Results – November 2019

Renfrewshire Cross Country, Tower Hill, Gourock, Sat 23 Nov 2019
Congratulations to all who took part, results can be found on Power of Ten

Liverpool Cross Challenge XC, Sefton Park, Sat 23 Nov 2019
Congratulations to all who journeyed to Liverpool for the Cross Challenge

Pos Name Gun time Pos Name Gun time
U13 Boys U15 Girls
2 Oliver Patton 10:54 79 Evie Livingstone 12:51
U15 Boys U17 Women
111 Jack Kennedy 11:55 36 Louise Hastie 17:45
127 Ross Hastie 12:27 U20 Women
U17 Men 57 Laine Alemu 18:58
22 Lewis Hannigan 19:08 61 Libby Sutherland 19:08
35 Jack Patton 19:28 67 Eilidh Gibson 19:51
74 Lewis Barclay 20:14 Senior Women
138 Ross Kennedy 26:00 46 Kerry MacAngus 31:06
U20Men 78 Holly Thompson 33:26
17 Cameron Wright 22:05 89 Sharon Hastie 34:45
48 Andrew MacAngus 22:44
Senior Men
126 Conor Thomson 36:05

FPSG Scottishathletics Awards, Hilton Hotel Glasgow, Sat 23 Nov 2019
Many congratulations to our award winners who were:

Callum Hawkins – FPSG Athlete of the Year

FPSG Scottish Athletics Awards 2019 (C) Bobby Gavin Byline Must be Usedphoto by Bobby Gavin

 

Robert Hawkins was named FPSG Performance Coach of the Year for the third time

SAL-AWARDS-19-418068-707x469[1]photo by Bobby Gavin

Praise Olatoke U20 Athlete of the Year
Praise was unable to attend the Awards Dinner as he is currently in Canada, his award was accepted on his behalf by his mother.

Praise-Olatoke[1]

15 Nov 2019
Selections were announced for the British Cross Challenge and Euro Trials Liverpool, Saturday 23 November.

Three of our athletes have been selected to represent Scotland:

  • U23 Women: Kerry MacAngus
  • U23 Men: Connor Maclean
  • U20 Men: Cameron Wright

Many congratulations to these athletes and their families and coaches.

Short Course Cross Country Championships, Kirkcaldy, Sat 9 Nov 2019

  • Jack Patton in a time of 9:18 was crowned Lindsay’s Short Course champion at U17 level across the mud of Kirkcaldy
  • Jack had a fight on his hands for the U17 men’s title but just managed to hold off the challenges of Harry McGill of Greenock Glenpark and Harris Paterson of Giffnock North.

Renfrewshire Positive about Youth Awards 2019, 01 Nov 2019

The Positive About Youth Awards celebrates the work and achievements of young people in Renfrewshire.

This year our “Trackstar” Coaches were nominated and were runner’s up for the “Eilish Herron Sports Award  – the aim of the award is to celebrate the sports achievements of individuals or a young sports team, whether it be sports coaching or a major milestone in their sporting background or journey.  The award is to individuals or a young sports team, who give up their free time to help others through utilising teamwork or focusing at an individual level or group who always strides to do their best and achieve.”

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