LAAA XC 2016

News in from the LAAA XC at Drumpellier Park on Saturday 19 November:

  • Clare Hughes took gold in the Senior Women’s 5,000 metres
  • The Senior Women (Clare Hughes, Joanne Clark and Emma Morris) won silver in their team event
  • Joanne Clark won silver in the Women’s Masters
  • The Senior Men (Chris Macdonald, Allan Cameron, and Alan Tait) took silver in their team event.
  • Stuart Russell won bronze in the U13 Boys
  • Emma Hunter won bronze in the U20 Women
  • Allan Cameron won bronze in the Men’s Masters

The Results

U11 Girls
17 – A Lenzi 3:22

U13 Girls
24 – 394 Cavan Ryan 11:04

U13 Boys
3 – Stuart Russell 9:12

U17 Men
5 – Luke Poutney 17:16

Senior Women
1 – C Hughes 18:46
9 – Joanne Clark 20:11
12 – E Morris 20:38
18 – Emma Hunter 21:13
20 – Clare Barr 21:26
26 – Phyllis Hands 22:32
30 – T Lamont 23:20

Senior Men
5 – C MacDonald 34:13
7 – A Cameron 34:25
16 – A Tait 36:11
40 – R Pattinson 42:10
41 – J White 42:30


Cross Country Championship 2016-17 Start

The Cross Country season for senior endurance section is about to start soon.

The rules and the races remain the same as last season.  The dates will, of course, be different, You will be aware that Benny Hands is already in the process of taking names for the West District XC and Scottish National XC relays.  The club pays the entry for teams.  Athletes participating in the relays are awarded 5 bonus points.

There are four additional individual XC races in the championship with the best 3 points scores counting towards your total.  Individuals are responsible for making their own entries to the remaining events.  We will supply as much information as possible as it becomes available.

An additional 3 bonus points are awarded to athletes who take part in the Scottish National XC Championship.

The dates of all of the races are available on the new Cross Country Championship 2016-17 page.

More details regarding dates and entry requirements will follow as they emerge.

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