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

A fantastic day for running with blue sky and a cool breeze with 9 New Marske Harriers covering the 12.3 miles, 2200ft. With only one run since the Blakey Blitz, Shelli Gordon stormed to 2nd place in the ladies race to grab the Leading Female Senior position in the final race of the series.  Kath Aspin followed her home in 4th place having already clinched the Leading Female over 40 for the series.  Rob Ray led the men home in 43rd position, followed by Mick McGurk in 132nd, Nick O'Grady 139th, Martin White 155th, Clive Summersgill in 158th and Colin Scollay in 186th.  Next race Carlton Challenge, Tuesday 20th April at 7pm

Gail force winds and a temperature of  4 degrees greeted the  6 brave New Marske Harriers on what looked a warm sunny day in the valley.  At 10.8 miles and 2630ft across open terrain it is about the toughest fell race on the North York Moors.  The ladies continued their fine form winning the team prize with Shelli Gordon 3rd, Kay Neesam 5th and Kath Aspin 10th.  Nick O'Grady led the New Marske men home followed by Mick McGurk and Martin White.  Next up the Gisborough Moors Race on Sunday 11th April.


Clay Bank East
Posted by grahamatnewmarske at 9:00 pm, March 14th 2010.

A good turn out from New Marske Harriers on a sunny Mother's Day,  New Marske Ladies won the team prize with Kath Aspin 2nd behind winner Pippa Archer,  Kay Neesam 5th followed by Shelli Gordon. Rob Ray had a good run finishing just in front of Kath and then set off to run the Cross Country at Richmond!


The race hinged on The Captain Cook's section where the two leaders Darren Bilton and Elliott Jackson missed the left turn through the old quarry and ended up at Gribdale. This allowed Jonathan Skidmore and Thomas Edwards to move through into first and second places respectively. However Darren and Elliott gave chase and a jubilant Darren regained the lead winning in 34:26 with Elliott finishing in 4th.

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