Annual Membership (and new payment method)

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As from 6:30pm 10th February, 2015, we will be accepting membership payments. This will now be done through Entry Central by clicking on the following link: Join Wee County Harriers or by going to the main Membership page on the Website.

The total payment for the year will be £21.00.



Devilla Day Out!!

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Well done to all the Wee County Harriers who took part in the Devilla 15k. Conditions were perfect and everyone seemed to enjoy themselves (apart from the odd slip here and there).

A special mention to Bob Warnock for being first man home and Linda Lucey for first lady. Also all of you who were able to post a PB. That said, on that course and on a clear winters day, it genuinely was a pleasure to participate regardless.

Once again, well done to all!!

Devilla2015 Team photo


February Schedule published

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Training Sessions planned for February are now published on “This Months Schedule”, which includes the first GP event of the year – the Devilla 15K.

Training Tuesday 13th January

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Remember training on Tuesday night is at Lornshill for intervals, usual time 6.30 pm. The up the Hub for the AGM

Web Site Stats – Annual Report for 2014

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WordPress provides us with an annual report that gives an oversight of information related to the usage of Website, i.e. how many views, most popular posts/pages, where people have viewed the site from etc.

Since the sites been up in running in its present format it has attracted a fair amount of attention….good news for the profile of the club.

You can have a look at the report by clicking on the link below:

Running Pace Calculator added to Website

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The Jack Daniels running pace calculator has been added to the site on the Training menu. It allows you to understand your times in terms of predicting what they might be for different distances and it also suggests the type of pace you should be running in training for intervals, tempo, etc. based on the actual times you are currently doing.

All you need to do is enter either a known time for a race you have recently completed along with the distance, or what you consider your time/mile pace to be for a particular distance.

If nothing else it’s a bit of fun, have a play around with it and see what you think —-> Running Calculator