Tag: Kenny MacPherson

It is sweet and right

After narrowly losing to his son Leodhais recently, some may have thought we’d seen the last of Kenny Mac. Not a chance! Like all great warriors, he will take defeat upon the chin and return even stronger and faster!   A few words from Kenny himself.   The words “Dulce et decorum est” Are most …

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Runner profile: Alex Lockwood

Tyne Bridge Harriers were formed in 2011, and one of the earliest runners to join the club was Alex Lockwood. In this report, Alex looks back at four years of running in the black & white vest.   Seven things I’ve learnt since joining TBH   In June 2011 I joined Tyne Bridge Harriers after …

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Sherman Cup race report No.2

Keith Rooney reflects on Saturday’s cross-country affair.   Rooney, you’re a right nutter!” The words exploded in my left ear, jerking me out of my painful introspection and kicking me right back into the raw, unrelenting meat grinder that is the Sherman Cup. And I was, all at once, suddenly aware, also, of the jumbo …

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The Scottish Masters Cross Country: 1st Feb

Another excellent run by Kenny Mac in the Scots borders, a report from this year’s Scottish Masters Cross Country Hawick in the Scottish Borders was the venue for this year’s Scottish Masters Cross Country and the event was hosted by Teviotdale Harriers. Hawick is famous for its woolen mills and production of cashmere jumpers. Their …

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Race Report: British and Irish Masters, 16th Nov

The Old Highlander Kenny Mac reports from this year’s British and Irish Masters X-C 2013 has not been the kindest to me in running terms. Everything was going well until the Sunderland 5k when Summer flu struck and then the most bizarre set of injuries kicked in, including a poisoned toe and the world acclaimed …

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