Saturday 9th September proved to be one of the most memorable and encouraging days in recent Teviotdale Harriers history, with over 70 runners gathering to participate in the traditional ‘opening run.’ Continue reading Harriers Captains Fantastic
MEMBERSHIP for 2017-18 season is now open. This year each member will be allocated a race number for all Harriers races. This number must be kept for the duration of the season. Until a membership fee is paid each athlete will be provided with a temporary paper number. Continue reading Membership for 2017-18 Season
In 1889 following a run, nine Hawick men called a meeting, “for the purpose of forming a Harriers club.” Teviotdale Harriers were born. One of the founder members, John R. Purdom was elected first ever Club Captain. The Captain according to John L. Coltman’s book, ‘First Hundred,’ was, “vested with full power to arrange runs, places of meets, paces, whips etc.”
At a recent committee meeting it was decided that the honour of Club Captain should be marked with a small memento. It was decided that the memento should be presented in the form of a pin badge, designed in the shape of the Harriers’ gate insignia.
It was also decided that this keepsake should be extended to all past Captains who’ve had the privilege to lead the third oldest running club in Scotland.
At this years opening run on Saturday 9th September, all past Men’s, Women’s and Junior Captains are warmly invited to come along to the Harriers clubrooms at 1pm for the opening run or to Hawick and Wilton Cricket Club at 4pm for a social event where the Club President will present the badges to past Captains.
The bar will be open and there will be a buffet provided, to which all members, family and friends are invited.
Teviotdale Harriers Committee.
Photo’s courtesy of Kenny Baillie
Please note that registration will now take place at Hawick and Wilton Cricket Club next to the Volunteer Park between 10.30 am and 12 noon.
Entry via www.entrycentral.com or by clicking this link for an entry form Harriers10kEntryForm2015
If you wish to post your entry form please contact Pam Paxton for address details on email@example.com
‘Entries are OPEN for Scottish Half Marathon on 19th September 2015!
This seriously flat and rapid route takes you along the magnificent East Lothian Golf
Coast before finishing in the final furlong at Musselburgh Racecourse,
Scotland’s oldest racecourse.
Don’t fancy doing it alone? There’s also the Duo Challenge event which allows two
participants to run the half marathon distance between them – you just need to
decide who gets the glory leg!
If anyone is interested in a free place, please email Paul Lockie firstname.lastname@example.org before Wednesday 22nd April. If there is more than one person interested a draw will be made by the committee.
Please see below link