Winter Training.

September 11, 2016

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Aggies Staircase Fell Race.

June 20, 2016

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This race took place on 16th June 2016 and was a counter for the Preston Harriers fell championship and also the inter-club fell series.There was a good turnout with the male runners but once again female runners were low in number.On the night a waterproof top was optional but perhaps full body cover should have been advised due to the midge invasion.


Why run on a nice smooth surface when you can run over rocks instead.


5th.Richard Smith. 30.55.

8th.Jon Green.         32.00.

17th.John Rainford. 33.43

23rd.Alex Waddalove.34.53

25th.Katy Foster. 34.55. First Lady.

36th.John Bradley.36.28

48th.Chris Wales.37.25.

49th.Mark Lee.  37.25

69th.Alan Martin. 39.23

83rd.Alan Appleby.  41.16.

87th.Jim Doherty.    41.36

91st.Mick McLoughlin. 42.09

106th.Pete Carter. 43.58.

119th.Vicky Sherrington.  46.35.

131st. Peter McDermott.50.34.

133rd.Melanie Haworth. 50.59.

145th.George Arnold.1.04.19.

Sorry Richard you were going to fast for photo.







Curry Run (1) 3/5/16

May 9, 2016

Curry Run 1 2016
Postion Name Cat Time
1 Jon Green m 00:53:38
2 Roger Taylor m 01:02:27
3 Mike Burnham m 01:02:47
4 Alan Martin m 01:04:14
5 Roy Parkinson m 01:04:14
6 Josie Greenhalgh f 01:06:25
7 Mick Mac m 01:09:01
8 Pete Carter m 01:11:25
9 Jim Doherty m 01:13:24
Next Run 14th JUNE

Curry Run 9/6/15 (2)

June 25, 2015

Curry Run 2
Postion Name Cat Time
1 Jon Green M              00:49:45
2 Tony Marlow M        00:58:35
3 Albert Sunter M        01:00:57
4 John Bradley M        01:01:30
5 Peter Carter M          01:04:18
6 Josie Greenhalgh F  01:04:30
7 Lindsey Berends F   01:04:44
8 Mick Mac M              01:06:35
9 Roy Parkinson M     01:08:55
10 Jim Doherty M       01:09:57
11 Ian Charters M        01:13:42
12 Tony Varley M        01:22:25
13 Alan Martin M         DNF

Next Run 7th July
6:45 pm start for everyone !!
as they stop orders for food 8:30pm
late arrivals WILL still get timed

Curry Run 12thMay (1)

May 18, 2015

Results for Curry Run.
Postion Name Cat Time
1 John Rainy m 00:57:23
2Tony Marlow m 00:59:14
3 Alan Martin m 01:05:46
4 Roy Parkinson m 01:05:46
5 Mick Mac m 01:06:33
6 Mick Burnham m 01:07:03
7 Gordon Thompson m 01:09:14
8 Peter Carter m 01:10:44
9 Jim Doherty m 01:11:05
10 Ian Charter m 01:14:44
11Hiedi Atkins F 01:22:07
12 Dave Muncaster m 01:22:07

Interclub fell races 2015

April 22, 2015

Date Race/Event
Wed 27th May

Harrock Hill – Farmers Arms, Bispham Green, L40 3SL – same as for Parbold Hill race – £4 on the
night – 7.30pm – 8.4k/275m

Sat 20th June
47th Great Hill Race- Festival field, Brinscall – part of the Brinscall Festival – 9.3k and 480m of
climb. Road, stoney track and moorland to Great Hill – pre-entry £4 (entry forms at or
£6 on the day

Tues 7th July

20 Barriers – Carnforth High School – 7pm – 8k/160m

Sat 15th Aug

Darwen Gala Catherine Dowdall Memorial – 1.30pm – 7.5k/283m – £5 entry on the day






Black Coombe Fell Race

March 16, 2015


Black Combe. AM. 13km/1000m.

After Bleasdale Circle’s gently slopes our second championship race brought us to some proper hills for this belter of a race, sadly only five harriers to enjoy them. A large field of 213 runners sped from the start line but this time I started slowly knowing what was to come. We crossed three small fields to reach the first short steep climb to c.p.1 on Seaness then head to the walkers path for the long gradual climb to c.p2 on Black Combe which I ran a bit, walked a bit to reach the top. At this stage I was running in a small group, taking turns to overtake each other as we headed on fast paths slightly down hill to the turning point in very bogy ground. Then back on nice grassy paths for a fast run able section to the c.p at White Combe. A short steep descent to the ruined hay rack in the coll before turning sharp right for a mad dash down the side of the valley to the stream junction c.p. Here I managed to get in front of our group as I jumped the stream to begin the final climb, and what a climb it is especially on tired legs. The only thing to do is hands on knees, head down and keep plodding away. The group were now back together as we headed up. From the split times this climb of just over one mile took me 29 mins and 30 secs. By the top our group had split up and it was everyone for themselves on the long descent to the finish. If you get the racing line right you fly down, a quick compass bearing 207* and we are off, the runners in front going too far right as they followed the ones in front. Its short heather interspersed with grass patches as we run flat out. We soon pop back on to the walker’s path in front of the runners who went right and continued our downward plunge to the finish. Shortly after hitting the path three runners went left to descend the left side of the valley and I was tempted to follow but resisted sticking to the main path. As we neared the finished these runner gained on us, so next time it’s that side for the descent. Finally into the finish field and across the line after an exhilarating descent which took me 13 mins 9 secs to cover over a mile. The winner took 9 mins. Well done Andrew in his first Lakes race and he picked a classic. We were then feed with pies and all the tea you could drink for a £7 entry fee.


1st Rob Jebb, 1.09.14.

29th Andrew Newton, 1.22.23.

61st John Rainford, 1.29.16.

62nd Dave Parkington, 1.30.05.

133rd Mick McLoughlin, 1.45.27.

189th Pete Carter, 2.01.37.

213 ran and finished.