LAAA Results – 1st Sept

We had a number of medalists at the recent LAAA.

Gold

  • 100m Snr Men Churchill Trophy – Joseph McCluskey 12.17.
  • 800m Snr Men Tom Timmons 1.59.3.
  • 800m U17 Men Dylan Drummond 2.05.54.
  • 800m U17 Women Joey Leach 2.24.51
  • Shot Put u17 Men Jay Steele 8.43m.

Silver

  • 100m u15 Boys Matthew Taylor 12.86.
  • 100m u13 Girls Hannah Dwyer 13.83
  • 1500 Snr Men Stephen Allen 4.26.28.
  • 1500m U17 Women Cara Baldwin 5.40.68.
  • u13 Girls Shot Put Ava Lenzi  8.10m.
  • u13 Girls Javelin Lucy Robertson 20.68m.
  • u17 Men 200m Gabriel McCluskey.

Bronze

  • 100m Snr Men Christopher Yau 12.68.
  • 100m u17 Women Sophie Dwyer 13.62.
  • 200m u13 Girls Emma Gilchrist 29.13.
  • 1500m Snr Men Jim White 4.27.94.

Other notable performances

U11’s

60m

  • Lauren McNair 9.49.
  • Amy Finnigan 10-09.
  • Lucia McKenna 10.11.
  • Max Burbidge 11.41.

600m

  • Lucia McKenna 2.18.88.

Long Jump

  • Lauren McNair 3.14m.

U13s

100m

  • Emma Kelly 14.08.
  • Orla Wheatley 14.19.
  • Lucy Robertson 14.94.
  • Carla Verrecchia 15.41.
  • Ross Duffin 14.45.

200m

  • Hannah Dwyer 29.56.
  • Orla Wheatley 31.63.
  • Ross Duffin 29.73.
  • Liam Ross 35.64.

800m

  • Emma Kelly 2.36.19.
  • Ava Lenzi 2.43.01.
  • Liam Ross 2.55.9

Long Jump

  • Emma Gilchrist 3.70m.
  • Orla Wheatley 3.62m.
  • Ross Duffin 3.82.
  • Liam Ross 3.69m.

Shot Put

  • Nathan Steele 4.42m

U15

  • Cavan Marie Ryan 100m – 14.17 and Long Jump – 3.86m.
  • Matthew Taylor 200m 27.17.

U17

  • 100m Gabriel McCluskey 12.74.
  • 800m – Jay Steele 2.15.61.

n.b. – u15 Girls 200m – with 20m to go and in a clear 3rd place, Katie Howley tripped and fell. She showed true grit and determination by getting up and finishing the race. Although placed last she was a real winner with the spectators who gave her warm applause. Fortunately, she wasn’t injured. She recovered well to compete a week later in the CSSAL league match running a super 200m.

 

Senior / Master slots to fill for track league meeting

There are several available team spots for this last league meeting of the season – this Sunday, 9th September at Grangemouth.

Masters Women – 3000m A string, 1500m B string.

Senior Women – 3000m A & B strings, 1500m B string.

Masters Men – B string 1500m.

Senior Men – B string 1500m.

If your a re interested please let Bob McCrum know by Saturday afternoon.

Bob will need your Date of birth and Scottish Athletics number.

Upcoming T&F Competitions

The Track and Field competition season is about to start and thus the following dates should be added to your diaries!

Youth Development League

  • See Youth Development League for more details
  • 22nd April, Grangemouth
  • 20th May, Grangemouth
  • 17th June, Scotstoun
  • Teams still to be finalised

CSSAL

  • 27th May, Kilmarnock
  • 1st July, Kilmarnock
  • 9th September, Grangemouth (Motherwell Convening)
  • NOTE: These events require the help of as many parents as possible, mainly for field events – get in touch with a coach if you can help.

LAAA Relay Championships

  • 28th April, Venue TBC

West District Championships

SAIL Meet – 6th Jan 2018

Congratulations to everyone who competed yesterday at SAIL Match 2. There were lots of PB’s and super performances.

Many thanks to Audrey, Adele, Richie and the parents for their hard work, great organizing skills and support.

The 3rd match takes place on Saturday 27th January – let’s “Just Do It” again.

LAAA T&F Championships, 2 September 2017

A huge well done to the 26 athletes who made the short journey to East Kilbride on Saturday, 2 September to take part in what was the last competitive athletic event of the summer season before our Club Champs. There were many truly impressive performances across the whole club with lots of new PBs and plenty of medals, however, we feel that Stephen Ross, one of our senior athletes, who won gold medals in both the 100m and 200m races,deserves a special mention.

Stephen not only PB’d and won the gold medal in the 200m but was also awarded the Churchill Trophy for being the first athlete over the line in his 100m race. This trophy is solid silver (named in honour of Churchill’s leadership during the war), was first presented in 1945 to the winner of senior men’s 100 yard dash (now 100m) and has inscribed on it the name of an Olympian who was part of the GB squad in the 1948 Olympics! Incredibly, this is the second time Stephen has won this award. Congratulations Stephen!!

Full results are as follows:

Seniors:
Stephen Ross: 100m – 11.41 gold medal and  awarded the Churchill Trophy; 200m – 22.58(PB) gold medal,
Joseph McCluskey: 100m -12.12 (PB) bronze medal;
Christopher Yau: 100m – 12.37; 200m – 25.08 (PB) bronze medal,
Emma Hunter: 800m – 2.32.17 gold medal,
Jim White: 1500m – 4.39.26 (PB) gold medal,
Mark Gallacher: 1500m – (SB) 4.49.91

U17s:
Michaela Dwyer: 100m – 13.47 (PB) bronze medal; 200m – 27.47 (PB) gold medal,
Gabriel McCluskey: 200m – 26.19 (PB) bronze medal; 400m – 59.29 (PB) silver medal,
Dylan Drummond: 800m – 2.11.94 (PB) bronze medal,
Christopher Pollock: 800m – 2.13.35 (PB)

U15s:
Sophie Dwyer: 100m – 13.31 (PB) gold medal; 200m – 27.78 (PB)
Jenna Booth: 100m – 14.50
Cavan Marie Ryan: 100m – 14.83 (PB); LJ – 4.00m (PB),
Joey Leach: 800m – 2.32.20 bronze medal,
Jay Steele: 800m – 2.19.40 (PB); SP – 8.58 (PB) gold medal,
Stuart Russell: 800m – 2.20.40 (PB),
Zaki Achat: 800m – 2.38.01 (PB)

U13s:
Lucy Robertson: Javelin – 16.51 (PB) silver medal,
Hannah Dwyer: 100m – 14.64 (PB) bronze medal; 200m – 30.40 (PB),
Emma Kelly: 100m – 15.01; 800m – 2.48.34 (PB),
Emma Gilchrist: 100m – 15.10; 200m – 31.62 (PB); LJ – 3.67 (=PB),
Ava Lenzi: 100m – 15.58; 200m – 31.95 (PB); 800m – 3.01.47,
Katie Howley: 100m – 15.58 (PB); SP – 5.20,
Emma Campbell: 100m – 17.31 (PB); 200m – 36.88 (PB)

U11s:
Nathan Steele: 60m – 10.60(PB); 600m – 2.11.24 (PB); LJ – 2.69
Liam Ross: 60m – 9.70 (PB); 600m – 2.12.78;LJ – 3.35m (PB)

These fantastic results are testament to the hard work and focus of our young (and not so young!) athletes throughout the year. Thanks to the team at the LAAA (Joanne, Steven and Bob) and to officials for their preparation and organisation on the day. Many thanks also to coaches and parent volunteers (David Gilchrist and Joe Lenzi) for helping out again, and to all parents for supporting this event. We hope you enjoyed the day.

CSSAL Match 3 – Grangemouth, 6 August 2017

What another great day for our athletes who competed yesterday at Grangemouth, with more impressive PBs and excellent performances all round.

We had a lower turn out than usual, (as a result of other events taking place and holidays) but a big well done to athletes across all age groups, from the U11s to Masters, who worked so hard and performed with such grit and determination.  You continue to inspire and encourage coaches and we are very proud of all of you!

Many thanks to our volunteer officials and the Admin team: Bob McCrum, Angela Downie, Pauline Russell, Ross McLean and David Gilchrist.  Your help is much appreciated.  Thanks also to parents, family and friends for your continued support and enthusiasm at events like these.

All results posted on the day are subject to scrutiny. Official results will be available shortly via the Po10 results pages.

Aberdeen AAC Open Graded Meet: 23 July 2017

A huge well done to Alan Robertson who competed in the Aberdeen AAC OGM, as part of his preparations for the  upcoming European Masters Athletics Championships in Aarhus, Denmark. Unconfirmed results indicate that Alan clocked 11.44 in the 100m and 23.16 in the 200m, both times a fraction off of his current PBs, which is very encouraging indeed. His daughter Lucy, one of our U13 athletes, who is also competing in the javelin event at the YDL final in Grangemouth on Saturday, ran a PB 100m time of 16.13. Well done Lucy!

YDL Match 1 Results

Official results from the YDL match at Dam Park, Ayr are now on the Po10 for the U13&U15 events.

Well done to those MAC athletes who competed for Team NL.  There were a lot of PBs and great performances!

The SA U17 Challenge results are not yet available but will be posted as soon as they are.

Scottish Indoor Masters Championships 2017

Motherwell A.C. Masters Sprinters Won 6 Gold and 2 Silver medals at the recent Championships in the Emirates Arena.

Alan Robertson (M35) won Gold and PB’s in 60m (7.26) and 200m (23.35s).  His 60m time in the heat was 7.24s equaling the Club record.

Alan was up against an ex-Scottish Internationalist and 2 current British Squad members.  He dominated the M35 Sprints with his superb start, drive, focus and control, particularly in the 200m being in the outside lane.

Jim Smith M70 won 4 Golds – 60m (9.05s), 200m (30.4); Long Jump & Triple Jump.  This success despite still recovering from a virus.

Jim, (72), sets a fine example of how Athletics can give a lifetime of fitness and fun.

Fiona Steele (W50) won Silver with a PB in 60m (8.93s).  She also won Silver in the 200m (29.42s). The strength and speed endurance gained from Rugby coupled with pure speed, improvement in sprint technique and starts from blocks, has resulted in a huge improvement for Fiona over the past year.

Jim & Fiona go on to compete at the British Masters Championships in London.

Our Road Running Section had 3 Athletes competing

  • Benny Hands (M55) won Gold in the 800m (02:23)
  • Phillis Hands (W60) won Silver in the 800m (03:09) and 1500m (06:23)
  • Jim White (M40) had PB’s in 800m (02:25) and 1500m (05:02).  This was his first experience indoors.

Open Graded Meeting – 18th Feb 2017

A huge well done to the athletes who competed in the OGM at Ravenscraig earlier today. Outstanding results from members of the sprint group, especially in the 60m. Excellent effort from everyone with some fantastic PBs!

100m

Lucy Robertson16.70
Chloe Lang14.26 (PB)
Joseph McCluskey12.29 (SB)
Alan Robertson11.58 (SB)
Stephen Ross11.57 (SB)

60m

Lucy Robertson10.40
Amelie Kipre9.84 (PB)
Chloe Lang8.97 (PB)
Christopher Yau7.89 (PB)
Joseph McCluskey7.72 (SB)
Alan Robertson7.29 (PB)
Stephen Ross7.24 (PB)

 

Long Jump

Amelie Kipre3.04 (PB)

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