West District XC Championships – Results

Congratulations to everyone who ran at Kilmarnock today.
Full Results now available.

Under 13 Girls

11th Rachel Curry
12th Kim Crawford
15th Eilidh Gibson

TEAM BRONZE

Under 13 Boys

4th Andrew MacAngus
7th Craig Kennedy
18th Cameron Corrigan

TEAM SILVER

Under 15 Girls

1st Laura Stark
6th Rona Tytler
7th Kerry MacAngus

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Photo by Stuart Tytler

TEAM SILVER

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Photo by Stuart Tytler

Under 17 Girls

3rd Gwen Gillham

Under 17 Men

2nd Euan Gillham
4th Euan Trout
5th Euan McKerral

TEAM GOLD

Senior Women

1st Elpseth Curran
4th Christina Rankin
17th Leanne Hamilton
25th Hannah Waugh

TEAM SILVER

Photo by Bobby Gavin
Photo by Bobby Gavin

Photos by Bobby Gavin

Photos by Kenny Phillips (Facebook)

West District XC Championships, Ayrshire Athletics Arena, Kilmarnock, Sat 7 Dec 2013

Bus Times on Saturday 7 December 2013

9.00 Bridge of Weir Bulls garage
9.10 Kilbarchan library
9.15 Beith Rd garage
9.20 Thorndene
9.30 Canal Sr bus stop

Cost £5, adults £8 incl race.
expect to be back in Paisley for around 4pm.

Those going direct please pay £3, adults £5 .. please be there at least 1 hour before your event.

Venue Ayrshire Athletics arena, Queens Drive, Kilmarnock, KA1 3XF
(coming down M77, take Dumfries turmoff, right round the roundabout, last turn off)

Race start times.

11.30     u13 girls
11.45     u13 boys
12.00     u15 girls
12.20     u15 boys
12.40     u17, u20 women
1.00      Sen women
1.30      u17, u20 men
2.00      Sen men

Start Lists
Competition Information
Additional Competition Information
Course Map
Course Details

Additional Information

In both male and female categories, there will be 1st, 2nd and 3rd place medals for individual Masters O40, plus 1st place medals for individual O50.

In addition there will be 1st place medals for Masters’ Teams (O40+) with 3 runners to count in both male and female categories (not 6 and 4 as in the Senior Teams).

Press Release – Mon 2 Dec 2013

Derek Hawkins continued his rehabilitation after his recent stress fracture, when last Saturday, he won the Glasgow University 5 mile Road Race, time 24 minutes 32 seconds.

The race is run from Garscube Estate and around the streets of North Glasgow and Derek finished 100metres ahead of Neil Renault from Edinburgh AC with Inverclyde ACs Andrew Douglas 3rd. The circuit is quite hilly and a good test for Derek in his preparation for next year’s Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, when he hopes to represent Scotland in the Marathon.

Derek’s Kilbarchan clubmate Scott MacAulay, was also well to the fore, finishing in 8th place in 26.51.

The youngest of the Hawkins family, Callum, had his selection confirmed for the UK under 23s team to compete in the European Cross Country Championships which take place in Belgrade at the weekend.

Also this weekend, on Saturday, The West District Cross Country Championships are being staged at Kilmarnock and a number of local athletes representing Kilbarchan Athletic Club, will be taking part.

Arthur Smith

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