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League Competition Roundup

May has been a busy month for competitions already with the first in a series of league meetings commencing as well as district championships taking place. Many club volunteers will be stretched as we help organise and  assist at these competitions but we will try and keep members updated with results. If you haven’t already joined us on Facebook please do as updates on results are shared more easily there.

YDL (Division 2) Meeting 1 – 1st May 2022

Results – PDF

Results – Power of 10

Ayr Seaforth have joined forces with North Ayrshire AC to create “Team Ayrshire” as we look to advance to Division 1 at the end of this season. Our athletes put together some great performances to push Team Ayrshire to the top of Division 2 after the first league meeting with a total of 590 points. This was almost 100 points ahead of the second place team.

Thank you to all of the athletes who competed and everyone who volunteered and helped to organise.

Meeting 2 will be held at Kilmarnock on Sunday 22nd May.

CSSAL (Division 2) Meeting 1 – 8th May 2022

Results – Excel

One week after YDL we had the first meeting of the Central and South of Scotland League at Crownpoint in Glasgow. Ayr Seaforth are currently in Division 2 of this league and again are hoping to top the table and progress to Division 1. For the first time, in what feels like a very long time, most of our athletes travelled together to the event by coach which helped create a fun team environment, especially for the youngsters. 

There was a great range of brilliant performances from athletes in all age groups and, as you would expect at this type of event, many athletes stepped out of their comfort zone and covered events they don’t normally train for. It was especially great to see our U11 athletes in action, some of whom were competing properly for the first time!

Isla Milligan was one of the stars of the day taking 1st place in all 3 of her events (80m, 600m and Long Jump) as well as steering our mixed U11 4×100 relay team to 1st place. 

Our middle distance boys all gave strong performances on the day. Louis Gibson (2:35) took 1st place in the U13 Boys 800m and was closely followed by Matthew Copland (2:40) who came home in 3rd. Conor Scobie (2:11) was 2nd in the U17 Men 800m A race whilst Ethan Polson (2:15) was 1st in the B race with the 3rd fastest time overall after Conor. It was a similar story in the Masters Men 800m as Kenny Neill (2:18) was 2nd in the A race as Brian Robinson (2:19) won the B race.

After the first meeting, Ayr Seaforth stand in 2nd place only a few points behind leaders Shettleston Harriers but well ahead the rest of the competition. Thank you to everyone who made the day such a great success, particularly Simon and Ruth, our main organisers for this league.

  Club Points
1 Shettleston Harriers 905
2 Ayr Seaforth 831
3 East Kilbride AC 598
4 Livingston & District AC 585
5 Whitemoss AC 526
6 Helensburgh AC 374
7 Corstorphine AC 339
8 Motherwell AC 318

The next CSSAL meeting will be held on Sunday 5th June at Linwood. Once again, we will be putting on a coach to transport athletes.


Club Championships 2021

Photo credit: @FR_Scotland (Frame Running Scotland on Twitter)

Thank you to everyone who participated in Sunday’s Club Championships, especially all of the volunteers who offered their services to support our athletes. A special shout out to Ian Hutton who once again, undertook the unenviable task of rounding up and organising volunteer help.

It was a pleasure to see our athletes come together for some competitive fun! Well done to all the athletes who scored highly and came out on top.  A summary of winners and runners up plus full results tables can be viewed below.

Winners and Runners Up


Full Results Tables

Scottish Athletics Masters 5000m Track Championships

Ayr Seaforth’s Brian Robinson proved to be a master of the track at Kilmarnock on Saturday.

Winning his third National gold medal, he came first in the Scottish Athletics National Masters 5000m track championships over 45 age group. In the sweltering heat Brian ran the race in an amazing time of 16.40.

Congratulations Brian from all at Ayr Seaforth.

Full results available here:

Ayr Seaforth Club Championships 2019

This years Club championships took place recently and after an excellent day of competition the recipients of this years Club Championships winners & runners up trophies was decided.

The winners and runners up were as follows:-

U9 Boys

Winner – Louis Gibson

U11 Boys

Winner – David Ness                                      Runner Up – Ricco Begnor

U13 Boys

Winner – Alfie Murphy                                  Runner Up – Daniel Byers

U15 Boys

Winner – Jack McKinnon                              Runner Up – Jacob McLellan

U17 Men

Winner – Sammy Jones                                  Runner Up – Toby Nixon

U20/Senior Men

Winner – Callum Meldrum                           Runner Up – Jordan Tennent

U9 Girls

Winner – Ebony Taylor                                  Runner Up – Emily Muir

U11 Girls

Winner – Lemoni Allan-McGlaughlin        Runner Up – Laurie McAlpine

U13 Girls

Winner – Grace Dunlop                                 Runner Up – Millie Baker

U15 Girls

Winner – Abbie Rankine                               Runner Up – Catriona McLean

U17 Women

Winner – Sophie Slider                                  Runner Up – Morven Hubbard

U20/Senior Women

Winner – Ruth Kirk

Full results can be found here



National Indoor Age Group Championships 2019 – The Emirates, Glasgow

This years Indoor National Age Group Championships have been taking place over the last two weekends and Ayr Seaforth have been well represented throughout the age groups. A total of five medals were won by Seaforth athletes with U13 athlete Grace Dunlop excelling and taking home 2 medals. In the U13 age group Iona Hubbard took Gold in the 1500m and Grace Dunlop won Silver in 200m & Bronze in 60m. Senior woman Carolyn Harvey continued her National success taking Gold in the Triple Jump but it was an U15 athlete who shone brightest with Libby White taking part in her first ever Triple Jump. What makes Libby’s performance all the more incredible is that this was her first ever Triple Jump competition in which she fouled with her first attempt and then broke the Scottish Indoor Record for her age group with her first ever counting jump! Congratulations go to all medal winners from everyone at Ayr Seaforth.


U13 Girls National Indoor Championships 2019

Name Event Result
Grace Dunlop 60m(H3)qualified
1st (8.51s)
1st (8.38s)
3rd (8.38s)
1st (27.64s)
1st (27.61s)
2nd (27.64s)

Emma Ablett 60m(H2)
5th= (9.32s)
5th (31.64s)
Hannah Slider 60m(H5)
Long Jump
8th (9.86s)
26th (3.31m)
Reese Devine 60m(H6)
6th (9.33s)
5th (32.47s)
Sophie McCallum 200m(H2)qualified
3rd (29.76s)
5th (30.80s)
1st (2:35.55)
Anna Kirk 800m(H4) 7th (2:32.37)
Iona Hubbard 1500m 1st (5:13.78)

U13 Boys National Indoor Championships 2019

Name Event Result
Alfie Murphy 60m(H1)qualified
2nd (8.80s)
4th (8.76s)
8th (8.92s)
2nd (29.49s)
5th (29.74s)
Findlay Muir 60m(H2)
7th (9.61s)
5th (31.85s)

U15 Girls National Indoor Championships 2019

Name Event Result
Jenna Beswick 60mH(H1)qualified
4th (10.23s)
6th (10.12s)
6th (8.82s)
Abbie Rankine 60mH(H3) 6th (11.68s)
Kendal Tribe 60m(H1)
6th (9.25s)
6th (48.74s)
Eve Beswick 300m(H1) 5th (48.52s)
Emma McMillan 800m(H3)
High Jump
5th (2:33.90)
13th (1.38m)
Sophie McColm 800m(H4) 4th (2:38.27)
Erin Ramsay 200m(H5)qualified
1st (27.06s)
1st (27.24s)
5th (26.75s)
Catriona McLean 200m(H9)qualified
High Jump
2nd (29.13s)
5th (29.64s)
12th (1.43m)
Libby White Long Jump
Triple Jump
6th (4.87m)
1st (11.07m)

U15 Boys National Indoor Championships 2019

Name Event Result
Connor Scobie 800m(H2) 6th (2:35.26)

U17 Women National Indoor Championships 2019

Name Event Result
Gemma Bruce 300m(H1)qualified
3rd (42.80s)
6th (43.85s)
Sophie Slider 300m(H2)qualified
2nd (42.59s)
4th (43.38s)

U20 Women National Indoor Championships 2019

Name Event Result
Kirsten McClymont 200m(H4) 3rd (27.90s)

Senior Women National Indoor Championships 2019

Name Event Result
Aimee McGinley 60m(H1) 7th (8.24s)
Kirsten McClymont 200m(H4) 6th (27.87s)
Carolyn Harvey Triple Jump 1st (12.08m)

Senior Men National Indoor Championships 2019

name Event Result
Fraser McKenzie 60m(H2)
Long Jump
6th (8.70s)
5th (29.12s)
13th (4.92m)

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