Mark Thompson, back on his preferred off-road terrain, also had a very strong run to finish 6th overall and 1st MV45 in 20:21.
Roger Rowe - now a total Parkrun addict! - had another good run too. Not a PB for the course but not too far off, with 21:29 that gave him 11th place overall and easily top MV65.
The final Harrier taking up the Parkrun challenge was Andy Kennedy. This was Andy's first Parkrun and he ran a highly respectable 22:22 for 17th place overall and 1st MV50. This meant that Harriers placed 1st overall and 1st in all the 4 different age categories they were representing.
It has been suggested by Chair that we pick a date to target the Parkrun en masse and show them that the Harriers are a force to be reckoned with. If you are up for this challenge, please register your interest on the Harriers Facebook group, the Yahoo email group or with Chairman Bob.
Remember - these are timed runs and are totally free of charge!
This week the Killerton cows decided to take up the Parkrun challenge: here they are at the entries desk, queuing up to register!