Cross County: Saturday 25th October 2014


Blood, Sweat and Tears – Sherman Cup / Davison Shield – Temple Park, Saturday, 25th October 2014

We had a strong turn-out in both the U13 and U11 categories at this fixture.

First up were the U11’s, and after a few tumbles at the start, which involved several of our runners getting spiked and hitting the floor, they bravely helped each other up then dusted themselves off and carried on.

Start of the U11 race.

Start of the U11 race.

The massive unprecedented turn-out for this age category, has made the Harrier League committee consider their options, and I’m fairly convinced that this age category will be split into separate boys and girls races to address the ever increasing numbers in future races this year.

U11 Results.

3.27 Ben Hawkins

3.48 Anna Dorman

3.58 Lauren Bird

3.58 Molly Anderson

3.58 Sophia Das

4.13 Jessica Walton

4.20 Dillon Wallace

4.56 Hope Moir


Next up were the U13 boys and we closed a team of Jake Dorman, Finlay Dorman and then Keiron Wilkinson.

Start of the U13 Boy's race.

Start of the U13 Boy’s race.

U13 Boy’s Results.

12.13 Jake Dorman

13.46 Finlay Dorman

14.56 Keiron Wilkinson


This was closely followed by a gutsy performance from another full team for the U13 Girls of Eve Helm, Jane Harland and Alicia Wallace.

U13 Girl’s Results.

14.09 Eve Helm

16.40 Jane Harland

18.37 Alicia Wallace


Closing teams in the U13 category has been a great first step in filling the ranks of the junior section of the club.

For the Sherman cup you need to close teams in all age categories (U13, U15, U17 & U20) to stand a chance of winning, but a few years ago, we only had a couple of juniors running. I just keep seeing the junior section going from strength to strength at every training session and race we attend, so let’s keep it up.


Well done TBH Juniors :thumbsup:
Dave Moir, Junior Co-ordinator, TBH


Full results can be found here.

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    • David Rowe on October 26, 2014 at 07:12
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    Well done to you all. As Dave says it’s amazing how well you all have done in making the junior section a great success. You should all be very proud.

    • Micky Baker on October 28, 2014 at 11:03
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    Well done everyone a great effort. As General Secretary of the Harrier League it makes me so proud to see our junior section go from strength to strength. Keep up the good work you are all a credit to the club.


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