Apologies for the delay
Please note these are still subject to scrutiny as this is our 1st Year of operating a performance based scoring system Mens Results as soon as possible.
More photos thanks to Alan Stewart.
Results will be published when blips are resolved
All thanks to Alan Stewart
Report by Sara Lang
Hurricane Irma may have been hitting Florida but 35 Giffnock North athletes hit Stornoway at the weekend. Hopefully not as much debris to clear up, but certainly a highlight for many of our younger athletes.
Who would have thought our thrower Ollie would emerge as a high jumper?..
Who could have predicted that the elderly American couple sitting in our midst on the ferry back (and I did worry for them) would comment on how well behaved our group of athletes were compared to others they had experienced on the way over?…
In the quiz set by the U17 girls on the bus journey home, who would have guessed that one of the answers given to ‘Who is William James Adams better known as….?’ would be…. ‘Billy the head coach’! (it’s will.i.am by the way!)
As always with trips away, it is often the events off the track that are most memorable.
That should not take away from what was another successful voyage north to retain the trophy we had previously won in 2015 and 2013. The match itself against Central, Livingston, Stornoway and a Uist Select was competitive to say the least. It wasn’t until lunch time that it became apparent that we might be slightly ahead in terms of points, at which stage our unstoppable band of athletes put their foot to the floor. We won all but 2 of the 200m heats and all but 2 of the relays to firmly secure an overall margin of around 200 points. The weather was not conducive to many PBs in the morning session, being wet and windy, but by the afternoon session things were much drier and the sun was trying so hard to make an appearance. Either that or we were all so full of beautiful home-made soups , sandwiches and cakes that everything felt warmer!
The Stornoway hosts didn’t fail to keep up their reputation of providing outstanding (and delicious) hospitality. The overflow from the lunch spread even managed to make its way to the ceilidh that night just to make sure we couldn’t possibly be starving!
As we have discovered on previous trips bringing a group of teenage athletes to a ceilidh can be hit or miss – Will they dance? Will they put their phones away? Will they dance with each other? Will they dare to converse/dance with the opposition? This one was a definite hit (perhaps helped by Crazy Carl the DJ who warmed them up for the first hour, with only a couple of ‘80s tunes thrown in for the oldies)!!
Coaches and athletes alike sought refuge outside in the cool air having ‘Stripped the Willow’ once too often!
Once again we as a club are indebted to Jackie for her oh so able organisational skills. We now have a rote answer when other clubs ask us how we seem to run our trips so smoothly. We simply say: ’we have a Jackie!’
Many thanks to all our coaches who contributed, to all our athletes who were fantastic ambassadors for our club and to all the parents who helped bag the bags!! Emma definitely wins the largest bag prize!
Final Arrangements for Club Championships
Venue is the Ayrshire Athletics Arena
Queens Drive Kilmarnock KA1 3XF
t. 01563 555227
We look forward to welcoming everyone, Athletes, Parents and Supporters to our 2017 Club Championships . A special thanks to the Officials travelling from near and far to assist us with this event
The timetable will commence at 10.00 AM
All athletes need to Register from 9.00am and collect their competition or bib number on arrival. This will give you time to Warm up.
As it’s the Club Championships athletes can choose to wear club kit or not on the day.
We will have good support for the U11 Athletes taking them around their events and providing advice and guidance.
We still need donations of Homebaking and Wrapped Labelled sandwiches.
Programmes with the Timetable will be available on entry to the Venue. We hope you will find it possible to support this event by purchasing the programme with a £2.00 Donation. We had a very reasonable £2.00 entry charge for Athletes
Athletes Please bring your Entry fee if you have not paid online or to coaches.
We are all looking forward to an important day in the Club Calendar before a short break and before the Indoor Season and Cross Country season commences.
We hope you all enjoy the day.
Timetable remains subject to change if required
Giffnock North on the Road again. Friday September 8th travelling to Ullapool to catch the Ferry and returning on Sunday 10th Sept
For the 2nd time this year, [following a very successful trip to Gothenburg for the European Youth Games in July] the club is now heading north for the 3rd time to the Tri-club Invitation event on the Island of Lewis where we compete at the invitation of the local Stornoway Club [SRAC] and on this occasion with Central AC, Livingston and North Uist.
We were called in as a late replacement in mid July. At short notice, we decided that this was a competition opportunity we could not afford to turn down as it has been such a successful outing on the last two occasions. The benefits for our athletes , getting a chance to travel with the team and experience the competition in Stornoway can’t be overstated .Even although the organisation is a bit easier to manage than it was the first time round, it requires considerable input and effort and the dedication of our coaches and some of our officials who are giving up a full weekend to make the journey .
We also have always benefited from the input of our own Doleen Galbraith ,Official,ex -athlete , ex-Island Games Medallist and a native of Lewis who has supported the club with her local knowledge and contacts on each occasion .
A great debt of gratitude and appreciation to our band of coaches Sara Lang, Symon Lipp,Jim Coyle, Billy Glasgow and Jackie Alexander organising and co-ordinating.Thanks also to Colin Saxby ,Club Trustee and Official for his assistance.
Jackie advises that there will be a live video stream on this occasion for the competition on the Saturday and she will keep us posted about that.
Between that and Colin’s twitter updates (between officiating duties) we should get good reporting from Lewis .
One of the highlights of the trip is the hospitality always shown by Stornoway Harriers who for once in the year don’t have to travel to events and who ensure the Athletes have a great time at the Ceilidh on the Saturday night and fantastic home baking at the meet.
Sara Lang adds she believes “there will be over 200 athletes in total. We have waterproofs , travel sickness tablets, apples, bananas by the boxful all ready to go and 35 super fit athletes! ”
Good luck to all our Athletes,Coaches, Officials and Supporters for a successful outing from all at the club
Adam Clayton On The Podium
Report from Craig Fotheringham
English Athletic Championships
Three Giffnock North athletes made the long journey South at the weekend to compete in the English Athletics Championships at Bedford International Athletics Stadium.
First up, in the sunshine on Saturday was Scottish Champion, Reuben Nairne in the Pole Vault, attempting to replicate his success earlier in the year at the English Indoor Championships. Reuben has been hampered slightly by a hip injury recently but started strongly and cleared his initial heights with ease and was looking to be in good form. He exceeded his own Club Record to achieve 3.51 Metres (3rd on the Scottish Under 15 All Time List) and only very narrowly failed 3.61 – hitting the bar on the way down. An excellent effort and he failed by the narrowest of margins to win Gold – losing on count back.
Reuben Nairne on the Podium
Reuben and Murray Fotheringham were then scheduled to take part in the Long Jump but the timetable put paid to this – Reuben was still in the middle of His Pole Vault Competition as Murray started his quest for a medal. After 3 rounds, Murray qualified in equal third place but out of the medals on count back with 6.06 Metres. His fourth round jump was also 6.06 Metres which promoted him to the Bronze medal position. Fingers were crossed and Murray was still in 3rd with only 4 jumps left in the completion. As Reuben was on the podium getting his PV Silver medal, Murray sailed out to a New Club Record of 6.23 Metres (5th on the Scottish Under 15 All Time List ) to snatch second place and another Silver medal for Giffnock.
The timetable also put paid to Murray’s chances in the 800 Metres as he had only 4 minutes from his final jump till the start of his 800 Heat. He changed his shoes on the start line but could not find that little bit of extra energy he needed to make the final, coming home 8th with a time of 2:07.31.
Next up was Adam Clayton in the 100 Metres. Expectations were high as Adam has achieved some tremendous times this season and he cruised through to the final. At 80 Metres he seemed assured of a medal but the pack engulfed him right on the line and Adam finished a slightly disappointing 5th in 10.83 seconds, just outside his PB.
Murray Fotheringham on the Podium
A good night’s sleep and the athletes woke up to a blisteringly hot day with no wind – perfect for some good performances. Unfortunately, Murray was hampered a little with a back injury, aggravated in the Long Jump, and he bowed out of the High Jump earlier than he had hoped in 6th equal with a clearance of 1.72 Metres.
The last chance for a medal was Adam in the 200 Meters. After a night of reflection and some words of encouragement from Coach Ryan, he qualified comfortably for the final with a superb new PB of 21.85 , breaking the 22 seconds barrier for the first time. He exploded out the blocks in the final and ran a magnificent bend to be in with a chance down the straight. As the Giffnock contingent held their breath he stormed down the home straight , maintaining his form right to the line and winning Gifnock’s third Silver medal with an astounding New Club Record of 21.66 seconds (3rd on the Scottish Under 17 All Time List headed only by Elliot Bunney’s performances 34 Years ago ). A great way to end the weekend.
Well done to all the boys, their coaches and to their supporters.
Thanks Craig for the report and the Photos from Helen Nairne also.
3 Silvers, 3 Club Records 3 Great efforts, All time rankings and 2nd in current GB 2017 rankings for 200m for Adam
Some weekend for our much travelled Trio.
PLEASE NOTE Deadline is Sunday 3rd September. We need your Entries in now.Sorry but we can’t do entries on the day
Enter via the website link: http://www.giffnocknorth.co.uk/club-track-field-championships-2017/
The Ayrshire Athletics arena is in Kilmarnock
KILMARNOCK KA1 3XF
Telephone: 01563 555227
This is in order for all the Organisers and Officials to run the event as smoothly as we can. Some of the officials are our own, some are also club coaches. All of them co-ordinated by Doleen Galbraith with some input from Anne Stewart.
and some coming from afar to help us run the event. In the feedback we received last year, many of the officials commented that they really enjoyed the day and that our athletes were polite, courteous and thanked them for their help. Let’s make sure that experience is repeated.
Our officials on the day include :
Any queries to clare.murrenson @gmail.com
Also any offers to assist on the day. And yes we are still looking for Homebaking donations and wrapped labelled sandwiches.
The Entry cost for this event is pegged at £2.00. Very inexpensive as we know considering the large costs associated with Arena hire , First Aid etc. We will be looking therefore for parents,relatives and friends to purchase/donate to our programme and timetable on the day/ Thanks everyone.
“Training sessions have returned to normal venues and times after Williamwood Track closure and Summer arrangements
Sprints and Field Sessions at Hutchesons Track 6-8 pm Tuesdays and 7.30-9.00om Thursdays at Williamwood Track
Middle Distance on Tuesdays at 6.00pm and 7.00pm at Williamwood Track (sessions as agreed with coaches ) and Eastwood on Thursdays at 6.00pm
Multi events Mondays at 6.15 at Eastwood Track and Fridays at 6.00pm Eastwood
U11s Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Eastwood Track at 6.00pm
U 11s Thursdays at 6.00pm and Saturdays at 1.30pm at Hutchesons Track ”
As reported previously 42 of our athletes made the trip
Report by Sara Lang our Roving Reporter
“Gothenburg the story…..
42 athletes, 8 adults, 4 buses , 4 planes,
82 performances, 31 athletes with PBs, 4 gold medals, 2 silver , 2 bronze,
200 lunch rolls, 50 blue bags and 225 photos taken by Duncan Robertson
The stats don’t lie…we had an adventure…
From the excitement of exploring Terminal 5 with your pals, to the double decker coach that brought us from the airport, to the novelty of a floating hotel….and that all before we ever hit the track.
Such an experience for all of us. The Gothenburg Youth Games in the huge Ullevi Stadium made Grangemouth feel like a children’s play area (Coldplay had performed two shows there in the preceding week). It was a huge, cosmopolitan, slick event ..so well organised that despite 16 or so heats in each age group for many of the sprint events, it was only 5 mins behind schedule by the end of the day. It truly felt like a mini Commonwealth games. It was so professional; athletes from numerous other countries (Norway, Iceland , Bulgaria, Argentina, Denmark and New Zealand to name but a few) were so focused and organised in their approach to all events which had a knock on effect and our Giffnock North troop rose to the occasion. Not only did we run, jump and throw our hearts out, we were noticeably the most polite athletes at the end of an event.
It is clearly not the norm for athletes to shake hands at the end of a race in Scandinavia but each and every one of our team did so, causing much bemusement at times. Harris, who gallantly tried to shake hands with all his competitors (who by that stage were lying prostrate on the track) ended up helping them all to get up…as they clearly thought that was what the extended hand was for!
The entire event was run in Swedish so all commentaries and announcements went over our heads. We were totally oblivious to the high jump world record set by a 12 year old on the first day (1.87m),although we did wonder why so many people had gathered near the start line of the 800m. We also had no idea what the Swedish shouts of joy were for (over a very loud tannoy) when the Pole Vault record was broken. The one bit of English commentary directed at us was when Chris was about to long jump the very loud commentator said ‘ its Chris McKay from Scotland…..’ and, as Chris sprinted down the runway, he said ‘FLY FLY Chris McKay’!
We had thrills and spills..athletes who went on all possible rides at the amusement park, athletes who won gigantic chocolate bars, athletes who got stuck at the top of the climbing wall/sculpture, athletes who had soaking wet luggage when they arrived (we still never solved that one).
And the satisfaction didn’t just stop at the track – on having his wristband put on for him at the amusement park, one athlete noted “You don’t get this level of service at the Emirates”!
We had our resident Twitter feed guru Colin Saxby, we had our invaluable medical support/native language speaker who came into her own. By Sat night Pia Kirkpatrick had at least 5 ‘patients’ she was tending to.
From the ice packs for sore knees , the paracetamol for the fever, the drinks of water for the athletes who had too much sun/not enough to drink at the amusement park, to the sterile wipes for the spiking injuries….she was in constant demand. Pia was even seen administering pain killers to the adults!
We now know we had our resident photographer…Duncan Robertson , thank you from all the coaches , Athletes , parents and those at the club keen to know about the trip
And we had Jackie Alexander who without doubt is the unsung hero of this trip.
By now she is on a well earned rest in the sun.
Results are already on Power of 10 for all to view. The scope of this report is not to comment on individual performances (every single athlete did us proud) ..many of which were highlighted on the Twitter feed.
A collated table of results is available to view on our website thanks to Colin.
The finishing quotes are from athletes on our way home who said ‘Are we coming back next year?’, ‘Can we stay another day?’…………”
Thanks to Sara for the ReportPhotos courtesy of Duncan Robertson
|30-Jun||F13 600m||Finalheat 3||4||Mary Rose Cairns||4||SCO||Giffock North ACC||01:51.9||27||01:51.9|
|30-Jun||F13 Spjut||400 g||15||Jennifer Dallas||4||SCO||Giffock North ACC||19,68||23,09|
|30-Jun||F14 800m||Finalheat 3||1||Jill Carswell||3||SCO||Giffock North ACC||02:27.3||13||02:27.3|
|30-Jun||F14 Häck 80m||76 cm||Försök heat 2||0,5||Iona Denholm||3||SCO||Giffock North ACC||16.05||16.05|
|30-Jun||F14 Häck 80m||Försök heat 4||-1,6||3||Lara Sturgeon||3||SCO||Giffock North ACC||13.04||13.04|
|30-Jun||F15 800m||Finalheat 3||3||Clare Wallace||2||SCO||Giffock North ACC||02:32.8||26||02:29.5|
|30-Jun||F15 800m||Finalheat 1||8||Emily Crusher||1||SCO||Giffock North ACC||02:29.0||26||02:26.8|
|30-Jun||F15 800m||Finalheat 3||5||Emma Gaston||2||SCO||Giffock North ACC||02:36.5||28||02:31.8|
|30-Jun||F15 800m||Finalheat 1||12||Francesca Davidsson||2||SCO||Giffock North ACC||02:28.6||17||02:20.9|
|30-Jun||F15 800m||Finalheat 2||2||Orla Lang||2||SCO||Giffock North ACC||02:26.3||13||02:23.9|
|30-Jun||F15 Längd||Kvaltävling||57||Eva Blues||2||SCO||Giffock North ACC||4,20||-1,5||3,90||4,57|
|30-Jun||F17 800m||Finalheat 3||4||Annabel Ballantyne||1||SCO||Giffock North ACC||02:27.2||21||02:24.8|
|30-Jun||K Häck 400m||76 cm||Finalheat 4||–||Sophie Haldane||99||SCO||Giffock North ACC||bröt||–||01:06.2|
|30-Jun||P13 600m||Finalheat 1||4||Harris Paterson||4||SCO||Giffock North ACC||01:36.8||5||01:36.8|
|30-Jun||P13 600m||Finalheat 1||1||Jacob Luc||4||SCO||Giffock North ACC||01:33.5||1||01:33.5|
|30-Jun||P13 600m||Finalheat 2||5||Joseph Mckay||4||SCO||Giffock North ACC||01:47.9||16||01:47.9|
|30-Jun||P15 Hinder 1500m||76 cm||Final||5||Andrew Robertson||2||SCO||Giffock North ACC||04:59.1||04:59.1|
|30-Jun||P15 Hinder 1500m||76 cm||Final||4||Ethan Carolan||3||SCO||Giffock North ACC||04:57.6||04:57.6|
|30-Jun||P15 Längd||Kvaltävling||12||Reuben Nairne||2||SCO||Giffock North ACC||5,58||q||1,6||5,80|
|30-Jun||P15 Längd||Final||10||Reuben Nairne||2||SCO||Giffock North ACC||5,73||-0,2||5,80|
|30-Jun||P16 Längd||15||Kyle Mclean||1||SCO||Giffock North ACC||5,83||2,6||2,69 0,5||6,31|
|30-Jun||P17 800m||Finalheat 1||11||Nikolai Gajic||0||SCO||Giffock North ACC||02:03.2||15||01:57.7|
|30-Jun||P17 Häck 300m||84 cm||Finalheat 3||2||Callum Alexander||0||SCO||Giffock North ACC||43.04||13||43.04|
|30-Jun||P17 Hinder 2000m||91 cm||Final||12||Ben Shaw||1||SCO||Giffock North ACC||06:59.9||06:59.9|
|30-Jun||P19 Längd||Kvaltävling||4||Chris Mackay||99||SCO||Giffock North ACC||6,66||Q||-1,2||7.11|
|01-Jul||F13 60m||Försök heat 12||0,1||2||Niamh Smith||4||SCO||Giffock North ACC||8.59||8.38|
|01-Jul||F14 80m||Försök heat 3||3,7||1||Alyson Bell||3||SCO||Giffock North ACC||9.98||q||9.98|
|01-Jul||F14 80m||Finalheat 1||0,8||2||Alyson Bell||3||SCO||Giffock North ACC||9.99||9.98|
|01-Jul||F14 80m||Försök heat 15||3,1||5||Iona Denholm||3||SCO||Giffock North ACC||11.32||11.32|
|01-Jul||F14 80m||Försök heat 4||2,7||2||Lara Sturgeon||3||SCO||Giffock North ACC||10.99||10.99|
|01-Jul||F14 80m||Försök heat 13||1,3||2||Rachel Callan||3||SCO||Giffock North ACC||10.76||10.76|
|01-Jul||F15 80m||Försök heat 12||2,4||3||Eve Donaghy||2||SCO||Giffock North ACC||11.2||11.2|
|01-Jul||F15 80m||Försök heat 7||1,8||4||Freya Cowan||2||SCO||Giffock North ACC||10.86||10.86|
|01-Jul||F15 80m||Försök heat 13||1,8||4||Rosie Mckay||2||SCO||Giffock North ACC||10.81||10.81|
|01-Jul||F16 100m||Försök heat 5||0,7||3||Eve Denholm||1||SCO||Giffock North ACC||13.03||13.03|
|01-Jul||F16 100m||Försök heat 6||3,4||3||Rhea Campbell||1||SCO||Giffock North ACC||13.02||13.02|
|01-Jul||F17 100m||Försök heat 2||1,5||5||Rochelle Moukala||0||SCO||Giffock North ACC||12.98||q||12.81|
|01-Jul||F17 100m||Finalheat 2||1,5||4||Rochelle Moukala||0||SCO||Giffock North ACC||12.81||12.81|
|01-Jul||F17 1500m||Finalheat 1||10||Annabel Ballantyne||1||SCO||Giffock North ACC||05:01.9||10||04:59.3|
|01-Jul||F17 1500m||Finalheat 1||9||Emily Crusher||1||SCO||Giffock North ACC||04:58.5||9||04:48.6|
|01-Jul||F19 100m||Försök heat 3||1,5||4||Amy Donaghy||99||SCO||Giffock North ACC||12.73||q||12.52|
|01-Jul||F19 100m||Finalheat 2||2,9||9||Amy Donaghy||99||SCO||Giffock North ACC||12.67||12.52|
|01-Jul||F19 400m||Finalheat 2||1||Sophie Haldane||99||SCO||Giffock North ACC||58.28||5||58.28|
|01-Jul||K 1500m||Finalheat 2||10||Heather Barnes||2||SCO||Giffock North ACC||04:53.8||27||04:43.8|
|01-Jul||M 100m||Försök heat 1||3,6||7||John Hamilton||97||SCO||Giffock North ACC||11.3||11.3|
|01-Jul||P13 1500m||Finalheat 1||3||Harris Paterson||4||SCO||Giffock North ACC||04:44.5||3||04:44.5|
|01-Jul||P13 1500m||Finalheat 2||2||Joseph Mckay||4||SCO||Giffock North ACC||05:08.8||17||05:08.8|
|01-Jul||P14 800m||Finalheat 1||1||Murray Fotheringham||3||SCO||Giffock North ACC||02:07.3||1||01:59.7|
|01-Jul||P14 80m||Försök heat 6||1,7||4||Cameron Mckerrow||3||SCO||Giffock North ACC||10.54||10.54|
|01-Jul||P15 800m||Finalheat 3||3||Andrew Robertson||2||SCO||Giffock North ACC||02:11.7||21||02:11.7|
|01-Jul||P15 800m||Finalheat 3||–||Eoghan O´Donnell||2||SCO||Giffock North ACC||bröt||–||02:09.8|
|01-Jul||P15 Tresteg||14||Adam Deverill||2||SCO||Giffock North ACC||11,35||-0,8||11,35|
|01-Jul||P17 100m||Försök heat 2||2,1||1||Adam Clayton||0||SCO||Giffock North ACC||10.91||q||10.71|
|01-Jul||P17 100m||Finalheat 1||1,2||1||Adam Clayton||0||SCO||Giffock North ACC||10.75||10.71|
|01-Jul||P17 1500m||Finalheat 3||5||Ben Shaw||1||SCO||Giffock North ACC||04:30.2||38||04:26.4|
|01-Jul||P17 1500m||Finalheat 2||10||Nikolai Gajic||0||SCO||Giffock North ACC||04:20.4||26||04:08.7|
|01-Jul||P17 400m||Finalheat 3||5||Amini Hifi||1||SCO||Giffock North ACC||53.89||21||53.11|
|01-Jul||P19 Höjd||5||Chris Mackay||99||SCO||Giffock North ACC||191||2|
|01-Jul||P19 Längd||5||Chris Mackay||99||SCO||Giffock North ACC||6,96||2,1||6,91 -2,0||7.11|
|02-Jul||F13 200m||Finalheat 6||-0,1||2||Mary Rose Cairns||4||SCO||Giffock North ACC||28.93||39||28.93|
|02-Jul||F13 200m||Finalheat 1||0,8||8||Niamh Smith||4||SCO||Giffock North ACC||28.07||24||27.34|
|02-Jul||F13 Kula||2.0 kg||7||Jennifer Dallas||4||SCO||Giffock North ACC||11,53||11,53|
|02-Jul||F14 300m||Finalheat 1||1||Alyson Bell||3||SCO||Giffock North ACC||40.35||1||40.35|
|02-Jul||F14 Höjd||32||Rachel Callan||3||SCO||Giffock North ACC||134||145|
|02-Jul||F15 2000m||Finalheat 2||1||Clare Wallace||2||SCO||Giffock North ACC||06:56.5||9||06:56.5|
|02-Jul||F15 2000m||Finalheat 1||4||Heather Barnes||2||SCO||Giffock North ACC||06:38.7||4||06:38.7|
|02-Jul||F15 2000m||Finalheat 1||8||Jill Carswell||3||SCO||Giffock North ACC||06:55.3||8||06:55.3|
|02-Jul||F15 300m||Finalheat 6||3||Emma Gaston||2||SCO||Giffock North ACC||46.18||52||46.18|
|02-Jul||F15 300m||Finalheat 3||2||Eva Blues||2||SCO||Giffock North ACC||43.8||25||43.58|
|02-Jul||F15 300m||Finalheat 3||7||Freya Cowan||2||SCO||Giffock North ACC||45.41||48||45.41|
|02-Jul||F15 300m||Finalheat 4||8||Orla Lang||2||SCO||Giffock North ACC||45.28||44||44.88|
|02-Jul||F15 300m||Finalheat 3||4||Rosie Mckay||2||SCO||Giffock North ACC||44.14||29||43.46|
|02-Jul||F16 200m||Finalheat 2||1,6||2||Eve Denholm||1||SCO||Giffock North ACC||25.95||10||25.95|
|02-Jul||F16 200m||Finalheat 2||8||Rhea Campbell||1||SCO||Giffock North ACC||26.42||19||26.22|
|02-Jul||F17 200m||Finalheat 2||-1,1||5||Rochelle Moukala||0||SCO||Giffock North ACC||26.83||14||26.79|
|02-Jul||F19 200m||Finalheat 2||-0,1||7||Amy Donaghy||99||SCO||Giffock North ACC||26.23||20||25.72|
|02-Jul||M 200m||Finalheat 6||1,5||–||John Hamilton||97||SCO||Giffock North ACC||ej start||–||22.58|
|02-Jul||P13 200m||Finalheat 1||1,9||3||Jacob Luc||4||SCO||Giffock North ACC||25.47||3||25.23|
|02-Jul||P14 Höjd||2||Murray Fotheringham||3||SCO||Giffock North ACC||183||183|
|02-Jul||P14 Kula||4.0 kg||27||Cameron Mckerrow||3||SCO||Giffock North ACC||7,68||7,68|
|02-Jul||P15 2000m||Finalheat 2||13||Eoghan O´Donnell||2||SCO||Giffock North ACC||06:54.2||32||06:54.2|
|02-Jul||P15 2000m||Finalheat 1||9||Ethan Carolan||3||SCO||Giffock North ACC||06:16.9||9||06:16.9|
|02-Jul||P15 300m||Finalheat 4||6||Adam Deverill||2||SCO||Giffock North ACC||40.57||32||40.26|
|02-Jul||P15 Häck 80m||84 cm||Försök heat 2||-0,2||6||Reuben Nairne||2||SCO||Giffock North ACC||12.29||12.06|
|02-Jul||P16 200m||Finalheat 5||-1,0||5||Amini Hifi||1||SCO||Giffock North ACC||24.31||41||24.31|
|02-Jul||P16 200m||Finalheat 2||1,6||2||Kyle Mclean||1||SCO||Giffock North ACC||22.9||10||22.9|
|02-Jul||P17 200m||Finalheat 1||3,4||4||Adam Clayton||0||SCO||Giffock North ACC||22.4||4||22.22|
|02-Jul||P17 Häck 110m||91 cm||Försök heat 2||0,0||3||Callum Alexander||0||SCO||Giffock North ACC||15.4||q||15.4|
|02-Jul||P17 Häck 110m||Final||0,2||7||Callum Alexander||0||SCO||Giffock North ACC||15.45||15.4|
It would seem that this was a brilliantly well organised and planned experience by a superb team led by Jackie Alexander for all the athletes and the coaches and helpers who accompanied them. From Helen Nairne, hearing about this event from Brian Donaldson [then ADO Athletics Development Officer for Glasgow Sport] and raising it on many occasions as a competition experience, the adventure coming to fruition is a tribute to all those involved ,providing an invaluable experience for the 42 Athletes.