Winter Training 2018

Training only costs £2 per week and is payable in the Club Cabin at the start of one of the sessions. Could parents have their children ready to register from 5.50pm onwards as we'd like to try and get them on the track for as close to 6pm as possible.On payment, the athlete will be given a paper wrist band which must then be shown to the relevant coach. Athletes must register at the Club Cabin each session they attend even though they might have paid once during the week. This is so we have an idea of the number of people training with us. Unfortunately, we cannot train 7 year olds due to track insurance reasons.

It is essential that training fees are paid as the Club has a lot of outgoings including the rental of the track.

Please contact individual coaches to check on specific coaching sessions but otherwise the general arrangement is.......

Tuesday 6pm - 7pm.....This session is aimed at the newer, less experienced, younger athletes. Opportunities are given to try out various events including sprints, hurdles, long jump, high jump, soft javelin, shot put and middle distance.

Thursday 6pm - 8pm.....For the more experienced / established athletes. Start times agreed between athlete and coach. For hurdles, normal sessions as per Tuesday for all ages.

Training times for the Winter training period

Nigel Rowland : Hurdles sessions... I work two weeks away and then two weeks home. Whilst I'm away the Hurdlers should go to other coaching sessions some of which must be sprints. Click here for Hurdles Winter sessions starting on Tuesday 2nd October.

Other coaches starting dates will be added here when known. If you know your coach please contact them directly.

Richard Thomas : Sprints : Tuesdays 7pm to 8pm for older group.Thursdays 6.30pm to 8pm older group. Please ask Richard for any clarification for which session the athlete should go to.

Pete Freeman : Middle distance : Tuesdays 6 pm to 7pm (Primary School age) ; 6.30pm to 8pm (Secondary School age)

Liz Rowland : High Jump Tuesdays 6pm to 7pm for youngsters and 7pm to 8pm for older athletes. 

Sue Alvey : Long Jump / Triple Jump....Tuesdays 7pm to 8pm. Sessions for U15 and above. Also U13's of a good standard

Huw Morgan : Javelin : Thursdays 6.30p to 8pm  

Philip Horn : Javelin : Tuesdays  6pm to 7.30pm  

Karen llewellin : Throws: Tuesdays 6pm to 7pm. Away last 2 weeks in October

Luke Foley : Long Jump : 9th, 23rd and 30th October; 13th and 27th November; 4th and 18th December.

Lucy Griffiths : Shot : Thursdays 5.30pm. Possibly from 5pm but please contact Lucy to confirm.

Wayne Griffiths : Middle distance : Tuesdays 6pm to 7pm. Also helping with 7pm to 8pm group. Strength and conditioning in conjunction with other coaches.

Bethan Lloyd : Hurdles and Sprints :Tuesdays 6pm to 7pm

Richard Wintle : Sprints and other events : Helping out when available

It must be emphasised that all involved with the Pembrokeshire Harriers are unpaid volunteers who give up their time for the love of the sport. We at the club welcome anybody wishing to help out especially on training nights. Whether it be helping to move hurdles, rake the long jump pit or shift equipment, any parental assistance is greatly appreciated. Please approach any coach or Club Official if you are able to help out. We don't bite !

The club is always looking to expand its coaching team. So if anybody would like to extend their help and get more involved there are coaching courses available for beginners throughout the year. Financial assisstance and guidance will be given to anyone wishing to help out in this way

Any enquiries please contact Club Secretary Liz Rowland.