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Indoor Athletics League Final 2016

Published on Monday, 28 March 2016 20:48

On Saturday 19th March at Pitreavie Athletics Stadium the final of the Indoor Athletics League was held bringing to a successful conclusion this year’s series of Indoor Athletics League competitions.

Athletes from Pitreavie AAC, Dunfermline Track and Field, FSLT Run, Jump, Throw, and Fife AC competed for medals in the final match where the camaraderie among our future generations of athletes was magnificent. All athletes who participated should once again be extremely proud of both their individual and collective team performances.

Overall winners were Pitreavie AAC followed by Dunfermline Track and field in 2nd place. 3RD place went to FSLT Run, Jump, Throw, and 4th Place to Fife Athletics club. Pitreavie AAC thanks all clubs and coaches for supporting this event.

The first event of the day was the 60m sprint where Cameron King Dunfermline Track and Field ran 9.22 to take 1st place, closely followed by Caleb McLeod Pitreavie AAC in 9.29 with Harris Reid FSLT Run, Jump, Throw in 3rd place in a time of 9.42.

Success for Harris Reid FSLT Run, Jump, Throw followed in the U/11 boys long jump where a leap by Harris of 3.98 took 1st place.

Whilst supporting one another throughout the final day’s competition all U/13 boy’s medals were impressively shared between Pitreavie AAC athletes Ross Birrell, Jacob Carr, and Samuel Turnbull.

Samuel set a new indoor club record in the high jump with 1.49 taking first place, Ross Birrell led the 60m field in a time of 8.74, and Jacob Carr won the Shot Putt competition by throwing 7.71 metres.

Mya McMahon Dunfermline track and field won two of the 3 U/11 girls competitions, winning the 60m in a time of 9.27, and long jump 3.89.

The U/13 girls 60m was closely contested, Louise Conway Pitreavie AAC took the gold medal in 8.82, Naomi Mchardy Pitreavie AAC was the second placed athlete running 8.89, and Erin Thomson Dunfermline Track and Field was third with 8.90.  

Pitreavie AAC would like to thank all coaching staff who work tremendously throughout the year in facilitating all performances, as well as thanking officials, volunteers, parents, guardians and athletes for making this event so successful.

Events and opportunities of this calibre would not be possible without the recognised and appreciated input of our volunteers. If you can help Pitreavie AAC in any way, then we need you to help continue delivery for our current and future generations. If you can help please contact Pitreavie AAC Clubtogether Officer This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. as together we can continue to make a difference.

Thank You Everyone.

Laura Page,

Pitreavie AAC Club Together Officer

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