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




Renfrewshire Leisure Awards

Congratulations to Craig Kennedy, one of our young coaches, who was awarded Young Volunteer of the Year at the recent Renfrewshire Leisure Awards.

Very well deserved!

Gillham strikes Gold in Inverness

Euan Gillham produced another fantastic performance to take the Gold in the Baxters River Ness 10k.

Racing along the banks of the River Ness Euan came home in first place in 30:22, ahead of Kenny Wilson, Moray Road Runners 30:33 in 2nd and 3rd place John Newsom, Inverness Harriers AAC 32:13

Running the marathon at the same event Steven Hill Position 130 Time 3:14:38 – well done on a great performance
Full marathon results here and 10k results here

Euan pictured below with Ladies winner Jenny Bannerman from Inverness


Picture with Thanks from Loch Ness Marathon FB page

George Cumming Relay Members Entry


40th Anniversary Event

6th October 2018, Houston
Race starts 14:30

Open Road Relay Race

Men’s teams of 4 x 2.7 miles, compete for the George Cummings Trophy
Women’s teams of 3 x 2.7 miles for the Trust Inn Trophy
Also incorporates Renfrewshire AAA Road Relay championships

Open to all Kilbarchan club members aged 15+

Please complete the form attached to indicate availability for this event.
Entry fee for each runner is £5 payable on the day


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