Championship

The club championship runs every year and culminates with The Great Scottish Run in September. Trophies are given out for the top male and female and also for the top vets. Members complete a minimum of seven races from a list of 20 races – 2 short, 2 medium, 2 long and another 1 which will be your best scoring race after the two in each category are allocated. Races range from 5K to Marathons, and at least one of the scoring races needs to be a half marathon or marathon.  Most of us already run lots of races in a year, so why not plan your race calendar around the championship?

There will be regular updates of the scores on the message board, so you’ll be able to see how you fare alongside your mates.
Runners will be awarded points for their finishing times in championship races. Points will be awarded for these times according to recognised tables. The runner’s 7 best times (and highest points) will count towards the club championship.
Awards
EVERYONE who completes the Championship criteria will be awarded a special Club Championship memento!
Prizes will be awarded to the overall Club Champions i.e. the highest scoring male and female from the senior, vet (40+ for both men and women as of 1st January 2011) and super vet (45+ for women and 50+ for men as of 1st January 2011) categories. The winner of each category takes home the annual club trophy.
Prizes will be available in the following categories. It is only possible to be awarded a prize in your own age category.
All qualifiers – special memento
Senior 1st, 2nd and 3rd – trophy for 1st place, prizes for first 3
Vet 1st , 2nd and 3rd – trophy for 1st place, prizes for first 3
Supervet 1st
The club championship runs every year and culminates with The Great Scottish Run in September. Trophies are given out for the top male and female and also for the top vets. Members complete a minimum of seven races from a list of 20 races – 2 short, 2 medium, 2 long and another 1 which will be your best scoring race after the two in each category are allocated. Races range from 5K to Marathons, and at least one of the scoring races needs to be a half marathon or marathon.  Most of us already run lots of races in a year, so why not plan your race calendar around the championship?
There will be regular updates of the scores on the message board, so you’ll be able to see how you fare alongside your mates.
Runners will be awarded points for their finishing times in championship races. Points will be awarded for these times according to recognised tables. The runner’s 7 best times (and highest points) will count towards the club championship.
Awards
EVERYONE who completes the Championship criteria will be awarded a special Club Championship memento!
Prizes will be awarded to the overall Club Champions i.e. the highest scoring male and female from the senior, vet (40+ for both men and women as of 1st January 2011) and super vet (45+ for women and 50+ for men as of 1st January 2011) categories. The winner of each category takes home the annual club trophy.
Prizes will be available in the following categories. It is only possible to be awarded a prize in your own age category.
All qualifiers – special memento
Senior 1st, 2nd and 3rd – trophy for 1st place, prizes for first 3
Vet 1st , 2nd and 3rd – trophy for 1st place, prizes for first 3
Supervet 1st Trophy/Prizes  Trophy/Prizes

The club championship runs every year and culminates with The Great Scottish Run in September. Trophies are given out for the top male and female and also for the top vets. Members complete a minimum of seven races from a list of 20 races – 2 short, 2 medium, 2 long and another 1 which will be your best scoring race after the two in each category are allocated. Races range from 5K to Marathons, and at least one of the scoring races needs to be a half marathon or marathon.  Most of us already run lots of races in a year, so why not plan your race calendar around the championship?

There will be regular updates of the scores on the message board, so you’ll be able to see how you fare alongside your mates.

Runners will be awarded points for their finishing times in championship races. Points will be awarded for these times according to recognised tables. The seven best times (and highest points) will count towards the club championship.

Awards

EVERYONE who completes the Championship criteria will be awarded a special Club Championship memento!

Prizes will be awarded to the overall Club Champions i.e. the highest scoring male and female from the senior, vet (40+ for both men and women as of 1st January 2011) and super vet (45+ for women and 50+ for men as of 1st January 2011) categories. The winner of each category takes home the annual club trophy.

Prizes will be available in the following categories. It is only possible to be awarded a prize in your own age category once all open prizes have been allocated.

All qualifiers – special memento

Open 1st, 2nd and 3rd – trophy for 1st place, prizes for first 3

Vet 1st, 2nd and 3rd – trophy for 1st place, prizes for first 3

Supervet 1st Trophy/Prizes

Previous winners

2009/10

Ladies Snr

Jane Simpson

Ladies Vet

Claire Wharton

Mens Snr

Kenny Richmond

Mens Vet

Gerry Scullion

Mens Super Vet

Al Maclachlan

2008/09

Ladies Snr

Claire Thompson

Ladies Vet

Emma Birnie

Mens Snr

Colin McGill

Mens Vet

Al Maclachlan

Mens Super Vet

Norman Boyle

2007/08

Ladies Snr

Claire Thompson

Ladies Vet

Emma Birnie

Mens Snr

Matt Williamson

Mens Vet

Al Maclachlan

2006/07

Ladies Snr

Helen Stuart

Ladies Vet

Sarah Dowling

Mens Snr

Kenny Richmond

Mens Vet

Al Maclachlan

2005/06

Ladies Snr

Helen Stuart

Ladies Vet

Julia Harris

Mens Snr

Kenny Richmond

Mens Vet

Al Maclachlan

2004/05

Ladies Snr

Helen Stuart

Ladies Vet

Kate Gray

Mens Snr

Kenny Richmond

Mens Vet

Al Maclachlan

2003/04

Ladies Snr

Debbie Ferns

Ladies Vet

Eileen Reilly

Mens Snr

Kenny Richmond

Mens Vet

Dougie MacGregor

Full Results

Points table