Last Sunday, 12th August, saw a good turnout of Harriers at the ever popular, tough and challenging Mount Ephraim 10K. It was a mild and overcast morning which provided excellent running conditions. Coming in at first place, overall, was Robbie Higgins in 37.29, closely followed by the debut of Matthew Slark at an impressive 42.20, who was just ahead of Jethro Kimber at 42.58 which meant the guys picked up the men’s team prize for the Harriers.
For the ladies Emma Greatrix was the second lady and also the first Vet45 at 46.58 and Steph Bancroft at 52.48.
There were other impressive times for Jon Vann and Matthew Northover who have both been battling long injuries and have worked hard to come in at 52.28 and 53.40 respectively.
Well done to all who ran in a challenging and hilly race.
A full list of results can be found on the Canterbury Harriers website.