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Cambuslang Harriers, since its formation in 1948, has become one of the premier cross country and road running clubs across all age groups in Scotland. We also have a very talented girls and ladies group who now regularly win major team honours.
Well done to those who turned out to run and to help on what was a rather miserable morning weather wise. Many thanks to Bob Burt and Marine Harvest for the monster salmon, won by first home Jack Brown. Results below, any mistakes please let me know, thanks again. DaveT Xmas Handicap 2013 Results
Ronhill Cambuslang Harrriers men successfully defended their under 20, senior and masters’ west district team titles held over a testing muddy course at Kilmarnock. There was team success too for our under 20 ladies. Individually Sarah Benson finished a good second in the senior ladies race, Kerry-L I AM Wilson and Jamie Reid were first and third in the over 40 competition with club debutant Paul Thompson first in the over 50 category while Grant Sheldon and Ryan Thomson were 2nd and 3rd respectively in the under 20 men’s event. Although no medal was awarded Frank Hurley was the first […]
Monday 23rd Dec – training at track as usual Tuesday 24th – normal Tue night for those interested Wednesday 25th – 11am shops on Kings Park ave. (usually 7 to 8 miles) Thursday 26th to Tuesday 31st – meet at club car park for 11:00 1st Jan. – day off! (well, do your own thing) Thursday 2nd to Sunday 5th – meet at club car park for 11:00 then back to “normal”
Hi All a late reminder that the club Xmas Handicap will take place on Saturday 21st Dec. Please be at the club for 10:00 to allow the handicapping to be done, race itself will be at around 11:00, usual 5k-ish course start/finish in Stewarton Drive. See you there
On Sunday 2nd March we have our 10k and 3k races. These races are run on accurate 10k and 3k routes. The 10k race is an out and back flat, fast and traffic free route along the River Clyde walkway. Course map below for 10k See post below for the latest entries received. Pre-entries must be received by Friday 28th Feb 2014 to: Colin Feechan, 65 Aller Place, Livingston EH54 6RG (email@example.com). Cheques made payable to: Ron Hill Cambuslang. Changing and entries on the day from 9:00am -10:20am at Cambuslang Rugby and Sports Club, Langlea Road Cambuslang, G72 8HG where all […]
Ronhill Cambuslang Harriers featured prominently in the medals at the Lanarkshire Cross Country Championships at Coatbridge on Saturday 30 November 2013. The senior/veteran men filled the first 4 places and not surprisingly were clear winners of the team race. Robert Gilroy just edged out Stuart Gibson by 3 seconds after having being locked together throughout the 6 mile race. Jamie Reid after a steady start worked his way through to 3rd and first veteran with Gordon Robertson 4th. Ross Stephen in 7th place was the first under 20 athlete and Colin Feechan in 15th spot was the first veteran over […]
Thanks to all all runners who took part in the 4K last night and to those who helped with the stewarding and timing. There was a good turn out both for the 4K and the 2 shorter races. We were pleased to see Owen Walpole make his debut for the club. Owen only moved up from Durham to start work in Scotland yesterday. Once he settles in he will be an asset to our club. The 4k runners all started together apart from Katie who is on her active break at the moment. She ran a tempo solo run. Alistair […]
RHC are the new senior men’s Scottish Trail team champions, with outstanding individual and team performances at the picturesque sun-drenched village of Falkland, Fife on Saturday 25th May 2013. With 6 finishers to count in this 15km race superbly organised by Fife AC, RHC were led by recent Scottish XC champion Wegene Tafese, supported by 2nd fastest long leg runner from the 6-stage relays Josh Lilly and a number of our XC team medallists to ensure that we had 8 starters from the club. The 10k ladies race was first away with Edel Mooney of Lothian claiming individual victory and […]
The annual awards presentation will take place on Friday 14 June at the Rugby and Sports Club. There will be a buffet and a bar. Tickets are priced at £5 with family concessions available and will be on sale at the club from David Cooney on Tuesdays and Thursdays after training. Tickets can also be reserved by contacting David via the google group.
The final event of the cross country season took place at Livingston on Saturday in the form of the Scottish Road Relay Championships and Ronhill Cambuslang continued their success with two team gold medals and one bronze award. The club had a number of athletes missing due to injuries and to the event taking place over a holiday weekend. Our resources were further stretched due to the inclusion of an inaugural 4 man over 50 championship. Nevertheless, the vet over 35 and over 50 teams secured decisive victories with the junior/senior men gaining the bronze medals for the 3 rd consecutive year.
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