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THE HARRIERS HERALD No. 260, October 2014 Editor: Sue Francis Contents, features, reports, results • Thursday night schedules for October and November • Correspondence received • Christmas meal – update on early plans • Race results: Maidenhead Half – Philomena represents the Harriers; Rutherford Appleton 10K – Martin, Lucy and Philomena all achieve top-two category placings; Earth Trust 10K – Sue enjoys a scenic new local race; Compton Charity Cycle – Dick, Mo and Sue complete multi-terrain cycle challenge • Handicap Race – Stan makes a good debut, while Aaron sets a PB to take the Championship lead • Webmaster’s article – Mo features: Plantar fasciitis symptoms and prevention; and forthcoming races of interest • Harriers vest visits Canada – Richard D models the famous green and white vest in British Columbia • Thanks to Philomena, Richard, Mo and Jan for this month’s contributions to articles and photos • Copy date for next Harriers Herald – 31st October

Thursday night schedule for October Thurs Thurs Thurs Thurs Thurs

2nd 9th 16th 23rd 30th

Lucy to lead Tom to lead Rich B to lead George to lead Handicap Race

Thursday night schedule for November Thurs Thurs Thurs Thurs

6th 13th 20th 27th

Philomena to lead Mo to lead Pete O to lead Handicap Race

Correspondence received Subject matter

Sender English XC Association (ECCA) South East Athletic Association (SEAA)

ECCA handbook 2014-2015 SEAA cross-country Prospectus 2014-2015

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Compton Harriers Christmas Meal 2014 Sue Martin has suggested a venue for this year’s Christmas meal and, in making the suggestion, has duly volunteered himself to organise the event! The suggested pub is The Kingswell, on the A417 between Upton and Harwell – a venue which will be new to most of the Harriers. Martin has made enquiries and expects to receive a Christmas menu in the near future. A suggested date is the last Saturday (evening) before Christmas.

Race Results and Reports Maidenhead Half, 7th September The fourth annual Maidenhead Half took place on a 2-lap course around Maidenhead and Cookham, finishing outside Maidenhead Town Hall. Philomena had a great run to finish in 1:41:12 (512th from 1666 finishers). A new course record was set by winner Michael Hiscott (1:07:34), while first lady was Amy Clements (Kent A.C.) in 1:20:39. HH Oct 2014

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Compton Harriers Running Club monthly newsletter for October 2014.

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