Club Championship 2019

Club Championship Update - September

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There were some great performances at the Stirling 10k recently with valuable club championship points collected as we go into the final few races of the season.

Paul Emery and Charlotte Moran are still holding onto top spots in the overall championship competition but there have been changes in the podium places for both men and women. Lots still to run for.

In the handicap competition, there have been no changes in the significant places for the women but a good run from Scott Cumming at Stirling has meant he leap frogs up into 3rd, with Martin Maginnis the casualty in this instance.

As runners start to accumulate more points, the standings are becoming closer. All to play for. Next up Linlithgow 10k on the 6th October. Don’t forget you can still get a half marathon or marathon time in too.

As usual, if you think you’ve a race performance that has been missed, please email: jeredding@hotmail.com .

The scores on the doors:

Male

  1. Paul Emery (490)

  2. Paul Dudchenko (488)

  3. Scott Cumming (461)

  4. John Redding (400)

  5. Martin Maginnis (397)

  6. Colin Sumpter (394)

  7. Scott Hyslop (386)

  8. Angus Gallie (380)

  9. Ian Lockhart (369)

  10. Roddy Simpson (369)

Female

  1. Charlotte Moran (492)

  2. Mandy Cazes (491)

  3. Karen Outram (391)

  4. Rosemary Gallagher (391)

  5. Frances Wood (387)

  6. Claire Rice (386)

  7. Mairi Watts (300)

  8. Kathryn Holm (295)

  9. Jennifer Newton (294)

  10. Alison Marshall (283)

Handicap standings:

Male

  1. Paul Emery (489)

  2. Scott Cumming (487)

  3. Paul Dudchenko (483)

  4. Angus Gallie (396)

  5. Martin Maginnis (393)

  6. John Redding (386)

  7. Ian Lockhart (383)

  8. Roddy Simpson (373)

  9. Scott Hyslop (300)

  10. Darren Dick (299)

Female

  1. Mandy Cazes (500)

  2. Charlotte Moran (483)

  3. Frances Wood (392)

  4. Kathryn Holm (299)

  5. Karen Outram (396)

  6. Lorna Simpson (192)

  7. Laura Finlay (399)

  8. Jill Horsburgh (100)

  9. Kirsty Oliver (99)

  10. Rebecca Evans (97)

Club Championship Update - August

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A we enter the 2nd half of the year there have been some valuable points scored over the last few weeks at both designated races and our floating events. What that now means is this….

Paul Emery and Charlotte Moran are holding onto their lead with both of them having done the required 5 races to count. Will they need to post a back-up time or 2 to keep that lead? Behind Paul is another Paul (Dudchenko) and a queue of athletes having completed 3 races who could easily be on the podium with another 2 performances. For the women, Mandy Cazes and Frances Wood are staying close to Charlotte out in front, and again a gathering of runners who could jump a few places with another good performance or 2.

Onto the handicap, Paul has a hand on this trophy too, but can he hold on tight enough as we approach both the Stirling 10k and Linlithgow 10k in the next couple of months. Mandy Cazes, showing her improvement over the year so far, has leap frogged our Champs leader Charlotte into first place with Frances Wood also currently on the podium.

If you think you done a race to count and I’ve missed it, then please email John at: jeredding@hotmail.com.

Championship standings as it stands:

Male

  1. Paul Emery (481)

  2. Paul Dudchenko (393)

  3. John Redding (300)

  4. Martin Maginnis (297)

  5. Colin Sumpter (295)

  6. Michael Watts (290)

  7. Scott Hyslop (288)

  8. Ian Boxall (286)

  9. Angus Gallie (284)

  10. Alex Wood (278)

Female

  1. Charlotte Moran (492)

  2. Mandy Cazes (483)

  3. Frances Wood (387)

  4. Claire Rice (386)

  5. Kathryn Holm (295)

  6. Rosemary Gallagher (294)

  7. Alison Marshall (283)

  8. Mairi Watts (200)

  9. Jennier Newton (198)

  10. Lorna Simpson (197)

Handicap standings:

Male

  1. Paul Emery (485)

  2. Paul Dudchenko (391)

  3. Angus Gallie (297)

  4. Martin Maginnis (296)

  5. John Redding (293)

  6. Ian Boxall (292)

  7. Michael Watts (291)

  8. Scott Cumming (289)

  9. Ian Lockhart (288)

  10. Roddy Simpson (282)

Female

  1. Mandy Cazes (496)

  2. Charlotte Moran (483)

  3. Frances Wood (392)

  4. Kathryn Holm (299)

  5. Alison Marshall (297)

  6. Karen Outram (198)

  7. Lorna Simpson (192)

  8. Jill Horsburgh (100)

  9. Kirsty Oliver (99)

  10. Rebecca Evans (97)

Club Championship Update - May

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There has been a flurry of activity of the last  few weeks with Grangemouth 10k, the National 5k Championships and some impressive marathon performances. The leaderboards are starting to take shape as athletes put down times.

In the Men’s completion, Paul Emery has taken an early lead with some great performances over 5k, 10k and the half marathon. The ubiquitous Paul Dudchenko is also in the podium places alongside John Redding. However, it’s tight at the top and there are lots more races to go.

Charlotte Moran leads the Women’s competition with Mandy Cazes and Frances Wood following in hot pursuit. Again, only 1 or 2 points separates podiums from the minor placings.

In the Handicap competitions, places are being decided literally by seconds and championship leaders Paul Emery And Charlotte Moran are high up in the standings - are they thinking about  the clean sweep this early in the year!?!  Mandy Cazes, In her first full club championship year, is impressively leading the way.

If your name doesn’t appear in the handicap  table and you think it should, then perhaps you haven’t shared  your handicap time? Please email John Redding  with your  best 5k or 10k time of 2018 and you will be added to the list.

Good luck to all athletes and next up in the Dumyat Hill race (8/5). Don’t forget you can also do any half marathon or marathon and it will be included.

Championship standings as it stands:

Male

  1. Paul Emery (382)

  2. John Redding (300)

  3. Paul Dudchenko (293)

  4. Ian Boxall (288)

  5. Scott Cumming (273)

  6. Colin Sumpter (199)

  7. Martin Maginnis (198)

  8. Michael Watts (195)

  9. Jude Moir (192)

  10. Scott Hyslop (191)

Female

  1. Charlotte Moran (395)

  2. Mandy Cazes (385)

  3. Frances Wood (292)

  4. Rosemary Gallgher (291)

  5. Claire Rice (290)

  6. Alison Marshall (285)

  7. Kathryn Holm (199)

  8. Lorna Simpson (197)

  9. Karen Outram (196)

  10. Katryna McLeod (185)

Handicap standings:

Male

  1. Paul Emery (387)

  2. John Redding (293)

  3. Paul Dudchenko (292)

  4. Ian Boxall (292)

  5. Scott Cumming (289)

  6. Darren Dick (200)

  7. Angus Gallie (199)

  8. Martin Maginnis (196)

  9. Michael Watts (194)

  10. Ian Lockhart (193)

Female

  1. Mandy Cazes (396)

  2. Charlotte Moran (385)

  3. Alison Marshall (297)

  4. Frances Wood (295)

  5. Kathryn Holm (200)

  6. Karen Outram (198)

  7. Lorna Simpson (192)

  8. Kirsty Oliver (99)

  9. Rebecca Evans (97)

  10. Suzie Porteous (96)

Club Championship Update - March

This weekend sees a regular on our Club Championship calendar in the Alloa Half Marathon and for some marks the start of the road running season. Good luck to all LAC athletes competing.

Since the National XC champs in February, a number of LAC athletes have been putting times down for marathons and half marathons and heading into Alloa, the current standings can be seen below. Spring marathon season is upon us so expect to see this change from race to race.

You can still can still share your best 10k or 5k time of 2018 to be included in the handicap competition (this applies to the same races but times adjusted for an individual’s pace). Remember there are prizes up for grabs.

The handicap standings will be updated after Alloa this weekend.

Championship standings as it stands:

Male

  1. Martin Maginnis (198)

  2. Neil Anderson (187)

  3. John Redding (100)

  4. Michal Sroka (100)

  5. Ian Boxall (99)

  6. Paul Dudchenko (99)

  7. Malcolm Hughes (99)

  8. Kenny Gray (98)

  9. David Maine-Reade (98)

  10. Michael Watts (97)

Female

  1. Rosemary Gallagher (195)

  2. Karen Outram (100)

  3. Marta Sroka (100)

  4. Mairi Watts (100)

  5. Lorna Simpson (99)

  6. Frances Wood (98)

  7. Mandy Cazes (97)

  8. Rebecca Evans (95)

  9. Alison Marshall (94)