George Cummings Relay, Kilbarchan Entries

If you are a Male/Female Kilbarchan AAC athlete interested in competing please fill out the form below to confirm entry.Athletes under 17 and above are eligible to compete in this one. 
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Date: Saturday 7th October 2017

Location: Houston

Declarations Close: 2:00pm

Race Starts: 2:30pm
Closing date: please confirm entry as early as possible to allow team selections to be organised.

Entry Fee: £5

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George Cummings Road Relays, Sat 7 Oct 2017

SATURDAY 7th October 2017 at Houston, RACE STARTS 2.30pm

Men’s teams of 4, compete for the George Cummings Trophy

Women’s teams of 3 for the Trust Inn Trophy

Declarations at Houston Church Hall, Main Street, Houston, by 2.00pm please.


Men’s Team of 4 x 2.7 ML (£20 per team)

Women Team of 3 x 2.7 ML (£15 per team)

(non AS members £2 extra)

Prizes to first six men’s teams and first three women’s teams

First Vets teams, men and women

Travel from Glasgow by M8 and then the Johnstone bypass (signposted Irvine. A737), off at Johnstone, turn right, through mini roundabouts, 600m straight through roundabout and follow road approx 2ml to large roundabout, turn left, 1st right, across roundabout down the Main Street in Houston, the church hall is about 50 metres on the left.

On the advice of the police there will be limited parking in Houston Village.  Please follow the parking signs to Gryffe High School, which is 400m from the venue.

Further information from John Rodger 07719 781776

Kilmacolm Running Festival Results, Sun 10 Sep 2017


In the Girls 3k race Laine Alemu (11:14) was 1st in the 14-16 category, closely followed by Libby Sutherland (11:47) & Eilidh Gibson (11:51).

Abbie Alemu (12:01) was 2nd Girl in the 12-13 category with Sarah Forbes (12:23) 3rd.

Over in the 10k Caroline Cochran was 3rd female in a time of 44:07.

The Summer Championships concluded with the Kilmacolm Half Marathon & Stirling 10k, Ryan Waldron was 17th in the Half in 1:27:05 to take maximum points. Martin Dougall was next in 35th running 1:37:12, Norman Groves finished 50th in 1:41:07 & Andrew Cochran 55th in 1:42:51.

Stirling 10k Results, Sun 10 Sep 2017

Kilbarchan had representation all over Scotland at the weekend with lot’s of races taking place.

At Stirling the national 10k championships where being hold over the notoriously fast course, only the weather can play it’s part to slow you down.

Robert McCulloch was 1st home in 36:35, closely followed by Stuart Kerr (113th) in 36:48, Donald Petrie (134th) in 37:37 and then Brian Graham (562nd) in 52:13.
In the female race Elspeth Curran ran 36:48 to take 8th.


Jemma tops European U20 rankings with PB at Trafford GP

Jemma Reekie followed up her senior 800m Scottish title with a blistering run over 800m in Manchester last night at the Trafford AC Grand Prix.

Jemma was the only female in a classy mixed field and finished 7th overall in a time of 2:04.25 to sit top of the European U20 rankings and over 1 second off her previous PB.

We also hear a hint of one more track race this season, so maybe another brilliant performance report on it’s way again soon.

Full Results

Photo above by Bobby Gavin

Press Release, Tues 29 Aug 2017

The Scottish Track and Field Championships were concluded at Scotstoun at the weekend with a number of successes for Kilbarchan Athletic Club athletes.

Gold medals were won by Jemma Reekie for the Womens 800metres (2.08.39); Krishawn Kirwan the 200metres (21.65s); and Cameron Wright under 17s 1500m steeplechase (4.27.47).

There were also fine performances by Ross Paterson, representing Red Star and winning the ambulatory 100m (12.31s) and 200m (25.11s).

Other medallists included Andrew Costello who won Silver for the Mens Hammer (53.78m) and there were Bronze medals for Kerry MacAngus, Womens 1500metres (4.31.85); Cameron Stark under 17s Hammer (42.22m) and Cameron Wright under 17s 1500m (4.04.66).

Also at the weekend, after her success in the Scottish under 15 Championships the previous week, Kirsty Costello travelled to Bedford to compete in the English under 15 Championships.
Kirsty was in superb form again, competing in the Javelin and Hammer. Her first Javelin throw of the day, measured at 43.70metres, not only won her the Gold medal but was also a Scottish Under 15 girls record.
Later in the day, it was Gold again for Kirsty, this time in the Hammer with her best Throw, measured 57.11m.

Arthur Smith

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