Rob & Suzanne Harbourne

This month’s meet a Harrier is in fact Meet The Harriers  as we have aa husband and wife team Rob and Suzanne Harbourne,  having got boredof racing each other to lamposts round their streets, Rob took theplunge and joined The Harriers quickly followed by Sue.Both of the Harbournes are very much part of the Harriers […]

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Gillian Hall

The word legend doesn’t get bandied around the club a lot but when itcomes to our next runner it definitely applies to this lady. She hasbeen with the club nearly from the beginning and she still has a zestfor running like she did all those years ago but probably moans aboutit a bit more,  one […]

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Kate Holden

This month’s Harrier is Kate and if you’re looking for someone who has blossomed in their short running career look no further, from park runs to running every day through the month of October. She’s set to tackle her first ever Marathon in April and if her training so far is anything to go by […]

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Sue Crabtree

This month’s meet the Harrier is Sue “The Coach ” Crabtree as she isaffectionately known to many of us in the Harriers, Sue is one of theexperienced runners in the club and is a fountain of knowledge withher favourite word “fartlek” being used a lot every club night.Sue always strives to produce her best when […]

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Lisa Hessey

The 2nd meet a Harrier is with a new runner to our club Lisa Hessey she has not been running with the club long but has  embraced the Harriers spirit. Lisa can be found most weekends scouring the local running community for a race and signing up, at the last count her running diary was […]

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Michael Murphy

Our first Meet a Harrier is with our secretary aka The Gaffer Michael Murphy,  he is one of the most experienced members of the club and can remember the early days of Crossgates Harriers when the club was small but has helped us expand to the numbers we have now.  Michael has retired from races […]

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