Match 1 – Sunday 15th December 2013
Match 2 – Sunday 5th January 2014
Match 3 – Sunday 23rd February 2014
Finals & Relays – Sunday 16th March 2014
All events take place at the Emirates Arena.
Please could coaches also be asked to pass details of Athletes interested in competing at these League meetings onto the following team managers as soon as possible.
Morag Cunningham – responsible for the boys teams
Janice Ross and Susan Devine – responsible for the girls teams
Glasgow University Road Race will once again be hosted by the Hares and Hounds at Garscube Sports Complex on Saturday November 30th 2013.
The course covers 5 miles of road and a short section of trail around Garscube Sports Complex and has attracted hundreds of runners in previous years. The event will include prizes, awarded by Sweatshop for top finishers. Food and drink is also available at the venue.
Start Time: 2pm
Alternatively, postal entries can be sent to:
Glasgow University Hares and Hounds
77 Oakfield Avenue,
Postal entry forms including course maps and race information.
Alternatively, you can enter on the day at Garscube.
Entries are £6 if you have a Scottish Athletics number or £8 if you are not
Any enquiries about the race to Club Secretary Mark Sutherland.
Emirates Arena, Glasgow
Saturday 25 January 2014
Presale until 11:30pm on 6th November including a 10% discount.
Congratulations to Noanie Heffron who finished 5th female in 4hrs 44mins on Saturday 2nd November 2013.
Open at 9.30am in the Sports Hall of Bellahouston Leisure Centre, 31 Bellahouston Drive.
There is very limited changing in the sport centre, come ready to run. Before going through the main entrance please remove muddy shoes.
Results are by chip timing. If an athlete doesn’t have a chip on their shoe they won’t be in the results.
NO CHIP. NO RESULT.
There is a separate envelope for each athlete containing Timing chip, tie cords,
instructions on how to attach chip to laces and athlete’s number.
Team Managers should collect only the envelopes for athletes who are competing.
This differs from the National in February when individual envelopes were all given out in a large team envelope. No team envelope this time.
Individual presentations will take place immediately after each race.
Team presentations will take place on the course as they are available.
In all 6 races teams are 3 to score with the exception of the Senior/Junior Men which is 4 to score.
I hope everyone is enjoying the new website and has had a chance to read through some of the coaching information that has been added to the site over the last few weeks. Work is ongoing to add more to this part of the site, if anyone has anything they would like to see added let us know.
Please send any race results info to either myself (email@example.com) or John Kynaston (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will get them added asap.
A trial is ongoing for senior & U20 athletes to enter upcoming races through the website. At the moment entry forms are available on the pages for the Renfrewshire AAA XC Championship on Sunday 17th November and the West District XC Championships on Saturday 7th December. We hope this will improve the communication of entries and give team managers & coaches a better indication on what events athletes want to participate in.
Fixtures are continually refreshed and updated with the results being added after the event has taken place. If there are any fixtures you think should be added to the list then send them through to the webteam (stevenh & johnk).
The full list of indoor national events have now been added to the list.
Arthur Smith’s press releases will be added to this section when they are released, keep an eye on this section for the updates, we will also post on the main page when a new one is available.
The Kit section has been updated with the available kit, Donna Matthews can also add a fluorescent Kilbarchan AAC writing to the back of training tops and jackets you currently use to make you more visible in the dark. This is available at £4 per item with pictures to follow of how this looks.
There will be more articles in the near future on how coaches and athletes are developing here at Kilbarchan AAC and we will report on the visit of Darren Ritchie later this month.
If there is anything else you would like to see on the website leave a comment below or email email@example.com.
Numbers short in attendance on Saturday afternoon at the Alan Scally Road Relays.
Andrew Dearie and Callum Hawkins formed a two man team to field an incomplete side in the race.
The route was over 4.8 miles with four runners needed to form a full team.
Andrew ran Leg 1 and came home in 25:16 with Callum running the 2nd leg in 23:01.
Callum’s time was the fastest on the day by 51 seconds and a new Course Record!
The previous record holder was his brother Derek Hawkins.
Well done to both on great efforts.
Full results are available in the fixtures section.