PAUL CARROLL was the fastest Clydesdale Harrier in the recent Tom Scott Memorial Road Races at Strathclyde Park over 6k and 10 mile.
In the 6k race Paul finishing fifth overall in 20mins 54secs, followed by Marina McCallum (25.17), and Colin Gray (30.02).
In the 10 mile race fastest harrier was Gerry Montgomery coming back to form in a time of 61mins 21secs. Gerry was followed by Hugh Laverty (65.41 pb), Alistair Greig (66.54 pb), Pamela McCrossan (67.12), Anne Murray (67.30), Paul McKendry (68.05 pb), Stuart Allison (68.45), Pete Cartwright (71.02), Christine Duncanson (76.46 pb), and Patricia Stevenson (87.35 pb).
Previously in the Scottish Athletics Road Relay Championships over six stages at Almondvale, Livingston, club runners competed in alternate four and six mile legs although were not placed in the top 10.
The men had two teams – one complete and one incomplete.
The A team had Ryan Nelson running first (18.55), changing to Michael Diver (34.25), then to Pete Cartwright (20.58), Paul Carroll (33.22), Iain Robertson (18.53), and Kevin Farmer (40.27).
Meanwhile, team ‘B’ had Watson Jones running first (22.35), changing to Gerry Kane (43.11), then to Bobby Young (23.09), and Peter Rudzinski (44.16).