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Bridge of Allan (Scotland)

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1 Bridge of Allan (Scotland) on Mon Aug 05, 2013 7:18 am

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THRILLING COMPETITION AT BRIDGE OF ALLAN

Shane Fenton reports from the Wallace Monument

A crowd of in the region of 8000 were treated to some excellent competition at the Bridge of Allan Highland Games on Sunday.

Held in glorious sunshine the 161st Strathallan Meeting lived up to it's reputation as the leading athletics meeting on the games circuit.

The British Heavy Events Championship was a truly international competition with competitors from Poland, Iceland, Holland, Belgium, Australia and England who joined Scotland's top throwers Bruce Robb, Craig Sinclair, Lorne Colthart and Kyle Randalls.

The bookies favourite was Scott Rider from Kent who recently took the World title at Loch Lomond, and he didn't let his backers down winning 4 of the seven disciplines, finishing runner up in two and 4th in another for a total of 37 points to take the title.
Sebastien Wenta from Poland finished runner up with 26.5 points with his brother Lukasz joint third on 18 points with Craig Sinclair, Drumoak.

There was some exiting finishes on the track, the top prize of the day was the £600 for the victor in the 90 metres handicap, this went to Craig Bruce[16'5] from Selkirk, but only after the judges had to consult the photo finish equipment.

Border athletes won the two Youth's 90 metre events, Brodie Cowan, Jedburgh won the 10-12 age group with Eve Huxley, Innerleithen victorious in the older 13-15 category.

Wallace McGown, Sauchie produced his best performance of the season to land the 800 metres while former New Year Sprint winner Martyn Paterson produced a sparkling run to from the backmark to claim victory in the 400 metres.

Scottish hill international Christine Rankin, Kilbarchan turned in a strong performance to win the 1600 metres while in the 3200 metres Derek Scott, Hawick led from flagfall to tape.

Dougie Shaw, Edinburgh was the man in form on the bilkes with wins in both the 800m and 3200m, James Melville, Dumbarton took the 1600m with Craig Hardie, Dalgety Bay taking the concluding Deil.

Top Scot's jumper Tony Daffurn, Kilbarchan who had been competing down south on Saturday flew back up just in time to contest the Long and Triple Jumps, and the rush was worthwhile as he landed the double with David Watson runner up on both occasion

OPEN 90M
1 CRAIG BRUCE SELKIRK[9.40]
2 MARTHA DOUGLAS JEDBURGH
3 RYAN CALDER CENTRAL AC

OPEN 200M
1 IAN DOUGLAS SELKIRK[20.36]
2 BILLY MARTIN GLENROTHES
3 MARTHA DOUGLAS JEDBURGH

OPEN 400M
1 MARTYN PATERSON CENTRAL AC [49.92]
2 BILLY MARTIN GLENROTHES
3 ANDREW HOMSON JEDBURGH

OPEN 800M
1 WALLACE MCGOWN SAUCHIE[1:53.61]
2 ANDREW THOMSON JEDBURGH
3 GARY TURNER CAMPBELLTOWN

OPEN 1600M
1 CHRISTINA RANKIN KILBARCHAN[4:20.02]
2. COLIN WELSH KELSO
3 CRAIG ROBERTSON PITREAVIE AC

OPEN 3200M
1 DEREK SCOTT HAWICK[10:10.48]
2 WAYNE MCINTOSH KELSO
3 CRAIG ROBERTSON PITREAVIE AC

90M INVITATION
1 DAVY RAE HAWICK [9.70]
2 JAMIE SINCLAIR KILBARCHAN
3 EWAN DYER PITREAVIE AC

YOUTH 90M [10-12]
1 BRODIE COWAN JEDBURGH [9.72]
2 NATASHA TURNBULL PEEBLES
3 AIDEN BAMBRICK JEDBURGH

YOUTH 90M [13-15]
1 EVE HUXLEY INNERLEITHEN[9.90]
2 RIHANNA MCINTOSH INVERNESS HARRIERS
3 RACHAEL WICKS LEITHENBURN

YOUTH 200M [10-12]
1 BRODIE COWAN [23.68]
2 AIDEN BAMBRICK JEDBURGH
3 LUKE MCLEAN PEEBLES

YOUTH 200M [13-15]
1 RIHANNA MCINTOSH INVERNESS HARRIERS[23.84]
2 RYAN HOUTEN CADRONA
3 ELLIE THOMAS SELKIRK

YOUTH 400M [10-12]
1 CRAIG ANGUS LEITHENBURN[54.46]
2 SEAN BATES TULLIBODY
3 CAMERON MCINTOSH INVERNESS HARRIERS

YOUTHS 400M [13-15]
1 KIERAN HALLIDAY CENTRAL AC[54.36]
2 RIHANNA MCINTOSH INVERNESS HARRIERS
3 RACHAEL WICKS LEITHENBU4RN

YOUTHS 800M [10-12]
1 CRAIG ANGUS LEITHENBURN [1:58.50]
2 CAMERON MCINTOSH INVERNESS HARRIERS
3 JACK AMOS JEDBURGH

YOUTH 800M 13-15]
1 ZAYNA AZIZ SELKIRK [2:01.80]
2 RUARIDH BRITTON LEITHENBURN
3 SCARLET YATES JEDBURGH

LONG JUMP
1 TONY DAFFURN KILBARCHAN [20' 7'']
2 DAVID WATSON KILBARCHAN
3 JORDAN CHARTERS EDINBURGH AC
4 STEVEN CHARTERS EDINBURGH AC

TRIPLE JUMP
1 TONY DAFFURN KILBARCHAN
2 DAVID WATSON KILBARCHAN
3 DAVID CLUNIE OBAN
4 JORDAN CHARTERS EDINBURGH AC

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