It was another fantastic night at the Darlington Sports awards at the college on Wednesday night with Harriers well represented on the evening. The Darlington Sports awards have been running for over 40 years now and it’s a great opportunity to recognise local talent.
• Track and field captain Mark Tallon for his work at the club and his work across the north east in an officiating capacity.
• Lewis Moses for his work with the MOVE CHARITY in addition to an incredible years performances.
• Karen Harland for her photography skills which many of us are grateful for her time and effort.
• Former Harrier and Darlington Tri’s Grant McTaggart for his work fundraising whilst overcoming his own personal challenges (all part of the service to sport Over 17 award).
• India Oates won the Disability Sports achiever award after yet another fantastic year in 100/200m.
• Harriet Rogers who beat a number of strong contenders in the secondary school and further education sports achiever category for her performances in the pool and cross country, along with India Pentland who also received an award in this category.
• Hugo Douglas-Reeve won Primary sports achiever of the year for swimming, cross country and athletics.
• Karen Harland also picked up the Mulheim Cup which is an award given to someone who gives back a great deal to the community through volunteering another worthy winner on the night.
Congratulations to you all and all other winners and nominees.