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Alexander Naylor MBE

21st November 1929 - 7th February 2011.  Age 81. 

Scottish Athletics and Shettleston Harriers have lost one of the most influential and respected coaches in Scotland. 

Born in the East End in Bridgeton he qualified to be an optician, initially as a manager of Lizars and finally as a shop owner in Tollcross Road, Glasgow & Church Walk in Denny , Naylor's Opticians.

Alex Naylor was a revered name in coaching circles throughout the UK, being held in great esteem by all his peers. His first involvement with athletics began in 1953 when he joined Glasgow YMCA as an athlete, before joining Shettleston Harriers in 1957. Never likely to be an athlete of International standing, Alex’s love and dedication for the sport over a period of 58 years was never diminished. He strived to be the best at whatever he did, and on a coaching aspect, he certainly achieved that receiving an MBE in the 2007 New Year’s Honours list for services to athletics.

Alex’s accolades were many, being awarded the Honorary title Master Coach for Middle distance, from UK Athletics, and from Scottish athletics just some of his awards and titles are listed below:  
Scottish Amateur Athletics Association Coaching administrator for 20 years
Coaching lecturer receiving an award for 30 years of service
Chairman of Scottish Joint Coaching Committee
Interim National Coach
Honorary Life Member of SAAA
Senior coach for Scottish Schools residential camps for 10 years. 
Invited Coach to Irish Schools Summer camps for 2 years
Team coach to many British and Scottish Teams
Won Betty Clapperton Trophy for services to coaching on two occasions
Was given a Life Time award by Scottish Athletics in 2002
Secretary of West District Committee for 4 years
Won Tom Stillie Trophy for services to athletics in 1985
Founder member of first Scottish Young Athletes League in the 1960s
Scottish Secretary of British Milers Club for 3 years. 

Alex was one the few early coaches who were inclusive and he coached various athletes outwith Shettleston Harriers in his training groups, including several international athletes and club athletes from Victoria Park City of Glasgow. Including one of our Life Members Los Angeles Olympian, Lynne MacDougall who ran (4.05.96)1500m & (2:01.1) 800m in 1984 at the age of 19,  Dave McMeekin (1:46.8) and Susan Scott, for a short period as a youngster when she moved to Glasgow from Ayr Seaforth.  She went on to become an Olympian in Beijing and Scottish record holder (1:59.02) 800m.

Possibly his major individual coaching success. amongst his many achievements, was coaching Nat Muir who set a Scottish record at 5000m 13:17.9 in Oslo in 1980, which still stands today. Nat also won 8 Scottish Senior Cross Country Titles under Alex’s guidance, he could only manage 3rd place in 1982 after being hit by a trolley bus during a New Year’s Eve race in Madrid and had hardly any training prior to the National XC. In 2003 Alex also coached Allan Stuart to a World Record at 400m for athletes with learning difficulties and Olympic silver medal at the Sydney 2000, LD Paralympic Games.

In his capacity as a coaching lecturer he must have influenced the lives of thousands of athletes and coaches both directly and indirectly, through Schools residential camps, and the coaching weekends at Largs. He once told me that “If you want to become a good coach, you have to remember it’s a commitment for life”, it certainly was for him.
On a personal note, I had known Alex for more than 30 years initially as a member of one of his coaching groups, and then as a coach tutor when I came into coaching in the mid 80’s. He became my mentor and friend travelling with him to many B.M.C. conferences, seminars and training camps, introducing me to his peer group of Peter Coe, Harry Wilson, Frank Horwill  et al. some of the greatest endurance coaches of Britain’s “Golden Era”, they all thought of Alex as a friend, such was his standing in the coaching community.

Everyone will remember his “Naylorisms”, there are hundreds of examples that everyone here can recall like “I have seen milk turn faster” “Don`t lie there on the track, my athletes will get blood on their spikes” and “I don’t know what you are whinging about, I can’t feel any pain”, but they were delivered with comedic timing, so the acerbic wit was never deemed offensive. 
In later years, Alex’s health declined, but he still managed down to coach at Crownpoint Track on a Tuesday and Thursday night. I used to pick him up from his flat in Cumbernauld, and woe betide me if I was more than 5 minutes late arriving, though he could stroll down 15 minutes late and ask if I had been waiting long. I remember one journey, I had just collected my car from the garage after a service, and as we were driving I heard this “loud ticking “noise in the car, I proceeded switching off the radio, the heaters, air con etc. to no avail. I started off by saying to Alex, what I was going to tell that garage the next morning, that they hadn’t checked the car thoroughly and hadn’t completed the job. When we arrived at the track, I lifted the bonnet, checked all around the car, but every time I went inside I still heard the ticking even with the car stopped. I helped Alex out of the car, and then he produced an old clockwork stopwatch from his pocket, and said “Is this the ticking sound you mean” both of us burst out laughing, he had me going for the full journey from Cumbernauld to Crownpoint track.

When my wife and I used to visit him in the care home he could still have us laughing and reflective on our journey home after his tales and one liners, “There you are you see”.
Everyone who knew, or met Alex could tell a story, he was a true legend in his life time, a great man, a great coach and a good friend.  He will be sadly missed by all who had the privilege of knowing him.
Graham Smith      President Victoria Park City of Glasgow
From Alex’s Order of Service – a philosophy he lived by.

If you think you are beaten - you are
If you think you dare not – you don’t
If you like to win but you think you can’t,
It’s almost certainly you won’t.
If you think you’ll lose – you’ve lost;
For out of the world we find –
Success begins with a fellows will,
It’s all in the state of mind.
If you think you’re outclassed – you are;
You’ve got to think high to rise;
You’ve got to be sure of yourself
Before you can win a prize.
Life’s battles don’t always go
To the strongest or fastest man;
But soon or late the man who wins
Is the man who thinks he can.



Road Running Results

Kirkintilloch 12.5K Road Race.Gerry Craig
Sunday 20-2-11.
Gerry Craig            10th.   10thV40.   48:34.
Glasgow 5K Park Run.
Saturday 26-2-11.
Ralph Connolly        17th.   5thV45.   18.58.
Christy Bloss         243rd.   8thU14.   28:23.
Glasgow 5K Park Run.
Saturday 5-3-11.
Ralph Connolly    15th.   4thV45.   18:48.
Joe Doyle           32nd.  2ndV55.   20:30.
Christy Bloss     205th.   6thU14.   28:15.  



Nigel Barge 10K Memorial Road Race and 3K Junior Race
The Nigel Barge Memorial 10K and 3K races took place in and around Garscube Estate on Saturday 5th March.
In the 3K, Holly Little was 1st girl in 11.52 and Craig Jardine was 2nd boy in 10:41.
In the 10K Alison Kerr was 4th female in 39:54.
Well Done!
Lynn McGarry


VP-Glasgow Display CabinetClick for larger image

The management at Scotstoun have very generously agreed to allow the Club to construct a display cabinet at the entrance to the Indoor Track.

Graeme Turner prepared detailed plans and drawings, some of which are attached below.  We're very grateful to Graeme for his efforts, as you can see he has spent a great deal of time and effort in preparing his presentation.

As you can see from the drawings, the cabinet can be viewed from both sides of the entrance, with glass panels facing into the track and into the foyer.

Further images can be viewed at these links: Image2, Image3, Image4.  Graeme has also prepared a computer generated video which can be viewed as an mp4 file at this link or an avi file at this link.

The cabinet, when finished, will be used to display trophies and club memorabilia dating back to 1929.  If any members, past or present, have any interesting items which would be suitable for display, please contact the Club Secretary.


Scottish Under 15 Indoor Championships (and U13 Open Meeting)
On Sunday the 6Katie Ordth March, the Kelvin Hall was host to the Scottish U15 Championships.
Ruairidh Bryce was 4th in the Shot Putt with a PB of 7.57m and Liam Turner was 5th in the final of the 800m, having run a PB of 2:11.74 in the heat.
Katie Ord was 2nd in the Shot Putt with a PB of 9.44m and Kate Kennedy was 3rd in the High Jump with a PB of 1.58m. Eliza Chiswell was 4th in the 800m final with 2:34.07 and Melanie Chiswell was 4th in the 1500m with a PB of 5:25.40.
Other U15 PBs include: Pamela Creechan, 200m 30.63s; LJ 4.27m. Lauren Murray, 60m 9.27s.
In the U13s, Robyn Connolly was 2nd in the 800m with a PB of 2:31.82.

Lynn McGarry



Scottish U20 / Senior Indoor Relay Championship
Also in the Kelvin Hall on Sunday 6th March was the Scottish U20 / Senior Relay Championships.
VP-Glasgow’s Senior men’s team of Allan Ramsay, Stuart Livingston, Martin Hayes and David Martin was 1st in the 4x400m relay in 3:24.73, and the Senior men’s team of Stuart Laing, John Mulhern, Jax Thoirs and David Martin was 2nd in the 4x200m relay in 1:32.18.

Lynn McGarry



Scottish Under 17 / Under 20 Indoor Championships
In theJohn Mulhern U20 women, Chloe Lambert won the 200m with a PB of 24.68s and Rachel Whittle was 3rd in 25.57s. Chloe was also 2nd in the 60m with another PB of 7.75s and Rachel was 5th with 7.97s.
Diane Ramsay won the 400m in 56.91s and Jade Barclay was 4th in the final with 61.48s (running a PB of 60.89 in the heats).
Kirsty Yates won the Shot Putt with 12.45m.
Hazel Ross was 3rd in the High Jump clearing 1.60m and reached the final of the 60m Hurdles, coming 4th in 9.22s.
For the U17 women, Eilidh McEvilly won the 60m Hurdles in 9.11s, was 3rd in the Shot Putt with 8.76m and 4th in the High Jump with 1.55m.
In the U20 men, Jax Thoirs was 1st in the Pole Vault clearing 4.51m and John Mulhern was 2nd in the 60m Hurdles with a PB of 8.98s.
For the U17 men, John McCall won the 60m Hurdles with a PB of 8.24s, Sam Adams was 2nd in the Pole Vault clearing 3.61m, and Jamie Robinson was 5th in the Triple Jump with 11.69m.
Other PBs include: Megan Heafey, U17W Shot Putt 6.98m.

Lynn McGarry



McCain Cross Country ChallengeDavid Vernon
The Inter-Counties Cross Country, which is the last in the McCain Cross Country Challenge series, took place in Birmingham on Saturday 5th March. Congratulations to those VP-Glasgow athletes who were selected to compete as part of a Scotland West team. Performances were as follows:
U15 boys: Lewis Boyle 12th, Liam McLoone 17th, Scotland West was 3rd Team.
U15 girls: Paige Dickson was 90th.
U17 men: Ethan Sloan-Dennison was 46th.
U20 men: David Vernon, 18th.
U20 women: Hollie Young, 40th.
Senior women: Beth Potter, 15th.

Lynn McGarry



Scottish Senior Championships

The Scottish Senior Championships took place at the Kelvin Hall on Saturday 26th February.

Those who finished in the top 3 were as follows:Alam Ramsay

For the men, on the track, Alan Ramsay was 1st in the 800m in 1:54.11 and Derek Gibb was 1st in the 1500m with 4:10.56. Calum Innes was 2nd in the 60m with 7.07s, having achieved a PB of 7.06s in the semi-final. David Martin was 2nd in the 400m in 47.95s and Neale Kelly was 2nd in the 60m Hurdles in 8.75s. In the field, Ray Bobrownicki was 1st in the High Jump with 2.20m, Jax Thoirs was 2nd in the Pole Vault with 4.60m and Jamie Sinclair was 3rd clearing 4.20m.

For the women, on the track, Chloe Lambert was 1st in the 200m with a PB of 24.76s, Erin Leggate was 1st in the 400m with a PB of 57.13s and Jade MacLaren was 1st in the 800m in 2:14.53. In the field, Kirsty Yates was 1st in the Shot Putt with a PB of 13.49m.

Lynn McGarry



British Abbey McGheeUniversities & Colleges Sports Indoor Athletics

Two VP-Glasgow athletes were among the medals at the BUCS Indoor Championships in Sheffield on Saturday and Sunday, the 19th and 20th of February.

 Our Club record holder, Ray Bobrownicki won the Gold medal in the High Jump with a Championship Best Performance of 2.22m.

Another Silver medal came from Abbey McGhee, who recorded a new PB in the 3000m of 9:27.86.

Two excellent performances.



Scottish Athletics Indoor League
Match 3 of the Scottish Athletics Indoor League took place in the Kelvin Hall on Sunday 20th February. This was actually the second match of the season; Match 1 having been cancelled due to bad weather. Full results are not yet available but the team standings show a fantastic result for the girls, as the U11, U13, U15, U17 teams all qualified! The U17 men also qualified.

U11 boys were 7th and 14th on the day
U13 boys were a comfortable 1st on the day but unfortunately were 4th overall and so narrowly missed out on qualifying.
U15 boys’ A-team was 2nd but despite being equal 3rd overall, just missed out on qualifying. The B-team was 4th in the Match.
U17 men’s A-team was 2nd in the Match and qualified as equal 1st (2nd on count back). The B-team was 7th.
U11 girls’ A-team was 3rd and qualified in 3rd. The B-team was 9th.
The U13 girls were 1st in both Matches and so qualified in 1st place.
The B team was 4th in the Match and 4th overall, so narrowly missed qualifying.
U15 girls’ A-team was 4th, but having won the previous match, qualified in 2nd place. The B-team was 8th.
U17 women’s A-team was 3rd in both matches and qualified in 3rd. The B-team was 7th.
U20 women’s team was 2nd in the Abbie McFarlaneMatch, despite only competing in 4 events, but failed to qualify.

Top performances were:
For the U20 women, Rachel Whittle was 1st in the 60m in 8.09s, 1st in the 200m with 26.5s and 1st in the High Jump clearing 1.60m. Hannah Moultrie was 2nd in the Shot Putt with 7.11m.
For the U17 women, Eilidh McEvilly won both the 60m Hurdles, in 9.20s, and the High Jump, clearing 1.55m. Kim Creechan was 1st in the 200m with 27.4s and Megan Heafey was 3rd in the Shot Putt with a PB of 6.67m.
For the U15 girls, Abbie McFarlane was 1st in the 200m with 28.4s, 3rd in the 60m with 8.72s and 3rd in the Long Jump clearing 4.10m. Katie Ord was 1st in the Shot Putt with 8.05m. Paige Dickson was 2nd in the 800m with 2:24.4 and Mariana Denton was 2nd in the High Jump with a PB of 1.40m.
For the U13 girls, Jennifer Ord was 1st in the Shot Putt with 6.30m. Robyn Connolly was 1st in the 800m with 2:35.3 and Holly Little was 2nd with a PB of 2:40.8. Erin Halliday was 2nd in the 60m with a PB Kim Creechanof 8.97s and 3rd in the Long Jump clearing 3.78m.
For the U11 girls Amy Bissett was 2nd in the 600m with 2:06.5 and Monica Blair was 3rd in the 60m with 10.45s.
For the U17 men, John McCall won the 60m Hurdles in 8.51s and Matthew Jordan was 3rd in the 400m with a PB of 61.5s and 3rd in the Shot Putt with a PB of 7.49m.
For the U15 boys Liam Turner was 2nd in the 800m with 2:17.2 and Fraser Glass was 3rd with a PB of 2:21.8. Ruairidh Bryce was 2nd in the Shot Putt with a PB of 6.71m and Calum McCormack was 3rd in the 400m with a PB of 65.3s.
For the U13 boys Andrew Moreland was 1st in the 800m with 2:39.2 and Cameron Wray won the 60m Hurdles in 12.37s.
For the U11 boys, Conal Whyte was 3rd in the 600m in 2:09.4.

Lynn McGarry



The Scottish National Cross Country Click for larger image
The National Cross Country took place at Callendar Park in Falkirk on Saturday 19th February. This annual race is the seen as the culmination of the cross country season and as usual VP-Glasgow’s athletes rose to the occassion.
The U13 boys team won gold, with an individual silver and bronze for Jay Van den Hoven and Scott McKay, who completed the 3.2km course in 13:00 and 13:05 respectively. Also part of the wining team were Euan Urquhart (9th in 13:22) and Jamie MacKinnon (11th in 13:30). Calum McCormack was 29th in 14:11 and Ewan Rae was 35th in 14:18.
The U15 boys team won gold, with an individual bronze for Lewis Boyle who completed the 4km course inClick for larger image 13:41, along with Liam McLoone (5th in 13:52), Fraser Glass (25th in 14:55) and Kieron Rafferty (28th in 14:59). Marc Rooney was 37th in 15:31 and Liam Turner was 41st in 15:40.
The U17 and U20 women ran in the same 4.8km race. There were only three team counters in these races and positions are listed by age group.
The U20 team won gold with an individual gold for Beth Potter in 16:35, along with Jo Moultrie (4th in 17:18) and Hollie Young (8th in 17:57). Sarah Potter was 25th in 20:20 and Rhian Dawes was 27th in 20:38.
The U17 team won silver, with Maria Milliken (11th in 19:42), Danielle Beattie (16th in 20:06) and Deborah Hannah (17th in 20:09). Amy MacLellan was 25th U17 in 20:40.
The U15 girls won team bronze with Paige Dickson (9th in 16:29), Eliza Chiswell (18th in 17:00), Melanie Chiswell (19th in 17:00) and Anya Morrison (45th in 18:10). Millie Boyle was 50th in 18:34 for the 4km course.
The U20 men didn’t have a full team, however there was an individual bronze medal for David Vernon who completed the 8km course in 26:41, and Sean Fontana was 14th in 28:28.
The U13Click for larger image girls team was 5th over a 3.2km course, with Robyn Connolly (5th in 14:33), Emma Ferrie (12th in 15:01), Kirsty MacDonald (59th in 16:52) and Cara Thom (63rd in 17:09). Nicole Waters was 91st in 19:38.
The U17 men who took part were Ethan Sloan-Dennison who was 4th in 24:45 for the 6.4km course, and Marc Austin who was 5th in 24:55.
The Senior women were 9th over an 8km course, with Claire McCracken  (28th in 32:27),
Jacqui Thomson  (51st in 34:10), Louise Warren  (90th in 36:25) and Kirsty Baird  (117th in 37:48). Christine Catterson was 134th in 39:16.
The Senior men’s team was 25th over a 12km course with Alex Potter (152nd in 48:19), Gerry Craig (172nd in 49:03), David McCormack (200th in 50:15), Kenny Mitchell (214th in 50:26), Ralph Connolly (281st in 53:29) and Peter Dawes (384th in 58:26). There were 6 team counters in this race.

Lynn McGarry



NationaEilidh McEvillyl Combined Events Championship
Well done to Eilidh McEvilly who won the U17 women’s pentathlon, on Sunday 13th February, at the National Combined Events Championship in the Kelvin Hall with 3090pts. Eilidh was 1st in the 60m Hurdles and Shot, 1st equal in the High Jump, 2nd in the Long Jump and 4th in the 800m.
National Indoor Masters Championship
At the National Indoor Masters Championship on Sunday 13th February in the Kelvin Hall, Derek Watson won the M45 400m and was 1st overall in 57.94s.

Lynn McGarry



Scottish Schools Indoor Athletics Championships
Around 25 VP-Glasgow Athletes took part in the Scottish Schools Indoor Athletics Championships,Jax Thoirs which took place in the Kelvin Hall on Thursday 10th February.
Jax Thoirs won the O16 boys Pole Vault by over 1m with a championship best of 4.65m.
John McCall and John Mulhern were 1st and 3rd in the O16 boys 60m Hurdles, with 8.35s and 8.62s respectively.
Lewis Boyle won the U16 boys 800m in 2:05.7.
Chloe Lambert won the O16 girls 60m and 200m in 7.86s and 25.1s respectively
Eilidh McEvilly and Mhairi Patience were 1st and 2nd in the U16 girls 60m Hurdles with 9.28s and 9.38s respectively. Mhairi was also won the 200m in 26.8s, and Eilidh was also 2nd in the Shot with 9.64m and 3rd in the High Jump with a 2nd equal jump of 1.60m.
Paige Dickson was 3rd in the U16 girls 800m with 2:20.7.
Lynn McGarry



Endurance Round UpClaire McCracken

Down By The River 7K.
Mon. 27-12-10.  Cambuslang.

Clair McCracken    9th.   1st.Lady     26:01.
Tom Ord             10th.   3rd.V50     27:18.

Scottish 4K CC Championships.
Sun. 30-1-11.  Bellahouston Park.

David Vernon     15th.   3rd.U20   12:27.
Allan Ramsay     24th.                 12:49.
Sean Fontana    41st.  11th.U20   13:13.
Max Ralston   Running For Edinburgh Uni. 30th.   11th.U20   12:59.

Scottish Vets Christmas H/C. 5.4mls.
Sun. 23-1-11.  Cartha Rugby Club.Rab Daly

Rab Daly         17th.   43:08      H/C. Time  57:08.
Kenny McVey   19th.   37:31      H/C. Time  57:31

Scottish Vets Road Relay Champ.
Sun. 30-1-11.  Strathclyde Park.

Team "A"  10th.
David McCormack    8th.   21:51
Mark Ashby            10th.  22:41
Alex Potter             10th   22:08
Gerry Craig            10th.  21:56

Team "B" 18th.
Tom Ord                22nd.   24:25
Duncan Thomson    20th.    24:32
Ralph Connolly       19th.     23:25
Peter Dawes          18th.     26:02

Kenny McVey



Joint Cross Country Championships

The 2011 Cross Country Championships will be held this Saturday 12th February at Mugdock Country Park and willbe hosted by Garscube Harriers.
All races will start outside the Craigend Visitor Centre (the side furthest from the car park) and details of the races are:
Seniors - Starts 12 noon
Men - 6 miles and Women - 4 miles



CelticLewis Boyle International Cross Country Championship
The Celtic International Cross Country took place in Dublin on Sunday 6th February.
Congratulations to Lewis Boyle who, representing Scotland, won the U17 boy’s 5000m in 19:29. Lewis was also part of the winning Scottish team.
Congratulations also to Hollie Young who was 3rd counter in the winning Scottish U20 women’s 4000m team. Hollie was 7th in 19:32.
Lynn McGarry


Club Road Race
The 2nd of this seasons Road Race series was held on Thursday the 27th of January at Scotstoun.  This is a series of three races with points awarded for finishers in the first 5 of their age category. 

Only two athletes have maximum points at this stage, Andrew Moreland and Robyn Connolly were 1st in both races involving the U11 Boys and the U13 Girls respectively.

The Juniors competed over the 2 mile course and the Seniors over a 2&3/4 mile course.

Pos Name Age M/F Time Points Total
1st Fraser Glass U15 M 10:19 5 5
2nd Callum McCormack U13 M 10:22 5 5
3rd Jay Van Den Hoven U13 M 10:24 4 4
4th Jamie McKinnon U13 M 10:51 3 8
5th Jack Moreland U15 M 11:16 4 4
6th Andrew Moreland U11 m 11:21 5 10
7th Jamie Middleton U15 M 11:35 3 3
8th Ewan Ray U13 M 11:58 2 6
9th Simon Fraser U13 M 12:21 1 4
10th Scott Mackay U13 M 12:54 0 0
11th Callum Hall U13 M 12:54 0 0
12th Jamie Montgomery U11 M 15:07 4 5
13th David McDonald U11 M 15:09 3 5
14th Callum Simpson U13 M 15:34 0 1
15th Jamie McDonald U11 M 15:38 2 2
16th Ewan Hoy U13 M 15:47 0 0
17th Thomas Connolly U11 M 16:43 1 1
18th Mathew Fleetwood U11 M 16:53 0 4
1st Robyn Connolly U13 F 11:40 5 10
2nd Emma Ferrie U13 F 11:57 4 8
3rd Anya Morrison U15 F 12:01 5 7
4th Millie Boyle U15 F 12:25 4 4
5th Rachel Dick U17 F 12:36 5 5
6th Amy Bissett U11 F 13:27 5 5
7th Kara Thom U13 F 13:28 3 6
8th Kirstie McDonald U13 F 13:38 2 4
9th Emma Williams U13 F 14:09 1 2
10th Nicole Waters U13 F 14:38 0 0
11th Kirstie Elliot U11 F 15:07 4 4
12th Tessa Hickey U13 F 15:11 0 0
13th Eve Mowat U13 F 14:14 0 0
14th Gillian Irving U13 F 15:48 0 0
15th Georgia Gunn U11 F 15:48 3 3
16th Toni Allan U11 F 16:03 2 2
17th Beth Gibbons U11 F 16:12 1 1
18th Devenee Sym U13 F 16:20 0 0
19th Mirriam Betteridge U13 F 16:35 0 0
20th Martha Mack U11 F 18:21 0 0
21st Tuesday Mackenzie U15 F 18:23 3 3
22nd Sophie Jordan U11 F 18:33 0 0
23rd Katrina Smith U13 F 18:55 0 0
24th Georgia Dempster U13 F 18:56 0 0
25th Alice MacFarlane U11 F 19:05 0 0
26th Erin MacKenzie U11 F 20:01 0 0
1st David McCormack S45 M 15:57 5 5
2nd Crawford Little S45 M 16:17 4 9
3rd Ralph Connolly S45 M 16:48 3 7
4th Kenny McVey S60 M 18:54 2 5
5th Peter Ramsay S50 M 20:49 1 1
6th Rab Daly S65 M 21:13 0 2

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