We Have Lift Off
Welcome to Sale Harriers Manchester's new website. We've joined
the pre- General Election campaign for 'Change'! Let's hope you'll
now value this state-of-the-art club vehicle of communication
that'll provide up-to-date news and information and continue to
present the club in the best possible light. It's just part one -
the 'information' phase, and when the 'networking' phase is
launched in a few weeks, we hope every member will use its
discussion and networking facility to also build club 'community'
Special thanks to Kevin Mc Kay, our former
1500m Olympian, who facilitated the technical build and to his
colleague Martyn Joyce who then built the format.
This was completely advised and overseen by Fechin Mc
Cormick following his initial research for the best (and
simplest!) ideas from many of the other Premier Division Athletic
websites. More work than could ever be realised has gone into
it over many weeks, and is the result of much heart-searching,
experimenting and review so let's hope we've finally hit the mark!
Simultaneous to this work, Fechin has updated all the copy from the
former website and re-structured it to make it compatible for the
new website. Finally, he's provided the articles and photographs to
ensure this up-to-date launch. We'll be interested in your
We hope all athletes of every age and era, coaches and managers
will now generate a continuous flow of news and information that'll
keep this website -YOUR website, topical and interesting.....even
We're fortunate to have a formidable team of club members who'll
now take responsibility for its management.
Brian Bradshaw & Chris Heys will have overall
management responsibility. Brian has 20 years experience of working
in IT and Chris is already well known as the manager of the
former website. Anything related to club administration, records,
policies and procedures and the Primary Section etc is to be
sent to them. They will also oversee the next phase
viz 'community' through social inter-action opportunities They
will be assisted by...............
Cat Jones joined the Crossford Bridge endurance
section in 2008 and has certainly made her mark as lead
organiser of the memorable Centenary dinner; two very successful
Club Winter Balls and the enthusiastic supporter of most
other club promotions. Cat will build the club's 'Coach'
section and manage it's social section.
Paul Rowley also joined the CB endurance section
about the same time and is an enthusiastic supporter of every
promotion of the senior men's section. For the summer season,
Paul will be the link person for posting your news &
reports related to the National Young Athletes
Leagues & the National Junior League
Frank Cordingley is a long-time club member and a
member of the popular Cordingley family all of whom are very keen
club supporters. Again, Frank has very capable skills for his
role. During the summer, he'll be your lead person for posting
your information and reports on the British Athletic league, UK
Women's league and Northern League.
Fechin Mc Cormick will be continuing his usual
long-time role related to the Harrier magazine of researching/
writing/submitting news and reports on all club activities. If
you'd like to advertise on this website or know somebody who does,
please contact Fechin Mc Cormick.
Terry Lonergan is the MD of Faxtrax Sports in West
Yorkshire; a life-long club member and you won't find a more
enthusiastic runner. Terry will develop a new veteran club
championship section and research veteran club records so the
website is as accurate and comprehensive as possible.
Andy Jordan, the Manger of the club's innovative
pfs Greenzone Center will manage his own site.
Posted 02/01/2012 22:13