Sunderland Harrier team manager expects his A-team to finish in top 25 at North of England Senior Men’s Six-Stage Road Relay Championship

September 13, 2017
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Sunderland Harriers are one of 10 North East clubs that travel to Manchester on Saturday for the North of England Senior Men’s Six-Stage Road Relay Championship.

The Wearsiders have two teams entered for the 6×6.5km relay at Sport City, and the other North East clubs involved are Elvet Striders, Gateshead, Tyne Bridge, Durham, Morpeth, New Marske, Birtley, Jarrow and Hebburn and North Shields.

A total of 136 teams are down to run on what is a tight course at Sport City over two laps, with the start and finish on the track.

Sunderland team manager Albert James will do well to equal last year’s performance where the team finished 15th at the same venue.

He said: “The two travelling teams are a blend of youth and experience and I expect them to run up to form.

“The A team have…


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