Welcome to Trentham United Harriers & Walkers

We are the largest group of runners and walkers in the Upper Hutt valley. Our Club is built around friendly local people who just enjoy running and walking at all ages and ability levels.
Our goal is to encourage people of all ages to get fit in an easy and fun way, and those that are fit to get faster.
See the About Us page for more details and our training times & days.

Upcoming Events Results & News


Saturday 25 May
Vosseler Shield XC
Mt Victoria, Wellington

The "toughest cross country race in NZ".
Link to full race information below.

Course Map
Click here for full information....

Sunday 26 May
Masters Classic XC Relay
Trentham Memorial Park

For those that are over 35 and still have the legs to move after Vosseler :)
Please put your name on the clipboard in the Clubrooms if you want to be in a team. There's teams for both running and walking.

Click here for full information...

Wednesday 29 June
Wellington Secondary Schools XC Championships
Harcourt Park

Secondary/College schools race.

Saturday 1 June
Novice & President Races, Steve Plowman Trophy for U12 & Bob Clark Memorial Trophy for Walkers
Trentham Memorial Park

The fun handicap event of the season. Everyone starts at different times as determined by the Club handicappers and first person across the line wins!
Note: the event will be at Trentham Memorial Park and NOT Harcourt Park as listed in the syllabys.

More information to follow...

Saturday 8 June
Dorne Cup XC
Trentham Memorial Park

Dorne Cup Interclub XC at Trentham Memorial Park.

More information to follow.

Saturday 8 June
Club Day
Trentham Memorial Park

For those not doing the Dorne Cup XC. Meet up at 1:15pm for pack runs & walks. Stick around after your run/walk to cheer on the Trentham members that are competing.
Juniors - No Club Day as majority will be doing the Dorne Cup XC

Saturday 15 June
Club Day + Club Trail Champs
Trentham Memorial Park

Club Day for Juniors and Walkers, Club Trail Champs for Senior/Masters Runners. Announcements at 1:15pm followed by runs & walks.
Club Trail Champs will start from end of County Lane and follow a course through Keith George Memorial Park (meet at Clubrooms first for announcements, more details to come).

Saturday 22 June
Sanders & Gough XC

A friendly competion between us, Hutt Valley Harriers, Wainuiomata Harriers, Aurora and Masterton clubs.
Each year a different Club takes a turn to host the event, with the event being at a different venue each year. This year Wainuiomata Harriers is hosting the event.

More details to follow...

Click here for the full calendar

Latest Results & News

Sunday 20 May
Upper Valley Primary Schools XC Champs
Harcourt Park

Awesome event. Big thanks to Shane & Jill Ross and the Activation team for organizing it.
We had 21 Trentham Harriers' Juniors participating for their schools. Great efforts by everyone, with Trentham member's picking up 5x wins, 2x 2nds, 2x 3rds and a further 7 in the top 10. Awesome running everyone!

Click here for full results...

Saturday 11 May
University Relays & Chocolate Walk
Queen Elizabeth Park, Paekakariki

We had lots of great results.
In the relays, our Masters Men 50+ team placed 4th, our Senior Men team placed 5th, Masters Women 35+ placed 5th, Masters Men 35+ A placed 10th, Masters Men 35+ B placed 13th and our Composite/Mixed team placed 1st.
In the Kid's mass start race, Jacob Rice & Alex Lister went 2-3 in the Boys Under 10, Zoe Hilton placed 2nd in the Girls Under 10, Scarlett Lister was 1st Girl in the U7, Max Tebbutt won the Boys Under 12, Maddie Wos placed 2nd in the Girls Under 12, Max Poland placed 2nd in the Boys Under 14, Josh Jordan and Tom Poland went 1-2 in the Boys Under 16 and Emily Barr placed 3rd in the Girls Under 16. Awesome efforts by everyone that participated.
Over in the Chocolate Walk, Daniel Du Toit won the hidden handicap and had the fastest overall time, missing his estimated time by only 8 seconds.

Result have been updated to Final:
Relay Results v2...
Chocolate Walk Results v2...
Boys & Girls Under 10 Results v2...
Boys & Girls Under 12 Results v2...
Boys & Girls Under 14 Results v2...
Boys & Girls Under 16 Results v2...

Club Ladders have been updated

With the Club XC Champs results now finalized, the 2019 Club Ladders have been added. Hopefully we get some close competitions again as we have in the past!

Click here for ladders...

Saturday 4 May
Club XC Champs
Trentham Memorial Park

Awesome turnout for our 2019 Club XC Champs. It was also great having the double creek crossing back. Thank you to everyone that helped out with setting up/packing away, marshaling and time keeping.

A small collection of photos from Club XC
Click here for full results (v5/Final)...

Saturday 27 April
Shaw Baton XC Relays
Battle Hill Farm Forest Park

We had an awesome 14 teams in the relays this year, plus 11 juniors in the U10 race.
While underfoot conditions were good, there was a strong wind this year resulting in slower times compared to last year.
All the Trentham member's results are on the results page

Click here for Under 10 results...
Click here for Relay results...

26-29 April 2019
Australian Masters Athletics Championships
Melbourne, Australia

Jackie Wilson completed in the Australian Masters Athletics Champs in Melbourne.
1500m Track Walk - 1st W70-74 9:30.52
10k Road Walk - 1st W70-74 1:08.22 5,000m Track Walk - 1st W70-74 32:54.16

Thursday 25 April
ANZAC Day Road Races

A great small event organized by Ray Wallis to raise funds for Life Flight.

Click here for full results...

Saturday 20 April
Club Day & Mad Dash XC Relay

Lots of fun as always.
Some photos.....

Updated 2019 Syllabus/Calendar

The 2019 syllabus has been updated with the dates for Wellington Road Champs (Saturday 24 August) and Mangaroa Circuit (Saturday 31 August) now confirmed. The date for Sanders & Gough is still TBC (Wainuiomata Harriers is hosting).
Click here for updated syllabus (v2, pdf)....

Thomas Strawbridge on the rise in the middle distance running ranks

Dominion Post/Stuff article about Club member Thomas Strawbridge's rise the the middle distance ranks.

Click here to read the article...

See the results page for more results.