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Summer Athletics Programme -------- Weekly Social Runs/Walks...



Caversham and Otago Athletics 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


Cavy Chat

Our "Cavy Chat" newsletter ... January Summer edition out now!


President's Report 2014
I see the future of the Club as being quite bright, even though Athletics as a sport is going through a rough patch at the moment. We have a long history, have remained independent, and have good people to get us through and to grow....  MORE


Club runs continue throughout the summer. Meet at the Cannington Road end of John McGlashan college. 5.45 pm Monday and Wednesdays. Keep an eye on our face book page "Caversham Harrier and Athletics Club" for additional social runs and information".             

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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.

  • 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. 



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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