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East District Cross Country

Published on Sunday, 21 July 2013 21:06

Who is the team manager?

  • Penny Hicks

The best way to contact me is on the following;

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07711 976665

I can also usually be found in the stands with John Wands group on a Thursday, and sometimes on a Tuesday when we are not training off site.


2016/17 Match Dates


Match 1

 15th October 2016

Stirling University


Match 2

 19th November 2016



Match 3

 19th January 2017





Where can I find league information?

What is this league?

This is a cross-country league for all age groups and has over 40 competing clubs. The league records results for both individual age groups and for clubs as a whole.

Who competes in this league?

U11 up to Senior, both male and female.

What are the different matches?

There are three fixtures at different locations; however the same distance is covered. 

How is the team selected?

The three Eat District league fixtures are open to all athletes and there is no pre-entry or selection, you just turn up on the day. The range of abilities is wide - do not be afraid of being slower than everyone else! All Pitreavie runners wear No.7 and the first 3 juniors, or 6 for the seniors, to finish count for the club score.
Races start in order of age groups with the youngest off first. The races for the juniors are quite short, expect an U11 race to take about 8 minutes.

Your finishing place determines the club score. For example if the first three under 11 boys finished 1st, 10th and 15th the overall score would be 26. The team with the lowest score wins.

What is the race distance?

The following distances are approximate and vary slightly per venue:

U11 girls & boys 1.5K

U13 girls & boys  2.5K

U15 girls & boys and U17 women 3.5K

U17 men and junior/senior/vet women 6.4K

Junior/senior/vet men 10K


For more information see XC (Cross Country)


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