Harriers enjoy a successful outing at Druridge Bay
0 Have your say A total of just over 1,500 finishing runners took part in the ten-event programme at the second Start Fitness North Eastern Harrier League meeting, held at a sunny and relatively warm Druridge Bay Country Park, on Sunday.
A total of 75 Morpeth Harriers helped the club enjoy one of its best days on a competitive front, with no less than five team wins, one second team place, a third team place, and two of their athletes managing fastest times of the day.
Following a most disappointing start to their 2016-2017 Harrier League campaign at Wrekenton the previous week, the clubs... read more
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