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1 Rosneath Results on Mon Jul 21, 2014 7:05 am



Former New Year Sprint winner Graeme Lister , Dalgety Bay raced to victory in the 90 metres handicap at the Rosneath Peninsula Games on Sunday[20th July].Lister broke the tape in 10.07 seconds to snatch the verdict over John McCallum, Campbeltown and Jack Wilson, Hawick, the latter also finished in a similar position in the 200 metres where victory went to front marker Keith Redpath in 22.70s, Martin Barr made it an East Kilbride AC 1 - 2 finishing runner up.

Rory Anderson, Hawick staved off the challenge of Dean Whiteford, Innerleithen and Wallace McGown, Sauchie to win the 400 metres handicap in 50.26 secs.

There was a clean sweep for Border athletes in the 800m handicap with Stewart Fraser coming home ahead of Hawick duo Kenny Short and Rory Anderson in2:01.95.
Fife redressed the balance in the 1600 metres handicap with victory going to Fergus McGaw, Dunfermline who crossed the finish line in 4:19.92 with Jordan Taylor, Hawick and and backmarker Matthew Turner, Shettleston filling the minor berths.

Similar to the previous day at Balloch, Craig Hardie, Dalgety Bay landed a 3200 metres and Deil double, Conor Nally, Yorryburn won the 800 metres with Charles Fletcher, Grantown on Spey sussessful in the 1600 metres.

Scott Rider who retained his World title the previous day at Loch Lomond once again emerged the overall winner in the heavy events. Rider who will represent England at the forthcoming Commonwealth Games won three events at Howie Park, the 16lb Hammer, Caber and 28lb Weight for Distancs. Lukasz Wenta won both light and heavy shot putts and shared first place with his brother Sebastien in the 56 over the bar, Sebastien also won the 22lb hammer.

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