Cam­bus­lang run­ners claim medals at West Dis­trict

Rutherglen Reformer - - Sports -

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Har­ri­ers’ Kenny and Kerry- Liam had the con­so­la­tion of fin­ish­ing first and sec­ond in­di­vid­u­als in the mas­ters over-40 com­pe­ti­tion and, with back-up from Justin Carter se­cured the mas­ters team ti­tle.

Chris Up­son was sec­ond over- 50 with Colin Feechan win­ning as the first over-55.

There was also in­di­vid­ual and team suc­cess for the un­der- 20 men, with Craig Jar­dine and Ryan Thom­son plac­ing sec­ond and third and Ross Stephen com­plet­ing the win­ning team in sev­enth spot.

Christopher McLew, Drew Pol­lock and Ryan Stephen com­bined well in fourth, eighth and tenth to take team sil­ver in the un­der-15 boys race.

The un­der-13 boys trio of Sean Friel, Rob­bie Woods and Aaron Grew came eighth.

There was an in­di­vid­ual bronze medal suc­cess too for Eve MacKinnon in the women’s un­der-20 race.

The se­nior ladies team of Alex La­mond, Kirsty An­der­son, Caitie Gor­ton- Phillips and Vicky Sem­ple fin­ished well to take sixth in the team com­pe­ti­tion, with Lynn An­g­ley pro­vid­ing close back-up.

The un­der- 15 team of Christie Dal­gleish, Lau­ren McEwen and Katie Moss were sixth.

The un­der-13 trio of Niamh Rig­gins, Chloe Bur­ton and Emily Watson came eighth.

Club pres­i­dent David Cooney said: “It was good to see Niamh re­turn­ing to com­pe­ti­tion af­ter in­jury.

“All credit to ev­ery­one who man­aged to com­plete the course in the very test­ing, muddy con­di­tions, which was not sur­pris­ing given the ex­ces­sive amount of rain­fall in the pre­vi­ous 24 hours.

“There were many ex­cel­lent per­for­mances.

“Many thanks to the coaches, club mem­bers and par­ents who sup­ported and cheered on our ath­letes.

“The club should be well rep­re­sented af­ter to­day’s per­for­mances at the forth­com­ing inter- dis­trict event at Ed­in­burgh in the new year.”

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