DANNY Chapman has insisted that the priority this season is the league and so when they go out of the FA Trophy, few of the Harlow Town fans will be that disappointed.
HARLOW Running Club member Colin Moody competed in the Lausanne Marathon in Switzerland finishing in 401st place out of 1164 finishers and 4th Vet 60 in a superb 3hrs 46min 04sec.
FREE Basketball for Girls on offer at the Harlow Leisure Zone with the Harlow Hawks.
ON Saturday 25th October 2014 Harlow Athletic Clubs youngsters travelled to Portsmouth to compete in the junior and mini races at the Great South Run.
HARLOW Town stretched their lead at the top of the Ryman Division One North with a convincing win against Cheshunt.
THIS Saturday at 3pm Harlow, who currently sit top of the league on 40 points, take on Cheshunt, who are 10th in the league with 25 points. This is the ninth time the teams have met and they’ve seen a very mixed bag of results throughout the seasons.
STARTING on Saturday 8th November at 9am, a 5km run will be taking place weekly at Harlow Town Park (CM20 2QD), for anyone who wishes to get involved. The run is designed to challenge each individual that takes part, whether you are just trying to get fit or are preparing for a marathon.
HARLOW Running Club were well represented at the inaugural Chelmsford Marathon with 16 runners finishing the course on what was a windy and unseasonably warm day. Leading the way was Jared Bethell in 6th place out of 960 finishers in an excellent 2hrs 57min 33sec. He was followed home by Alex Smith 93rd in a personal best time for the distance (PB) of 3hrs 33min 28sec.
HARLOW Town made short work of Wroxham to win 5-2 in the FA Trophy Preliminary Round
It was Harlow’s 135th birthday and they looked in party mood.
HARLOW secured a win over league leaders Wanstead in a very hard fought cut and thrust game. In a very good Harlow team performance
HARLOW Running Club members were out and about in force last weekend, achieving two club records, two Essex Championship medals and several personal best times (PB).
HARLOW AC’s young athletes stormed to victory on Friday 10th October 2014 at the West Essex Schools Cross Country Competition, held at Burnt Mill School, Harlow.
IRONTON nearly got on the score sheet himself on 83 minutes when Clark saved lowdown to his left, two minutes later Read thought he had got his Hat-trick, he lobbed the ball over the advancing Side keeper Clark goal-wards, but Cowley intercepted the ball with a defender approaching only to hit the post and then get flagged off-side.
GET Into Refereeing in Harlow: The Essex County FA, in partnership with the Harlow & District Sunday League, have set up a ‘Get Into Refereeing’ Information Evening this Friday (10th October) at Dimond House in Harlow with the aim of recruiting new referees for the league.
THERE were mixed fortunes for Harlow Hockey Club, as the women’s first team picked up their first win of the season, while the men’s team suffered a first defeat.
HARLOW Running Club picked up several awards at the multi-terrain Copped Hall 5 Mile race in Epping Forest. Rob Lowe finished in 4th place out of 114 finishers and 1st Vet 40 in an excellent 31min 51sec, Louise Tankard was 16th and 1st Lady in a superb 35min 40sec, Debbie Barry 67th and 1st Female Vet 45 in 44min 30sec and HRC won the Ladies Team Prize.
HARLOW had a glorious chance to get a decisive goal. Brilliant play from Read to hold off his man and tee up Cuthbert to surely score but his effort went wide.
HARLOW had performed well over the previous two weeks all be it against what is perceived to be weaker teams in the League. They had prepared well during the week and were warned that Upminster would be a very different test.
HARLOW Town remain on top of the league (on goal difference) after a 2-1 win at Wroxham on Tuesday night. Central defender Luke Cuthbert scored the winner in the 66th minute when he struck from David Cowley’s ball into the box.
HARLOW Running Club member Steve Murtagh competed in the Middlesex 10K held in Victoria Park finishing in 29th place out of 200 finishers and 2nd Vet 50 in a fantastic 34min 54sec, just 13 seconds outside the HRC Vet 50 record. Meanwhile at the Windsor Half Marathon, close to Windsor Castle and within the hilly […]
A difficult afternoon for the Hawks as they came away from North Road with a point. After just 20 seconds Captain James Smith tried his luck from the half way line with a chip that narrowly missed the post. Then 3 minutes later Layne Eadiecut in from the left only to hit his shot over the bar.
SHE may only be small, but Kayleigh Tyler is kicking and punching above her weight. The karate kid – just four belts off her black belt – scooped gold and silver medals at the United Martial Arts Academy dojo in Croydon.
AN injury time winner by Alex Read was enough for Harlow Town to win all three points at the Harlow Arena. Harlow went behind in the 10th minute when Mason Bloomfield scrambled the ball home after poor defending from the Hawks defence.
HARLOW Running Club had a successful day at the Essex Half Marathon Championships held at Pleshey near Chelmsford, picking up two Essex medals, a HRC record and five personal best times for the distance (PB). Steve Murtagh led the way in 7th place out of 403 finishers.