Club Details
East Cornwall Harriers is a very friendly club which welcomes runners of all abilities. The club has the following weekly sessions, which all go from Liskeard Sports and Social Club, Lux Park Sports Centre, Liskeard, unless otherwise stated.

Training Schedule
SAT
25 Nov
8am Minions Marks Run on the Moor 5-6 miles. Meet Hurlers Car Park, All welcome.
10am Brickfields Forum Coached Track session
SUN
26 Nov
NO RUN DUE TO MOB MATCH
MON
27 Nov
4-5 Juniors Training Session Lux Park
TUE
28 Nov
6.30pm Lux Park Adults led by Lou Woodgate Road - Juniors led by Revis & Rob Limes Lane.
5 - 6 Mile Run led by Glenn. 8pm Coaches Meeting
WED
29 Nov
6.30pm Lux Park Beginners/Novice Social group led by Karen
THU
30 Nov
6.30pm Lux Park Pace 8 miles led by Chris - Inter 8 miles led by Terry - Social 8 miles led by Amy
5 miles led by Tess

Social Events / Races
SAT
25 Nov
5K Park Series Lanhydrock/Mt Edgecumbe
Juniors Sportshall Lux Park 2 - 4pm
SUN
26 Nov
Mob Match Falmouth followed by
Cornish Grand Prix Presentation
MON
27 Nov

TUE
28 Nov

WED
29 Nov

THU
30 Nov

Looe 10 miler report

29 February 2016
Written by: JAN SROCZYNSKI


Sunday 28 February saw a bright sunny morning for the 5th running of the Looe 10 miler. 221 runners from East Cornwall & few from much further afield lined up to tackle this tough race – hosted by Looe Pioneers. Twenty three Harriers lined up at the start in the Millpool Car Park & the race took the runners up the steep ascent up & over the Downs in West looe. Then an undulating section of road prior to the very steep descent past Talland Church & into Talland Bay. After running along by the sea for a short section the course took runners back inland to tackle the steep Bridle Path rising from the valley & then another steep descent before tackling the steep hill past Talland Church. After 8 miles the runners were all aware why this race is called hillish & hellish. Fortunately the last 1.5 miles are mostly down hill giving the runners time to recuperate for the final sprint to the finish line in the Millpool Car Park. As usual the crowds came out to support the runners who were grateful for the support and perfect running weather. 

First back for the Harriers was Marc Smerdon 2nd in the race in a brilliant time of 1.04.53. and 1st male under 35. Oli Jones was 2nd Harrier back in 5th place & 2nd male in 35 -44 age Group. Ian Littlewood was third Harrier home in 8th place - 4th in age group showing his consistent form after the Lanhydrock half marathon last weekend. Brian Gravener cruised home in 1.13.00 ensuring that East Cornwall Harriers captured the overall mens team prize. Paul Arrowsmith came home in 1.16.35 followed by David Philp in 1.20.15 who was also 2nd in 45 -54 age group.Marc Doyle arrived back in 1.21.08 followed by Sharon Daw in 1.23 .27. Sharon was first lady Harrier , 3rd lady overall & 1st in her 45-54 age category. An excellent race from Sharon who on Saturday night ran in the Wild Night series Moonlit Flit in Totnes 10k & was 1st lady home & 1st in age group on a very difficult course. Jon Hoare completed in 1.28.54 closely followed by Kaye Patterson , 2nd Female Harrier home and 3rd in her under 35 age group. The ever consistent Joe Kearns sprinted home in 1.29.17 just beating Robert Pick 1.29.19 by 2 seconds. James Lockyer finished in 1.31.32 .Tess Mason was 3rd female Harrier home in 1.31.34 & 1st in her over 55 age category. Meeta Nicholls in 1.31.29 was only 5 seconds behind Tessa and together with Sharon Daw & Kaye Patterson these 4 ladies deservedly won the ladies team prize. It was really good to see Jon Quelch & David DB Lean cross the line together in 1.39.57. Ray Goodright followed in 1.40.27, Paul Nottle 1.42.25 & Karen Mahoney in 1.43.27. Lucy Oldham exceeded her expectations completing the course in 1.45.03. Lisa Webb finished in 1.49.34 and Emma Dales enjoyed her run to finish in 1.51.21. Overall a very good day for the Harriers and many thanks to Looe Pioneers – their officials, Marshalls & timekeepers for hosting an excellent race. This event proves that club running in East Cornwall is alive & well & thriving.