Andy Aitken ran the inaugural Port Glasgow 10k in slightly damp conditions in a fine time of 41.30 to finish in 24th position.
At the Mhor Marathon, Neil Scholes finished well in 16th position in a time of 3.45.52 (5th MV50), and Beth Scholes was 28th woman (10th FV40) in a time of 4.30.37. In the marathon relay, Josie Goodfellow and Elaine Moffat were 8th female team in 4.19.05, with Keira Reid and Anna Howat finishing in 5.16.52.
Five Harriers took on the Touch of Tartan half marathon in Perth. First Harrier home was Jim Alexander in 1.38.44 (7th MV50), followed by John Davidson, 1.44.16 (2nd MV60), Elaine Moffat in 2.00.54 (6th FV40), Elaine Davidson in 2.28.43 and Kiera Reid in 2.33.33.
Runners of all ages and levels of fitness are welcome at our club training and club runs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays with some seasonal variation.
Whether you are local or a visitor to the area, a competitive runner or social jogger, if you like to run, why not come along and join in?
We have a lively and active Junior Harriers section, open to all between the ages of 9 and 16. Juniors meet on 5.30pm on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at Taylor Park in Crieff.
The Club organises three races. In June, we host The Strathearn Marathon, a rewarding marathon in a beautiful Perthshire setting, which is rapidly becoming a firm favourite on the Scottish marathon circuit.
In July we hit the trails to the west of Crieff for one of Scotland's most enjoyable and scenic 10ks. Full race information and online entry here for The Crieff 10k.
And in September, we organise a great hill relay race in the hills above Comrie - full race information here for the Simon Wake Comrie Hills Relay.
For more information about the Club, contact Secretary Iain Thomson on 01764 683739 or email the club at firstname.lastname@example.org or just come along to any club run.
To join the club, please complete the online membership form.