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Ben Kelly came 3rd in the U17M 60m heats in 7.41 and then 8th in the semi finals in a time of 7.46. In the U15B 60m, Emmanuel Lawal came 6th in heat 2 in 7.85 and Joel Vernon finished 7th in heat 5 in 7.91.
For the U17W 60m, Lucy Revitt came 6th in heat 1 in a time of 8.32. In the U15G 60m, Eniola Ajagbe came 7th in heat 4 in 8.50, Lauren Foletti came 7th in heat 3 in 8.50. Acacia Williams-Hewitt came 2nd in heat 2 in a time of 7.97 then 2nd in the semi finals in 7.91 and 7th in the final in a time of 7.92. Nicole Hague came 4th in heat 2 in 8.21 and then 4th in the semi final heat in 8.11.
In the U15G 200m, Acacia Williams-Hewitt came 1st in heat 4 in 26.17, then 1st in the semi final heat in 25.45 and then finally 1st in the Final with a new PB of 25.10.
In the U17W 300m, Lucy Revitt came 5th in heat 1 in 42.85.
Gabriel Gisborne came 1st in the U15B 800m in a time of 2.02.35 and Saskia Huxham came 3rd in the U17W 800m in 2.14.28.
Well Done to everyone who raced in the Yorkshire Cross Country Championships. Hallamshire had some great performances and many athletes qualified to run in the Intercounties in Loughborough on the 10th March.
Results for all the races are available on the Northern Athletics website (Link available).
As for team results Hallamshire came 1st team in the Under 13 boys, Under 13 Girls and Under 15 Girls. Came 6th in the Under 17 men, 4th in the Senior Women’s team result and had a great win for the Senior Men.
Thank you to our team managers Tina Wilson, Nicola Squires and Dave Archer! Lets hope to see more great performances at the Northerns and Nationals.
After the AGM the members on the committee are now:
Some great performances at the South Yorkshire Championships on Sunday at Spinkhill. Hallamshire kept the junior shield and managed to gain back the senior one for the first time since 2012! This is down to the efforts from all the runners who turned out to race!
The club held an Introduction to athletics event at Hillsborough Arena on Saturday 20th August 2016 sponsored by South Yorkshire Sport. Despite the SWFC v Leeds football match and the wet weather forecast the event went really well and we managed to avoid the rain (well most of the time) and interest from football fans. We had around 35-40 children turn up between the ages of 6 years to 21 years! Leaflets were handed out for SIV athletics sessions to children under 8 years, HH club leaflets to those from 8yrs to 16 years and two people (aged 21 yrs) returning to athletics after finishing University were referred to Kate Jones UKA coach.
Many thanks go to Ben Kelly (sprint coach), Sam Kelly (equipment support/photographer), Malcolm Grace and Martin Young (throws coaches), Evelyn Williams (Standing Long Jump coach), Steve Moran for Endurance/Relays, Karen Kelly registration forms/leaflets and Carol (Hurdles). Now we have tried it out once it looks like it may become a regular summer introduction to athletics event.
Hallamshire won the Steel City Cup with 873 points, results of all the races are on the link.
The Hallamshire Harriers began in August 1896 so this year is our 120th year and we would like to celebrate it with an event to be held for our athletes and their families at –
The Hillsborough Arena
Sunday 2 October from 4pm to 8pm
Celebration medals for each Hallamshire Harriers athlete racing with a trophy for the winner of each of the 120m sprint and 1200m races – declaration of your race time on entry and the winner will be the athlete with the nearest time on the day to their declared time on entry.
Tickets can be purchased from tomorrow at EIS and Hillsborough. From week commencing 26 September from Karen Kelly at Woodbourn Rd. Tickets are as follows:
Race only £3
BBQ only £5
Race and BBQ £7
Hallamshire Harriers Committee
On Sunday 24 July despite many being away on holiday, our athletes rallied on the day competing in their full allocation of events. They all put outstanding performances and won the final league meeting achieving promotion in a tight league race between Middlesborough, Rotherham and Hallamshire. Congratulations to Middlesborough who were also promoted.
Our grateful thanks also go to all the officials and parent volunteers who made sure we received our full points score for officiating.