Winning Silverware

The Harriers Adrian Mussett has been winning championships for over 30 years now, aged 46 he still brings home the prizes. Mussett stormed to victory at the Colchester Stampede 10k, in a superb time of 32-40, very well clear of the field. Paul Rodgers was 8th in 37-30.

The Boxted 10km is a new race on the calendar. Very warm weather was the order of the day for the small team of Harriers competing. Gavin Scanlon has improved rapidly, and was a good runner up on a very tough off road course in 38-10, Keith Marley was 6th overall and 3rd veteran 40. Richard Flutter 10th, with Simon Smith right behind in 11th. Both Flutter and Smith gained a one, two in the Vet 50 category.

Debbie Cattermole continues to take the awards and yet again flew round the 10k course. Once again collecting the silverware winning the Vet 45. Other good runs came from Adam Gerrish, Malcolm Statham, and Arthur Whiston.
The Nuclear race held at Brentwood saw Rachel Rodgers and Louise Yates once again participate.

A firm fixture now in the racing calendar is the Paras 10 Mile. Ian Haw took on the off road event and came home 3rd overall. The junior Paras’ 2 attracted a host of young Harriers, who all ran well.
Danny Millward was runner up at the Castle Parl Parkrun with Ged McMillan 3rd and Jon Nears 4th. Milly Presland was winner of the ladies race with Andrea James who took a bad fall runner up.

Rebecca Cooke competed in the Ipswich Triathlon, where she came 3rd.