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Caversham Harriers

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Saturday, 11 October - Closing Day - Club run/walk from the Clubrooms, Middleton Road -------- Summer Athletics Programme -------- Weekly Social Runs/Walks...

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Results

Peninsula Road Relay 20-9-2014 - Provisional Results ----- Port Chalmers Road Races 6-9-2014 -------- Clyde - Alex Road Races ------- Brighton - Green Island Road Races 16-8-2014 --------- National Cross Country Champs, Christchurch

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Cavy Chat

Our "Cavy Chat" newsletter ... September edition out now!

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CLOSING DAY
This Saturday sees the closing day of the harrier season. Meet at the clubrooms at 1.30 pm and please bring something on a plate for afternoon tea. We will finish the season with a club run.  The track season begins on the same day and we are required to provide 3 helpers. Is anyone available to help out? Please let Dave Stinson or Stu McCormack know.

The social evening is next Saturday 18th October. The theme is 'Mad Hatters Tea Party' and will be a mystery bus tour followed by a meal and drinks. The club will pay for the bus. You pay for your meal and drinks. It's going to be a lot of fun.  Final numbers have to be in and booked this Tuesday. Put your name in the book at the club or contact Anne anneandbrian@xtra.co.nz

Our president Colin Dick steps down in November. Thanks Colin for your fine stewardship of the club. We suspect you and Marlene will be somewhat relieved that you can spend more of your energies on fitting out that beautiful new house of yours.

And thanks to two people (among many)  who do a sterling job  within the club - the incredibly hard work that Alison Newall does behind the scenes as our entry steward and as a selector; and Akaroa simply wouldn't happen without Peter Blackwood's drive, energy and personal style. We doff our Cavy cap to both these fine club members. (And many thanks to Stu McCormack for his fine leadership and inspiration over the season - well done!) 

Thanks to all the people who supported the operation of our activities throughout the season, whether on committees or tea duties, pack leaders or marshals. Your help was essential to the smooth running of the club and was much appreciated.  One thing that members could consider for the future, is to become more involved in the running of your club. Not only do we need your help but there is a sense of personal satisfaction to be had from any role you might put your hand up for.

Club runs continue throughout the summer. Meet at the Cannington Road end of John McGlashan college. 5.45 pm Monday and Wednesdays.              

  
Bits and Pieces

Subs are now due, and you can pay them online - see here.

  •  Application for Grant

The Caversham Harrier Committee will consider an application for funding assistance where an athlete represents the Club, Otago or New Zealand in representative events.  Click here for an application.

  • Photos
    Check out the Galleries tab above for photos from recent events.

  • Club Personalities
    The Smith Family have returned to NZ and are making the most of Caversham Harriers....click here to learn a little about this Club family.

  • Newsletter 
    The latest Caversham Harrier Club Newsletter  "Cavy Chat" is now available, go to "Our Club" click on to "Cavy Chat Newsletter". It will also be sent via Email to all clubmembers. 

 

TAKAHE to AKAROA Road Relay Results - click here


PRESIDENTIAL PRATTERINGS  1 October 2014
Oops! With all the excitement of the Cadbury Dunedin Marathon and other events happening over the last few weeks, I overlooked congratulating Joshua Baan on his win....  MORE

THE JOHN STINSON REPORT  7 September 2014
Club members achieved excellent results at the annual Port Chalmers-Dunedin Road Races held last Saturday ......MORE

 

 

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 WWI COMMEMORATION

As we look to commemorate Otago' s point of first involvement in World War One, it is fitting to remember the sacrifice made by club members of the time. There were about 40 who were called to duty and of that number - R L Aitken, A C Boys, H Gear, A Gray, D Gray, J Freeman, J Hewett, J McAhan, A White , D White and R White - made the ultimate sacrifice and didn't return from the battlefields.

 

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Edmond Cup Steeplechase Triumph   
Congratulations to Caversham Harriers and Walkers who produced wonderful results at the Edmond Cup Steeplechase races on Saturday 12 July - see here for results.  How long since a father and son combination have featured in the winning Men's team?  A very special result for Geoff and Ben Anderson.  
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              Geoff Anderson flying at Wingatui
                                                                                                         

 

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