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Entries are now being accepted for this year’s Otley 10-mile road race. Please help spread the word!
Please check the club notice board in the Cricket Club for forthcoming races and car sharing options.
A reminder of other forthcoming events in the near future:
Sarah Fuller is looking to get teams together for various off-road relays, full details here.
Thursday 24th April - Fewston Handicap, meet at Swinsty Reservoir car park at 7:00pm for a 7:15pm start or meet at the rugby club at 6:45pm for car sharing.
Monday April 28th – Charity curry night for Spana, a charity to support working animals in the poorer countries of the world. Not a pure club night but Colin Best’s wife is a supporter of the charity. Details here.
Thursday 8th May – The first of the HDSRL races to be hosted by Ilkley Harriers. Race start time 7:45pm from Ilkley Rugby Club.
Tuesday 13th May – The always popular Danefield Handicap. Meet near at Danefield car park at 7:00pm for a 7:15pm start.
Wednesday 4th June – Club handicap as part of the HDSRL race at Richmond.
Saturday 10th May – CRO Challenge, Clapham. Off-road marathon or 12-mile. And that’s Clapham, North Yorkshire.
Wednesday 28th May - Yorkshire Evening Trail Series (YETiS)#1, 6:30pm from the Gascoigne Arms, Barwick-In-Elmet.
Wednesday 18th June - YETiS #2, 6:30pm from the Fox & Hounds, Bramhope.
Wednesday 16th July - YETiS #3, 6:30pm from the Fox Inn, Thorner.
Wednesday 13th August - YETiS 4, 6:30pm from the Windmill Inn, Linton.
Friday 10th October – The yearly ‘Jolly Jaunt to Korks with Julian’, this year to see China Crisis. In his own words: Absolutely impossible for anyone to dislike them with songs such as Christian, Wishful Thinking and Black Man Ray. Tickets are likely to go fast so book here or direct from Korks.
‘Moonlighting’ is back; the alternative to pounding the Tarmac during the dark nights.
For the uninitiated, this involves off-road running. Everyone is welcome, but appropriate running gear is necessary ie, trail/fell shoes, windproof, head torch.
Ideas for routes are always welcome and if anyone wants more info on particular runs ask Head Moonlighter, Liz Fawcett, at training and she’ll bring a map with her next time.
Of course, this is not without danger (the run, not Liz) and – Disclaimer – by joining this activity, you agree to do so at your own risk!
We usually have two groups to ensure everybody’s pace can be accommodated and is open to everyone in the club however fast or slow. Anyone new to the club is particularly welcome, so why not give it a go?!
See Notices and Forthcoming Events for dates.