26m28s |
|19th||Allen Grant||26m31s |
|20th||Olivia Webb||26m32s |
|30th||Ivor Rumsey||27m32s |
|31st||Geoff Depper||27m41s |
|32nd||Graham Purdye||27m46s |
|36th||Dave Coulson||28m13s |
|37th||Martin Bell||28m10s |
|38th||Mark Fox||28m29s |
In the same event youngster Harriers took part in two races within Forest View . In the U10s they ran 3 small laps
In the combined U13s and U15s over 4 laps of the full course
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