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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.
Results from today’s Xmas handicap races, well done to all: Pos Name Finish Time H’cap Actual Time 1 Fergus McGregor 09:42 01:30 08:12 2 Gordan Davis 10:02 01:35 08:27 3 Morven Crawford 10:09 00:00 10:09 4 Ross Tracey 10:11 01:05 09:06 5 Niamh Riggins 10:11 01:20 08:51 6 Eva Ritchie 10:29 00:00 10:29 7 Robbie Woods 10:40 01:25 09:15 8 Owen Gaugan 10:43 01:20 09:23 Pos Name Finish H’cap Actual 1 Ruaridh McGregor 11:00 01:50 09:10 2 Lauren McEwan 11:11 01:15 09:56 3 Keir Crawford 11:21 01:25 09:56 4 Katie Moss 11:29 00:00 11:29 5 Aaron Greig […]
Online entries are now closed for the DBTR 10 and 3k races.
It might seem far off at the moment, but take note, out annual 'Down By The River'10k & 3k take place on the 1st March 2015, more detail will follow, but for the moment you can download the leaflet/entry form here – down by the river flyer-2014
Ronhill Cambuslang Harriers are pleased to announce the receipt of a £2,000 grant from The Big Lottery Fund 2014 Communities Award. The Club will use this funding to run cross country events for schools, including a coaching programme and taster sessions. It will also go towards publicising the club, to increase the numbers of people taking part in running. The 2014 Communities Fund awarded grants of between £300 and £2,000 encouraging people to take part in physical activity as part of the 2014 Games legacy. press release below http://www.biglotteryfund.org.uk/global-content/press-releases/scotland/021014_scot_cga_games-legacy-continues
A good turn out this morning for the local schools cross country races organised by Ronhill Cambuslang Harriers, particularly the P6/7. A big thank you to the athletes volunteers, parents and schools, full results on the website. P6/7 Girls 1. Emily Watson, Westcoats 7:00 2. Eilidh Kennedy, James Ayton 7:08 3. Rhiannon Morris, Hallside 7:14 P6/7 Boys 1. Euan McLew, Westcoats 5:55 2. Francis MacPhee, St Columbkilles 6:16 3. Sean Friel, St Columbkilles 6:27 S1/2 Girls 1. Chloe Burton, Cathkin 7:45 2. Brooke Silva, Mearn Castle 7:47 Lauren McEwan, Trinity 7:50 S1/2 Boys 1. Aaron Lonie, Stonelaw 7:06 2. Keir Crawford, […]
An important reminder to all athletes, parents and coaches that the annual club presentation evening will be held at the Cambuslang Rugby and Sports Club on Friday 29th August 2014 – 7.30pm for 8.00 pm. Tickets which include a buffet are priced at £5, with concessions available for family tickets. Tickets should be on sale at the club from next Tuesday (12th August) although you can contact any coach or official to put your name down in advance of this. Hopefully the event will be well attended by club members. Any Under 14’s must be accompanied by an adult. We […]
As intimated through our Google group last Thursday evening, we were all saddened to hear of the death of Jimmy Sands, one of the club’s great characters. The Email responses exemplified how much he was revered within the club, and he will be sadly missed. His funeral will take place on Friday 6th June at 1pm, Woodside Crematorium, Paisley. Family flowers only please, however, if you feel you need to do something a donation to Accord Hospice would be appreciated by the family. A great tribute to Jimmy by Richard Brickley can be found on the following link: http://www.scottishathletics.org.uk/index.php?p=221
Wednesday night’s race was a tremendous success for the club. We convincingly won the team title for the first time (15 points) ahead of Central (26) and Shettleston (28) who fielded the same team which pipped us for the Scottish 10 mile team championship.Grant took an excellent 2nd place and first U20 in a very strong field while taking 27 seconds off his pb. Hopefully Grant will shortly be selected to represent Scotland in the Triathlon for the Commonwealth Games. Good back up came from Ben and Stuart who in 6th and 7th were just outside the 15 minute mark taking […]
After adjusting some teams due to late call offs, team manager David Cooney was confident that the club would give a good account of itself in defending both M40 and M50 masters titles and attempting to improve upon last year’s 3rd place for the senior men’s team. His confidence was rewarded once again with some fine performances. After a misty morning in Livington, the athletes lined up for a midday start in somewhat cold and breezy conditions, with the relay legs alternating between a short leg (3.1m) followed by a long leg (5.8m). Caitlin Hendry was our only lady athlete […]
Ronhill Cambuslang Harriers won several awards on Tuesday 11th March at the Rutherglen and Cambuslang Sports Performers of the year awards, in Rutherglen Town Hall. Kade Thomas won the Junior Male The club won Team of the year Frank Hurley won the Veteran award and club stalwart Robert Anderson won the Scottish Association of Local sports Council Award, and also a Special award for his long and valued contribution to local sport Full results:-
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