Star Awards

Harrier of the Month Award

Anyone who wants to nominate a harrier for this award each month should send their nomination to Glenn Wood via email or text with the reason for the nomination. The final decision on who should get the award will be decided between the coaches at the coaching meeting each month.

Harrier of the Month 2018

  • April - Lyndsey Saunders
  • May - Craig Vaughnley
  • June - Ben Harding
  • July - Issy Thomas
  • August - Rachael Young
  • September - Julie Reynolds
  • October - Debbie Lord
  • November - Oli Jones
  • December - Mike/Liz Egginton
Harrier of the Month 2019
  • January -Sarah Collins/Lucy Smale
  • February - Brian Gravener
  • March - Drew Clark
NOMINATE NEXT MONTHS NOW!!!

Age Graded Trophy

Each year the committee selects a single local race and the winner is the highest placed Harrier per their WAVA rating. (The WAVA is a standard method of working out a % score for a performance, based on the world record at a particular distance for a particular age, so it reflects the fact that people slow down as they age and gives members a more equal opportunity to win.) Once a member has won the trophy, they cannot win it again, and in the event a member wins it twice, the next highest placed member will be given the trophy.

Previous Winners
  • 2011 - Dan Nash - Cubert 5
  • 2012 - Mark Andrews - Indian Queens Half Marathon
  • 2013 - Revis Crowle - Mag 7
  • 2014 - Mary Mullarkey - An Res Hellys (10 miles)
  • 2015 - Simon Webber - Sticker 5
  • 2016 - Oli Jones - Looe 10
  • 2017 - Sharon Daw - Boconnoc 5
  • 2018 - Diane Roy - Cornish Marathon

Next Race

  • 2019 - Trevornick Trot - May 12th


  • Star Award

    Each year at our AGM we award our adult and junior star awards. The Star Awards officer Glenn Wood takes times for all members from 39 races run during the year over multiple different distances from 5, 7, and 10 miles, plus 5k, 10K, half and full marathon. Using tables based on World Standard Age Related Scores, times will be converted into points. From the 39 races we then take your best 4 points score and total them together giving us your star score.

    This world age grading system allows for equal competition for the awards between males and females, plus recognising changing performance as athletes age. E.g. In a five mile race to score 70 points a 35year old male must run 36minutes 45seconds, a 35 year old female needs to run 43minutes 16seconds and a 60 year old male 46minutes 26seconds.)

    You have to have raced in 4 or more races to qualify and once all the points are added up we calculate the winner. (NB The First Place Winners from previous years are not eligible for the following years awards.)

    Most Improved Harrier Award

    The club also has a "Most Improved Harrier Award". To be considered for this award runners must have scored points in 4 races in the previous year. Using the same points calculation as in the star awards we compare your total for the best for races this year to last year. The person who has had improved the most wins, it's that simple.

    Junior Star Award

    The club also has an annual "Junior Star Award" based upon a similar points system but using the best race results achieved over three different distances taken from events of 1.1, 2.5. 4 and 5 miles plus 5k. As before the scores are recorded by the star awards officer throughout the year.

    This Year Winners 2018/2019

    Star Awards

    1 Simon Webber


    Most improved Harrier

    1 Rob Pick


    Junior Star Award

    Nikki Stacey

    Previous Winners

    2017/18 Star Award -Diane Roy
    2017/18 Most Improved Harrier - Darren Harvey
    2017/18 Junior Star Award - Drew Clark



    2016/17 Star Award - Ollie Jones
    2016/17 Most Improved Harrier - Ray Goodright
    2016/17 Junior Star Award - Drew Clark

    Star Awards Officer

    If you have any questions relating to the star awards please speak to Glenn Wood.

    Star Award Qualifying Races

    Stormforce, Bideford, Boconnoc, An Res, Trevornick, Falmouth, Meet Your Max, Cubert, Sticker, Saltash Half, Ivybridge, Plymouth Half, Turkey Trot, Mag 7, Indian Queens, St Levens, Treggy, Truro Half, Newquay, Cornish Marathon, Tavy 7, Mob Match, Race 4 Wildlife, Bude 10k, Lanhydrock 10m, Tywardreath 7m, Taunton Half, Taunton Marathon, Tavy 13, London Marathon, Remembrance Run 4m, Imerys Half, Imerys Marathon, Torbay Half, Totnes 10k, Plymouth 10k, Eden Half, Eden Marathon, Looe 10