Category Archives: Parkrun

Denbigh Harriers Weekly Report – weekend 9th Feb 2019

The 27th edition of the NickBeer 10k took place on 10th February with 18 Denbigh harriers joining the 596 runners starting the race. Thankfully storm Erik had subsided but the hilly course round the Great Orme in Llandudno still had some … Continue reading

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Denbigh Harriers Weekly Report Weekend 2nd February 2019

The final fixture of the North Wales and Border Cross Country League was run on the partly thawed fields in Oswestry with its customery hills and water hazards to contend with. The ladies’ team was missing some if its usual … Continue reading

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Denbigh Harriers Weekly report Weekend 26th Jan ‘19

On Friday night Denbigh Harriers’ Tony Benton was a first timer to the Dash in the Dark series held at night in Llandegla forest.  He soon realised that his head torch was woefully inadequate for the job. Luckily for him … Continue reading

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Weekly roundup 20th Jan 2019

Five Denbigh Harriers took to the start line of Twin Piers 10 K With  434 other runners racing. There was the usual headwind but none of the dreadful conditions Twin Piers can be famous for. First Harrier home with Joe … Continue reading

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Weekly round up 14.01.19

Cross-Country League hots up as Denbigh Harriers Men’s and Women’s teams fight to stay in Division One This week it was all about Cross-Country – the fourth and penultimate race in the North Wales league series and with the Men’s … Continue reading

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Christmas & New Year round up 07.01.19

Vic Belshaw & Menai Baugh crowned category champions at the North Wales Cross-Country Championships at Rhug You’d expect most people to ease back and put their feet up over Christmas and New Year, not so if you’re a Denbigh Harrier, … Continue reading

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Weekly round up 19.12.18

Tracey Williams makes an epic comeback winning the Denbigh Harriers Johnson’s Monument 10k Club Handicap Race This weekend saw the Denbigh Harriers annual Johnson’s Monument 10k Club Handicap Race. Not quite midwinter and not quite as cold (6C) or wet … Continue reading

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Weekly round up 11.12.18

Mud, mud and more mud as 6 Harriers pull on North Wales vests at the Welsh Inter Counties Cross Country Championships It’s a great honour to run for your region and 6 Harriers were recently selected to do just that … Continue reading

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Weekly round up 19.11.18

  Emma Collins and Menai Baugh run for Wales As we draw to the end of a fantastic year for them both,  Emma Collins and Menai Baugh represented Wales in the British and Irish International Cross Country Championships in Singleton Park, … Continue reading

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Weekly round up 12.11.18

It’s all about the off-road as the North Wales XC League hots up in Wrexham and Harriers race the trails in Betws It was the 3rd fixture in the North Wales XC League Series on Saturday with the race taking … Continue reading

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