Mission Statement

The object of New Marske Harriers is the promotion of community participation in healthy recreation for the benefit of the inhabitants of Redcar and Cleveland and it's neighbouring Boroughs by the provision of facilities for athletics. Registered Charity Number 1168578

Locke Park 20Ten


Faced with an already crowded calendar, made worse by other events trying to arrange alternative dates following the weather on Sunday, we have decided to move this race to 28th October and replace the 10 Mile (only) race originally planned for that date.

Obviously those who who only want a 10 Mile race will still have one to run but it is also a chance still to  race the 20 miles, perhaps as a "go for it" race rather than a prep race for a spring marathon.

Some might prefer the chance to train for such a distance during the summer rather than winter months





Starts this Wednesday 21st March,

the training track

Laurence Jackson School



Between  6-7

All interested juniors please turn up, we are looking for Teams in each age group.  Priority for team inclusion will be given to those who have attended the sessions.

Please contact me if you are interested but are unable to attend the sessions.

Many Thanks

Helen Jones        This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Annual Subscriptions For 2018 Are Now Due

Emails have been sent to all members requesting payment for 2018 subs. So if you haven't already done so please check your email account for the email sent on 27th February (Check spam if you can't find it in your inbox).

Junior and senior members will benfit from a £7 discount if paid before April 1st

You can also pay via this link

National Cross Country Championships 2018


Report  by Clive Thornton

The National Cross Country Championships returned to its now spiritual home for the 2018 edition at Parliament Hill, Hampstead Heath in London. In a record breaking year some 6444 athletes competed on the day across 10 events. New Marske Harriers small contingent of 3 athletes braved the arctic windchill blast of weather, when running was definitely warmer than spectating.
The Parliament Hill course is famed for its hill start, a 400 metre 1 in 10 ramp which thins out the competitors in readiness for the remaining undulations, the ankle deep in parts mud bath and sometimes hard underfoot fast running ground, and generally great cross country course.
Jack Farrel was our youngest competitor competing in the under 13 boys was off first, where in field of 570 he claimed 270th in a time of 14.33 for the 3km course. Next up was Eli Barnbrook in the junior women, Eli had a terrific run where after a slight diversion for the leading runners, she came in 29th from a field of 146 in a time of 27.10 for their 6km+ course.
In the final event of the day Clive Thornton competed in the senior mens event over a 12km course, finishing 929th from a field of 2328 in a time of 53.18. Next year sees the Nationals heading north, possibly and likely to be held at Harewood House just north of Leeds, where the Northern Championships were successfully hosted earlier this year. Thats a terrific course for competitors and spectators.

Snake Lane 10 - 25/02/18


 Another great day at the popular Snake Lane 10 mile race.  Nobody got anywhere near Ricky Stevensons long time course record but Andy Pearson had a great run to pick up the 2nd v45 prize in 58:29.  A head wind in the undulating final 2 1/2 miles made it a hard finish to the race impacting on times.

New Marske dominated the ladies prizes with Sharon Bulman collecting the 1st V40 prize, Trish Speedie 1st V45 prize and Kath Aspin the 1st V50 prize.  Together they also reclaimed their trophy for 1st Ladies team that they lent out last year!.

snake lane results 2018


Full Results New Markse Photos



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