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Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland. Registered Charity SC05575.

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East District Relay Champions

Published on Friday, 17 October 2014 21:41

The District relays kicked off the Cross Country season last weekend with Pitreavie heading to Peebles for the East District event.  Pitreavie AAC won the Young Athletes female race in  a time of 30.40 with Under 13 athlete Jenny Gilanders having a great start by  passing onto U15 athlete Emily Nicholson in 4th place. Emily also ran a great leg and took the girls up to 2nd place. The pressure was on for Under 17 athlete Leah Davie who took it in her stride and brough the team home in first place to lift the title.

in addition to this team the club had great representation with the B team finishing 9th and the C team finishing 17th. These were very respectable finish places for both teams so well done.

In the Young Males race the Pitreavie team comprising of Lewis Blair, James Adam and Tyler White finished 4th and just missed out on a medal. The B team were 17th and the C team 22nd. Great to see six teams with the Pitreavie vests on!

Unfortunately we didn't have a male team entered but our female team comprising of Amy McAlpine, Sarah Ross and Kirsty Hutton did well to finish 32nd.

Well done to all who travelled to Peebles to represent the club, hopefully we will see you all again tomorrow at Stirling for the first of the East District Cross Country League matches. For those who don't know; there is no entry/preselection required, you just turn up on the day and run. We always encourage as many athletes as possible to participate and the abilities vary from seasoned cross-country goers to some of the sprints groups who use the Cross Country as a Winter endurance training session. It is probably also worth noting that in order for Under 11s to be eligible for the Club's Annual Award they must have taken part in Cross Country in addition to Track and Field.

For more detaila about the East District Cross Country league see

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