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Bridge of Allan(Scotland)

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1 Bridge of Allan(Scotland) on Mon Aug 03, 2015 6:43 am

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RIDER RULES AT RAINY STRATHALLAN

Despite the damp conditions the large crowd at the Bridge of Allan Highland Games witnessed some excellent competition.

Scott Rider emerged victorious from a strong field of heavy event competitors to add the SHGA British title to the World title he won at Loch Lomond a fortnight ago.

New Year Sprint runner up Ryan Houten, Cardrona went one better on this occasion, he had to run all the way to line however to claim the £600 prize.With  a few metres to run, Martha Douglas, Jedburgh looked like making it back to back female winners only to be snared in the last stride by Houten's power-packed finish. Connor Gillon, Kelso was third. Ian McEwan,Whitemoss, Cameron Grieve, TLJT and Ben Coates, Edinburgh AC made up the final line-up.

There was Borders success in the two divisions of the Youth's 90 metres. Charlie Rae, Hawick was the victor in the 9-12 years category with Rhianna Sterricks, Leithenburn racing to victory in the older 13-15 years age-group.

All three 200 metres races produced close finishes, in the Open race, Geoff Keen,Selkirk just failed to follow up his Airth win from the previous week when he was collared close home by Leon Ali, Hawick with Ross Kirk, Kelty close up in third. Three runners flashed over the line in unison in the 12-15 years race and a blown up photo was required to determine that Sean Bates,Tullibody had edged out Keiran Halliday , Central AC and Brodie Cowan, Jedburgh.Cameron Blanche, Bridge of Allan gave the locals something to cheer by retaining his title in the 9-12 years race.

2015 New Year Sprint winner Dylan Ali Hawick won the 400 metres in impressive fashion powering through from the backmark to break the tape in 50.61 seconds from Craig Robertson,Pitreavie AC and Kobi Stevens, Moorfoot. Campbell Downie,Pitreavie and Keiran Halliday were the respective winners of the the two Youth 400 metres races.

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