Scottish National Cross Country Championships
Saturday 23 February, 2019
The National Cross Country Championships take place at Calendar Park, Falkirk on Saturday, 23 February, 2019 .
The club has laid on a bus for athletes, supporters and parents.
Bus times are as follows:
Bridge of Weir (Bulls garage) 8.00am,
Kilbarchan library 8.05am,
Beith Road Garage 8.10am,
Canal Street (bus stop opp Grill in the park)
Tesco Garage Renfrew Road 8.35.
Races start at 11.00.
The cost is £5 for all travellers
Any queries to
01505610701 07719781776 firstname.lastname@example.org
GLASGOW-BOUND – JEMMA REEKIE
A Superb finish from Jemma Reekie made sure of a 1500m gold at the British Championships and clinched her slot for Glasgow 2019 with automatic selection.
Jemma clocked 4.17.08 in a tough race to get the title and a place at Emirates Arena in March.
Teenager Kerry MacAngus took fourth in the same final with a PB of 4.20.25.
Congratulations to both athletes
Our Plans to build a state-of-the-art athletics facility at the track at On-X Linwood have taken a step forward after councillors backed a Community Asset Transfer to the club
Read the full story Here.
We are of course still putting together the finances to make this dream a reality.. So if you win the lottery remember the club 💷
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bus details will be available this week
Kilbarchan AAC members are invited to enter The National Cross Country Championships – Saturday 23rd February 2019.
The races will be held at Callender Park,Falkirk
A bus will be laid on for this event as parking is very limited – times to be confirmed
This is a pre entry event and Entries Close Sunday 6th February 2019
Entry Fee £6 Juniors, £7.50 U20/Seniors
Further details can be found on Scottish Athletics site HERE
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Changing, declarations and Presentations at the Royal West of Scotland Boat Club, Greenock (Gourock end of Esplanade), from 11am. The organising club, Inverclyde AC, will post race maps in the changing and declaration areas and at the start area in the Battery Park.
Aged 8 junior race 1km 11:30
Boys U11 1mile 12 noon
Girls U11 1mile 12.15
U13 Boys and Girls 2 miles 12.30
U15 Boys and Girls 2 miles 13.00
U17 Men and Women 3 miles 13.30
Sen Men and Senior Women (incl U20s) 5 miles 14.00
Age groups depending on the age you were on 1st Sept 2018
Note that the races for the younger age groups will be within the confines of Battery Park.
This is an ideal event – suitable for beginners. There are only 6 clubs involved in the Renfrewshire Championships – Kilbarchan, Inverclyde, Greenock Glenpark, Bellahouston Road Runners, Bellahouston Harriers and Giffnock North.
There will be medals for 1st, 2nd and 3rd in each age group – girls and boys and also team medals to compete for. Team medals are awarded depending on the finishing positions on the first 3 finishers in each club. The positions are added up, converted to points and the team with the least points wins.
Presentations for Junior athletes will be held in the boat club at 14:00 where refreshments will also be available.
Senior presentations and Renfrewshire AAA AGM will follow the senior races.
Well done to all those who ran this year’s Donald Crawford Hogmanay Race.
A 10.6 mile run on the back roads from Kilbarchan through Bridge or Weir and back to Kilbarchan Park
Great way to end the year.
Excellent fun and well done to everyone who took part in the clubs very first Junior Santa 🎅Dash. Hope you all enjoyed it!😀
Some rather impressive costumes and hats!
Congratulations to everyone.
Times positions and some pictures below.📸 (Thanks Tom!)
Hope you all have a fantastic New Year and see you all for the new training blocks In January 🔶⚫️🔶⚫️