which was held on the quayside on Saturday 10th September 2016.
Best of the performers were Holly Peck, Ross Charlton, and Ben Walker.
Holly made a podium place, taking the Bronze medal in the Girls 13 to 14 year section,
posting a time of 15m03s, behind Darlington’s India Pentland, who won Gold in 14m52s.
Jarrow and Hebburn’s Sophie Robson finished second in 14m53s.
Ross Charlton finished sixth in the Boys 13 to 14 year race, posting a time of 13m39s.
In the Boys 11 to 12 year age group event, Ben Walker finished ninth in 15m10s.
Other Morpeth Harriers results were as follows
Girls 9 to 10 years.
Sophia Cunningham (26th) 19m55s.
Boys 9 to 10 years.
Alfie Laskey (104th) 19m02s.
Girls 11 to 12 years.
Rebecca Bradley (49th) 19m22s, Laura Melling (95th) 20m47s.
Boys 11 to 12 years.
Jack Livingstone (29th) 16m09s, Dylan Gooding (43rd) 16m38s,
Jack Barrett (46th) 16m47s, Leo Hawkins (93rd) 17m58s,
Benjamin O’Connor (157th) 19m07s, Sam Parker (188th) 19m33s,
Tom McKenna (367th) 22m18s, Danny Henderson (505th) 29m35s.
Boys 13 to 14 years.
Daniel Melling (10th) 14m07s, Thomas Cunningham, (16th) 14m32s,
Andrew Hudspith (23rd) 15m00s, Sam Bradley (75th) 16m58s,
Matthew Heslop (91st) 17m25s, Kyle Hawkins (105th) 17m51s,
Matthew Ash (200th) 21m07s.
Boys 15 to 16 years.
Connor Marshall (15th) 13m51s, Alex Cunningham (18th) 14m19s.
In the Girls Mini Run, Morpeth’s Keira Peck, younger sister of Holly,
also earned herself a podium place by finishing in second spot,
so it was definitely a double celebration in the Peck household on Saturday evening.
Well Done to all.