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East Kilbride Cross Country Races – Sunday 18 January 2015

This years East Kilbride cross country races were only given the go ahead after a course inspection on the morning of the races. There was concern over the condition of the course after the heavy snow and freezing conditions in the days building up to the races but these concerns were allayed and the event went as planned. After last years mudbath the snowy and icy conditions underfoot made for a different race. Seaforth were well represented particularly in the younger age groups.

In the u11 girls age group Morven Hubbard, Libby White & Alex Meldrum did particularly well taking the second placed girls team prize.

Full results for all Seaforth athletes were :-

East Kilbride Cross Country 2015

Age Group Position Name Time
U11 Girls 1. Morven Hubbard 3.21
8. Libby White 3.55
10. Alex Meldrum 3.59
19. Abbie Rankine 4.20
24. Carla Bulabois 4.47
U11 Boys 3. Martin Lewis 3.24
4. Alex Crooks 3.26
U13 Girls 7. Charlotte McDowall 9.05
9. Rosie Davidson 9.08
14. Kelly Cunningham 9.28
16. Emma Bulabois 11.43
U13 Boys 16. Ethan White 9.27
U15 Girls 3. Caitlin Chilton 19.39
4. Lucy Davidson 20.02
U15 Boys 6. Declan McGhee 16.53
U17 Men 2. Fraser Stirling 22.49

East Kilbride u11 Girls Team

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Inter District Cross Country Championships – Holyrood, Edinburgh – Saturday 10 January 2015

The 2015 Inter District Cross Country Championships took place today at a very cold and extremely windy Holyrood Park, Edinburgh. With the weather at the beginning of the event very windy and the temperature hovering just above freezing, conditions deteriorated with temperatures dropping and driving snow showers at times. This coupled with the recent heavy rains which had made for soft and muddy conditions underfoot made the event a real cross country test. Each of the five Seaforth athletes selected to compete for Team West on the day acquitted themselves well in such difficult running conditions. The first race of the day was the 3km u13 boys race which featured Scott Sprang. After a gruelling 3 laps of the 1km course Scott finished in an excellent 5th place. The u13 girls race started 2 minutes after the u13 boys got underway and this seasons star Emma Frew led almost from the start coming home first in a time of 12:41 some 35secs clear of the second placed athlete to take gold. There were some senior races which followed before Seaforths Fraser Stirling and Rhys Sim made their appearances in the u17 Mens race which was run alongside the Junior Mens (u20) International race with teams from GB, USA & Europe. After 3 laps of a 2km course Fraser finished in 16th position with Rhys a short way behind in 31st. The u17 Mens race was followed by the u17 Womens race which featured Seaforths Kirstin Oakley. This race was again run in conjunction with the Junior Womens (u20) International race which featured the same International teams and covered 2 laps of the same 2km course. Kirstin who had not felt well on the morning of the race fought to a creditable 3rd place for a well deserved bronze medal.

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West District Cross Country Championships – Linwood – Saturday 6 December 2014

This years West District Cross Country Championships took place at a very wet and muddy course in Linwood on Saturday. The course would have been a tough test on any given day but with the heavy rain and strong winds it proved to be a very tough test indeed. A group of 30 hardy athletes made the trip to represent Seaforth in all age groups from u13 to Senior level.

In the girls u13 race where Seaforth had 7 entrants it was Emma Frew who shone yet again a week after her victory in the British Cross Challenge in Liverpool. For the first half of the race there were those who tried to keep up with Emma but as the race wore on and fatigue began to set in it was Emma who showed she had what it took to conquer the tough course coming home 19 seconds clear of second place.

The boys u13 race was next and again Seaforth were well represented with 5 athletes competing. Scott Sprang fought a brave fight to make sure at the end of the race he had secured 3rd place and the bronze medal.

The u17 and u20 ladies races are over the same 5000m distance and each age group run together. Seaforths sole entrant in this race was u17 Kirstin Oakley who came home in 4th place overall but 2nd place in the u17 age category to take a well earned silver medal home.

Full results of all Seaforth athletes are shown below:-

u13 Girls 3200m

Position Name Time
1. Emma Frew 11.27
23. Rosie Davidson 13.22
37. Charlotte McDowall 13.52
38. Sophie Mackay 13.54
47. Lexie Smiley 14.17
48. Kelly Cunningham 14.18
81. Emma Palmer 16.41

u13 Boys 3200m

Position Name Time
3. Scott Sprang 11.21
28. Greig Oakley 12.47
32. Patrick Smiley 12.52
36. Josh Cooke 13.03
66. Max McLean 14.05

u15 Girls 4000m

Position Name Time
31. Caitlin Chilton 17.46
37. Lucy Davidson 18.23

u15 Boys 4000m

Position Name Time
22. Ross Nicolson 14.58
45. Daniel Martin 17.07
47. Blair Smillie 17.20
52. Steven Martin 18.37
DNF (Injured) Lewis Ross

u17 Women 5000m

Position Name Time
2. Kirstin Oakley 20.11

u17 Men 6400m

Position Name Time
9. Fraser Stirling 24.02
15. Rhys Sim 24.22

Senior Women 6400m

Position Name Time
28. Gael Riddle 29.02
34. Toni McIntosh 29.43

Senior Men 10000m

Position Name Time
30. Kenny Neill 38.35
122. Stuart McLean 43.59
133. Laurence Baker 44.47
148. Craig Brown 45.45
181. Iain Pettigrew 49.05
183. Peter Laing 49.09

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British Cross Challenge – Sefton Park,Liverpool – Saturday 29 November 2014

This weekend saw the largest ever contingent of athletes from Ayr Seaforth competing at the Liverpool leg of this seasons British Cross Challenge. This is a series of cross country races with competitions this season in Liverpool, Cardiff and Milton Keynes before the final which is held in Birmingham in March. The competition in Liverpool is also the trials from which u20 and senior athletes who will compete for Team GB & NI at the European Cross Country Championships in Bulgaria on Sunday 14 December are selected.

A party of 18 athletes and a further 21 parents left for Liverpool on Friday for an overnight stay before the big day, it was to be first time competing at this level for some but each and every one of them will have gained invaluable experience from the trip.

The first race of the day in which a Seaforth athlete featured was the 1900m u11 race which boys and girls compete in together. Lewis Martin led the cavalry charge at the start finishing in a time of 8:25 for 25th place in the boys race.

Next race was the 3000m u13 girls race which proved to be Seaforths most successful race of the day. Emma Frew who has been in outstanding form of late competed with team mate Jena Anderson in a field of 98 competitors. Emma took an early lead and won the race in convincing fashion with a time of 10:56 which took her 13secs clear of the second placed runner. Jena came home with a time of 14:45 for 80th place.

This was followed by the 3000m u13 boys race in which there were 3 Seaforth representatives. First home for Seaforth in the 85 strong field was Scott Sprang in 5th position with a time of 10:39, he was followed by Greig Oakley in 43rd with a time of 12:05 and Max McLean who was 75th in 13:27.

With the races coming thick and fast it was on next to the u15 boys 3000m race which had 3 Seaforth athletes competing amongst the 116 entrants. Lewis Ross came home in 65th place with a time of  10:53 and was followed by Daniel Martin in 11:21(88th) and Steven Martin 13:47(114th).

The u15 girls 3000m race was contested by 93 athletes with Seaforth having 4 competitors. India Birrell led the way with a time of 12:46(63rd) with Caitlin Chilton 12:59(69th), Mia Cullis 13:33(78th) and Rachel Stirling 13:47(80th).

The u17 womens race was contested over a 4400m course alongside the u20 women with a total of 138 athletes. This race was the first which saw competitors fighting for European selection and was eventually won by Commonwealth Games 800m finalist Jessica Judd. Seaforth athlete Kirstin Oakley finished in an excellent 6th position in the u17 category with a time of 15:58 and Jacqui Gibson had a time of 21:00(64th).

In the u17 mens race over a 5500m course Fraser Stirling was Seaforths sole contestant in a field of 121 athletes. Fraser gave an excellent performance coming home in a time of 18:22 to take 21st place.

There were no senior women competing for Ayr Seaforth but 2 senior men had made the trip for the final race of the day. The mens race was over a distance of 9800m with a massive field of 520 runners which included the cream of British distance running. This race was contested over the final lap by 2 Scottish athletes with Callum Hawkins of Kilbarchan AAC taking first place in 29:26 from Andrew Butchart of Central AC (29:28). For Seaforth James Murray ran an excellent race to finish in a time of 38:59(280th) and was followed by Stuart McLean in 40:34(331st).

Overall it was a very satisfying day for Ayr Seaforth and in particular for those athletes who had a top 10 finish, to do this in fields which contained the best of British in each age group is no mean feat and great credit must also go to middle distance coach and club coaching coordinator Alan Sprang who works with each of these athletes tirelessly

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Ayrshire Cross Country Championships – Irvine Beach Park – Saturday 15 November 2014

Saturday saw this years Ayrshire Cross Country Championships take place at Irvine Beachpark. Conditions on the day were very favourable with practically no wind and the sun actually making an appearance at the start of the day. Seaforth had a sizeable contingent throughout the age groups and once again dominated the occasion taking the gold medal in 8 of the 10 races. Full results can be found in the tables below.

u11 Girls Ayrshire XC Championships 2014

Position Name Time
1. Morven Hubbard 4.12 (2nd Team)
5. Alex Meldrum 4.35 (2nd Team)
7. Abbie Chilton 5.02 (2nd Team)
9. Abbie Rankine 5.11

u11 Boys Ayrshire XC Championships 2014

Position Name Time
1. Lewis Martin 4.05 (1st Team)
2. Alex Crooks 4.11 (1st Team)
3. Ruben Lindsay 4'19 (1st Team)

u13 Girls Ayrshire XC Championships 2014

Position Name Time
1. Emma Frew 10.58 (1st Team)
2. Charlotte McDowall 12.29 (1st Team)
3. Rosie Davidson 12.32 (1st Team)
5. Sophie McKay 12.53
9. Jenna Anderson 13.58
11. Emma Connell 15.03
17. Molly Weatherston 17.04

u13 Boys Ayrshire XC Championships 2014

Position Name TIme
1. Scott Sprang 10.19 (1st Team)
4. Greig Oakley 11.38 (1st Team)
5. Patrick Smiley 11.40 (1st Team)
7. Max McLean 12.53
10. Ben Smyth 14.58
14. Max Hay 16.48

u15 Girls Ayrshire XC Championships 2014

Position Name Time
3. Lucy Davidson 12.15
4. India Birrell 12.41

u15 Boys Ayrshire XC Championships 2014

Position Name Time
1. Ross Nicolson 14.46 (1st Team)
2. Cameron Hay 16.33 (1st Team)
5. Blair Smillie 17.08 (1st Team)

u17 Womens Ayrshire XC Championships 2014

Position Name TIme
1. Kirstin Oakley 14.55
2. Lisa Rennie 17.41

u17 Men Ayrshire XC Championships 2014

Position Name Time
1. Fraser Stirling 20.07
2. Rhys Sim 22.13

u20/Senior/Veteran Women Ayrshire XC Championships 2014

Position Name Time
1. Laura Wallace 22.41 (1st Team)
3. Gael Riddle 24.28 (1st Team)
13. Laura Jamieson 31.19 (1st Team)
15. Janice McKellar 32.15

u20/Senior/Veteran Men Ayrshire XC Championships 2014

Position Name Time
3. Kenny Neill 30.42 (2nd Team)
5. Craig McPike 32.56 (2nd Team)
11. Stephen McCrorie 33.36 (2nd Team)
12. James Murray 34.23 (2nd Team)
16. Mark Caldwell 35.18 (2nd Team)
18. Stuart Mclean 35.45 (2nd Team)
19. Laurence Baker 36.09 (1st M50)
25. Alasdair Meldrum 37.02
33. Iain Pettigrew 40.24
39. Fraser McKenzie 53.43

 

 

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Kilmarnock Open Cross Country Championships – Scott Ellis Playing Fields,Kilmarnock – Sunday 9 November 2014

This years Kilmarnock Open Cross Country Championships took place on Sunday 9 November over a new course at the Scott Ellis Playing Fields which although missing out the infamous swamp was still a very soft and muddy affair. With the National Short Course Cross Country Championships taking place earlier in the day in Glasgow the contingent participating from Ayr Seaforth was down on the usual numbers although those participating acquitted themselves well. Despite the numbers being down Seaforth still managed two first place finishes with Scott Sprang taking gold in the u13 Boys race and Emma Frew taking gold in the u13 Girls race.

Full results can be seen below.

u11 Boys Kilmarnock Open XC 2014

Position Name Time
17. Alex Crooks 4.31

u11 Girls Kilmarnock Open XC 2014

Position Name Time
7. Morven Hubbard 4.20
13. Alex Meldrum 4.34
27. Abbie Chilton 4.57
39. Abbie Rankine 5.43

u13 Boys Kilmarnock Open XC 2014

Position Name Time
1. Scott Sprang 11.35
12. Patrick Smiley 13.34
13. Greig Oakley 13.53
19. Max McLean 15.46
24. Craig Neil 18.38

u13 Girls Kilmarnock Open XC 2014

Position Name Time
1. Emma Frew 12.07
13. Charlotte McDowall 14.21
14. Rosie Davidson 14.22
23. Evie Mackay 14.50
25. Alexandra Smiley 14.53
27. Sophie Mackay 15.15
35. Jena Anderson 16.02
42. Emma Bulabois 19.07

u15 Boys Kilmarnock Open XC 2014

Position Name Time
13. Calum Meldrum 16.27

Senior Men Kilmarnock Open XC 2014

Position Name Time
4. Kenny Neill 35.20
15. James Murray 39.50
18. Laurence Baker 41.24
20. Barry Duddy 41.59
21. Alasdair Meldrum 42.18
32. Iain Pettigrew 47.08

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National Short Course Cross Country Championships – Bellahouston Park,Glasgow – Sunday 9 November 2014

This years Short Course Championships took place today at Bellahouston Park, Glasgow in brilliant sunshine although conditions underfoot were extremely wet and muddy. The u15 races were held over a single lap of the 2000m course with the u17 races covering a smaller 1000m loop and then the 2000m lap.

The first race of the day was the u15 girls with 72 finishers followed by the u15 boys which had 66 finishers. The u17 womens race saw 38 finishers  and u17 men had a total of 56 finishing athletes.

A sizeable contingent from Seaforth made the trip to Glasgow and those who are fairly new to competing at this level gained valuable experience on the day. Success came Seaforths way firstly in the form of 3rd place for Kirstin Oakley in the u17 womens race and then in the team event where the first 3 athletes places count the Seaforth u17 womens team of Kirstin Oakley, Beth Macrae and Lisa Rennie won the silver medal.

Final places in each race category were :-

u15 Girls

29th   Lucy Davidson   8:15

32nd   India Birrell   8:17

53rd   Courtney McCorkell   9:05

61st   Megan Short   9:17

62nd   Eilidh Carswell   9:18

u15 Boys

14th   Lewis Ross   6:49

46th   Declan McGhee   7:32

48th   Daniel Martin   7:36

56th   Blair Smillie   8:09

57th   Aidan Copland   8:10

61st   Steven Martin   8:47

u17 Women

3rd   Kirstin Oakley   11:08

20th   Beth Macrae   12:19

24th   Lisa Rennie   12:51

28th   Jacqueline Gibson   13:54

u17 Men

6th   Fraser Stirling   9:39

20th   Rhys Sim   10:00

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National Cross Country Relays – Cumbernauld – Saturday 25 October 2014

Saturday saw this years National Cross Country Relays once again take place at Cumbernauld House which has been the home of the Championships since 2001. This is a course that proves a true test of cross country running owing to the hills that form part of it and it’s ability to hold water making the going underfoot heavy in parts at the best of times. This year was to be no different with the recent heavy rain which continued throughout the morning of the competition and was accompanied by strong winds.

A 20 year record high of 2241 athletes were entered for the Championships which represented 538 complete teams, an increase of 25 teams from last years entry.

The format for the Young Athletes races is that teams of 3 participate with each runner covering the 2500m course. The first runner is an u13 athlete followed by either an u13 / u15 athlete and then either an u15 / u17 athlete. The Men’s Senior races are competed by teams of 4 athletes with each running over a 4000m course, Seaforth had no Senior Female teams this year.

In the Young Females race a total of 106 teams started with 122 in the Young males and 102 teams in the Senior Males race.

The outstanding result for Seaforth was the 4th place finish of the ‘A’ team in the Young Males race which was closely followed by an excellent 9th place for the Seaforth ‘A’ team in the Young Female race.

A video report of the entire event can be seen HERE

YOUNG FEMALE RACE VIDEO HERE

YOUNG MALE RACE VIDEO

SENIOR MALE RACE VIDEO

SENIOR FEMALE RACE VIDEO

Full results can be seen in the tables listed below :-

Scottish XC Relays 2014 Young Females

9th Ayr Seaforth 'A' Emma Frew (u13) 10:35
Lucy Davidson(u15) 12:54
Kirstin Oakley(u17) 10:37
34:06
38th Ayr Seaforth 'B' Charlotte McDowall(u13) 12:51
India Birrell(u15) 12:19
Lisa Rennie(u17) 12:27
37:37
41st Ayr Seaforth 'C' Alexandra Smiley(u13) 12:54
Caitlin Chilton(u15) 12:32
Mia Cullis(u15) 12:34
38:00
71st Ayr Seaforth 'F' Sophie McKay(u13) 13:17
Emma Palmer(u13) 14:45
Courtney McCorkell(u15) 14:09
42:11
76th Ayr Seaforth 'E' Rosie Davidson(u13) 13:15
Alison King(u15) 14:42
Rebecca Martin(u17) 15:33
43:30
Incomplete Team Ayr Seaforth 'D' Kelly Cunningham(u13) 13:03
Beth Littlejohn(u15) 14:01
Incomplete Team Ayr Seaforth 'G' Emma McKay(u13) 13:23
Nadine Sturgeon(u13) 15:02

Scottish XC Relays 2014 Young Males

4th Ayr Seaforth 'A' Scott Sprang(u13) 10:07
Ross Nicolson(u15) 10:07
Fraser Stirling(u17) 9:18
29:32
16th Ayr Seaforth 'B' Logan Cotter(u13) 11:02
Lewis Ross(u15) 10:10
Rhys Sim(u17) 9:43
30:55
69th Ayr Seaforth 'C' Joshua Cooke(u13) 11:34
Greig Oakley(u13) 11:31
Daniel Martin(u15) 11:36
34:41
81st Ayr Seaforth 'D' Patrick Smiley(u13) 11:48
Blair Smillie(u15) 11:44
Steven Martin(u15) 12:27
35:59
Incomplete Team Ayr Seaforth 'E' Max McLean(u13) 13:33
Aidan Copland(u15) 12:14

Scottish XC Relays 2014 Senior Men

51st Ayr Seaforth 'A' Kenneth Neill 14:31
Stuart McLean 16:44
Kevin Bloy 17:26
Peter Laing 17:55
01:06.36
78th Ayr Seaforth 'B' Laurence Baker 17:11
Andrew Crichton 18:57
Tom McCulloch 20:00
Fraser McKenzie 22:21
01:18.29

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Ayrshire Cross Country Relays – Irvine – Saturday 18 October 2014

Saturday 18 October saw this years Ayrshire Cross Country Relays take place at the Beach Park, Irvine. Weather conditions on the day were good with bright dry conditions although there was a stiff breeze. There are races for each age group from u11 up to Senior level for both male & females with Seaforth taking the gold medal positions in all but u13 girls and Senior Men.

The full list of runners and their respective positions are shown below :-

Ayrshire Cross Country Relay Results 2014 u11 Girls

1st Team Morven Hubbard 4:52
Abbie Rankine 5:51
Alex Meldrum 5:15
3rd Team Abbie Chilton 5:39
Fay McTrusty 6:04
Aimie Clark 4:56

U13 Girls

3rd Team Sophie McKay 11:02
Evie Mackay 11:24
Katie Constantinou 12:33
4th Team Kelly Cunningham 11:17
Emma Palmer 12:57
Charlotte McDowall 11:07
6th Team Sophie Slider 12:33
Molly Weatherston 14:50
Emilie Oosterbeek 10:20

U15 Girls

1st Team Emma Frew 8:52
Caitlin Chilton 10:59
India Birrell 10:18
2nd Team Rachael Stirling 11:03
Courtney McCorkell 11:31
Katie McAlpine 14:01

U17 Women

1st Team Beth Macrae 10:09
Mia Cullis 10:31
Rebecca Martin 12:53

Senior Women

1st Team Laura Wallace 14:02
Gael Riddle 15:02
Kirstin Oakley 13:57

U11 Boys

1st Team Alex Crooks 4:32
Lewis Martin 4:46
Max Cunningham 5:02
3rd Team Jacob Cairns 4:49
Bailey Jamieson 5:44
Euan Bell 4:56

U13 Boys

1st Team Josh Cooke 9:54
Jamie McCullough 10:10
Greig Oakley 9:26
3rd Team Max McLean 11:07
Jack Dunsmuir 10:58
Alex Neil 11:38

U15 Boys

1st Team Ross Nicolson 8:27
Scott Sprang 8:43
Lewis Ross 8:17
2nd Team Callum Meldrum 9:29
Blair Smillie 10:44
Daniel Martin 9:29
Individual Steven Martin 10:09

U17 Men

1st Team Fraser Stirling 7:58
Rhys Sim 8:17
Jamie McCorkell 9:28

Senior Men

2nd Team Kenny Neill 12:14
Steven Reid 12:54
Craig McPike 13:07
Stephen McCrorie 13:03
5th Team James Pettigrew 13:25
Stephen Kay 13:19
Kevin Bloy 14:18
Stuart McLean 14:15
11th Team Martin McCrorie 14:32
Alasdair Meldrum 14:47
Andy Crichton 15:53
Laurence Baker 14:47
Individual Fraser McKenzie 16:49

 

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West District Cross Country Relays – Birkmyre Park,Kilmacolm – Saturday 11 October 2014

Saturday 11th October saw the first cross country race of the season in the form of the West District Relays which were switched from the original venue at Port Glasgow to Birkmyre Park, Kilmacolm as the original venue was considered to be too dangerous for athletes owing to excessive rutting. Team manager Alan Sprang had been hopeful of fielding numerous teams in both the boys and girls races but some very late call offs in the girls meant a fair bit of last minute shuffling of the pack.

Owing to Birkmyre Park being fairly small the course was quite compact and there were several loops of the park required to make the distance. Conditions on the day were good for running with no wind and the early light rain giving way to much brighter conditions.

First off was the Young females race which consisted of teams of 3 athletes with the first being u13 followed by either an u13 or u15 then either an u15 or u17. Owing to the late call offs Seaforth were only able to field 3 complete teams and an incomplete team of 2 runners.

Emma Frew who was the first runner for the ‘A’ team came home in 1st place over the 2500m course in a time of 8:55 handing over to India Birrell who was up against some very stiff competition but held on for 8th position at the changeover having covered the course in 10:12, the anchor leg was down to Kirstin Oakley who showed that all miles covered in training are paying off by covering the distance in 8:43 to come home in 3rd place for the bronze medal behind Giffnock North ‘A’ in 1st place and Kilbarchan AAC ‘A’ in 2nd .

In the Young Males race Seaforth fielded 4 complete teams with the Seaforth ‘A’ team going one better than the girls coming home in an excellent silver medal 2nd place. The lead runner was Scott Sprang who covered the course in a time of 8:39 handing over in 1st place to Lewis Ross who showed some fine form completing the course in 8:27 holding on to 2nd place before handing over to the anchor runner Fraser Stirling who brought the team home with a lap time of 7:46 for the silver medal.

Although there were no Senior Female teams Seaforth did field 2 Senior Male teams some of whom were running their first cross country race for the club with Seaforth coach Alasdair Meldrum stepping up to the breach at the last minute after call offs.

 

Full results and times for all Seaforth teams were:-

Girls Teams

‘A’ team (3rd) Emma Frew 8:55(1st), India Birrell 10;12(8th), Kirstin Oakley 8:43(3rd)

‘B’ team (23rd) Rosie Davidson 10:46(31st), Lucy Davidson 9:59(26th), Mia Cullis 10:18(23rd)

‘C’ team (39th) Sophie McKay 11:07(47th), Caitlin Chilton 10:20(32nd), Rebecca Martin 12:29(39th)

‘D’ team (incomplete) Nadine Sturgeon 11:47(49th), Rachel Stirling 10:33(42nd)

Boys Teams

‘A’ team (2nd) Scott Sprang 8:39(1st), Lewis Ross 8:27(2nd), Fraser Stirling 7:46(2nd)

‘B’ team 10th Greig Oakley 9:26(18th), Ross Nicolson 8:21(13th), Rhys Sim 7:56(10th)

‘C’ team 37th Josh Cooke 9:55(37th), Daniel Martin 9:32(36th), Callum Meldrum 9:27(37th)

‘D’ team 42nd Max McLean 10:33(52nd), Blair Smillie 9:31(42nd), Steven Martin 10:19(42nd)

Senior Males

‘A’ team (27th) Stuart McLean 14:57(38th), Craig Brown 14:40(32nd), Andrew Crichton 16:38(35th), Kenny Neill 12:51(27th)

‘B’ team (incomplete) Alasdair Meldrum 15:19(46th), Laurence Baker 15:06(37th), Tom McCulloch 17:55(39th)

 

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