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Cumbria Cross Country League.

Fixtures for the 2021 / 2022 Cumbria Cross Country League are as follows.

Sat 25th September 2021 in Cockermouth
Sat 23rd October 2021 in Hunter Hall, Penrith
Sat 13th November 2021 in Fitz Park, Keswick
Sat 4th December 2021 in Carlisle (Venue TBC)
Sat 11th December 2021 in Curwen Park, Workington
Sat 18th December 2021 (Reserve) Venue TBC

Further information and entry details can be found Here.

Mid Lancs Cross Country League.

Fixtures for the 2021 / 2022 Mid Lancs Cross Country League are as follows.

Sat 9th October 2021 in Townsley Park, Burnley
Sat 30th October 2021 (Provisional) in Wilson Playing Fields, Hyndburn
Sat 27th November 2021 in Sefton Park, Liverpool
Sat 15th January 2022 in Lawson's Ground, Blackpool
Sat 12th February 2022 in Leigh Sports Village
Sat 12th March 2022 in Burnley

Further information can be found Here.

Sam Jackson.

All at Border Harriers would like to thank Sam Jackson for all his time and efforts as North of England Track and Field Team Manager, as he takes well-earned retirement from the role. As a fitting tribute his final match in charge was a well-deserved win. We would also like to take this opportunity to welcome Abigail Thompson who is taking the brave step into the role of Team Manager from next season.

Border Harriers Win David Harper-Tarr Trophy at County Championships.

A great weekend for the Club saw it winning for the first time the David Harper-Tarr Trophy for the leading team at the Cumbria AA Track and Field Championships held at the Copeland Stadium, Whitehaven.

The team amassed 204 points, with Seaton AC runners up on 184 and Carlisle AC third with 149.

Twenty nine gold medals were won with juniors Alfie Lamb, Dale Clark and Timothy Fuggle each taking home three. Annie Bell, Melissa Bills, Abbie Thompson, Damon King, Osinachi Okoro, Ebony Blackwell, Lucy Hetherington won two with Fiona Todd, Ashley Todd, Grace Monkhouse, George Tiffin-Lowe, Adam Varey and Matthew Hetherington gaining one each.

Many congratulations to the whole team.

On Sunday Mark Emmerson won the SportInAction 10K, starting and finishing in Bitts Park Carlisle in 32mins 28secs. He finished strongly over the second half of the race to have over a minute in hand on David Holmes of Border Reivers 33:38 and Paul Graves 34:49.

Fiona Todd chased her younger first lady rival all the way, with just an 8 second gap between them at the finish. Fiona’s 39:33 won her first V40 prize. The evergreen Peter Campbell came back in 51:24; Hayley Millican took fifth lady prize with 51:49.

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