Hallamshire Harriers ACE night is on Friday 4th July 2014 at7.30 – 10.30 atHallam University Woodbourn Road Stadium (powerleague)
Disco and BBQ
Disco Only £2
Tickets available from:
Hillsborough: Tina Wilson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
EIS: Emma Archer
Woodbourn: Rachael Broadhead and Maxine Phillips (email@example.com)
Tuesday 24 June 2014
The senior men’s team won Dam Flask relays and the South Yorkshire title convincingly with over 100 teams competing. Dave Archer ran the fastest time of the night (18:19) on the opening leg to put them into a lead they never lost. Tom Jenkins ran 18:49 (5th fastest overall), Adam Dyson 18:59 (8th fastest overall) and Ben Beattie 18:58 (7th fastest overall) to bring the team home.
There was a very encouraging performance from our junior men who finished 4th. Connor Milnes led the opening leg until the final climb and came home in 2nd in 18:48, the 4th fastest time of the night. Ewan South ran 20:19 on the second leg for 3rd place and Sam Peters ran an identical time for 4th place. Josh Walton brought the team home in 4th in 19:57.
The vet’s team were just behind in 5th overall to take the vet’s title. Scott Wilson led off in 19:20 for 4th with Dean Furniss 6th in 20:32, Stuart Maycock 5thin 20:14 and Carl Edgell 5th in 19:19.
The senior men’s B team were 7th, giving HHS 4 of the leading 7 teams. Phil Cooper was 7th in 19:59, Pete Hodges moved the team up to 5th with 19:49, Jon Slate was 6th in 21:08 and Craig Fishwick led the team home in 7th in 20:46.
There was a very disappointing turn out from the women with only Nicky Squires and Hannah Whitelam to represent HHS. Nicky ran the second fastest time of the night to win the opening leg in 20:56. Hannah Whitelam ran the 13th fastest time in 23:26.
Sunday 22 June 2014
Calli Thackery produced a devastating kick to out sprint Louise Small in the U23 womens’ 5k and take gold at the England Athletics Championships in 16:22.65.
Aidan Smith was 11th in the U20 mens’ 3k steeplechase in 10:13.27.
Saturday 14-Sunday 15 June 2014
Calli Thackery won the senior womens’ 5k at the North of England athletics championships in impressive style running a massive pb of 36 seconds to take gold in 16:18.98. On the previous day, Calli had only just been edged out in the 1500m, winning the silver in 4:23.91.
Adam Dyson ran a season’s best to finish 14th in the men’s 5k in 15:55.29.
Sunday 8 June
The third meeting of the South Yorkshire track and field league, held at Rotherham, saw some very promising performances by our younger athletes.
Results can be found here.
Friday 6 June 2014
Nick O’Sullivan finished 55th in 65:55 with Daniel Cook in 99th in 72:03.
Friday 6 June 2014
Steel City Striders annually organise the Dronfield Relays and we would like to invite Hallamshire Harriers to put out a team (or more than one). The race is Sunday July 13th and is a friendly, inclusive & low key event starting at 10:30am at Holmesfield. It is teams of six with three pairs of runners each running 5 mile legs around a total 15 mile loop that is mainly footpath and bridleway. We will put out several Striders teams and all of our teams will be pre-mixed by ability so everyone’s got a shot at victory. There’s food afterwards (usually at George & Dragon, but tbc).
It would be great to welcome Hallamshire runners if you would like to join. A team would be £10 and please could you send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know if you would like to enter teams.
Further info at:
Adam & Kate
Dronfield Relay 2014 organisers
Saturday 31 May 2014
Andy Heyes produced a very fast finish to take 4th place in the BMC A 1500m at Sport City, improving his pb to 3:43.02. For the second week in succession, Andy narrowly missed 3rd place with Niall Brooks holding off the challenge in 3:43.01.
Sunday 1 June 2014
HHS U17s and U20s won the second YDL league meeting by over 100 points ahead of Kingston upon Hull, Spenborough, Bingley and Grimsby.
Individual results, including a number of pbs, can be found here with Power10 results here.
Saturday 31 May 2014
The younger age group finished 4th in the second league meeting with 352 points behind Rotherham, Chesterfield and Middlesborough. There were some outstanding individual results as well as a good team effort.
Results are available here with Power10 results here.