Scottish Athletics Indoor League (SAIL)

The club have entered teams from U11 – U20 in the SA Indoor league Competitions. These are held at the Emirates arena.

The Dates for the league matches are

  • 1st December 2018
  • 5th January 2019
  • 27th January 2019

All matches start at 14:00

Events competed
U11 60m, 600m, Standing Long Jump
U13 – 60m, 60mH, 200m, 800m, Long Jump, High Jump, Shot Putt
U15-U20 – 60m, 60mH, 200m, 400m (300m U15/17g), 800m, LJ, HJ, Shot Putt

Any queries please contact Kilbarchanaac@outlook.com

Virgin London Marathon

We have been allocated two places for The 2019 Virgin Money London Marathon Club entry system.

One of our road runners, Ian Fraser has applied and been successful in securing a place meaning we have one further place on offer.

If any club member would like to be considered for this place – please email Elaine Green at kilbarchanaacsecretary@outlook.com, by 30th November 18 if there is more than one athlete interested, a ballot will be held.

Renfrewshire Cross Country Championships

Renfrewshire Cross Country Championships – Sunday November 25th 2018.

Kilbarchan AAC members entry

Kilbarchan AAC is the host club for this event so we are looking for good representation across all age groups.

The race will be held at Shanks Park, 64 Quarrelton Road, Johnstone, PA5 8NH

This is a pre entry event and Entries Close – Friday 16th November 2018

To enter please sign up using the class4kids link

https://kilbarchan-aac.class4kids.co.uk/camps

** please note we are trialing using the Class4kids camp system as a way of collating entries and taking payment for races. When using for the first time you will need to register and log all your details. You only need to do this once, next time you log in all the data will be saved and you can add on to upcoming events to sign up. **

Further event details

Changing, Declarations and Presentations at McMasters Sports Centre.

Athletes to meet at 10.30am. Maps of the course will be available there.

This is an individual cross country event and athletes will run in a race with their own age group, running the distances below. The event is suitable for beginners and we would encourage entry from all our junior members

Race start times – Juniors please arrive no later than 10:30 to get numbers and warmed up

Boys u11 1mile 12.00

Girls u11 1mile 12.15

Boys u13 2 miles 12.30

Girls u13 2 miles 12.30

Boys u15 2 miles 13.00

Girls u15 2 miles 13.00

Men u17 3 miles 13.30

Women u17 3 miles 13.30

Sen Men (incl u20s) 6 miles 14.00

Senior Women(incl u20’s) 4 miles 14.00

There will be medals for 1st, 2nd and 3rd in each youth age group and team medals for club positions

(Note .. Age categories – age at 1st September 2018 .. min age 9 on the day for U11s).

Presentations for young athletes at approx 2.15pm, Seniors at approx 3.15pm.

Scottish Club Champions award

The club were this week presented with the Inter Club Championship award for U20 throws

This was awarded for the efforts of our hard working throws group.

U20 athletes involved include

Andrew Costello Hammer, discus and shot

Cameron Stark Hammer

Heather Fawcett Hammer and discus

Ellie Fulton Javelin

Congratulations to the athletes and coaches Jim Green and Karen Costello.

See letter below with further details of how the award system works

2018 has been another year of outstanding success for Scotland’s athletes on the international stage from the Commonwealth Games in the Gold Coast to the European Championships in Berlin and beyond. The sport domestically continues to grow and go from strength to strength.

We have made a few adjustments to the Inter Club Championships this year with the introduction of the Event Specific Series. Clubs have been split by membership size into three categories – Category A for the largest clubs, down to C for the smaller clubs. The championship has also been extended to include various event specific events and Open Graded Meetings in addition to all scottishathletics championships including for the first time Combined Events.

An athletes best 3 scores, calculated from the SATS performance tables have been included in the club totals. This has resulted in 2046 athletes from 97 affiliated clubs recording 7101 performances. A true reflection that every performance counts.

The years role of honour is listed below:

2018 Roll of Honour

U20 Endurance Lasswade AAC

U20 Throws Kilbarchan AAC

U17 Overall Edinburgh AC

U17 Sprints Shetland AAC

U17 Jumps Edinburgh AC

U17 Endurance Giffnock North AC

U17 Throws Inverness Harriers AAC

U15 Overall Giffnock North AC

U15 Sprints Shetland AAC

U15 Jumps Shetland AAC

U15 Endurance Giffnock North AC

U15 Throws Shetland AAC

U13 Overall Shetland AAC

Overall Club Category A Edinburgh AC

Overall Club Category B Inverness Harriers

Overall Club Category C Shetland AAC

Performance Club Category A Edinburgh AC

Performance Club Category B Inverness Harriers Performance Club Category C Shetland AAC

Senior Overall Aberdeen AAC

Senior Sprints Aberdeen AAC

Senior Jumps VP-Glasgow AC

Senior Endurance Aberdeen AAC

Senior Throws VP Glasgow AC

U20 Overall Aberdeen AAC

U20 Sprints Aberdeen AAC

U20 Jumps Edinburgh AC

Clubs who topped the table in each of these categories receive a dedicated logo for use on their

website.

A huge thank you must go to Arnold Black who has provided the SATS scoring tables.

Best Regards

Moira Maguire

Convenor – scottishathletics Track & Field Commission

National Cross Country Relays 2018

For the 3rd week in a row the endurance athletes from the club were out in large numbers. This time in the winter sun of Cumbernauld for the National XC relays.

First off were the young females followed by the young males. Both these races are run over 3 legs with an U13 in leg 1, followed by U15 and U17 in legs 2 and 3.

The girls A team of Sarah Lyle, Louise Hastie and Alisha Sivell coming in strongly in 5th. The boys team of Matthew New, Lewis Anderson and Jack Patton coming in strongly with Jack posting one of the fastest junior times of the day.

The other teams had individually strong performances within their own age groups.

Next up were the Senior ladies with high hopes of a medal. Chloe Simpson running leg 1 followed by strong runs by Kerry MacAngus and Christia Rankin brought the team to fourth position with one leg to run. Elspeth Curran ran an outstanding leg, posting one of the fastest ladies times of the day to bring the team into the bronze position!

Our Masters ladies team of Sharon Hastie, Joanne McDowall and Sandra Houldsworth ran well and look to have come in 5th position in the masters competition.

Last to run were the senior men. With a bronze in the recent West districts they were keen to improve. Youngest in the team Cameron Wright gave the team and excellent start with a fine run to hand over to Callum Matthews in fourth position with strong runs for both Connor Maclean, at his first Nationals in a Kilbarchan vest and Euan Gillham the team finished in silver behind a very experienced Central team.

Results have been posted on Scottish Athletics website however we are aware there are some issues and are awaiting confirmation of final postitions

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Renfrewshire Relays Provisional Results

 

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The club were out in force today at Pollock Park taking in the Renfrewshire XC Relays.

Some excellent performances, including some great debuts from our very youngest club members.

See below provisional results (please bear in mind any last minute team/name changes will not be updated until the final results are issued)

RAAAAXCR2018Res- PROVISIONAL

Some highlights of the day included

U11 Boys – Bronze – Nathan Connor, Finaly Gillespie, Kirk Gray, Lucas Lever
U11 Boys 4th – Nathan Fitzpatrick, Ian McPherson, Rhys Knights
U11 Girls 4th – Cara McMinn, Anna McMinn, Amelie Robert-Rocher
U13 Boys –Silver Ryan Knights, Oliver Patton, Matthew New
U13 Boys 4th Luke Lindsay, Cameron Dawson, Ryan McCusker
U13 Girls Bronze Isla Marshall Amy Teasdale, Ellie Nayar
U15 Girls GOLD Sarah Forbes, Louise Hastie, Rachel Muir
U17 Women GOLD Laine Alemu, Eilidh Gibson, Alisha Sivell
U17 Men Silver Lewis Barclay, Hunter Daws, Cameron McKenzie
Senior Ladies GOLD Holly Thompson, Chloe Simpson, Sharon Hastie
Senior Men Silver Bobby Quinn, Stuart Kerr, Graham Evans, Conor Thomson

 

George Cumming Relays 2018 Results

See below results from the George Cumming Relays – a great day and start to the winter season with wins for Kilbarchan AAC fielding strong teams. Each athlete runs a leg of 2.7 miles with 4 men and 3 ladies in a team.

The Ladies team of Elspeth Curran, Christina Rankin and Kerry MacAngus took Gold in 44:44 well clear of Shettleston Harriers in 47:42 and Giffnock North in 49:38. The Mens team of Euan Gillham, Cameron Wright, Connor MacLean and Derek Hawkins also taking Gold ahead of strong Shettleston and Cambusland Harriers teams.

The fastest Male competitor of the day being Euan Gillham in 12:41, and for the ladies, Elspeth Curran,14:23 both Kilbarchan AAC athletes.

The event doubles up as the Renfrewshire County Relay Championship and with the men and Ladies also taking this title. The young U17 Ladies team of Alisha Sivell, Laine Alemu and Eilidh Gibson finished in 50:57 to claim  Bronze medals. The young mens team finshed 4th in the Renfrewshire competition in 55:56 Callum Matthews, Andrew MacAngus, Robbie Ferguson and Lewis Hannigan, who posted the fasted U17 time of the day.

The full results are listed below

Cummings 2018 Male Teams

Cummings 2018 Male Individual

Cummings 2018 Female Teams

Cummings 2018 Female Individual

KAAC Cummings Summary Prizewinners

 

 

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