Susie Stephen (nee Rutherford), Jo Scott and Bernadette Caygill take the team prize with Susie winning the ladies race.
Ian Barnes in track action
19th December 2003 report
Harriers hosted the North-Eastern AA cross country championships at Branksome School on Saturday. With some of the region's top athletes taking part there was some excellent racing and close finishers.
The senior women's team of Susie Rutherford, Bernadette Taylor and Alison Raw took pride of place by putting in an outstanding performance to take the women's title with 16 points from a strong Chester-le-Street.
Senior men: first home for the club was Martin Grainger 25th in 44.44, who retains the Richardson Trophy. Nigel Orr 33rd 4544, Simon Rutherford 49th 46.55, Ron Read 70th 48.49, Jack Mason 89th 50.20, Ben Wilson 108th 52.32, Paul Smith 111th 52.46, Steve Hutchinson 125th 54.35, Brian Hannah 136th 55.47, John Brant 173rfd 62.30, with six to count the seniors finished ninth team with 371 points.
U15 boys: Jamie Rutherford 38th in 16.41, Gareth Simpson 51st 17.52.
Senior women: Susie Rutherford 3rd 31.14, Bernardette Taylor 4th 31.45, Alison Raw 9th 32.54 and finishing as North-East champion.
U13 girls: Rebecca Noble finished 11th in 14.03 and Verity Pratt 28th 15.14. The next big even for the Harriers is the Northern championships at St Helens on January 24.
This event could not have taken place without the help of the army of volunteers, course marshals who stood out in the freezing conditions for hours and all those who did an excellent job with the catering and cleaning up afterwards. The organisers gave the vote of thanks to Darlington in doing a commendable job. A big thanks to all.
Jack Mason ran the Cayton Christmas Cracker 10km race at Scarborough on December 14 finished 21st in 36.52.
Auckland Castle 10k, 2003. Harry Singh #522 alongside future Harriers Steven Wilkinson #184 and Anthony Seaman #289. Neale Kipling far left
Paul Kelly Great North Run 2007
Faye wins the 100m
Lewis Moses started his running career at Darlington Harriers as a 12 year old after winning the Darlington Schools Cross Country, making a brief appearance at QRC before moving to Aycliffe Running Club to join Coach Paul Harker where he was coached by former runner and five time club champion Paul Harker before moving back to Darlington Harriers in 2008 as an U23 athlete .
Lewis who was a middle distance specialist had some impressive results in his first year winning in both 800m and 1500m, representing England in the U23 Championships, following this up in 2009 with a superb 3:45:02 in Watford at BMC Nike Grand Prix bettering this in 2010 to 3:42.6 at the corresponding event a year later. Lewis continued his impressive form over the next two years in particular in indoor where he competed in the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Istanbul 1500m and finishing 2nd in Vienna in the Indoor Classic when he had moved onto Loughborough Students and New Marske harrier and coached by former athlete John Nuttall.
An early schools race with Lewis finishing 12th with other future stars such as Alistair Brownlee
In Durham Schools action
With former coach Paul Harker (far right)
Lewis in Road Relay action for the club
Lewis, wife Gemma and family fighting Cancer together
High altitude training with Paula Radcliffe
Mo Farah smiles as Lewis is sent to Jail without collecting £200 or passing Go.
Charity night for Gemma's Let's Move Charity
Lewis mixing with the locals in Shildon.....or maybe Kenya
After Gemma's treatment, trip to Table Mountain South Africa
High altitude training in Albuquerque, New Mexico
Lewis representing GB in Istanbul, indoor season
Lewis digging in, in his 1500m race
That winning feeling...shame about the vest though Lewis!
Ah that's better
Lewis with his inspirational wife Gemma who beat Cancer and is now helping Children and young people who are recovering from cancer with individual 1:1 physical activity support, guidance and advice. You can read more about Gemma's charity at www.movecharity.org. Amazing
What a difference a year makes
Running the Great North Run together as a training run.....in around 80 minutes!!
Former Olympian John Nuttall centre, Hannah England 1500m Silver Medalist and Gemma Steel, Euro XC Champion
Ben Wilson Whitby 2007
Graham Bell at the Brass Monkey
Josh Phillips receiving his gold medal for winning the u15 800m at the northeast championships, 2007
Nigel Orr Darlington 10k 2006
Martin Grainger, Blaydon races 2007
Ian Barnes Blayson races 2007
Great North Run
GB Suit off
On the bike
Graham Bell at the scenic Redcar Half Marathon
Beth Temple Newsam
Ben Wilson Darlington 10k, 2006
Josh Phillips with his trophy for winning 1500m u15 at North Eastern championships 2007
Two talented sisters, Georgie and Susie (Stephens) Rutherford at Blaydon race 2007
Lewis Moses with coach Paul Harker
Presentation night 2008, Lewis Moses
Beth Ward at Richmond
Matthew,Verity and Faye
Faye and Jonathan
Francesco at Leeds
Francesco in action at Leeds
Robin Rutherford coaching at the track
Darlington girls cup success
Georgie Rutherford in action
Graham Bell Northern six stage 2009
Graham Bell in action at Leeds
Junior Great North run, young Jamie Rutherford and Michael Parry (4809)
Bronze medalists at the North East XC in 2009' Susie Stephens, Georgina Rutherford and Sue Phillips
Harriers at Marsham
Paul Kelly and Drew Inglis 2006
U13 boys at South Shields
U13 girls at Redcar
Harrier ladies at Auckland Castle 10k race, Shirley Gibson, Linda Noble and Emma Morley
John Brant at Leeds
Josh Phillips and Michael Parry
Josh Phillips, Temple Newsam
Josh and Paul
Kevin at Leeds
Iona, 1st place
Lucy Erin Hunter
Marin Grainger Whitby 2007
Matthew, Verity and Faye - 1st place
Juniors at Monkton
Graham Bell at the National Cross Country
Nicole Marsh Richmond
Nicole Marsh Whitby
Marion Ogle, Susie Stephens and Bernadette Caygill - NYSD
Paul Clifford at the Inter Counties
Paul Kelly GNR
Rosie Clarke at Richmond
Senior Men Redcar
Ronnie Read digging in
Simon Rutherford 2007
South Park trial, Ian Barnes on whistle
Graham Bell at Thirsk 10 mile race
U13's race start
Verity Pratt Gateshead
Shirley Gibson, Brian Burdon and Joanne Tonkin after the Flora London Marathon, 2008
Brian Burdon far left, Dave Weston and Darren Chapman at Thirsk Ten
Joanne Tomkin taking a splash in 2009