PO Box 6614, Kampong Tunku, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
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Grand Master
Aileen D.
Crabby P.
+6012 375 8089
ph3gm15@gmail.com

Joint Master
Paul Kirkman
Beano


Joint Master
Neil Campbell
+6013 469 5438
ph3hareline@gmail.com

On-Sec
Liz Mulliss.
Enron
ph3malaysia@gmail.com

On-Cash
Emilia Charles
Pack-It-In
+6016 206 6915
Emilia.Charles@globalriskconsultants.com

Ass-On-Sec
Jason Anom
Cherry Popper

Ass-On-Cash
Barry Sage
Fat Slag

TrailMaster
Neil Campbell
+60134695438
ph3hareline@gmail.com


Haberdasher
Soo

Committee Member
Lim Chun Leong

Committee Member
Lye Shyong Ling

Committee Member
Maria Galindon
GonnaMaria

Committee Member
Reid Cooper

Committee Member
Ronny Nauer

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Sim Campbell













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Run 2089 - 25 March 2017

Venue: Broga Temple
Hare: Alvin Chah
Co-Hares: Andy Low and Pang Eric Yip
Scribe: Azman
Comic: Ronny

Directions:

GPS approx: 2.932421 101.923513

Waze: Sek Dato Temple Broga

Google: https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=1ZnDNos4MzVDL24L9mtDVV--5SAo&ll=2.9426992792412823%2C101.88219851408769&z=13

Nestled at the bottom of a hillock at a road leading from Broga is a temple located in Semenyih area, it looks like a small temple but is actually more. It is only when one enters the temple that it's uniqueness is opened up like an oyster to offer it's beauty to be seen. The run site is a typical Tropicana jungle (500m) hill behind the temple, with some Lalang hill, rubbers plantation, durian, vegetable farms, fish pond etc. Please mind your steps when you run through the black water piping when passing & do not step or pick any fruits.

For those who keen to know more about Broga temple or enjoy local food, you can refer to this link:
http://jotarofootsteps.blogspot.my/2015/03/sites-sak-dato-broga-temple.html

Direction:
-Take whatever road out of K.L. Remember the road toward Semenyih.
- Drive your favorite route to Semenyih.
-When you reach the small town, pay attention to the mosque on right hand site.
-Go straight at traffic lights with mosque on right
-Go thru one set lights and turn left on to B34 to Broga at the second set, going toward Nottingham university site.
-Follow this route going toward Broga temple; you will see Nottingham University on your left side.
- Pass Nottingham University on your left.

-Going straight you will see a gate at the end of a right turn corner; go straight (600m) into the Broga temple, you will also notice the on on restaurant(300m)on your right side before the reaching temple。
(JA XIANG, 家乡海鲜饭面店 no 5,Taman Broga 71750 Broga Lenggeng).

-Park nicely beside the road in front of the Broga temple.
-Please bring along your mosquitos repellent
-Hares car is Isuzu red pickup 7128.

Posted by onsec at 07:12 PM

Run 2090 - 01 April 2017

AGM RUN


Guests Fee - RM120

Registration starts at 3pm

Venue:Langat Seafood & Beer Garden Restaurant carpark
Hare: Outgoing GM - Aileen D.
Co-Hares: GM's entourage
Scribe: Alvin Chah
Comic: Sim

Directions:

N3 6.380; E101 48.997
N3 6'22.46"N; E101 48'59.85"E

The easy way: enter "Langat Seafood and Beer Garden" in Google Maps or Waze, follow directions, and relax.

Otherwise...

Route 1:

Make your way to the Cheras Expressway (E7) heading toward Kajang.

Cheras Sentral Mall (formerly Phoenix Plaza) is on your right as you head toward the toll.

About 300m after the toll turn LEFT to Jalan Ulu Langat (B52) heading toward Ulu Langat and Pekan Batu 9.

At Pekan Batu 14's cross-junction traffic lights with the yellow domed mosque on your LEFT, turn RIGHT onto Jalan Sungai Tekali (B116).

Drive over a short bridge and after 50 metres, turn RIGHT at the signboard that points to Langat Seafood and Beer Garden.


Route 2:

Find your way to Jalan Ampang going east toward Bukit Belacan, turn RIGHT on Jalan Taman Putra, follow the road for 6 kilometres and then turn LEFT at Jalan Ulu Langat (B62).

After another 7 kilometres, and at the T-junction traffic lights at Pekan Batu 14 (with the yellow dome mosque on your RIGHT), turn RIGHT, keep LEFT and turn onto Jalan Sungai Tekali (B116).

Drive over a short bridge and after 50 metres, turn RIGHT at the signboard that points to Langat Seafood and Beer Garden.

PARKING:

Please park to the RIGHT as you enter the restaurant compound, as requested by the restaurant proprietress. As space can be limited, do park tightly so that more cars can be accommodated. Tq.

Posted by onsec at 07:25 PM

GM's CORNER

A FEW TIPS ON HOW TO SET A GREAT RUN
a) The objective of the hash is to provide all members and guests with approximately 75-90 minutes of interesting running over varied terrain, with the entire pack finishing within 30 minutes of each other. No one should become lost if they follow the trail
b) Select a site which has ample parking and give clear, understandable directions. Avoid parking on main roads and obtain land-owners permission where necessary. Do not choose a site within 500m of a kampong - respect local sensitivities to dogs; alcohol consumption; and showering in public.
c) Always use a 'Co-Hare', both for security and in order that the co-hare can take over if you are otherwise indisposed on the day. If you are unfamiliar with setting runs, choose an experienced co-hare. If you don't know any, ask the trail-master. There are plenty of willing members who will be only too happy to help.
d) The run should be approximately 8-10km, but can be shorter in difficult terrain. If you need to 'stretch' the front-runners, then do so by setting clever checks; by using false trails; and perhaps by inserting a penultimate / final circular check; but never by attempting to set a marathon. The hash is strictly non-competitive and should focus equally on both exercise and socialising. Choose the restaurant and the menu for the on-on carefully!

We'll provide a more complete guide when your turn comes round to set a run.

Next committee meeting: TBC

ANNOUNCEMENTS

HARELINE
hareline has been updated up to run# 2051. Check when your next run is.

HASH PHOTOS
Our Hash Flash, (John C) posts very good pictures of PH3 runs. Click on any photo at the bottom of this page. This will bring you to PH3 photo album. We also have a PH3 Facebook page (Petaling Hash House Harriers) and Hash Flash.

RUBBISH AND EMPTY BOTTLES/CANS
Please clean up and take your rubbish with you and/or place it in designated containers!

DRINKS AWAY
Drinks are for consumption only at the run site. Please do not take unopened cans or bottles to your cars. Committee members will not hesitate to confront you and put you on the box as an abuser.

DON'T FORGET TO WRITE YOUR SCRIBE REPORT ! PLS CONTRIBUTE !

Scribe Reports

Click here for latest Scribe Reports.

run 2085 - 25th Feb 17 (Jimmy Leggett)

run 2088 - 18th March 17 (Nick Morss)

Many others in "previous reports" at bottom of scribe reports page


BEER O'CLOCK

On a Saturday, at the PH3 run-site, Beer O'Clock is easy to define. It is either:
1) 5.45pm
or
2) The time Front-Runner-On-Paper arrives back from the run (if there's a short and a normal, it's the normal run that counts)

The same rule applies to soft drinks (including for grubby little horrors!), but the big water-cooler is usually available to prevent anyone from dying of thirst.

Rules 1 & 2 apply to non-runners and guests too.

There are only a few habitual offenders, and we apologize for making the rest of you read this, but we want to make sure the rule is clear.

On On

VISITORS

PH3 loves guests and visitors.
We welcome any Hasher and non Hasher to join us for a run and after run gathering on Saturdays. The current fee is RM 40.00 a head for the run and the circle refreshments (beer and softies). Any food at the restaurant is additional, but will usually cost you less than RM25.00.

How to get there?
- Print or copy directions to the run site from this PH3 page.
- If you need a lift, do request it at least 72 hours before the run and be sure you are on time at the designated pick-up location. Do exchange mobile phone numbers with the person you are riding with. Be on time.

Running
You will need decent trail running shoes and running gear. Expect at least a 1.5 hour run or 2 hour+ walk in tropical forest/jungle conditions.

After the run
Bring change of clothes, towel, (water if you wish to shower/wash off), money to pay for the run fees and food later on. Expect to be given one or two down downs for visiting us.

ON ON and see you at the run!

IMPORTANT

Update your contact details
If there are any changes in your email, phone number, next of kin contact, etc., pls notify OnSec immediately @ ph3malaysia@gmail.com

Members' Responsibility
The main responsibility you have as a member it to set a run when your turn comes (about once in 4 years). Check the receding hareline page. If you can't set the run, the onus is on you to find a replacement hare. If you quit close to the time of your run and wish to rejoin later on, you will still be requested to set a run at the time you rejoin.

Subs
1. Men : RM200 per quarter
2. Ladies (non-beer): RM100 per quarter
3. Associates: RM50 per quarter
4. Joining fee: RM50 per applicant
5. Guest fee adult: RM40 per run (drink beer or not)
6. Guest fee youngsters: RM10 per run

Hash Paper
Please return all unused hash trail paper to the Trailmaster, Neil Campbell.

Run Directions
Please send your run location and directions to On-Sec and Trailmaster as early as possible before the run date (at least 4 weeks ahead).

INTERHASH 2018

Interhash 2018 is in Fiji
25 - 27 May 2018

For more details and registration:

http://interhashfiji2018.com/

Special Runs

GUA MUSANG HHH 20th Anniversary Run

Sunday 30th April 2017

Limited to 700 hashers. RM120pp. Registration closes 31 Dec 2016.

Please email guamusanghhh@gmail.com for details and registration forms

PAN ASIA HASH

Oct 27-29 2017 in Sokcho City, Gangwan, Korea

All details at: http://www.panasiahashkorea2017.com/