Chris Russell and Bryan Innes earn top 10 finishes at St Andrews run

The large turn out of Falkland Trail Runners at the St Andrews parkrun.
The large turn out of Falkland Trail Runners at the St Andrews parkrun.

It was a busy Saturday morning at the parkruns for the Falkland Trail Runners particularly at St Andrews where 28 members participated in the 5k held within Craigtoun Park.

Chris Russell and Bryan Innes earned top 10 finishes, while Susie Harley was the first FTR woman over the line finishing 46th place.

Results were: 2 Chris Russell 17.14, 9 Bryan Innes 19.09, 13 Brian Cruikshank 19.27, 14 Gordon Laing 19.32, 19 Andy Harley 20.29, 21 Tony Martin 20.54, 36 Keith Bonthrone 21.51, 37 John Wilmot 21.54, 46 Susie Harley 22.44, 51 Kevin Murray 22.51, 56 John Clark 23.09, 63 Bill Gillan 23.31, 67 Anne Harley 23.50, 88 Russ Valentine 25.43,97 Alison Marven 26.01, 101 Rosemary Lee 26.17, 105 Hailey Marshall 26.26, 109 Annie Gibson 26.42, 112 Alan Sheret 26.55, 133 Val Hargreaves 28.59, 134 Ann Davidson 29.04, 164 Nessie Kirkbride 30.52, 165 Michelle Chisholm 30.53, 167 John Lee 21.09, 168 Myra Campbell 31.15, 173 Graeme Braid 31.50, 224 Derek Adamson 54.37.

Kirkcaldy: 20 Bryan Lessells 20.42, 42 Louise Lessells 22.38, 67 Kevin Funnell 24.41, 68 Sandy Adam 24.42.

Hogmoor Enclosure:22 & 1F Sarah Stovell 24.03. Lochore Meadows:149 Clare Muir 48.35. Loch Leven: 43 Bill Starkey 25.30. Edinburgh:37 Mark Western 19.51

Meanwhile, Glenrothes athlete John Thomson made it back to back wins on the Highland Games circuit, following his win in the 1600 metres handicap at Birnam Games the previous week, John secured victory over the same distance at the Braemar Gathering on Saturday in his final games outing of the season. The veteran athletes is competing at the World Athletics Masters Championships in Malaga this week as 8000 athletes from 87 different countries gather in the Costa del Sol.