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  • Who are Cambuslang Harriers?

    Cambuslang Harriers, since its formation in 1948, has become one of the premier cross country and road running clubs across all age groups in Scotland. We also have a very talented girls and ladies group who now regularly win major team honours.

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    Down By The River Races – 10k now Full

    down by the river 10k is now full, book early next year to avoid disappointment to those who have entered, enjoy the day I hope the weather is kind, and remember arrive in good time at the Rugby and sports club (G72 8HG) as the start/fininsh is a gentle 1 mile jog away. there is no parking at the start/finish. map of the course and location of the clubhouse (blue) and start/finish (red)  below see you on the day

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    INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM SUCCESSES FOR THE CAMBUSLANG HARRIERS MASTERS AT DUNDEE

    Cambuslang Harriers successfully retained their M40 and M50 team titles at Dundee on 28th January.  The odds for the M40s holding onto their team title were not favourable with the first 3 runners in last year’s championship, Kenny Campbell, Kerry-Liam Wilson and Jamie Reid unavailable due to injury and in the case of Kerry-Liam an accident sustained at work a few days previously.  In addition, 2016 4th counter Greg Hastie was also ruled out.   However, determined running and excellent team spirit saw Robert Gilroy 2nd, Frank McGowan 14th, Justin Carter 21st and M55 Colin Donnelly 23rd pip Corstorphine on […]

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    LSK SUPPLIES MASTERS’ ROAD RELAY AT STRATHCLYDE PARK 22ND JANUARY

    A DOUBLE VICTORY FOR CAMBUSLANG HARRIERS In spite of a number of late changes due to injuries the Cambuslang Harriers M35 and M50 teams managed to win their respective age groups while the W35 team finished a creditable 5th. After finishing a close 2nd on the opening leg thanks to Gordon Robertson (19.05), Iain Reid‘s 18.57 clocking took the club into the lead.  Ben Hukins (19.27), the day after his hill relay, extended the lead to give Robert Gilroy the glory leg.  Robert’s time of 18.40 was the fastest of the day to give Cambuslang a commanding victory of almost […]

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    Devil’s Burden Hill Relay

    Cambuslang Harriers took part for the second time only in the Devil Burden’s Hill Relay held at Falkland on the 21st January and were rewarded with an excellent 3rd place behind the more experienced hill running clubs of Shettleston and HBT.  Although there are only 4 stages 6 runners are required as the two middle legs are run in pairs.   Team manager Chris Upson managed to put together a team in spite of pre race doubts about a few runners due to injuries, colds and travel plans.                Chris elected to do the […]

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