PH were in top form at the Graham Clark Memorial Race held at Knockhill Racing Circuit on Tuesday evening.  This race is named after the well respected Carnegie Harriers coach and former Scottish international who sadly passed away 14 years ago.

PH’s Ben Hukins led home the field to take first place in a fast 19.43 followed by David Limmer of Portobello (20.11) and Perth Road Runners’ Mike McConnell (20.19).

Racing Club filled five further places in the top ten with Darren Jubb next home, 4th in 20.31, closely followed by teammate Colin Somerville, 5th in 20.49.  Roger Clark (2nd V40 in 21.18), Jonathan Peebles (21.28) and Robert Sellar (21.29) finished 7th, 8th and 9th respectively.


Just outside the top ten were Daniel Smith, 11th and 1st U20 in 21.42 and Daniel Monaghan, 13th in 21.58 and they were followed by Johnny Cassells, Martin Butcher and Martin McNellis (2nd V50).

Alison Whyte (26.01) finished 5th female overall, picking up the prize for 1st V40 and was joined among the prizes by Ed Norton (25.10) who collected the V60 prize for the second year running.  It was also great to see Allen Marr don the PH vest for the first time.


Well done to all the 29 PH finishers – full results can be found here.  Thanks to Carnegie Harriers for organising such an excellent event and to Gordon Donnachie for his superb race photographs.