Haries AGM- we have a new committee for 2013/14!

This year's Annual General Meeting was held in the Kilderkin on the Royal Mile, starting off with the captain's, treasurer's and secretaries reports.The following Haries were elected to take charge of the club next year:

Men's Captain: Ben Stevenson
Ladies Captain: Rebecca Croney
Secretary: Neil Colquhoun
Treasurer: Huw Vaughan-Jackson
Social Secretary: Scott Stirling
Race Organiser: Heather Langham
Publicity and Alumni: Ethan DeWitt
Kit Secretary: Jack Luscombe
Jogging Secretary: Sarah Henderson

Isle of Man 2013 - Holy Sh*t Balls

So far you've heard the captain's and the social secs take on the weekend, and you'll no doubt hear all the gossip elsewhere.

But if that isn't enough then heres my round-up of the weekend.

I'll start off with the racing.

    Friday

Losing ain't our thing - Scottish Universities 10k Championships - Grangemouth 24.03.13

Grangemouth has been painted green. And no, not because of the BP factories, but because of an almost perfect display of domination by the haries.

After another ScotFail, the haries had to settle for a rather luxurious coach journey to the race. However the sight of shitty grangemouth soon wiped the smiles of their faces. It was grim, and the weather didn't help.

Haries AGM 2012/13 - 20-03-12013

Firstly, what a year the Haries have had! Thanks to everyone who has came along throughout the year and been part of this epic club!

Last Wednesday the long and lengthy process of selecting next year's committee took place in the Kilderkin. The Captain's reports, as well as year round-ups by James and Dilja, started off the night which was then followed by the launch of the AGM film. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R6Ew1E9bI-c)

A Late KB 5 Report...

On a damp, drizzly and pretty grey morning, runners from around Edinburgh, and further afield from Glasgow and St Andrews unis descended on Kings Buildings for the Haries' second race of the year, KB5. The 5 mile race was being eyed up by the green-clad Mike Crawley who had his eyes on the prize of the course record.

Despite a few hiccups and a slightly disappointing turnout, the race went incredibly smoothly, and many thanks have to go to both our lovely race organiser, and all the volunteers who turned out to marshal, help with registration and manage the finish line.

10 Haries and A Bunch Of Charity Shop Clothes – The Mighty Deerstalker 2013

Upon returning from the mighty deerstalker in 2012, Neil Colquhoun boasted of how “wonderful” and “fantastic” this race was. Due to his enthusiasm for just about everything, many people didn’t regard this as anything special. However Haries, I can now confirm that the Mighty Deerstalker is as wonderful and fantastic as Neil made it out to be. So wonderfully fantastic that it brought Dilja to tears.

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