Sunday, October 21, 2018

National Cross Relays

Lindsays Scottish Athletics National Cross Country Relay Championships took place at Cumbernauld House on Saturday 22nd October 2016.

 

Well done to all athletes who competed and performances of note are listed below.

 

Junior Women

2nd place in a time of 29:01 went to the team consisting of Valencia Wright (U13G) 09:44 (2);  Isla Britton (U15G) 10:12 (4);  Lily Jane Evans-Haggerty (U15G) 09:05 (2)

 

U20/Senior Women

3rd place in a time of 56:44 went to the team consisting of Mhairi Hendry (F Sen) 13:59 (5);  Philippa Millage (F Sen) 14:48 (3);  Josephine Moultrie (F Sen) 13:38 (3);  Anna Tait (U20W) 14:19 (2)

 

 

Linda Innes

Dunbartonshire XC Relays

The Dunbartonshire AAA Cross Country Relays were held on Saturday 16th October 2016.

 

Well done to all athletes who competed and performances of note are listed below.

 

Team Results

 

U11 Boys

1st place went to the team consisting of Saul McGlennan (2nd Boy - 06:15), Christian McKay (4th Boy – 06:30) and Ben Thomson (6th Boy – 06:37).

U11 Girls

1st place went to the “A” team consisting of Sophie Sinclair (1st Girl – 06:50), Jenna Hilditch (2nd Girl – 07:17) and Rebecca Barnett (3rd Girl – 07:23).

Young Males

2nd place in a time of 22:42 went to the “B” team consisting of Devan Miller (07:50), Blayne Wright (07:54) and Robbie Smith (06:58).

3rd place in a time of 22:50 went to the team consisting of Russell Barnett (07:52), Calum Byrne (07:38) and Lewis Priest (07:20).

Young Females

2nd place in a time of 25:42 went to the “A” team consisting of Valencia Wright (08:22), Holly Kirkwood (09:17) and Adrienne Murray (08:03).

3rd place in a time of 28:18 went to the “B” team consisting of Niamh Finnieston (09:26), Kirsty McNair (09:25) and Beth Gibbons (09:27).

U20/Senior Males

2nd place in a time of 56:42 went to the “A” team consisting of Chris Boyle (14.42), Steven Bryce (14.20), Ciaran Kelly (14.52) and Martin Hayes (12.48).

 

Individual Fastest Laps

 

U13 Boys – Devan Miller in a time of 07:50

U13 Girls – Valencia Wright in a time of 08:22

U17 Girls – Adrienne Murray in a time of 08.03

U20 Men – Steven Bryce in a time of 14.20

Senior Men – Martin Hayes in a time of 12.48

 

Linda Innes

West District Cross Country Relays

The West District Cross Country Championships were held at Birkmyre Park, Kilmalcolm on Saturday 8th October 2016 and VP-Glasgow were well represented by athletes from the club.  Very well done to all who competed.  Performances of note are listed below.

 

Teams

Our Senior Female team consisting of Mhairi Hendry, Julie Dobbin and Anna Tait were 3rd in a time of 44:21.

Our Junior Female team consisting of Valencia Wright, Jojo Littlefield and Adrienne Murray were a creditable 4th in a time of 29:23.

 

Individual Splits

Fraser Gilmour was 3rd MU13 in a time of 9:18.

Valencia Wright was 3rd GU13 in a time of 9:45.

Anna Tait was 2nd FU20 in a time of 14:27.

Mhairi Hendry was 2nd Senior Female in a time of 14:19.

Suzanne Gilmour was 2nd F40 in a time of 15:55.

Claire Thompson was 3rd F40 in a time of 15:36.

 

Linda Innes

National Cross Country Champs

The National Cross Country Championships were held in Callendar Park, Falkirk on Saturday 27th February 2016.  Many thanks to Ralph Connolly for supplying the following summary of the day.

It was an excellent day for the club with Gold medals for Beth Potter (1st Senior Woman in a time of 29.45) and Lilly Evans-Haggerty (1st U13G in a time of 12.45).  There were also team Bronze medals for the U17 Men and U13 Girls.

 In stark contrast to last year, the spring-like weather meant pleasant conditions for spectators and a largely mud free course.

 Lily Evans-Haggerty (12.45) ran from the front successfully holding off the challenge of two Giffnock North athletes.  Lily was backed up by Jojo Littlefield (14.17), Jenna Little (14.44) and Rhian Callan (14.50) securing their U13G place on the podium with a team Bronze.

 Beth Potter also ran from the front and in a really impressive performance finished almost a minute ahead of her nearest challenger in a time of 29.45.

 Max Milarvie (23.48 - 5th) ran an excellent race leading our U17M team to a Bronze medal backed up by his brother Charlie Milarvie (24.57), Guy Evans-Haggerty (25.27) and John Law (25.30).

 Gillian Black (U20W), just missed out on a podium finish with 4th place (18.50) and there were plenty of other impressive runs from athletes who made sure the club were well represented at what is the biggest athletics championship in the country.

Follow this link for more pictures of the event from Ralph Connolly.