Welcome to Halton & Frodsham Harriers

Here you will find information about the club, contact details, fixture lists and the latest news from the club. The club caters for athletes of all ages from 9 through to seniors, and competes in local and national athletics events as well as providing fun and varied training for athletes of all abilities in Halton and north Cheshire.

If you want to know more about joining the club, please contact us via the Contacts page, or come and see us in person at one of our scheduled training sessions. You can find details of when and where we train on the Club Details page.

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Cheshire County Championships 2016 Print
Written by Website   
Sunday, 15 May 2016

Just three Harriers took part in the County T&F Championships this weekend at the excellent Macclesfield track.

The first competitor to take to the track was Ewan MacNab (U13B) competing in the heats of the 200m.  Ewan qualified from the heats with 31.1s and improved his time to a fine 30.06s (PB) in the final to place 6th in the county.

Chris Larkin (U17B) entered the high jump in the morning session of day 1, and equalled his PB jumping 1m55 and placing fourth overall.  Chris saved his best performance of the weekend for the 3000m later in the afternoon.  Taking on a strong a talented field, Chris took 29s off his PB to cross the line in 9m20.00s with a fine sprint finish to pick up the silver medal.

Luke Southerton (U17B) was the final competitor on the first day from our club.  Luke also jumped well with a best leap of 5m37, placing 6th in the county.

Chris Larkin was the only Harrier competing on Day 2, and he picked up two more county medals to come away with 3 medals from 4 events.  In the triple jump he jumped 10m83 to pick up the bronze medal, and in the 1500 Steeplechase (run without a water jump due to technical difficulties at the track) he placed 2nd to pick up his second silver medal of the championships.

Well done to all who took part, and a special mention to all of the club officials who gave up their whole weekends to make the annual championships a smooth running success!

2016 Membership & competition participation Print
Written by The Committee   
Tuesday, 22 March 2016

This year the club has only entered the Cheshire League, which is open to all members. We withdrew from our other leagues due to a lack of support from our members last season. The dates for this year’s leagues are:
We would like all members to turn out at these fixtures and support the coaches and officials. If you are unable to commit to AT LEAST 1 of these fixtures, then please do not renew your membership and find another club to train with. We are a competitive athletics club and if we are to progress, we need the support of our members and their parents. Anyone, who renews their membership and does not turn out for at least 1 match, will be asked to leave the club.
The membership renewal form can be found by clicking here.


Written by Website   
Tuesday, 22 March 2016

SUNDAY APRIL 10TH 2016 @ 11.00
This is the 1st Cheshire League match of the season. We hope to have a good turnout as it is open to all age groups. This is our home match and we need the support of all the club members.
We as coaches and administrators are volunteers and give up a lot of time for your children. In return we expect them to represent us at league matches.

We need the athletes there by 11.00. The 1st event is at 12.00. Please do your best to attend this match and get our season off to a good start.

Please see our website www.hfh.org.uk for more information or speak to any of the coaches.

The Committee


2016 Track & Field Fixtures Print
Written by Website   
Thursday, 04 February 2016

This year the club has decided to enter a few less Track & Field competitions to try to maximise athletes turning out for the club.

Over the last couple of weeks, the calendar of fixtures has been given out at training sessions, but if you've not yet had one (or lost it!), here are the key details:-

Cheshire Track & Field League (this are the main meetings that ALL athletes should be aiming to turn out for)

  • Sunday 10th April - Warrington
  • Saturday 4th June - Trafford
  • Sunday 10th July - Bury
  • Sunday 4th September - Warrington

Cheshire County Championships (self entry, chance to earn a County medal!)

  • Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th May - Macclesfield
  • Sunday 11th September - Macclesfield (Multi-Events)

Cheshire Schools AA Championships (school entry, but useful dates for the diary!)

Saturday 11th June - Warrington (Year 8s+)

Wednesday 22nd June - Warrington (Year 7)

Open meetings (self entry, but wear your club vest with pride!)

Throughout the year - look out for meetings held by various clubs, including Liverpool Harriers, Warrington AC, Trafford AC, Deeside AC and many others. The first of the year is the Liverpool Jumps and Throws meeting which takes place on Saturday 9th April.

Cheshire County XC Championship results Print
Written by Website   
Monday, 11 January 2016

Seven club members took part in Saturday's County XC Championships at Reaseheath College on Saturday.

Whilst the weather wasn't too unkind on the day, and the organisers had made great efforts to have courses which were in good condition, there were plenty of tough mud sections for all to contend with.

First up was the U11s with the boys and the girls racing together. Millie represented the club in the U11 girlsm with Ewan, Jack and Joseph making up a full team for the boys event.

Ewan narrowly missed out on a medal with a really strong run over the 2.5km course, placing 4th in his first County Championship race crossing the line in 9m13s, just 11s behind the race winner. Jack and Joseph also ran well placing 26th (10m28) and 39th (11m46) and the team finished 8th overall.

Millie also ran very well, placing 33rd in the girls event in a time of 11m47.

With no club runners in the U13s, Isla was the next Harrier to take to the mud, competing in the U15 girls race where she placed 22nd in 16m32.

Chris was the sole club entrant in the U17 mens race, and finished a good 5th place and secured a place in the Cheshire squad for the intercounties cross country meeting in Birmingham in March.

And the final Harrier to rise to the challenge was Richard McGeachie in the U20 mens race. Richard placed 4th in his race, covering the longer course in 23m11s and will also now take a spot in the County team for the Birmingham match.

Everyone put in really good efforts at the weekend and should be proud of their finishing positions!!

Some photos of the event are now online at https://goo.gl/photos/rsY4QkdbtfZbEFTcA and full results are on the Cheshire AA website at www.cheshireaa.com



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