On a warm sunny and slightly breezy Wednesday evening three Harriers crossed the border into England looking for new hunting grounds. The Tynedale 10 km was the venue with a fast down hill first mile and slightly undulating route it was a good test and fast times were on the cards. Not to disappoint Darrell Hastie lead the team home with a strong run securing second place with a sprint finish, Marcus D’Agrosa held on for a seventh place finish just outside a Pb and the team was brought home by Wayne Jordan Mcintosh in 10th with a great run and new Pb dipping under the 35 min mark for the first time and winning his age category and also securing the team prize for the GREEN MACHINE!!!!
- Eildon Three Hill race Organised by Gala Harriers, the Eildon Three Hills race is a traditional event which has taken place in late June for over 50 years and is part of the week-long Melrose Festival. Originally a race covering only one of the hills, the challenge has been increased first to two hills, but […]
- FORTH VALLEY LEAGUE 22nd June 2019 – MATCH 2 REPORT Team Borders go top with win Having finished 2nd to Edinburgh in the first Forth Valley League match in May, Team Borders went one better in Match 2 on Saturday at Grangemouth, winning the match by a decent margin with 329.5 event points and going […]