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July December He was followed 13 seconds later by his brother Mack in 11th spot and just to complete a family treble Oscar Simmons came home in 21st place in 8. Also claiming a prize for 1st S6 girl was Ruby Candlish who finished in 24th spot in 8. Finishing in the middle of the pack for the girls were Kirstin Penman, Sophie Thomas and Amy Jenkinson with times of 8. There were excellent performances from some of the younger members of the club with Charlotte Thomas, Sophie Jenkinson, Rachel Barnett and Katie Curran competing in for the first time at this distance and all putting in excellent performances and times.
Amongst some very competitive fields and on one of the toughest courses on the circuit they showed up well and posted some excellent times. First off in the U13 girls was Ellie Candlish who despite finishing in the bottom half of the field posted an excellent time of The U13 boys race had two competitors from DTFC over the same distance as the girls with David Cuthbert finishing a creditable 39th in a field of 56 with a time of Mark Harley finished just behind David in a time of The U15 races over 4km saw only one DTFC athlete competing and in a very competitive field James Cuthbert posted a very creditable time of In the U17 womens section Daisy Cumming produced an excellent time of A hard day for the DTFC athletes but many of them produced decent times amongst some high quality fields.
The U11 boys of Oscar Simmons and Charlie Potter finished comfortably in the middle of the pack with times of 6. Callum Newton clocked Ryan Shanley was 42nd in The other U13 boys were Logan Rand who finished 68th with a time of The U13 girls were led home by Megan Kyle in 34th place out of 62 runners in a time of Ellie Candlish posted The U17 women raced over 4. The last match takes place at Livingston in January and it is hoped the club can make a push to secure a good position in the final league table.
The second in the Livingston Cross country series last Saturday saw a of DTFC athletes competing in tough conditions and very competitive races. In the girls U13 1. In the boys U13 race Mark Harley was 10th out of 15 in 6. The U17 women's race over 3. Well done to all the DTFC athletes who showed up well in very competitive races.
James Cuthbert finished a creditable 5th in the U15B event. There were a lot of great efforts across the board in what is the premier competition and highlight of the Scottish Athletics Season. The championships kicked off with the U17 champs at Grangemouth. Ellen Ranklin had a superb day finishing 5th in Shotput Kieren McDonald coming back from injury managed a creditable 13th in Long Jump 5.
The Championships then moved on to Aberdeen where a dedicated band of DTF athletes made the trip north and again did the club proud. Darcie Black had a great run in the m heats and made the semis bowing out in 4th place just outside qualification for final. Darcie also finished 6th 1.
In the U15 Champs the following day Maia Helm managed 17th in the Long jump but bowed out in the heats of the m. Alannah Ewan finished 11th in the Javelin and Jacob Callaghan ran a respectable 2. Megan Kyle led the way at the Open mile finishing 1st U13 girl and this good performance was backed up by the combined events squad who had a very solid competition. Another great representation by Dunfermline from the girls today at the Scottish Combined Events Championships at Grangemouth.
We had 4 girls in the u13 Pentathlon and 2 in the u15 Pentathlon and 1 in the u17 Heptathlon. In a very big field of 28 athletes, Mya McMahon once again got into the bling with a silver medal in the U13 competition with a very very good points total of points.
Darcie Black finished a very creditable 8th position with points. Finally Ellen Ranklin continued in decent form on day 2 of the U17 Pentathlon finishing in 6th place with points — but technically 2nd Scot as the only other athlete from Scotland who finished above her was Isla Steel DTF 2nd claim in the silver position.
This was due to a very big contingent up competeing from England. Well done to all the athletes on a very successful weekend. Today Sat saw the first day of the Scottish combined events Championships. It was the turn of the boys today with 4 DTF athletes competing in the U13 boys competition in their fist ever pentathlon. Calum Newton led the way in 9th with a storming finish in the m lopping 10 secs off his pb coming in at 2. He finished with a pentathlon total of points. In 10th just behind was Cameron king with points, 11th was oliver Morrison with points and Brook Ferguson was 12th with points.
This was a very decent result in a big field in their first competition — well done. Fingers crossed for the remaining 3 events tomorrow for some silverware. Also coming in 5th was the U13 boys team in what was exceptionally stiff competition.
Well done to the coaches and athletes. Athletics meetings reports Pitreavie Jingle Bell Run. East District Cross Country Championships. Livingston Cross Country 2. Livingston Cross Country Series 1. Livingston Open Combined Events.
National Relay Championships, Grangemouth.Dtf girls in Aberdeen
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