Joining the Club & Training Groups

If you are interested in joining the club that’s great. We take athletes from their 9th birthday of all abilities! We have limited capacity so, in the first instance, please contact Cressy Morgan by email on secretary.carmarthenharriers@hotmail.co.uk

Depending on your experience in athletics the club secretary will guide you through where you will best fit. For some groups we are now operating a waiting list so we can continue to offer quality coaching with a safe coach to athlete ratio across the club. Having to wait can be frustrating but please be aware the club is run by volunteers, most of whom work and spend many hours coaching and ensuring the club works behind the scenes. Please be patient if it takes a few days to come back to you! Where athletes have met a high level of performance (EG medalling at county level or above) we will enable membership regardless of waiting lists as long as there is an appropriate group that can take the athlete.

If accepted into a group by a coach then anyone can come along for free and give it a try for a week. At this point, if athletes like it, then you will be asked to join the club. This membership fee covers your registration with Welsh Athletics, insurance for you, the club and coaches. You will also get a reduction on many entry fees to events. Without membership with Welsh athletics you cannot compete in most events in the UK, train with us or represent the club. Occasionally members of other clubs train with us and this is agreed on a case by case basis between coaches and the clubs. Juniors who join the club are required to compete for the club.


Equipment - what you need:

A pair of trainers is all you need to start. When competing, having running spikes is helpful and these can be purchased relatively cheaply. There are specialist spikes / shoes for jumps and throws and coaches can advise on these after you join and are only needed as you advance through the sport. We have a 10% discount code for start fitness that we can give you when you join

Running Shoes, Clothing and Accessories | Start Fitness

To compete you will need a Carmarthen Harriers vest. These can be purchased from the club before a competition and are not needed to train in.


Training Groups- what you can expect:

U11/U13 - School years Year 5,6 and 7:

Athletics is a late development sport – no one has any idea of what an athlete will be best at when they are under the age of 13. There are countless examples of international athletes who started in one event and by the time they were 18 were doing a completely different one.

For this reason we aim to give a skills based to junior athletes based on a run, jump throw philosophy. The aim is to have fun and develop their physical competence across a range of events that will serve them well in all sports. Transition from these groups to more specialist groups will be done through a conversation with the athlete, the parent and the coach.

Every athlete has a slightly different pathway and our process reflects this. You or your child may think they know what they will be best at but it is worth remembering that world medallists Dina Asher-Smith , sprints, and Steve Backley, Javelin, both started out cross country runners!

Years 8-11            

Some of these secondary school athletes will be more appropriately matched straight into more specialist groups- There are opportunities in sprints, endurance, throws and jumps. At these ages we firmly take the view that athletes should continue to try different events. So don’t be surprised if, on occasions we encourage them to train in different groups to throw and jump as well as run! We realise friendship groups are important at this age and try to be flexible to keep these together or allow friends to train together.

Years 12, 13 and Seniors:

Depending on the athlete we will link you in directly with an appropriate group as long as there is space. A small number of our seniors train independently on club nights. As long as the club is aware and it is pre-arranged then there is no problem with that.



Most groups have a Whatsapp group and communication around training and events is done through these groups. When you join we will generally seek to add you into the appropriate group. So if on are not on Whattsapp then please join!

Club Training Sessions

Club training evenings are on:

- Tuesday 18:00 - 20:00

- Thursdays 18:00 - 20:00

Weekly at Carmarthen Leisure Centre Athletics Track in Johnstown.

Weekends: by arrangement


Club Membership & Training Fees

All coaches and committee members are volunteers and any small surplus we make goes into buying equipment and hosting an annual awards dinner, supporting coach qualifications and giving bursary awards to young athletes.

There is a one off cost to join the club per athlete and this includes what we have to pay to welsh Athletics to register you (£18.50 adults and £11.00 Juniors). Membership runs from April to April.

Current membership fees are

  • Juniors (9-20): £32.00
  • Seniors (20+): £42.00
  • Full time student: £37.00
  • Household (maximum of 2 adults & 4 in total): £80.00


For each session on a Tuesday or Thursday we have to hire the track by the hour from the council. We are lucky enough to have some of the most modern training facilities in Wales.

However, to cover the cost of hire we require a direct debit of either £10 a month (if you train once a week) or £15 (if you train twice a week). 

On occasions some coaches do a session at the weekend - these are usually free and can be in Pembrey country park or on the roads – If the coach has to hire a facility then the cost will be by arrangement with your coach. We have club sessions between 48 and 50 weeks of the year. Usually there is a short break in September and at Christmas or because of snow.

Where students are away and return from college to train then payment can be made monthly in advance by cash or electronic transfer. Under we receive confirmation of a direct debit being set up we cannot agree athletes to attend training.


Club Committee & Officers

Club Chairperson: Jake Morgan

Club Vice Chair: Neil Thomas

Club President: Dr Hedydd Davies MBE

Club Secretary & Membership Secretary: Cressy Morgan

Assistant Club Secretary: Katya Edwards

Club Treasurer: Sharon Williams

Marketing & Press Officer: Nathan Jones

Welfare Officers: David Toogood & Alison Thomas

Coach Coordinators: Neil Thomas (Track) & Paul Mabey (Field)

Kit & Merchandise:

Gate Management: Lisa Forrest

Officials Coordinator: Alison Thomas

Club Coaches & Assistant Coaches

Carmarthen Harriers Athletics Club Coaches and Disciplines:

Neil Thomas - Endurance

David Toogood - Endurance

Carol Jones - Endurance

Cressy Morgan - Endurance

Kevin Evans - Endurance

Jake Morgan - Sprints

Steve Perks - Sprints

Jane Batten - Junior Run, Jump, Throw

Katya Edwards - Junior Run, Jump, Throw

Alison Thomas - Jumps

Ralph Siggery - Throws

Alison Phillips - Throws

Paul Mabey - Throws


Home of Carmarthen & District Harriers Athletics Club

The Home of Carmarthen Harriers is at:

Carmarthen Leisure Centre

Llansteffan Road



SA31 3NQ


Canolfan Hamdden Caerfyrddin

Heol Llansteffan



SA31 3NQ



CARMARTHEN HARRIERS 2024 Code of Conduct

Notes for Parents

On behalf of Carmarthen Harriers Committee and Officers, we would like to welcome your child to the club and provide you with some information about our activities. The club provides opportunities for young people between the ages of 9 and above to receive coaching and competition in numerous Welsh and UK Leagues, Cup and Championship events. All coaching is by qualified coaches who are trained and have been screened for their suitability for working with young people.

The club is applied to Welsh Athletics Clubmark, which is awarded to clubs by NGB when the club is able to demonstrate that it meets the NGBs criteria as to playing programme; safeguarding and protecting children; knowing your club and its community and the club management. Clubmark is an acknowledgement that we take these issues seriously and that we are striving to provide a high quality and welcoming environment for young participants in the sport. We welcome parents to all training and competitions and value you support. We are keen to try and involve parents in the club.

Basic information: Training sessions take place on Tuesdays from 6pm at the Carmarthen Harriers track. Arrangements should be made for your child to travel to and from training sessions. We appreciate it if children can arrive promptly and are collected promptly at the end of the session, if they are not making their own way home.

It is important that all athletes are paid up members due to insurances. Coaches should not coach athletes that are not members. We would be grateful if you could ensure that junior club membership forms are completed if not already done so. For the safety of your child it is important that the club is informed of any medical condition or allergies that may be relevant, should your child fall ill or be involved in an accident while at the club.

We thank you for your co-operation and look forward to meeting you at some point in the future


Code of Conduct for junior members

Carmarthen Harriers is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the well-being of all its members. The club believes that it is important that members, coaches, administrators and parents associated with the club should at all times respect and understanding for the safety and welfare of others. Therefore, members are encouraged to be open at all times and to share any concerns or complaints that they may have about any aspect of the club to the Club Welfare officers.

As a member of Carmarthen Harriers, you are expected to abide by the following junior code of practice:

  • All members must play within the rules and respect officials and their decisions
  • All members must respect the rights, dignity and worth of all participants regardless of age, gender, ability, race, cultural background, religious beliefs or sexual identity
  • Members should keep to agreed timings for training and competitions or inform their coach or team manager if they are going to be late
  • Members must wear suitable kit for training and match sessions, as agreed with the coach/team manager
  • Members must pay any fees for training or events promptly
  • Junior members are not allowed to smoke on club premises or whilst representing the club at competitions
  • Junior members are not allowed to consume alcohol or drugs of any kind on the club premises or whilst representing the club


Code of practice for club officials, coaches and team managers:

  • Consider the well-being and safety of participants before the development of performance
  • Develop an appropriate working relationship with participants, based on mutual trust and respect
  • Make sure all activities are appropriate to the age, ability and experience of those taking part
  • Promote the positive aspects of the sport (fair play)
  • Display consistently high standards of behaviour and appearance
  • Follow all guidelines laid down by the National Governing Body (Welsh Athletics) and the club
  • Hold appropriate valid qualifications and insurance cover
  • Never exert undue influence over performers to obtain personal benefit or reward
  • Never condone rule violations, rough play or the use of prohibited substances
  • Encourage participants to value their performances and not just results
  • Encourage and guide participants to accept responsibilities for their own performance and behaviour


Code of practice for parents/carers:

  • Encourage your child to learn the rules and play within them
  • Discourage unfair play and arguing with officials
  • Help your child to recognise good performance, not just results
  • Never force your child to take part in sport
  • Set a good example by recognising fair play and applauding good performances of all
  • Never punish or belittle a child for losing or making mistakes
  • Publicly accept officials' judgements
  • Support your child's involvement and help them to enjoy the sport
  • Use correct and proper language at all times
  • Encourage and guide performers to accept responsibility for their own performance and behaviour


Carmarthen & District Harriers Athletics Club Training Safety Rules

Rules that must be observed

  • All athletes must be supervised by a qualified coach
  • All athletes must be fully paid up members of Carmarthen Harriers for insurance purposes
  • All kit bags, clothing, trainers etc must be left in a safe place, preferably outside the track and field area
  • No personal electronic equipment to be used within the track area (MP3's, IPOD's, Mobile Phone, Walkmans etc)
  • Athletes are not to walk across the grassed area under any circumstance. When taking part in field events, cross the track at the nearest safe point
  • Always check the track before crossing. Ensure that the track is clear and walk quickly across
  • To reach a different area of the track or field, walk around the perimeter of the track
  • Junior athletes (U13) have track and field priority between 6pm and 7pm on Tuesdays. Junior athletes must make way for more senior athletes at 7pm
  • Any senior athletes warming up before 7pm on Tuesdays will keep well clear of juniors
  • The track is to be used in an anti-clockwise direction. On the rare occasions when it is necessary to run in the opposite direction, a specific area of track must be sectioned off from other athletes
  • When waiting to complete activities, or resting between training, ensure that you wait in a safe area near to where you are training. Do not wander about
  • Throws events must be closely supervised during training sessions. No throws are to be taken without a coach in presence
  • Ensure all athletes have completed their throws before retrieving any implements. Retrieval shall take place on the instruction of the coach present
  • Throwing implements must be carried back, do not throw or roll implements back
  • No implements must be removed from the implement store without a qualified coach in attendance
  • All implements must be returned to the store after use. Do not leave lying around unattended
  • Ensure sand pits and jumping beds are clear of obstruction, and that a coach is in attendance before carrying out any jumps
  • Ensure rakes and measuring equipment is left in a safe place during training. Return all equipment after use, do not leave unattended
  • A good standard of behaviour is expected from all our athletes, for the safety of others. poor behaviour will not be tolerated and athletes may be asked to leave if not complying with our standards

Club Constitution

Click the link below to read the Carmarthen & District Harriers Athletics Club Constitution.

Carmarthen & District Harriers Athletics Club Constitution Document


Club History

Carmarthen and District Harriers Athletics Club

The Carmarthen and District Harriers Athletics Club was formed in April 1948 at the Dolwar Café in Blue Street Carmarthen with Ron B Evans and Ernie Jones as its founder members. Ron Evans was Chairman of Carmarthen Harriers for 34 years and for several years was Chairman of the Welsh AAA and also in 1966 President of the Welsh Cross Country Association. The first member of Carmarthen Harriers was Russell Davies, who in 1956 competed for Wales against Nigeria and the AAA.

In the 1950’s the Club used to meet at the old Carmarthen YMCA Centre in St Peters Street Carmarthen and most of the training was done at the Carmarthen Park, which was also the venue for athletics events. The Welsh Boys and Youths Athletics Championships were held at the Carmarthen Park on a very wet July day in 1954 and the Welsh Boys and Youths Cross country Championships were held in the Park in 1957 and 1958. Hedydd Davies, the Chairman of the Club since 1982, won a silver medal in the 1954 event and was a member of the winning QE Grammar School for Boys Carmarthen teams in 1957 and 1958

In 1956 John Williams at the age of 16 won the 880 yards in 1.56.6 sec in the Welsh Schools National Athletics Championships in Eirias Park Colwyn Bay. John and Wynne Oliver, whilst still at school, competed for Wales in the British Empire and Commonwealth Games held in Cardiff in 1958.

Maldwyn Jones and Hedydd Davies had the honour of carrying the Queens Message Relay baton into Guildhall Square Carmarthen on the occasion of the Games in Cardiff.

In 1960, Glyn Jones competed in the British School's Championship at White City in the 440 yards and was 1st home from Wales in 3rd place.  He won the 220 yards and 440 yards in the Carmarthenshire Secondary School Sports and broke the previous records in both events.  The 220 yards in 24.4 and the 440 yards in 53.6.  In July, Glyn ran in the 440 yards at Eirias Park, Colwyn Bay, in the National School's Championship, representing Carmarthenshire in the 440 yards, and broke the Welsh record by 3.3 seconds, down to 53 seconds.  In September, he competed in the Welsh Games at Maendy Stadium, Cardiff, in the 440 and 880 yards, winning both events and breaking the 440 yards record.  In November, was presented with the President's Cup by Anthony Berry for the most promising male or female athlete in Wales at the Royal Hotel in Cardiff.  In 1962,  Glyn won the Welsh cross-country championship at Carmarthen.

Carmarthen Harriers had a very strong Welsh senior men’s team in the 1960’s and 1970’s and at one time all the three-quarter backs of the Welsh rugby team were members of the Harriers senior relay teams; such was Ron Evans’ persuasive powers. Many of the young Carmarthen Harriers members in those days were indebted to Ron for taking them, at no charge, in his Rover car (ATH 100) to athletics meetings all over the country. Ron organised the excellent Young Athletes courses held each year at Easter at Aberystwyth University and many top British athletes attended as coaches.

In 1966 Gwynne Griffiths won the British Inter Counties 440 yards Championship and competed for Great Britain that year in the European championships. The 1967 Welsh 6 mile Championship was held at the new Ystrad Tywi School cinder track in Johnstown in conjunction with the match between Carmarthen Harriers and Birmingham club Birchfield Harriers.

Ron Evans organised the Welsh Marathon Championships in Carmarthen in 1967 and 1970. The present Club chairman Hedydd Davies won the 1970 event (the third of his four Welsh marathon titles). This event was held after the Commonwealth Games which was held at Edinburgh that year at which five Carmarthen Harriers were members of the Welsh team.

In the 1960’s road races were held on Good Friday in Lammas Street Carmarthen and some of the top Great Britain sprinters took part in the 100 yard sprint races.

In 1982 the Mayor of Carmarthen Cllr Peter Hughes Griffiths and the Harriers Chairman Hedydd Davies organised the first annual Carmarthen Mayor’s Road Races at Easter. The 20th Annual Carmarthen Mayor’s Road Races was held on Easter Monday 16 April 2001 and over £104,000 has been donated to the local Hospitals in Carmarthen.

19 Welsh Road Race Championships have been held in conjunction with the Carmarthen Mayors’ Road Races: -

Under 17 / under 20 three mile or 5K Championships (1985-94,98,99,2000 and 2001)

Half Marathon Championships (1990,1991)

10 mile Championships (1985,1987 and 1988)

The old cinder track at Ystrad Tywi School (now QE Maridunum School) in Llanstephan road was replaced in 1988 by a 400 metre all weather synthetic track. The Harriers club was fortunate in obtaining grants from Dyfed County Council, Carmarthen District Council, Carmarthen Town Council and the Sports Council of Wales to meet the cost of £156,000 for the new track. The new Track was officially opened on 4 June 1988 on the occasion of the Dyfed AAA Championships. The track was refurbished in 1995 with a grant of £110,000 from the Carmarthen District Council.

The Carmarthen Athletics Track has since 1988 hosted many Welsh Championships and International matches

Welsh under 13 and under 15 Championships in 1990 and 1991

Welsh under 17 and under 20 Championships in 1989,1996 and 1998

Celtic Games in 1989 and 1993

Welsh Schools National Track and Field Championships in 1992 and 2000

British Schools International match in 1999

Welsh Schools under 20 Internationals in 1988,1989,1983,1996 and 1997

The Celtic Men's Cross Country International match was held at the United Counties Showground in 1992,to be followed the following year at the same venue with the Home Countries Ladies Cross Country International match. In 1994 the Welsh Cross Country Championships were held at the Showground and the Welsh Inter County Cross Country Championship were also held there in 1995.

The Dyfed Primary Schools Cross Country championships have been held at the Showground since 1990 and Gwent League Cross Country matches have been held there on five occasions. The final match in the Gwent League 2001/2002 season is scheduled to be held at the Showground on Saturday 16 March 2002.

The 1996 Celtic Cross Country International was excellently organised by the Harriers vice chairman Kevin Evans and his local team at Aberaeron.

Carmarthen Harriers since 1985 organises and hosts every year 20-25 events in Sportshall athletics, track and field athletics, and road and cross-country.

The Annual events organised every year are -

Carmarthenshire Primary Schools Sportshall Athletics, Cross Country and Athletics Championships.

Dyfed Primary Schools Sportshall Athletics, Cross Country and Athletics Championships.

Primary Inter County Cross Country and Athletics matches

Dyfed Secondary School Relays Championships

Dyfed 5K and 10K Track Championships

Annual Carmarthen Mayor’s Road Races (since 1982)

Louise Arthur League (11-15), Gerald Codd Trophy (11-15)

Welsh Junior League (11-20)

National Young Athletes (11-17) Midlands League matches (boys and girls)

Dyfed/West Wales Championships

The Carmarthen and District Harriers Athletics Club celebrated its 50th anniversary in November 1998 with a special dinner at QE Maridunum School when 210 members attended. Lyn Davies Wales’ only Olympic Athletics gold medallist was the guest speaker at the Dinner.

The period from the mid 1980’s onwards have been very successful years for the Carmarthen Harriers Athletics club.

Every year since 1982 Club members win over 100 medals in Welsh Team and Individual Championships and every year, on average since 1985, about 30 members of the Club have either won Welsh Championships or represented Wales or Great Britain.







Singleton Park Swansea

Gordon Orme M70




Singleton Park Swansea

Gordon Orme M70

Frank Morgan U13B



Singleton Park Swansea

Frank Morgan U13B; Gordon Orme M75




Pembrey Country Park, Llanelli

Wendy Price W40


Frank Morgan U15B

Ben Thomas U20M

Eva Edwards U17W


Pembrey Country Park, Llanelli

Iwan Thomas U13B; Frank Morgan U15B; Wendy Price F40




Pembrey Country Park, Llanelli

William Coles U13B; Iwan Thomas U15B; Dafydd Jones U20M; Wendy Price F40

Finley Bruce U15B





Singleton Park, Swansea


2 Frank Morgan;5 Liam Edwards; 6 Dafydd Jones;22 Morgan Lloyd



Pembrey Country Park. Llanelli




Iwan Thomas 7; Zach Elvy 10; Jack Thomas 11; Ifan Bowen 14

Frank Morgan 3; Liam Edwards 5; Ioan Cressy Rogers 16; Liam Evans 33

Wendy Price 18; Kate Lynock 72; Lisa Forrest 68



Pembrey Country Park, Llanelli


1 Iwan Thomas; 4 Macsen Toogood; 6 Ifan Bowen; 15 Alex Coles




1 Frank Morgan; 20 Zach Elvey; 24 Morgan Williams; 30 Ellis Caddick

2022 Pembrey Country Park, Llanelli


1 Iwan Thomas; 2 Finlay Bruce; 7 Jake Lynock; 8 Ifan Bowen



Year Venue  Gold Silver  Bronze
 1963 Bridgend    U20M  
 1969 Blackweir Cardiff    U20M  
 1977 Swansea    SW  U17W
 1978 Swansea      U15G
 1987 Colcot Barry    U13G  U17W
 1988 Singleton Park Swansea    U13B;U15G  
 1990 Colcot Barry U13G; U15B  U15G  
 1991 Singleton Park Swansea U13G; U13B; U17W  U17M  U15G
 1992 Heath Park Cardiff U13G; U15G; U15B  U13B  U17W
 1993 Singleton Park Swansea U15B  U17W  U13B
 1994 Showground Carmarthen U15G; U17M  U13G;U13B  U15B
 1995 Heath Park Cardiff U15G: U17M  U13G  U15B
 1996 Singleton Park Swansea    U13G;U15B;U17/20W  U15G
 1997 Heath Park Cardiff    U13B  
 1998 Newbridge Fields Bridgend U13B; U15B    U17/20W
 1999 Colwyn Bay U13B  U13B  
 2000 Heath Park Cardiff U15B; U13B  U17M;U13G  
 2001 Heath Park Cardiff U15B; U13B    
 2002 Ysgol Glan Clwyd St Asaph U15B; U13G  U13B;U17M;U15G  
 2003 Bridgend U13B; U17M; U13G    U15B
 2004 Singleton Park Swansea U13B    
 2005 Leckwith Cardiff U15B; U13G; U15G  U13B;U17M  
 2006 Pembrey Park Llanelli U13B; U15B; U17/20W  U15G  U13G
 2007 Ruthin High School Mold U15G  U13B  
 2008 Singleton Park Swansea U13B; U17M; U17/20W    
 2009 Showground Builth    U13B;U17/20W  U15B
 2010 Singleton Park Swansea    U13B;U13G  
 2011 Glyndwr University Northop U13B; U17M; U15G  U13G  
 2012 St Fagans Cardiff    U13B  U13G;U15G
 2013 Glanusk Estate Powys U15B    U13B;U13G
 2014 Dinefwr Park Llandeilo    U13B;U17M  U15B:U15G
 2015 Rhug Estate Corwen U13B; U17M  U13G  U15B;U15G
 2016 Singleton Park Swansea    U13B;U20M  


Singleton Park Swansea





Singleton Park Swansea


U13B; F40



Pembrey Country Park

U13B; U15B; F40




Pembrey Country Park

U13B; U15B




Pembrey Country Park





CARMARTHEN HARRIERS TEAMS SUCCESSES SINCE 1975 - Cross Country, Road & Track and Field

Welsh Cross Country Team Champions

1987 Under 13 Girls
1990 Under 13 Girls, Under 15 Boys
1991 Under 13 Girls, Under 15 Boys, Under 17 Women
1992 Under 13 Girls, Under 15 Girls, Under 15 Boys
1994 Under 15 Girls, Under 17 Men
1995 Under 15 Girls, Under 17 Men
1998 Under 13 Boys, Under 15 Boys
1999 Under 13 Boys, Under 15 Boys
2000 Under 13 Boys, Under 15 Boys
2001 Under 13 Boys, Under 15 Boys

Welsh Road Relay Champions

1987 Under 13 Girls
1989 Under 13 Girls, Under 15 Boys
1991 Under 13 Girls, Under 13 Boys
1994 Under 13 Girls, Under 17 Men
1997 Under 13 Boys
1998 Under 13 Boys
1999 Under 13 Boys, Under 15 Boys, Under 13 Girls, Under 15 Girls
2000 Under 13 Boys, Under 15 Boys
2001 Under 13 Boys, Under 13 Girls, Under 15 Boys
Welsh Road Race Team Championship
Under 17 Men's 3 Mile
Under 17 Men's 3 Mile
Under 17 Men's 3 Mile
2001 Under 17 Men's 5K

Welsh Men's League Champions

1974, 1975, 1977 and 1978

Welsh Women’s League Champions


Welsh Junior League Cup Champions

1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2001 (2nd in 2000)

British McDonalds Midlands Boys (11-17) Division One League Champions

1992, 1996

Louise Arthur League (9-15) Overall Champions

1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 and 2001

Golden Wonder Trophy (11-15) Champions

1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999

Gerald Codd (11-15) Trophy Champions

2000, 2001

Carmarthen Harriers Welsh Champions or Internationals in 2001

Steven Boyles Maes yr Yrfa Under 15 Hurdles
Kieron Davies QE Maridunum Under 15 800m
Mathew Evans Gwendraeth Under 13 Shot
Robert Smith Bro Myrddin Under 15 Javelin
Megan Thomas Bro Myrddin Under 13 Pentathlon
Carrie Williams QE Cambria Under 15 Javelin
Dylan Garner Tregaron Under 20 Triple Jump
Donna Hanham Amman Valley Under 17 4 * 300m Relay
Tom James Emlyn Under 20 Triple Jump
Rhodri Scanlon Amman Valley Under 20 400m Hurdles
Claire Evans Coleg Ceridigion Under 20 3000m
Elen Evans Bro Myrddin Under 17 High Jump and Hurdles
Delyth Jones Maes yr Yrfa Under 17 Discus
Heather Jones Tre-Gib Under 15 Hurdles
Llinos Jones Maes yr Yrfa Under 15 Shot
Jacqui Lloyd Lampeter Under 20 Pole vault
Anwen Rees Amman Valley Under 17 300m Hurdles
Sara Siggery QE Cambria Under 17 Javelin
Gemma Thomas Coleg Ceredigion Under 20 800m
Geraint Bevan Bro Myrddin Under 20 400m
Gareth Haines Amman Valley Under 17 High Jump
Charles Harvey Aberaeron Under 17 Steeplechase
Derek Hermann   Senior Javelin
Matthew Jacobs Tre-Gib Under 17 Triple Jump
David Jones QE Cambria Under 20 300m and X country
Huw Jones Maes yr Yrfa Under 15 400m
Thomas Page Greenhill Under 17 1500m
Daniel Williams Maes yr Yrfa Under 15 Long Jump
Paul Clarke Univ of Glamorgan Senior 1500m
Natalie Griffiths Gwendraeth Under 15 Javelin
Kim Harland   Under 20 Long Jump and High Jump
Alison Siggery QE Cambria

Under 20 Javelin

Gwent Cross Country League Team Champions

Novice Boys 1992-3, 1994-5 ,1995-6, 1996-7, 1998-9, 1999-2000
Under 13 Boys 2000-2001
Under 15 Boys 1988-89, 1992-3
Under 17 Men 1993-4
Under 20 Men 1995-6>
Novice Girls 1990-1, 1991-2, 1992-3, 1993-4, 1994-5, 1998-9, 2000-1
Under 12 Girls 1999-2000
Under 15 Girls 1990-1, 1991-2
Under 17 Women 1976-77



Club Kit

The "Total Team Wear" website has a Carmarthen Harriers page where you can order whenever you want throughout the year.

Training tops, joggers and kit bag are available just to name a few and have proved popular so far with athletes, volunteers and parents alike.

Get your orders in for club kit now!



Here's the full kit list that we are currently offering (black and white and colour), all kit can include athletes' initials (optional):



















ORDER HERE ON OUR CLUB PAGE / ARCHEBWCH YMA AR EIN TUDALEN CLWB: http://www.totalteamwearuk.com/clientshops/carmarthenharriers/default.htm

Carmarthen Harriers Club Vests and Crop Tops

Carmarthen Harriers Club Vests and Crop Tops (with the re-branded club logo) are on sale!

The current vests from last year can also be worn at events.

Price: £23.00

Vests/Crop Tops are available to purchase at training on Tuesday evenings.



Follow Us on Social Media

Are you following us on our Social Media Pages? Ydych chi'n dilyn ni ar ein tudalennau cymdeithasol?

There are a number of ways you can follow Carmarthen Harriers Athletics Club online on our social media channels during the year and get involved yourself via @CarmsHarriers. Mae yna nifer o ffyrdd i ddilyn ni ar ein tudalennau cymdeithasol ac yn y wasg.

We are on Facebook, X, Instagram and have a YouTube channel - four platforms of keeping updated with the club, Dyfed, West Wales and Welsh Athletics Regular News, Fixtures, Results, Photos, Live Event Updates and More...

Website / Gwefan: www.carmarthenharriers.co.uk (this website)

Facebook: Carmarthen Harriers Athletics Club

X: @CarmsHarriers

Instagram: carmarthenharriers

YouTube: Carmarthen Harriers


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