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Worksop Harriers ladies 2014 Inter Club Cross Country League champions !!
5th January Killamarsh
19th January Worksop
2nd February Retford
16th February Clowne
2nd March Handsworth
Worksop Harriers ladies team won in the final race in the local cross-country league to win the series, which in the first year competing in it, is quite an achievement. Such was their winning margin that it elevated the club as a whole to third place overall despite the mens team finishing in fifth place.
The 5.2 mile race at Handsworth was a two lap course with an enjoyable mix of fields & woods with a good variation of gradients & terrain.
While obviously pleased with the result Worksop Harriers Chairman Peter Fendley said the most encouraging thing about entering the league had been the great team spirit it had engendered.
“We have had over 50 different members take part over the series & for many it was their first taste of cross-country. Everyone has enjoyed the experience & the camaraderie has just built up with every race. We now look to carry this enthusiasm on in the Notts summer road race & Lincs track & field leagues which both start in April".
After eight races, five in the league & three championships (county, midland & national) the Harriers cross-country season is over, but with everyone a little bit fitter the focus now moves on to road running, the London marathon & the summer track & field leagues.
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Clumber park parkrun
Thankyou to all the runners and marshalls that regularly attend our weekly
parkruns in Clumber park at 9.00 am every Saturday morning,
we look forward to seeing you at these events.
Clumber park parkrun
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Wednesday 8.00-9.00 pm @ Shireoaks village Hall £4.00 for the hour session.
Mat provided. The class is Modern Pilates - which is functional, this helps with posture,
bending, lifting, dealing with day to day activities, including greater muscle
strength and endurance increased mobility and flexibiliy improved function of
the lungs and circulation. Helps improve the strength of the pelvic floor
muscles. Reduction in pain and recovery time with a repetitive strain injury.
Run by Carol Lonsdale.