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Billy Glasgow reports that club finished 3rd at Match 2 although this is still subject to final scrutiny. Sadly due to holidays and lack of availability there were too many missed events but nevertheless some good performances by those who competed. Thanks to all the coaches, officials and those who helped on the day.

Notably good performances by young Sam Young in his 1st event representing GN in the U15BHJ, also good wins by Rueben Nairne & Murray Fotheringham in the U13 Boys HJ. Two great U11 Boys Long jumpers in Liam Duggan & Gordon Wylie plus Fraser Lipp & Aiden Flynn in the U13 Boys LJ. Not to be outdone good performances by Isla Scott & Imogen Maher in the U11 girls LJ. They were also 1st A & B in the U11 150m’s. Good performances by Lynn & Charlotte McKenna in the U15 girls 1500m’s. The boys also did well on the track with 2 x 1st in the U13 boys hurdles by Rueben Nairne & Clark Marshall. In the U11’s 600m Gordon Wylie & Dylan Kelly were both 1st . Murray Fotheringham was 2nd A in the u13 boys 1500m & Christopher was 1st B.

U11 Girls Report by Isla Fotheringham
CSSAL On Sunday 28th June at Wishaw Isla Scott, Imogen Maher, Nuala O’Donnell, Lindsey Martin, Kate Paul, Daria Martinolli took part in the CSSAL with the help of Assistant Team Manager, Isla Fotheringham.
They competed in Long Jump, 150m, 600m & Relay. In Long Jump Isla S jumped 3.41m & Imogen jumped 3.13m. In 150m Isla came 1st with 24.04 & Imogen came 5th with 25.60. In the 600m Nuala came 3rd with 2.05.60 & Kate came 7th with 2.14.79.The last race was the relay – Lyndsey, Imogen, Isla & Daria were in the relay team. The order was Lyndsey then Imogen then Daria then Isla. They finished in first place!

Great performances, PBs and points from all.
The Under 11 boys performed very well too with wins in the sprints by Liam Duggan and in the 600m with Gordon Wylie in a great PB of 1.56 and Dylan Kelly gaining maximum points too. To top it all the quartet of Liam Duggan, Gordon Wylie , Mathew Donegan and Dominic Munro won the Relay too .

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