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1 LORNE (Scotland) on Mon Jun 23, 2014 7:17 am

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NEW HIGH JUMP RECORD AT LORNE

Shane Fenton reports from Mossfield Park

Edinburgh AC's Angus Sinclair set a new ground record in the High Jump at the 2nd Lorne Highland Games at Oban on Sunday

Sinclair cleared 1.90m to eclipse the figures of 1.80 set by Allan Smith at the inaugural games in 2013. Sinclair then went on to have a couple of attempts on the Scottish record but failed narrowly on both ocassions.

Donald Tod, Glasgow City was the victor in the triple jump with a leap of 42'7'' with Jordan Charters, Lasswade AC jumping out to 21' 6.5'' to win the long jump.

There was a close finish to the Open 90 metres handicap with Ben McCullough-Young, Edinburgh AC edging out Donald Tod and Calum Innes, VP Glasgow, the latter who is just home from Canada where he studies at the Trinity Western University in Vancouver recently recorded a PB of 10.73 for the 100 metres which moved him up to 2nd place in the Scottish rankings for 2014.

Innes later went on to finish runner up in the 200 metres final behind Tod with John McCallum, Edinburgh AC in 3rd. The latter produced a powerful run to win the 400 metres, Craig Tomison from Oban gave the locals something to cheer by winning the 800 metres handicap with Matthew Turner Shettleston coming from the backmark to claim victory in the 1600 metres handicap.

Ewan Bradley, Inverness landed a treble in the youth's races with wins in the 200m, 400m and 800m handicaps.

FULL RESULTS TO FOLLOW.

2 Re: LORNE (Scotland) on Tue Jun 24, 2014 7:05 am

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RESULTS
OPEN 90M
1 Ben McCullough-Young Edinburgh AC [9.12S]
2 Donald Tod Glasgow City
3 Callum Innes VP Glasgow.
OPEN 200M
1 Donald Tod [20.92s]
2 Callum Innes
3 John McCallum
OPEN 400M
1 John McCallum [55.54]
2 Craig Tomison Oban
3 Willie Bates Tullibody
OPEN 800M
1 Craig Tomison [1:54,22]
2 Matthew Turner Shettleston
3 Willie Bates
OPEN 1600M
1 Matthew Turner[4:25.17]
2 Craig Tomison
John Bates Menstrie
YOUTH 90M
1 Scott Black Oban [11.02s]
2 Emma Thompson Oban
3 Ewan Bradley Inverness
YOUTH 200M
1 Ewan Bradley [23.71]
2 Scott Black 3
3 Emma Thompson
YOUTH 400M
1 Ewan Bradley [61.30]
2 Emma Thompson
3 Grace Thompson Oban
YOUTH 800M
1 Ewan Bradley [2:20.73]
2 Sean Bates Tullibody
3 Steven Bates Menstrie
OPEN LONG JUMP
1 Jordan Charters [21' 6.5'']
2 Donald Tod
3 Callum Innes
OPEN TRIPLE JUMP
1 Donald Tod [42' 7'']
2 Jordan Charters
3 Angus Sinclair
OPEN HIGH JUMP
1 Angus Sinclair [1.90m]New Games record
2 Jordan Charters
3 Callum Innes
HILL RACE
1 Tom Smith Lochaber
2 Colin Donnelly Lochaber
3 Craig Tomison Oban.

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