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Mull (Scotland)

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1 Re: Mull (Scotland) on Sun Jul 24, 2011 1:34 pm


Well done to John Hilditch getting up for the win, also good to see Wallace McGown there abouts.

2 Re: Mull (Scotland) on Mon Jul 25, 2011 9:06 am


Great meet run on a par 3 hole of a golf course. Running is conducted in an anti clockwise direction. To get there you catch the ferry from Oban to Tobermory on the isle of Mull. In 1995 I won the 90 yards handicap and 800 scracth both paying 50 pounds to the winner. With my 2 scotish mates we split our winnings for the day, about 270 pounds, and I think we drank most of it that night in Oban. During this time of year there is a race on every day of the week for 2 weeks. A great experience and one that should not be missed.

3 Re: Mull (Scotland) on Mon Jul 25, 2011 9:18 am


I'm going dizzy. It is run clockwise not anti clockwise on a track similar to Bay Sheff with tiny bends at the end of long straights.

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