The clubs annual presentation evening will be on Saturday 18th November 2017 at Ardler Community Centre from 6-11pm.
Award ceremony from 6-8pm followed by buffet and disco until 11pm.
Tickets £2 per person, available from committee members on training nights.
Hope to see lots of you there for a fun, social evening 😀
Waiting List Suspension (Juniors 9-18 years)
Due to the upcoming displacement of the club for the redevelopment of Caird Park the committee has taken the difficult decision to suspend our waiting list to new junior members for a few months to allow current members / groups and coaches to settle into new training venues. This is to ensure continued safety for all.
As of today and until the end of January 2018 no further junior members will be added to the waiting list.
If you or your child is interested in joining the club / athletics please contact Debbie Letham, Membership Secretary on DHHMembership@hotmail.com who will be able to advise when the list will be open again
There were some fantastic performances at yesterday’s River Ness 10k. Overall winner was Kris Jones (running for Swansea) who completed the course in 29:51 which was the 3rd fastest time in the events history. First home in a Hawks vest was James Donald (33:29) followed closely by Mike Herron (33:40) and Johnny McBain (34:52). Completing the Hawk’s lineup were Lee Strachan, Kenny Liddell, Ryan Donald (all sub 38), Angus Donald and Joyce Donald. This was the penultimate race in the 2017 series with most of the categories now decided. Final race is the DRR hosted Templeton 10 in November.
Six Hawks travelled to Glenrothes to tackle the Stuart Duncan memorial 5KM race. This was a fast out and back course on traffic free cycle paths with a slight uphill first half followed by the return downhill finish. First Hawk(and first overall) was Mike Herron in a PB time of 16:36. Robert Sellars of PH racing was next home followed closely by Billy Gibson(16:44), Johnny McBain(16:59), Lee Strachan(17:03) and Andrew Leech(17:41) to complete the top six places.
Nicola Tully finished in a time of 23:00 to claim 7th place in the female race and complete the required six counters for the championship. Nicola has built an unassailable lead in the veteran category so will need to find some space on her mantelpiece for some silverware come prize giving.
“Following recent inquiries regarding the categories of club membership and the benefits of this, this statement clarifies the clubs position following a recent committee meeting.
Anyone attending an organised club session has to, as a minimum, associate with the club for welfare and governance compliance.
Club Association is free and meant for non-competing coaches, officials, parent helpers & short term visiting athletes and is NOT a membership of Dundee Hawkhill Harriers. Therefore, this does not have any of the benefits of being an actual club member such as insurance through the club, or reduced track fees on club nights.
If you are not a member, full track fees must be paid. These are : Adult £4 /Junior £2:60
For competing athletes the best (and long term cheaper) option would be to join Dundee Hawkhill Harriers or, if already a member of another club, to become a 2nd claim member with DHH with all the benefits of club membership.
If you have any queries or need to associate / become 2nd claim member, please contact Debbie Letham on DHHMembership@hotmail.com
Dundee Hawkhill Harriers end of season festival
23rd Sept 2017
U11 to U20 end of season festival will take place at the Caird Park on 23rd Sept.
This is a club event only.
There will be 4 events, 2 Track, 2 Field. You can chose which ones you want to do, or do them all.
Events are: 200m (100m for U11), 1200m (800m U11), Long jump and Shot putt
Individual medals will be given out for 1st place in events, there will also be medals for overall winners, who compete in all 4 events, for each age group.
You must sign up before the day. On the day entries will not be accepted!
Further information will be provided shortly, speak to your coach for more information or to sign up.
The first additional hill race added to the current championship series will take place on Saturday 26th August. This will be the race which is part of the Auchterhouse Sports Day. The race starts at 3pm and you can register on the day. Auchterhouse Sports day committee would like anyone intending to race to use the online form to indicate numbers. It’s not binding or compulsory but helps them organise the race. Copy and paste the shortcut below into your browser
Entry fee is £3
Local athletes set new course records at last night’s White Tops Hill Race. Kristian Jones of the Hawks took just over a minute off Jamie Crowe’s 2016 record and Dundee Road Runner’s Anwen Darlington took just over a minute off Alison McGill’s 2011 record. 42 runners turned out on a fine evening which turned cold and misty just as the race got underway! No-one got lost in the mist thankfully and everyone seemed to enjoy themselves apart from Hawk Scott Dyer who had to pull out after rolling his ankle on the hill. Hope it heals quickly Scott. Full results are available via the link below.
I am announcing today that after 8 years of organising the Glas Tulaichean and White Tops races on behalf of the club, this year was my last year. I feel I’ve put in a good shift but it’s time for me to move over and let someone else do the organising. If anyone in the club wants to take responsibility, I will work with them to help keep the races alive and kicking. If no-one wants to take them on, I will offer other clubs the opportunity.
White Tops 2017 results
This year’s White Tops Hill race takes place at Kirkton of Auchterhouse on Friday 7th July at 7:30 pm. The race is open to anyone over the age of 17 and registration starts at 6pm in the village school hall. Prizes and refreshment will be available in the hall after the race
I still need volunteers to help with marshalling, in the village and on the hill, so if you are free on the evening please get in touch with me on 07714 221628 or email me at email@example.com
It was a glorious sunny day for the latest counter in the senior road race championship. Eight Hawks made the trip to take part in the Glenrothes Road Running Festival 10k which also included races at 4k and 2k as well as a junior jog. The race started and finished at the Michael Woods Sports centre following a fairly fast course through the surrounding streets and parks. The heat resulted in tough conditions but the participating Hawks did the club proud yet again. The race was won by PH Racing’s Roger Clark who led from start to finish in a time of 35:02. Mike Herron (35:12) and Johnny McBain (35:27) finished strongly over the last 2 miles to claim podium places with Billy Gibson dropping into 4th after contesting the lead during the first half of the race.
There were also PB performances for Andrew Leech (37:12) and birthday boy Kenny Liddell (38:12).
First home for the ladies was Jennifer Learmonth (41:32) followed home by Nicola Tully in 50:45.
Phil Forte took an unassailable lead in the v60 championship with 4 wins from 4 races in the category. With 5 races to go in the series a late entrant is required to knock Phil off his perch!!