THE FOLLOWING SEASONS

With the onset of spring the harrier season ended and many of the members returned to the track or the bike for the summer but over the following two winter seasons the club widened its activities and took part in several inter-club runs, most notably with Huddersfield and Leeds Harehills Harriers.

One of these runs, which started from Selby in February 1885 was mentioned in the same edition of the Eastern Morning News that reported the fall of Khartoum. Every opportunity was taken to make the most of these occasions and the clubs often dined together afterwards.