Glentress Trail 1/2 & Marathon Results, Sat 25 Feb 2017

If you thought conditions at Falkirk on Saturday where bad then it didn’t improve any as three of our athletes battled through the races at Glentress.

The route consisted of one loop for the half marathon and two full loops for the marathon. The weather deteriorated quite badly on the second lap making it a tough day out for our hardy competitors.

Robert & Lesley are both training towards the west Highland Way race this year, Robert returning after his first completion last year with Lesley making her debut at the race this year.

Half marathon
Gavin Highgate 2:08:17 58th

Robert Snodgrass 4:24:24 15th
Lesley McKerrall 6:43:33 166th

English Indoor Age Group Championships RESULTS, Sun 26 Feb 2017

Jemma Reekie returned to Sheffield at the weekend to compete at the English Age Group Championships.

Jemma was silver medalist in the U20 women’s 800m running 2:09.03, before going one bettwe in the afternoon defending her gold from 2016 to win the U20 women’s  1500m in 4:27.97.

Kerry MacAngus was also in the 1500m final finishing 6th in 4:46.67

Full Results

National Road Relays Entry Form, Sun 26 Mar 2017

Date: Sunday 26 March 2017
Venue: St Margaret’s Academy, Livingston

The final race of the club winter championships take place at the familiar Livingston venue for the national road relays. We are now taking names for the event towards the end of March with full details below.

All Kilbarchan athletes competing in this event must notify of entry on-line .

Closing date for entries: Friday 10th March 2017

COURSE MAP Continue reading National Road Relays Entry Form, Sun 26 Mar 2017

National XC Championships, Falkirk, Sat 25 Feb 2017

Bus times are as follows:
Bridge of Weir(Bulls Garage) 8.00,
Kilbarchan 8.05,
Beith Road Garage 8.10,
Elderslie 8.15,
Paisley Canal St. 8.30,
Tesco Garage 8.35

Race times are:
Under 13 Boys 11.00,
Under 13 Girls 11.16,
Under 15 Girls 11.32,
Under 15 Boys 11.53,
Under 17 and Under 20 Women 12.15,
Under 17 Men 12.50,
Senior Women 13.20,
Under 20 Men 14.20,
Senior Men 14.50

Athletes travelling direct to Falkirk should be at the course 1hr 15min before their race time.

The cost is £5 for all athletes.



Press Release, Tues 21 Feb 2017

Conor Thomson won the Kilbarchan Cross Country Championship over a muddy course at Linwood last Saturday and became one of the youngest club members to hold the prestigious Challenge Cup. Conor’s time was 32 minutes 55 seconds, with Ryan Waldron finishing 2nd and Grant Sandilands third.  Jennifer Rooney won a closely contested Women’s race, beating Elaine Eadie, winning time 36.52.

Rona Tytler won the under 17 girls title time 27.04 and  Alisha Sivell won the under 15 girls race in 16.55 ahead of Leona Murray 2nd and Libby Sutherland 3rd while David McNair won the under 15 boys event in 16.16 with Aedan Cairney 2nd.

The under 13 boys winner was Ross Hastie, 2nd Ciaran Parker, 3rd Gabriel  Cairney and the under 13 girl’s winner was Louise Hastie , 2nd Chloe Cameron and 3rd Aurelia Tiffoney. . There was a very close finish in the under 11s race, Oliver Patton beating Ryan Knights by inches with Ramsay McLeod 3rd and Gillian Finnigan won the under 11 girls event ahead of Freya Dougall 2nd and Iona Queen 3rd.

This coming Saturday, the National Cross Country Championships are at Falkirk’s Callendar Park.

Arthur Smith

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