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Ayrshire Cross Country Relay Championships – Irvine – Saturday 20 October 2018

This years Ayrshire Cross Country Relay Championships took place on Saturday at Irvine Sports Club. Conditions were favourable with the rain holding off till the Senior races although the lack of mud underfoot may have confused a few. There was success on the day for several Seaforth teams with the U11 Boys(A) taking Silver, U13 Boys (A) taking Silver, U13 Girls (B) taking Gold & the (A) team Bronze, Mens (A) took Bronze while the Womens (A) won Gold. Full results can be found below.

Ayrshire XC Relays - U11 Boys

Team Position Name Time
2nd TEAM A
Brady McLean 4:51
Finlay Leishman 5:10
Sam McCrorie 5:16
Incomplete Team Lucan Marshall-Watt 5:41

Ayrshire XC Relays - U11 Girls

Incomplete Team Name Time
Jessica Byers 5:39
Leya Konther 5:32

Ayrshire XC Relays - U13 Boys

Team Position Name Time
2nd Daniel Byers 9:34
Connor Scobie 10:09
Fraser McIntyre 10:29
Incomplete Team Ethan Polson 9:44

Ayrshire XC Relays - U13 Girls

Team Position Name Time
1st Anna Kirk 10:01
Sophie McCallum 10:28
Iona Hubbard 9:53
3rd Sophie McColm 10:07
Jessica Donnelly 11:44
Claire McLaughlin 1:25

Ayrshire XC Relays - U15 Boys

Team Position Name
Incomplete Team Alex Crooks 8:48
Fergus Muir 11:03

Ayrshire XC Relays - U15 Girls

Team Position Name
Incomplete Team Morven Hubbard 10:17
Islay Hubbard 11:09

Ayrshire XC Relays - Senior Men

Team Position Name Time
3rd Kenny Neill 13:46
Grahame Hopper 14:22
Stephen McCrorie 15:23
Simon Kirk 16:04
11th Stuart McLean 17:04
Ian Pettigrew 16:25
Barry Duddy 16:25
Ian Young 16:46
Incomplete Team Stuart McColm 18:13
Peter Laing 17:57

Ayrshire XC Relays - Senior Women

Team Position Name Time
1st Toni McIntosh 15:26
Nicola Dunn 16:09
Laura Wallace 15:27
5th Gael Neill 18:31
Evie MacKay 17:41
Ruth Kirk 20:30

West District XC Relay Championships – Irvine Beach Park – Saturday 13 October 2018

This years West District Cross Country Relay Championships took place at an exceptionally wet Irvine Beach Park yesterday but despite the weather around 1200 athletes took part.
Seaforth had teams featuring in each race and first up was the Young Females. This race like the Young Males comprises of teams of 3 athletes each running over a 2500m course. The first runner is an U13 athlete with the second either an U13 or U15 and the third runner either U15 or U17.
In the young Females race which had 45 complete teams, Seaforth had 3 complete teams competing with the first leg runners being Iona Hubbard (Team A), Sophie MCcColm (Team B) and Sophie McCallum (Team C). It was Iona Hubbard who led the race home with a sizeable lead to hand over to the second leg runners who were Morven Hubbard (Team A), Anna Kirk (Team B) and Katie Murray (Team C). For the third and final leg it was Emma Frew (Team A), Evie Mackay (Team B) and Isla Hubbard (Team C) who set off with Team A coming home in 5th place, Team B in 16th place and Team C in 20th place.
The next race was the Young Males where Seaforth had 2 complete teams and an incomplete team in a race with 40 complete teams. First leg runners were Conor Scobie (Team A), Calum Moir (Team B) and Fraser McIntyre (Team C) who then handed over to Alex Crooks (Team A), Daniel Byers (Team B) and Euan Bell (Team C). With no third runner for team C it was left to Scott Sprang (Team A) and Max McLean (Team B) to take up the challenge with Team A coming home in 11th place and Team B in 26th place.
The Senior Women were next up in a race with 34 complete teams. This race was competed by teams of 3 athletes each taking on a 4000m course. With only one complete team and a solo runner it was Laura Wallace (Team A) and Ruth Kirk (Team B) who set off with Laura followed by Gael Neill and Toni McIntosh who brought the team home in 10th place.
The Senior Mens race comprised of teams of 4 athletes each taking on the same 4000m course as the Senior Women. Seaforth had 3 complete teams in a field of 85 complete Senior teams and it was first leg runners Grahame Hopper (Team A), Alasdair Meldrum (Team B) and Laurence Baker (Team C) who led off handing over to Stephen McCrorie (Team A), Simon Kirk (Team B) and Peter Laing(Team C). With persistent rain once again falling it was then the turn of Craig Brown (Team A), Iain Pettigrew (Team B) and Stuart McColm (Team C) who handed over to final leg runners Kenny Neill (Team A), Paul Turnbull (Team B) and Stuart McLean (Team C). In the final overall standings in the Senior category Team A were 28th, Team B 58th and Team C 72nd however in the Seniors only category Team A were 23rd while in the Masters category Team B were 12th and Team C 16th.
Next up is the Ayrshire Cross Country Relays next weekend followed by the National Cross Country Relays at Cumbernauld.

Club Championships – Sunday 16 September 2018

This years Club Championships took place on Sunday at Dam Park Stadium and we were lucky to have a dry if somewhat chilly at times day. It was good to see so many of our younger members taking part but it must be remembered that these days cannot go ahead without the help of an army of volunteers, Sunday took the combined efforts of almost 50 and a big vote of thanks goes to each and every one of you.

On this note the club would like to extend a massive thankyou to Coach & Board Member Sandy Paisley who stood down on Sunday after many years service to the club. You will be missed Sandy and always welcome back.

After some serious competition we are now able to reveal who will be receiving Club Champion Trophies and Runners Up Trophies at the Annual Presentation Night which takes place at The Carlton Hotel on Friday 9 November with those athletes being:-

U9 Boys Champion – Matthew Copland
U11 Boys Champion – Brady McLean
Runner Up – Luca Pieroni
U13 Boys Champion – Connor Lynch
Runner Up – Ben Edwards
U15 Boys Champion – Alex Crooks
Runner Up – Toby Nixon
U17 Mens Champion – Euan Duff
Runner Up – Sammy Jones
U20/Senior Mens Champion – Jordan Tennent
Runner Up – Sean Aitken

U9 Girls Champion – Connie Devine
U11 Girls Champion – Emma Ablett
Runner Up – Reese Devine
U13 Girls Champion – Emma McMillan
Runner Up – Erin Ramsay
U15 Girls Champion – Abbie Rankine
Runner Up – Imogen Tribe
U17 Womens Champion – Sophie Slider
Runner Up – Emma Frew
U20/Senior Womens Champion – Ruth Kirk
Runner Up – Sara Paterson

Full results by age group

U9 Boys U11 Boys U13 Boys U15 Boys U17 Men U20/Senior Men

U9 Girls U11 Girls U13 Girls U15 Girls U17 Women U20/Senior Women

Kilmarnock Open Graded – Tuesday 12 June 2018

The latest of this years Ayrshire competitions took place at the Ayrshire Athletics Arena, Kilmarnock on Tuesday night with quite a number of the younger members of Ayr Seaforth taking part. For some it was their first taste of competition and what better way to get a feel for what it is like to compete than to do it at a local event. The weather was in the main favourable with bright, sunny conditions although there was the usual stiff breeze at this venue. Full results for the night can be found by clicking this link Kilmarnock Open Graded Results

CCL Land O’Burns 10k Road Race – Wednesday 23 May 2018

This years CCL Land O’Burns 10k Road Race took place last night in brilliant sunshine. Well over 200 runners set off with the race being started by Clare Jones of sponsors CCL Logistics at the usual mark next to Ayr Beach before making their way around the areas of Doonfoot and Alloway before heading back to the finish line at The Old Racecourse. A massive vote of thanks must go yet again to CCL Logistics for their amazing support of this event.The winner of the race was David Millar of Irvine Running Club in a time of 33:21.4 with the Laura Wallace of Ayr Seaforth AC the first woman home in a time of 39:16.2. The first 3 in male and female categories are shown in the table below, full results can be found HERE

CCL Land O'Burns 10k Road Race 2018

Position Name Time
1st Male David Millar 33:21.4
2nd Male David McLure 35:37.1
3rd Male Steven Reid 36:19.5
1st Female Laura Wallace 39:16.2
2nd Female Julie Beveridge 41:24.4
3rd Female Joanne McEvoy 42:32.3

West District Track & Field Championships – Kilmarnock – 12th/13th May 2018

This weekend saw this years West District Track & Field Championships take place at the Ayrshire Athletics Arena, Kilmarnock. Unusually for the venue conditions were perfect with brilliant sunshine and unusually no strong winds blowing. Competition was spread over two days this year, a change from the previous format of Friday evening and all day Saturday. Numerous Seaforth athletes were involved in competition each day and a sizeable haul of medals was taken home. There was Gold for U13 Boy Fergus Muir in the High Jump and U17 Women Emma Frew in the 1500m; Silvers for U13 Girls Libby White in Long Jump and Jenna Beswick in 75m Hurdles, U20 Woman Kirsten McClymont in 200m, Senior Woman Carolyn Harvey in Triple Jump; Bronze for U15 Girl Abbie Rankine in Javelin, U17 Women Gemma Bruce in 300m Hurdles, Sophie Slider in 200m and Rosie Davidson in 1500m, U20 Woman Kirsten McClymont in 100m, Senior Woman Aimee McGinley in 100m.


U13 Girls - West District Track & Field Championships 2018

Name Event Result
Jenna Beswick 70mH 1st H2 - 12.45s (Q)
2nd F - 12.43s
Libby White 100m

Long Jump

1st H2 - 14.02s (Q)
1st SF - 14.03s (Q)
4th F - 14.55s
2nd F - 4.34m
1st H4 - 29.02s (Q)
3rd SF - 29.11s (Q)
5th F - 28.98s
Abbie Cairns 100m 7th H3 - 16.27s
Sophie McColm 1500m 9th F - 5:44.11
Iona Hubbard 1500m 4th F - 5:32.33
Emma McMillan High Jump
2nd F - 1.31m
10th F - 2:41.49
Kendal Tribe 100m
5th H2 - 15.02s
5th H4 - 31.93s
Amy McCann 200m 3rd H4 - 29.73s (Q)
4th SF - 29.42s (Q)
6th F - 29.41s

U15 Girls - West District Track & Field Championships 2018

Name Event Result
Abbie Rankine 75mH
Shot Putt
6th H2 - 15.18s
7th - 6.71m
3rd - 19.21m
Morven Montgomery 75mH
Long Jump
7th H2 - 16.69s
14th - 2.70m
Imogen Tribe 100m 2nd H2 - 13.75s (Q)
3rd SF - 13.51s (Q)
5th F - 14.04s
Islay Hubbard 1500m 21st - 5:46.16

U17 Women - West District Track & Field Championships 2018

Name Event Result
Sophie Slider 300m


3rd H1 - 43.14s (Q)
5th F - 43.05s
2nd H2 - 26.96s (Q)
3rd F - 27.01s
Gemma Bruce 300mH 3rd F - 47.85s
Matilda Press 200m 4th H2 - 28.43s (Q)
Emma Frew 1500m 1st F - 4:50.50
Rosie Davidson 1500m 3rd F - 4:59.00

U20 Women - West District Track & Field Championships 2018

Name Event Result
Kirsten McClymont 100m
3rd F - 12.75s
2nd F - 26.72s
Katie McAlpine 200m 5th F - 28.15s

Senior Women - West District Track & Field Championships 2018

Name Event Result
Aimee McGinley 100m 3rd F - 13.31s
Carolyn Harvey Triple Jump 2nd - 11.58m

U13 Boys - West District Track & Field Championships 2018

Name Event Result
Alfie Murphy 100m 3rd H3 - 14.35s (Q)
5th F - 14.17s
Daniel Byers 800m 7th - 2:35.25
Conor Scobie 800m 6th - 2:35.07
Callum Peat 800m 11th - 2:41.04
Calum Moir 800m 12th - 2:42.75
Findlay Muir 800m
Long Jump
16th - 2:57.41
10th - 3.02m
Fraser McIntyre 1500m 12th - 5:35.83
Ti Wilson High Jump 5th - 1.21m

U15 Boys - West District Track & Field Championships 2018

Name Event Result
Fergus Muir 800m
High Jump
15th - 2:35.77
1st - 1.32m
Euan Bell 1500m 8th F - 4:54.71

U20 Men - West District Track & Field Championships 2018

Name Event Result
Daniel Martin 400m 2nd H1 - 52.89s (Q)
5th F - 51.90s
Jordan Tennent 400m


4th H2 - 54.65s (Q)
7th F - 55.31s
8th F - 24.77s

Senior Men - West District Track & Field Championships 2018

Name Event Result
Fraser McKenzie 100m
Long Jump
6th H1 - 13.65s
4th - 3.90m

Kilmarnock Open Graded – Sunday 15 April 2018

The first of this seasons Ayrshire Open Graded meetings took place last Sunday at the Ayrshire Athletics Arena, Kilmarnock. Unlike the usual competition format where athletes compete against other athletes in the same age group an Open Graded has athletes competing against others of a similar standard in the event to themselves regardless of the age groups. There were some fine performances on the day which is promising so early in the season. The results for all Ayr Seaforth athletes can be found in the tables below.

U11 Results - Kilmarnock Open Graded - Sunday 15 April 2018

Name Event Result
Reese Devine 75m
Long Jump
Brady McLean 75m
Sam McCrorie 75m
Long Jump
Abbie Cairns 75m
Long Jump
Amelia Cheng 75m 13.12s
Rory Kilpatrick 75m
Emma Ablett 75m
Shot Putt
Cora Foote 75m
Long Jump
Shot Putt
Daniel Frew 600m
Long Jump

U13 Results - Kilmarnock Open Graded - Sunday 15 April 2018

Name Event Result
Adam Currie 800m 2:31.95
Connor Scobie 800m 2:35.97
Anna Kirk 800m
Sophie McColm 800m
Long Jump
Alfie Murphy 800m
Jack Knox 800m
Shot Putt
Findlay Muir 800m
Long Jump
Amy McCann 100m 14.63s
Kendal Tribe 100m
High Jump
Hannah Slider 100m
Shot Putt
Rosie Wallbanks 100m
Long Jump
Calum Hannah 1500m 5:48.41
Fraser McIntyre 1500m
Long Jump
Iona Hubbard 1500m 5:35.77
Emma McMillan High Jump 1.20m

U15 Results - Kilmarnock Open Graded - Sunday 15 April 2018

Name Event Result
Abbie Rankine 75mH
Shot Putt
Morven Montgomery 75mH
Long Jump
Alex Crooks 800m
Fergus Muir 800m 2:46.19
Efthalia Karouzaki 800m
Imogen Tribe 100m 13.76s
Rosie Morrison 100m
Islay Hubbard 1500m 5:43.02
Joshua Mirtle 1500m 5:45.69
Connall O'Brien High Jump 1.40m

U17 Results - Kilmarnock Open Graded - Sunday 15 April 2018

Name Event Result
Max McLean 800m 2:18.94
Emma Frew 800m 2:24.32
Sophie Slider 200m
Long Jump
Emilie Oosterbeek High Jump

U20/ Senior Results - Kilmarnock Open Graded - Sunday 15 April 2018

Name Event Result
Fraser McKenzie (Sen) 100m
Long Jump
Shot Putt
Ruth Kirk (Sen) 100m
Gavin Drysdale (U20) 100m Bike Race 18.21s
Andrew Mulvihill (Sen) 100m Bike Race 61.78s
Jordan Tennent (U20) 400m 56.03s


Kaim Hill Race – Fairlie – Wednesday 18 April 2018

A fantastic turn out of 10 Seaforth athletes competed in the Kaim Hill Race (Fairlie) on Wednesday evening. In glorious Spring weather with views over the Firth of Clyde to the Islands and West Highlands , the 5.5 km Course involved an ascent of over 1100 feet through burns, bracken and marshland to the Trig Point at the Top and back down into Fairlie and the finishing line. 

Hill Racing involves strength & stamina on the way up and speed & agility on the way down. Excellent performances were produced throughout the squad.

34 – Mark Caldwell – 38:59

41 – David Jones – 39:52

49 – Alasdair Meldrum – 40:39

59 – Toni McIntosh – 41:25

68 – Tim Downie – 43:52

76 – Ian Morrison – 45:16

82 – Stuart McColm – 47:33

111 – Karen Adams – 57:50

118 – Abby Cunningham – 1:01:42

123 – Lorna Fraser – 1:11:35


Scottish National 3x800m Relays – Saturday 14 April 2018 – Grangemouth

This years Scottish National 3x800m Relays took place on Saturday at Grangemouth Stadium. Conditions were ideal for athletics on the day although a somewhat depleted Seaforth contingent took part owing to many of those who would normally compete being unavailable. There was however an U13 Girls and an U13 Boys team competing.

The U13 Girls team of Iona Hubbard, Sophie McColm and Emma McMillan ran in Heat 1 coming home in 4th place with a time of 8:29.27, with athletics rules stating this age group cannot run more than one race in a day of 800m or over the final results were based on times from the respective Heats which meant the girls were place 10th overall from the 19 teams taking part.

The U13 Boys team of Callum Peat, Connor Scobie and Daniel Byers ran in Heat 2 taking 3rd place in a time of 7:51.67 which gave them an overall 5th place from the 19 teams competing.

Well done to you all.