Tony Wayte and Alistair Sexton ran the Balmoral 15 mile trail race, on a scenic course round the Balmoral estate. Tony was first Harrier home in 40th position overall and 3rd MV50 in a time of 1.49.50, with Alistair completing the run in 2.46.57.
Colin Tipping revisited childhood haunts with a slightly different outcome in mind when he made the trip to Blackpool to run the Blackpool marathon. Colin put in a top effort to finish in 5.16.58.
What more can you ask for - new club record, a pb and £1800 for your favoured charity? All in a day's running for Wendy Taylor at the London Marathon. Wendy's new club record is an excellent time of 3.28.44. Husband Paul was hampered over the closing stages with a calf injury, but still finished with an impressive 3.37.31. Gary Brock and Janine Grant ran fine marathon debuts to finish in 3.54.43 and 4.35.06.
Runners of all ages and levels of fitness are most welcome at our club training runs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays with some seasonal variation.
Whether you are local or a visitor to the area, a competitive runner or occasional jogger, if you like to run, why not come along and join in?
We have a lively and active Junior Harriers section, open to all between the ages of 9 and 16. Juniors meet on Sunday mornings and Thursday evenings at Braidhaugh (Crieff and Strathearn Rugby Club) in Crieff.
Each year the Club organises what we like to think is one of Scotland's most enjoyable and scenic 10ks. Full race information and online entry here for The Crieff 10k.
We also organise a great hill relay race in September - full race information here for the Simon Wake Comrie Hills Relay. And in 2012 we launched The Strathearn Marathon, a tough new marathon in a beautiful Perthshire setting, which is rapidly becoming a firm favourite on the Scottish marathon circuit.
For more information about the Club, contact Secretary Fiona McDonald on 01764 655654 or email the club at email@example.com or just come along to any club run.
To join the club, please complete the online membership form.