Kilbarchan Athletic Club had a number of athletes competing in the Scottish Interdistricts Cross Country Championships staged in Edinburgh at the weekend.
Outstanding for the Kilbarchan club, was Jack Patton who won the under 15 boys race, his time 13.51 with clubmate Lewis Hannigan 6th in 14.15. Cameron Wright also had a fine run finishing 2nd in the under 17 boys district race and in the Senior womens race, Elspeth Curran continued her recent good form to finish 4th in 22.49 while in the Mens event, Euan Gillham was 10th.
More locally, the Kilbarchan club staged its annual Donald Crawford Trophy 11 mile handicap race, the winner Andy Cochran with Conor Thomson 2nd and Jennifer Rooney 3rd. Fastest scratch time for the hilly 11 mile circuit, was 62 minutes 49 seconds by Callum Matthews, who finished 8th overall. Next on scratch was Connor Thomson 68.01 with Jennifer Rooney fastest scratch lady at 77.59.
KAAC Donald Crawford Handicap Results (2017)
2017 winner is Andy Cochran for the race ran today 14th January postponed from Hogmanay.
Thanks to Jeni for typing the results up.
Race stewards were Paul & Jeni, Brian Graham, Robert Snodgrass. Handicapper and timekeeper was Jason Pender We also had spectators Graham Rooney and Caroline Cochran following the race.
Weather was cold and breezy.
Continue reading Donald Crawford Cup Results, Sunday 14 Jan 2018
Can all under 20 & senior athletes please confirm entry by filling in this form:
Closing date to confirm entry is: Sunday 28 January 2018
Renfrewshire 5 mile Road Race Championships
Sunday 4 February 2018
Battery Park, Greenock
Continue reading Renfrewshire RR Championships, U20/Sen Entries, Sun 4 Feb 2018
Date: Monday 18 December 2017
Location: Cochrane Castle Community Centre
Please arrive by 7pm
Race Starts: 7:30pm
KAAC Christmas Handicap Results 2017
Congratulations to Tony Carroll on winning the handicap this year. Thanks to all volunteers for making it happen.
The Route (2 laps): Continue reading Christmas Handicap,Results, Mon 18 Dec 2017
Euan Carrick completed his 5th marathon and 2nd marathon major this year with a fine 3:03:45 for 1,264th place.
A great time on a notoriously tricky course, congratulations to Euan on a fine performance.
Grant Sandilands and Norman Groves both ticked off another World Marathon Major in the US as they travelled to and completed the Chicago Marathon under hot and hum conditions. Both left the Windy City disappointed with their times having really struggled in the heat and humidity but are happy to have completed another world marathon major each which puts Norman on 4 (Boston, Chicago, New York and London) and Grant on 3 (Berlin, Chicago and London)
Normans finished in 4:11:22 and Grang 3:49:36. David Groves was 4:43:58.