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1 Alva(Scotland) on Sun Jul 10, 2016 11:50 pm

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RAIN FAILS TO DAMPEN SPIRITS AT160th ALVA GAMES
Shane Fenton reports from the Johnstone Park

Intermittent rain throughout the afternoon failed to dampen the spirits of the competitors and spectators alike who converged on the Johnstone Park for the 160th Celebration of the famous Alva Games. Despite the conditions a good crowd witnessed some excellent competition. It looked for an instance that the highland dancers would have to retreat to a hall but they also managed to complete their full programme outdoors.

The biggest prize of the day is the £400 which goes to the winner of the Open 90 metres Sprint Handicap and it was won by Cameron Smith,Tullibody who held off the challenges of both Jordan Charters,Dolphinton and backmarker John McClennan ,Central AC. This was Smith's fourth 90m win this season following victories at Markinch, Cupar and Kenmore.

The Open 200 metres saw Lee Goodfellow,TLJT repeat his win from 12 months ago getting up in the last few strides to collar Geoff Keen,Selkirk and Ewan Bradley,Inverness. The latter turned in a strong performance to secure victory in the Open 400 metres powering down the straight ahead of Donald McLeod,Stornoway and Graeme Gibson,Cowdenbeath.

Running from the backmark, Rory Muir,Aberdeen AC timed his run to perfection to win the 800 metres Handicap overhauling Ewan Bradley in the home straight with last years winner Dean Whiteford,Innerleithen in third. Later in the afternoon Muir went on to land a double with victory in the 3200 metres Handicap, running from the sctatch mark he appeared to have the race won with two laps remaining, Dean Whiteford however dug in and with one of his customary late bursts forced Muir to up the ante in the closing 150 yards to secure the win.

Tyler White,Pitreavie AC who finished in third place was a comfortable winner of the 1600 metres Hamdicap coming clear of the field to win in 4:34.17, Dean Whiteford and Graeme Gibson filled the minor berths.

It was a good day for the Pitreavie AC duo of Lewis Dow and Caleb McLeod in the Youth races who both landed a double. McLeod won both the Youth's 90 metres and 200 metres Handicaps

with Dow securing wins in the 800 metres and 400 metres handicaps. The Youth's track events were boosted by the large contingent of junior hill runners who had travelled up from the Lake District and it was one of them who won the Youth's 1600 metres handicap with Harvey Lewis, Thornton-in-Craven breaking the tape in 4 minutes 47 seconds.

Five cyclists contested the four races on the card, the feature event the Scottish 3200 metres Championship saw Charles Fletcher,Grantown on Spey retain his title, holding off the determined challenge of James Melville,Dumbarton and Steve Jackson,Glasgow.. The latter pair had won races earlier in the day with Jackson racing to victory in the 800 metres and Melville in the 1600 metres.The final race of the day for the bikers was the Deil tak the Hindmost where victory went to Charles Fletcher.

The British Hill Race Championship was won by Duncan Coombs from Aberdeen further details to follow along with the heavy events report.

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Results 2016

160th Famous Alva Games - Saturday 9th July 2016            
           
90m OPEN         MK    TIME
1st    Cameron Smith, Tulibody    9m    10.30secs
2nd    Jordan Charters, Dolphnton    6m    
3rd    John McLennan, Central     4.5m    
           
90m OPEN     INVITATION HANDICAP    MK    TIME
1st    Peter Denholm, Melrose    8m    10.80secs
2nd    Donald Macleod, Stornoway    8m    
3rd    Francis Smith, Rosyth    8m    
           
200m OPEN         MK    TIME
1st    Lee Godfellow, TLJT    18m    22.48secs
2nd    Geoff Keen, Selkirk    23m    
3rd    Ewen Bradley, Inverness    18m    
           
400m OPEN        MK    TIME
1st    Ewen Bradley, Inverness    38m    52.61secs
2nd    Donald Macleaod, Stornoway    28m    
3rd    Graeme Gibson, Cowdenbeath    33m    
           
800m OPEN        MK    TIME
1st    Rory Muir, City of Aberdeen    15m    1m 59.82secs
2nd    Ewen Bradley, Inverness    55m    
3rd    Dean Whiteford, Innerleithen    60m    
           
1600m OPEN         MK    TIME
1st    Tyler White, Pitreavie AC    90m    4m 34.17secs
2nd    Dean Whiteford, Innerleithen    120m    
3rd    Graeme Gibson, Cowdenbeath    90m    
           
3200m OPEN         MK    TIME
1st    Rory Muir, City of Aberdeen    X    10m 29.51s
2nd    Dean Whiteford, Innerleithen    X    
3rd    Tyler White, Pitreavie    X    
           
90m YOUTHS        MK    TIME
1st      Caleb McLeod, Pitreavie     24m    10.64secs
2nd     Ross McKnight, Dollar    8m    
3rd     Sean Bates, Tullibody    16m    
           
200m YOUTHS        MK    TIME
1st      Caleb McLeod, Pitreavie    45m    24.57secs
2nd     Lewis Carr, Skipton    46m    
3rd     Ross McKnight, Dollar    16m    
           
400m YOUTHS        MK    TIME
1st      Lewis Dow, Dunfermline    60m    56.70secs
2nd     Caleb McLeod, Pitreavie    90m    
3rd     Lewis Carr, Skipton        
           
800m YOUTHS        MK    TIME
1st    Lewis Dow, Dunfermline    80m    2m 11.26secs
2nd    Caleb McLeod, Pitreavie    150m    
3rd    Hannah Steel, Lothian Running Club    145m    
           
1600m YOUTHS         MK    TIME
1st    Harvey Lewis, Thornton in Craven    190m    4m 47.35secs
2nd    Alice Jones, Skipton    250m    
3rd    Lewis Dow, Dunfermline    175m    
           
800m OPEN    CYCLING    MK    TIME
1st    Stevie Jackson, Glasgow     65m    1min 20.00secs
2nd    James Melville, Dumbarton    50m    
3rd    David Mathieson, Newburgh    120m    
           
1600m OPEN    CYCLING    MK    TIME
1st    James Melville, Dumbarton    100m    2m 55. 77secs
2nd    Stevie Jackson, Glasgow    120m    
3rd    David Mathieson, Newburgh    200m    
           
3200m OPEN    SCOTTISH CHAMPIONSHIP    MK    TIME
1st    Charles Fletcher, Grantown on Spey    SCR    7m 09.01secs
2nd    James Melville, Dumbarton    SCR    
3rd    Stevie Jackson, Glasgow    SCR    
           
DEIL    CYCLING        
1st    Charles Fletcher, Grantown on Spey        
2nd    Stevie Jackson, Glasgow        
3rd    James Melville, Dumbarton        
           
16lb STONE            
1st    Lukas Wenta, East Kilbride    56' 4"    
2nd    Sebastien Wenta, Poland    50' 2"    
3rd      Kyle Randalls, Grangemouth    45' 6"    
           
22lb STONE            
1st    Lukas Wenta, East Kilbride    44' 8"    
2nd    Sebastien Wenta, Poland    40' 3"    
3rd    Kyle Randalls, Grangemouth     37' 9"    
           
16lb HAMMER            
1st    Kyle Randalls, Grangemouth    137' 7"    
2nd    Lukas Wenta, Poland    134' 6"    
3rd     Sebastien Wenta, Poland     132' 2"    
           
22lb HAMMER            
1st    Kyle Randalls, Grangemouth    120' 9"    
2nd    Lukas Wenta, East Kilbride    115' 9"    
3rd    Sebastien Wenta, Poland    113' 5"    
           
28lb Distance            
1st      Lukas Wenta, East Kilbride     82' 5"    
2nd       Sebastien Wenta, Poland    79' 2"    
3rd    Kyle Randalls, Grangemouth    75' 8"    
           
56lb over Bar            
1st      Lukas Wenta, Poland     15' 6"    
2nd EQ    Kyke Randalls & Sebastien Wenta    15' 0"    
3rd EQ    Stuart Anderson, Lochearnhead & Kyle Davis    12' 0"    
           
CABER            
1st     Lukas Wenta, East Kilbride        
2nd      Sebastien Wenta, Poland        
3rd    Stuart Anderson, Lochearnhead        
           
POINTS            
1st     Lukas Wenta - 40 pts        
2nd    Sebastien Wenta, Poland - 32.5pts        
3rd    Kyle Randalls - 31.5pts        
           
Athlete of the Day    Lee Goodfellow TLJT        
Junior Athlete     Caleb McLeod, Pitreavie        
Cycling Points    James Melville & Stevie Jackson        
Best Local    Cameron Smith, Tullibody

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