Kilbarchan Athletic Club boys were on top form in the Scottish Short Course Cross Country Championships at Kirkcaldy last weekend, winning both of the Boys team titles.
In the under 15 boys race. Jack Patton was first home for Kilbarchan, finishing 5thtime 6 minutes 24 seconds, well supported by Lewis Barclay 11th and Lewis Hannigan 13th and in the under 17 boys race, the team was led home by Andrew MacAngus 4thin 9.23 followed by Craig Kennedy 16th and David McNair 23rd.
In the Mens 4K race, Euan Gillham was first Kilbarchan runner, 7th time 12.18 and also notably, Donald Petrie won the over 60s age category, time 15.54.
Elspeth Curran was well placed in the Womens 4K race, finishing 18th in 14.37and Alisha was 7th in the under 15 girls race.
Photo – Scottish Athletics Lindsays Short Course XC Champs 2017 (C)Bobby Gavin
In some exciting news there are plans in progress for the introduction of a new junior parkrun at Barshaw Park, Paisley.
Finance and permission to use the park have all been granted but they are looking to increase the core team which would safeguard the setup and future running of the event.
If you would like to get involved then please send details in an email to email@example.com.
Due to adverse weather forecast tonight’s (16th October) training is cancelled.
There will be no Throws training on Tues 17th, Friday 20th and Tuesday 24th October.
Next Throws session Friday 27th October.
The team has been announced for the British & Irish Masters International Cross Country race to be held in Londonderry on Saturday 18 November.
Three Kilbarchan members have been selected to represent Scotland.
Robert Quinn and Robert McCulloch for the M50 team and Donald Petrie for the M60 team.
Best of luck to all three running next month.
Renfrewshire Sports Awards 2017. 🏆Congratulations to Arthur Smith on winning Dedication to Sport Award & Community Coach of the year. With John Rodger also picking up Event Volunteer of the year.
Fully deserved for both who have delivered a huge amount to the club for many years.
CHANGE OF LEGAL STRUCTURE & CONSTITUTION
Club Name: Kilbarchan Amateur Athletic Club
Special Resolution – Kilbarchan AAC [herein after referred to as the Club] to change its legal structure from an Unincorporated Charity to a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) and to adopt a new constitution appropriate for this structure.
As per the requirements of the constitution of the Club clause 10, ‘Alterations to the Constitution’, the club’s committee at their meeting on 11 September, 2017 agreed to put the above special resolution to the members at the Annual General Meeting at Johnstone Town Hall on 25 October, 2017 at 7.30pm. Continue reading Proposed New Constitution