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John Mcinally Race

Congratulations to our John McInally Race Winners Mark Bell & Jennifer Massie.

Also Category prize winners - Graeme Brown, David Stewart, David Rodley, Alison McNeilly, Heather Ballantyne & Barbara Brown.

Full results:

1 Mark Bell 00:38:16
2 Graeme Brown 00:40:13
3 Matty Low 00:40:17
4 Matt Buck 00:40:52
5 David Stewart 00:42:02
6 David miller 00:42:31
7 Marcus Sheridan 00:42:32
8 Michael Mitchell 00:42:33
9 Duncan Edward 00:42:34
10 Jennifer Massie 00:44:12
11 Michael Royden 00:44:27
12 Alison McNeilly 00:45:02
13 David Rodely 00:45:15
14 Roy McKandie 00:45:28
15 Kate McIntosh 00:45:42
16 John Mill 00:46:30
17 John McIntosh 00:46:38
18 Stewart Spain 00:46:47
19 Phil Forte 00:46:52
20 Fiona Canavan 00:47:03
21 Fiona Callaghan 00:48:45
22 David Dunleavey 00:49:30
23 Martin Rollo 00:50:03
24 Harry Kay 00:50:08
25 Malcolm Forbes 00:50:08
26 Janet Murray 00:51:21
27 HeidI Fettes 00:51:38
28 Shaun Anderson 00:52:21
29 Josh McKay 00:52:28
30 Heather Ballantyne 00:53:45
31 Sally Ibbotson 00:54:16
32 Hilary Brown 00:57:40
33 John Rudd 00:59:16
34 Pauline McKay 00:59:21
35 Julie Greig 00:59:21
36 Victoria Simpson 01:00:31
37 Ursula Ryder 01:05:42
38 Barbara Brown 01:08:32

Strathkinnes - Blebo Craigs Race - Rachel Callaghan

Last Wednesday 22 road runners ventured across the water to Fife to compete in the second race of the popular Fife AC Midweek Series. The 4.5 mile race, falling somewhere in the spectrum of ‘pleasantly undulating’ to ‘hilly’, is run over mixed terrain and posed a pre-race conundrum of optimum footwear. The good conditions meant that lovely views over the Eden estuary could be enjoyed by those with enough energy at the top of the last climb.

The race was won by Kieran Cooper of St Andrews University in 24:02 and Heather Anderson of Fife AC was first female finisher with a time of 28:38. There were some impressive performances by road runners throughout the field, with Mark Bell coming in 4th overall in a super-speedy time of 26:14, followed by Matty Low in 13th and Martin Hutchinson in 18th place.

Equally strong races were had by Dundee women, lead home by Jennifer Massie who sped her way round to a course PB of 30:36 and 5th female finisher, backed up by Alison McNeillly in 6th and Elaine Omand in 8th.

Further down the field Fiona Callaghan regained sibling bragging rights following her defeat on the slopes of Normans Law a few days previously and scooping a course PB in process. Notable performances were also had by Sarah Young and Grant Whyttock, competing less than a week after representing the club in the London Marathon.

Congratulation to everyone who competed - full DRR results are below. Next the series delves deeper into Fife with the Hill of Tarvit race in Ceres, good luck to all competing.

Mark Bell 26.14

Matthew Low 28.43

Martin Hutchinson 29.23

David Miller 30.05

Jennifer Massie 30.36

Jim Morton 30.40

Alison McNeilly 31.04

Elaine Omand 32.08

Fiona Callaghan 33.06

John Mill 33.09

Fiona Canavan 33.18

Rachel Callaghan 33.23

Gillian Sangster 33.29

Morag Taggart 34.10

David Dunleavey 34.50

Martin Rollo 35.38

Grant Whytock 36.18

Lorraine Dunbar 36.53

Sarah Young 37.49

George Steel 37.51

Daniel Fields 39.11

Summer Social Event

Every year, we hold a summer social event incorporating a relay run, food, and good company. Its become a highlight of the DRR calendar, and we would love to have as many members and members' families along as possible this year too. Its a great way to get everyone together, no matter what your normal running preferences.

This year's summer social will be held on Saturday June 22nd - so put it in your diaries!

The event this year will be held in Camperdown park. We will be starting with an 8am run for the early morning risers, followed by Camperdown parkrun, which we'd love everyone to come to. After parkrun, we have planned a series of loops, incorporating both trail and road, and with longer and shorter distances. You can do as little or as much running as you want.

In between the runs, we are planning on having some food, possibly a BBQ, and games.

We're working on all the exciting details just now, so will have more ifo soon, but please keep the day free and come join us!

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