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  1. On her Senior International debut in Saturday’s Great Edinburgh Cross Country event, Morpeth Harrier Mhairi MacLennan finished 21st in the Women’s 6k event.
  2. Billingham Synthonia 0-6 Morpeth Town
  3. North East Cross-Country action got underway for 2018, when the fourth Start Fitness Harrier League took place at an extremely wet and muddy Herrington Country Park, near Penshaw, County Durham on Saturday.
  4. Pre-Event entry has now closed for Morpeth Harriers' popular annual New Year’s Day Road Race.
  5. Laura to run in Commonwealth Games

    Morpeth Harrier Laura Weightman is on her way to the 2018 Commonwealth Games after being selected to run in Australia in April.
  6. Saturday saw the first meeting of the new point-to-point season over the Ratcheugh course at Alnwick with a total of 42 runners from up and down the country.
  7. This Saturday will see the Point-to-Point horse racing season begin again at the picturesque course of Ratcheugh Farm near Alnwick.
  8. Weak Winter sunshine and unseasonably mild conditions - that would have seemed impossible only days previously in the midst of the snowfalls that descended on the North East - greeted the 176 runners at the 58th Blyth Sands Race on Sunday morning.
  9. Morpeth Harriers & AC, celebrated their 2016/17 achievements in fine style, when they held their annual awards presentation night at Bar Luga in Morpeth, on the evening of Sunday, November 26.
  10. Eight athletes from Morpeth Harriers travelled to Liverpool on Saturday to compete in the third meeting of the UK Cross Country Challenge, which also incorporated the European Trials, and were held on the usually demanding conditions in Sefton Park, of ankle deep mud.
  11. A very special VIP has won the race to sign up for next year’s Kielder Marathon weekend as entries open today (Thursday).
  12. Having his first competitive outing in four months, Morpeth Harrier Peter Newton made easy meat of the opposition in the annual Heaton Harriers Memorial 10k Road Race on Sunday.