Cambuslang runners claim medals at West District
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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.”