Greenock Glenpark Harriers

"The Harriers"

J.G. Cameron Trophy road race

Ran in the memory of JG "Jock" Cameron, Club President from 1932 to 1959 and an active member in Glenpark from the 1930s to the day he died in 1984. Presented to the Harriers by the Cameron family in 1984.

The race was originally run from the James Watt College to the Mariners home, because of increased traffic it moved to Greenock Esplanade.

Senior Race 4km: Starts 500m from  Greenock end of Esplanade, following pavement to middle gate of Battery Park. Enter park and follow path behind pavillion , exit 1st gate and return to start.

Junior Race 1km: Starts 500m from Greenock end of Esplanade, out and back. This race began in 2006.

   Winner  Veteran  1st Lady  No  1st Boy  1st Girl  No
 1984  Willie Dunn 14.36  Richard Hodelet 14.47    35  A.Johnstone 16.03    
 1985  Tommy Murray 14.02  Richard Hodelet 15.02    33  A.Johnstone 16.12    
 1986  Tommy Murray 13.44      44      
 1987  Tommy Murray 14.02  Richard Hodelet 15.26  Shiela Curran 18.40  46  C.Hendry 16.10    
 1988  Alan Puckrin 13.46  Willie Paterson 16.39  Eleanor O'Brien 19.03  47      
 1989 new course  Alan Puckrin 12.17  Richard Hodelet 13.58  Eleanor O'Brien 15.55  36      
 1990  Tommy Murray 12.38  Richard Hodelet 14.50  Eleanor O'Brien 15.56  29      
 1991  Alan Puckrin 12.34  Richard Hodelet 14.43  Eleanor O'Brien 16.17  27      
 1992  Alan Puckrin 12.35  Willie Jukes 14.17    31      
 1993  Alan Puckrin 12.40  Willie Jukes 14.07  Eleanor O'Brien 15.56  32  R.Cannon 17.32    
 1994  Alan Puckrin 12.25  Phil Russell 14.04  Eleanor O'Brien 15.47  26      
 1995  Alan Puckrin 12.41  Phil Russell 13.51  Eleanor O'Brien 16.21  37      
 1996  Alan Puckrin 12.41  Phil Russell 14.41  Eleanor O'Brien 16.12  33      
 1997 Robert Docherty(*u17) 13.45  Willie Jukes 13.58 *trophy winner  Eleanor O'Brien 16.41  25      
 1998  Stephen McLoone  Tony Curran 14.08          
 1999  Andy Morrison            
 2000  Andy Morrison            
 2001  Andy Morrison 13.29  Danny McLaughlin    29      
 2002  David Butcher            
 2003  Robert Docherty 13.29  Stephen McLoone 13.54  Kimberley Roy 18.37        
 2004 new course   Chris Mackay 14.38  Stephen McLoone 14.55  Anne Hay 19.18  41      
 2005   Chris Mackay 14.55  Richard Davidson 16.00  Alison King 18.40  42      
 2006 new course  Chris Mackay 13.19  Martin McKendrick 16.04  Lindsay MacNeill 16.40  36  Jack Harrington 3.47  Carly Dalgleish 3.49  12
 2007  Lindsay MacNeill 15.28  Michael McLoone 15.37  Lindsay MacNeill 15.28  27  Jack Harrington 4.52  Carly Dalgleish 4.54  11
 2008

 Stephen McLoone 14.33 (altered course)

 Michael McLoone 14.45           Emily Pollock 17.07   35  Adam McCormick 3.28   Meighan McDade 3.42  24
 2009

 Andy McCall Jr 13.21 (new course)

 Pat Duffy 13.40 Maria Reay 17.48  38 Gerard Smith      3.57  Meighan McDade  4.29  22
 2010 Stephen Trainer 12.46 (rec)  Michael McLoone 13.20 Allison King 15.59  32 Cameron Watson  3.27 Meighan McDade 3.39  18
 2011 Stephen Trainer    Fiona Cushnaghan        

Colin Shields Trophy road race

Presented to the Harriers by Honorary President C.A. Shields in 1991. Colin has been a member since the 1950s and has served the club on the Renfrewshire AAAs for 50yrs. Colin can be seen and heard (over the tannoy) at Open Graded Meetings at Glasgow and Linwood.

The race was used as a time trial for team selection for the (now defunct) Edinburgh to Glasgow relay. An unusual race where the  runners are set off in pairs at 30 second intervals. For the first 10 years it was a 5 mile point to point race from Inverkip village to Greenock. Since 2001 moved to a safer route around Larkfield.

Senior race 4.5miles: Start at top of Dunlop street, follow pavement to walkover at Branchton railway station.Cross walkover and continue uphill past Inverclyde Hospital then down to Sheriff shop at cross-roads. Turn left along Larkfield road past Gourock cemetry, then continue down Cumberland road. Cross over the flyover and return to top of Dunlop street.

Junior race 1 mile: Start at top of Dunlop street, follow pavement downhill for 0.5 miles then return back to start.  1st ran in 2006.

 

 

 Winner

 1st Vet

1st Lady 

No 

 1st Boy

 1st Girl

No 

 1991

 Hammy Cox 27.24

 Richard Hodelet 29.58

Eleanor O'Brien 33.31 

22

 

 

 

 1992

 Alan Puckrin 25.15

 John Russell 29.45

 Eleanor O'Brien

 25

 

 

 

 1993

 Billy Jenkins 27.49

 Duncan MacNeill 32.07

 Eleanor O'Brien

 19

 

 

 

 1994

 Alan Puckrin 24.20

 Phil  Russell 26.58

 Eleanor O'Brien

 22

 

 

 

 1995

 Alan Puckrin 25.09

 Phil  Russell 27.29

 Eleanor O'Brien 30.59

 25

 

 

 

 1996

 Alan Puckrin 23.50

 Willie Jukes  28.10

 Anne Hay 35.56

 28

 

 

 

 1997

 Stephen McLoone

  

 

 

 

 

 

 1998

 Andy Morrison

 

 

 

 

 

 

 1999

 Andy Morrison

 

 

 

 

 

 

 2000

 Andy Morrison

 

 

 

 

 

 

 2001

 Andy Morrison 24.14

 Danny McLaughlin 26.09

 Jill Knowles

 20

 

 

 

 2002

 Stephen McLoone 25.11

 Stephen McLoone 25.11

 -

 14

 

 

 

 2003

 Robert Docherty 24.02

 Stephen McLoone 24.45

 Anne Hay

 

 

 

 

 2004

 Chris Mackay 24.00

 Richard Davidson 26.54

 Anne Hay 32.05

 27

 

 

 

 2005

 Chris Mackay 23.20

 Richard Davidson 26.50

 Alison King 30.47

 36

 

 

 

 2006

 Stephen Trainer 23.41

 Andy Morrison 26.30

 Alison King 30.13

 34

 Cameron Black 6.17

 Melanie Morgan 7.05

 8

 2007

 Andy McCall    24.55

 Stephen McLoone 25.06

 Alison King 31.58

 34

 Gerard Smith 5.30

 Carly Dalgliesh 5.34

 14

 2008

 Andy McCall 26.03

 Danny McLaughlin 26.42

 Daniella Hughes 30.36

34 

 David Reay 5.04

 Meighan McDade 5.37

 24

 2009

 Stevie McLoone 25.52

 Stevie McLoone

 Emily Pollock

 31

 David Reay

 Meighan McDade

34

 2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wilson trophy X-C handicap race

Originally called the Crescent Cup, the trophy was presented to the Harriers by Fred Flynn of the Crescent Bar in 1983.

In 2003 the race was changed to the Wilson Trophy race, which was presented to the club by member Robert Wilson of Wilson's Coaches.

This is a conceding Handicap race where the  runners are set off at intervals, set by the handicappers from the slowest to the quickest, first across the line wins the trophy. Held on the trails above the Greenock "Cut". Very popular race normally held on the Saturday before Christmas.

Senior Race 5 miles: Along the trails connecting the Greenock reservoirs.

Junior Race 1 mile: Out and back course.

Course map

 

Winner

Fastest Time

Fastest Vet

Fastest Lady

No

1983

Willie Paterson

Richard Hodelet 26.29

Richard Hodelet 26.29

 

27

1984

Danny McLaughlin

Tommy Murray 24.57

 

 

35

1985

Danny McLaughlin

Tommy Murray 26.22

 

 

31

1986

Robert Mitchell

Hammy Cox

Richard Hodelet

S.Curran

37

1987

Neil Orr

Alan Puckrin 26.19

Richard Hodelet 28.02

S.Curran 35.31

31

1988

J.Walker

Hammy Cox

Duncan MacNeill

E.O'Brien

 

1989

John Goss

Martin McKendrick 26.27

Richard Hodelet 27.50

J.Smith 36.19

24

1990

Tommy Knight

Tommy McCallion 27.37

Duncan MacNeill 29.35

J.Smith 37.25

20

1991

Eleanor O'Brien

Hammy Cox 26.28

Richard Hodelet 29.28

E.O'Brien 32.25

20

1992

Robert Mitchell

Alan Puckrin 26.18

Willie Jukes 29.40

 

24

1993

Robert Mitchell

Jim Bennet 28.26

Willie Jukes 30.24

E.O'Brien 33.41

21

1994

P.Carroll

Danny McLaughlin 28.43

Duncan MacNeill 30.45

J.Smith 39.11

23

1995

Ali Witherow

Neil Armsworth 28.19

Duncan MacNeill 32.11

J.Smith 44.06

18

1996

Neil Orr

Stevie McLoone 28.21

Phil Russell 29.43

A.Hay 39.25

18

1997

 

Richard Davidson

 

 

 

1998

 

Robert Docherty 27.45

 

J.Smith 37.40

18

1999

Ernie Currie

Stevie McLoone 28.35

Ian Cameron 30.35

J.Smith 38.18

17

2000

Danny McLaughlin

McLoone /Docherty 27.45

Danny McLaughlin 28.57

A.Hay 39.08

16

2001

Mick Harrington

Stevie McLoone 27.30

Robert Wilson 29.13

A.Hay 41.24

21

2002

Robert Mitchell

Stevie McLoone 27.33

Stevie McLoone 27.33

 

18

2003

Neil Orr

Robert Docherty 29.18

Stevie McLoone 30.02

J.Smith 61.53

21

2004

Jim Sheridan

Chris Mackay 25.28

Stevie McLoone 27.12

A.King 35.44

31

2005

Billy Gallacher

Chris Mackay 24.27

Richard Davidson 28.10

A.King 33.12

35

2006

Richard Hodelet

Chris Mackay 24.28

Richard Davidson 27.53

A.King 33.41

39

2007

Neil Orr

Stevie McLoone 27.01

Stevie McLoone 27.01

A.King 33.52

23

2008

Stevie McDade

Andy McCall 26.56

Danny McLaughlin 28.39

Emma Baxter 33.11

21

2009

David Henderson 

Andy McCall 27.10 

Stephen McLoone 27.43

Emma Baxter 32.05 

34 

2010

 

 

 

 

 

Harris Memorial Trophy trail race

Harris Memorial Trophy Race Presented  to the Harriers in 1959 in memory of former much loved Club Treasurer, Tommy Harris.

Race run during the festive period, now held on the first Saturday after Ne'erday, around the coves reservoirs. Not as gruelling as it used to be, now that the area has been surfaced with a gravel path, but still a very tough undulating four laps of the 1.4 mile trail. The winner of the handicap recieves the John Russell Memorial Trophy.

Senior race 5.5 miles: Starts across from Inverclyde Hospital, and follows the gravel path anti-clockwise around the lower reservoir.

Junior race: Under 13's (1 lap)1.5 miles,  Under 15's & 17's (2 laps) 3 miles.

Interesting Fact - The race was ran on Christmas Day during the 1950s

Willow Bowl Handicap trail race

Presented to the Harriers by Ronnie Arthur of the Willow Bar in 1983.

A 7.5 mile conceding handicap trail race around the Greenock "Cut" normally held in February. Another race where everyone has an equal chance to cross the line first, a difficult job for the handicappers to get right due to the length of the race, and probably the most sought after trophy after the Bill Elder Championship Trophy.

The athlete with the fastest time is awarded the Centenery Cup.

Senior Race 7.5 miles: Start at the "Long Dam", turn left and uphill at Waterman's Cottage follow the trail over the hill, and down past the compensation reservoir to the Cornalees visitor centre. Go through gates, down steps onto the "Cut". Follow the "Cut" for 5 miles back to the Waterman's Cottage then back to "Long Dam".

 

 

Winner

Fastest Time

Fastest Vet

Fastest Lady

No

1983

J.Black

Richard Hodelet

Richard Hodelet

 

29

1984

A.Anderson

Richard Hodelet 41.37

Richard Hodelet 41.37

 

29

1985

John Russell

Tommy Murray 40.16

 

 

39

1986

Jim Sheridan

Tommy Murray 42.40

 

 

36

1987

Bertie Cox

T.Murray/ H.Cox

Richard Hodelet

 

44

1988

John Russell

Alan Puckrin 42.58

Richard Hodelet

Eleanor O'Brien 58.32

33

1989

George Feherty

Phil Russell

 

Eleanor O'Brien

 

1990

Colin Wallace

Colin Wallace 45.01

Duncan MacNeill 48.33

Eleanor O'Brien 55.22

27

1991

Cliff Millar

Hammy Cox 41.31

Richard Hodelet 47.45

Eleanor O'Brien 53.54

29

1992

John Smith

Pat Duffy 44.24

Ian Cameron 48.34

Eleanor O'Brien 52.44

18

1993

Hugh Gibson

Alan Puckrin 40.57

Willie Jukes 47.20

Jean Smith 65.22

22

1994

George Mitchell

Billy Jenkins 43.29

Willie Jukes 46.28

Eleanor O'Brien 53.47

21

1995

Richard Hodelet

Jim Bennet 45.10

Willie Jukes 50.11

Jean Smith 61.59

23

1996

Ernie Currie

A.Puckrin 41.28

Duncan MacNeill 47.15

Eleanor O'Brien 55.06

25

1997

Gerry Russell

Stevie McLoone

 

 

 

1998

Tommy Knight

Richard Davidson

 

 

 

1999

John Smith

Stevie McLoone 45.15

 

A.Hay 58.22

25

2000

Richard Hodelet

Stevie McLoone 47.05

Ian Cameron 49.20

Eleanor O'Brien 58.10

22

2001

Andy MacLean

Robert Docherty 45.25

Robert Wilson 48.34

 

23

2002

Kenny Scott

Stevie McLoone 45.42

Robert Wilson 49.28

 

24

2003

Andy MacLean

Robert Docherty 47.??

Robert Wilson

Anne Hay

23

2004

Robert Docherty

Robert Docherty 47.00

Stevie McLoone 49.21

Jean Smith 94.07

 

2005

Iain Rankin

Robert Docherty 46.09

Stevie McLoone 47.15

Alison King 58.43

25

2006

Iain Rankin

David Tamburini 47.32

Richard Davidson 47.57

Alison King 57.52

26

2007

Tommy Knight

Andy McCall 44.31

Richard Davidson 48.24

Alison King 57.18

34

2008

Danny McLaughlin

Stevie McLoone 44.22

Stevie McLoone 44.22

Alison King 58.00

30

2009

Bernie Kangley

Andy McCall 45.48

Stephen McLoone 49.59

Emma Baxter 56.02

 29

2010

 Danny McLaughlin

Alan Henderson 45.40 

Michael McLoone 46.06 

Emily Pollock 54.10

 35

Willie Jukes road race

The Willie JukesTrophies for the first Glenpark man and Lady were presented to the Harriers by his wife Betty and family in memory of the long time member and vice-president in 2006.

Trophy for the Handicap race, the Kirkwood Cup, presented to the club by club President Tommy Knight.

The Race takes place in Willies home town of Dunoon.

Senior race 5 miles: Out and back course start and finish at West Bay Pavillion along the coastal pavement to Innellan.

Junior Race 1mile & 2mile: Same start/finish as senior race. The Cowal Cup is awarded to both  1st Boy and Girl

Trophy also awarded to first local.

 

 

 WINNER

 1ST LADY

 VETERAN

 HANDICAP

No 

 JUNIOR BOY

 JUNIOR GIRL

No 

 2006

Chris Mackay 25.04

 Alison King 33.10

 Robert Wilson 28.43

 Natalie Donald

 

 Cameron Black 5.17

 Emily Pollock 12.41

 

 2007

Stephen Trainer 27.04

 Alison King 34.10

 Richard Davidson 29.13

 Terry Wall

 

 Alan Frizzell 6.28

 Emily Pollock 12.48

 

 2008

Stephen McLoone 27.35

 Sharon Skinner 35.27

Stephen McLoone

 Robert Dolan Jr

 40

 Ross Forbes 8.33  (1.5 Mile)

 Meighan McDade 9.02

12 

 2009

Stephen McLoone 28.17

Emma Baxter 33.06 

 Stephen McLoone

 Tommy Knight

 36

 

 

 

 2010

Stephen Trainer 27.29

Allison King 33.19 

Stephen McLoone 27.57

Robert Wilson 

 54

 Dylan Moore 5.32

 Meighan McDade 6.16

 25

 

Chisholm Mile road race

Presented to the Harriers by the family of Ian Chisholm in 1987. Juniors and seniors all race together along the full length of Greenock Espalande. The direction of the wind decides where the race starts - at the west end or east end of Esplanade, (with the wind at the runners backs).  In recent years the race has been held as an 'open event' with guests from Inverclyde AC and other clubs taking part. The course record by an Non Glenparker was set by Chris McKay in 2009 when he ran 3m57s. 

 

 Winner

 Lady

 Veteran

 Youth

No 

 1987

 Tony Curran 4.11

 J.Deeney 5.23

 

 M.McKendrick 4.15

 35

 1988

 Hammy Cox 4.21

 Eleanor O'Brien 5.52

 Richard Hodelet 4.54

 John McFadyen 4.34

 28

 1989

 Pat Duffy 4.29

 Eleanor O'Brien 5.32

 Richard Hodelet 5.13

 

 24

 1990

 Pat Duffy 4.27

 Eleanor O'Brien 5.38

 Willie Smith

 

 

 1991

 Pat Duffy 4.31

 Jean Smith 6.06

 Jim Sheridan 6.05

 

 15

1992

 John McFadyen 4.11

 Jean Smith 5.55

 John Smith 5.06

 

 10

 1993

 John McFadyen 4.16

 Jean Smith 6.03

 John Kerr 5.23

 

 19

 1994

 John McFadyen 4.15

 Eleanor O'Brien  5.28

 Joe Carruthers 5.11

 

 25

 1995

 John McFadyen 4.19

 Eleanor O'Brien  5.33

 Phil Russell 4.42

 

 26

 1996

 Tom McCallion 4.36

 Eleanor O'Brien  5.49

 Robert Shaw 5.07 

 

 22

 1997

 Colin Morrison 4.30

 Anne Hay 5.53

 Phil Russell 4.46

 

 27

 1998

 

 

 

 

 

 1999

 

 

 

 

 

 2000

 Robert Docherty

 Anne Hay

 

 

 

 2001

 Stephen McLoone 4.39

 Anne Hay 5.52

 Robert Wilson 4.49

 David Butcher4.47

 44

 2002

 Chris Mackay 4.20

 Debbie Miller 5.35

 Stephen McLoone 4.28

 David Butcher 4.23

 36

 2003

 Chris Mackay 4.11

 Kimberly Roy 5.57

 Stephen McLoone 4.40

 Andy McCall 4.33

 29

 2004

 Chris Mackay

 

 

 

 23

 2005

 Chris Mackay

 

 

 

 

 2006

 Chris Mackay 4.05

**Course Record** 

 Emily Pollock 5.32

 

Mick McLoone 5.03

 

 Ross McWilliams 5.11

 

 

 2007

 John Cooke 4.32

 Emma Baxter 5.47

Stephen McLoone 4.51

 Emma Baxter 5.47

 

 2008

 Andy McCall 4.29

 Emily Pollock 5.24

Stephen McLoone 4.36

 Craig Knight 5.39

 46

 2009

 Stephen McLoone 4.44

 Emily Pollock 5.20

Stephen McLoone

 David Reay 4.56

 58

 2010

 Stephen Trainer 4.26

 Emily Pollock 5.11

Stephen McLoone 4.47 

 Sean McCallion 4.44

 89

 

Cornalees Hill Race

Cornalees Hill Race Trophy presented to the Harriers by secretary Robert Shaw in 1997.

The route to the summit has varied over the years, but it now takes the most direct route.

Course profile     Course map

Now an interclub race between Glasgow's Westerlands CCC and the Harriers. It takes place on the last Wednesday evening in May. 

Senior Race  5miles/900feet ascent: Starts at Woodstock road and climbs to Hillside Hill (above the Cornalees visitors centre).

   WINNER  1ST GGH  1ST LADY  1ST GGH VET  
 1997 Stephen McLoone 37.06  Stephen McLoone 37.06 Jean Smith GGH    
 1998 Stephen McLoone 37.11 Stephen McLoone 37.11 Jean Smith GGH    
 1999 Stephen McLoone 38.06 Stephen McLoone 38.06 Jean Smith GGH    
 2000 Tom Tipping 35.41 Stephen McLoone 37.04 M.Small 53.12    
 2001 Tommy Murray 34.13 Stephen McLoone 36.20 Pat McLaughlin 52.40    
 2002 Damon Rodwell 37.38 Stephen McLoone 37.40 Pat McLaughlin 56.26 Stephen McLoone 37.40  
 2003 Tommy Murray 37.16 Andy Morrison 38.53 Liz Horton    
 2004          
 2005 Andy McCall Andy McCall Jennifer Emsley    
 2006 Andy McCall Andy McCall  ---    
 2007 Andy McCall 32.08 Andy McCall 32.08 Ellie Homewood    
 2008  Andy McCall 32.13  Andy McCall  Sharon Skinner 49.22  Stephen McLoone 34.36  
 2009          
 2010          

Singlehurst Shield trail race

The Shield was presented to the Harriers by  Cpt W. Singlehurst of the Royal Engineers in 1949.

The race was held in Greenock until 1996, it then moved to Dunoon in recognition of the increasing number of members from the area. In 2006 the race in Dunoon was renamed in memory of Local Harrier Willie Jukes and a new trophy awarded.

 In 2007 the Committee decided to award Shield to the winner of a new race at Glenmasson.

Senior Race 9km:  An out and back trail race, Flat for the first 3.5 km, then climbs very steeply to the half way point.

Junior Race 2.5km & fun run.

Bill Elder 10K road race

Started in 1988 in memory of Bill Elder, the Harriers Secretary for over 20 years. Up until 2002, an out and back course starting from Notre Dame High School on Dunlop street upto the Loch Thom turn-off, and back. The race is traditionally held on the first Tuesday evening in August. A Silver Salver is presented to the fastest Glenpark Male and Female. The first Junior race was in 2007.

Senior Race 10km: Start in Battery park at middle gate run in clockwise direction, behind Pavillion and leave park at road exit. Turn left and follow cycle path along to Esplanade and container way. Turning point is around the clock tower at Customhouse quay.

Junior Race 2km: 2 laps of the Battery Park. 1st held in 2007.

 

 

 Male

 Female

 Junior Boy

Junior Girl 

 1988

Raymond Johns

 

 

 

 1989

Brian McGuinness 32.46

 

 

 

 1990

Hammy Cox 30.50

 

 

 

 1991

Chris Hendry 33.24

 

 

 

 1992

Phil Russell 33.12

 

 

 

 1993

Stephen McLoone 33.17

 

 

 

 1994

Billy Jenkins 30.49

 

 

 

 1995

Tom McCallion 32.38

 

 

 

 1996

Alan Puckrin 31.06

 

 

 

 1997

Willie Jukes

 

 

 

 1998

George Mitchell

 

 

 

 1999

Andy Morrison

 

 

 

 2000

Stephen McLoone 33.20

Anne Hay

 

 

 2001

Stephen McLoone 33.05

Eleanor McCall

 

 

 2002

Andy McCall

Linda McCall

 

 

 2003

Andy Morrison 35.31

Anne Hay 48.25

 

 

 2004

 

 

 

 

 2005

Robert Docherty 36.18

Anne Hay 44.05

 

 

 2006

Chris Mackay 33.18

Eleanor Kane 44.47

 

 

 2007

Robert Docherty 33.32

Danielle McKendrick 43.40

Gerard Smith 7.49

Emma Baxter 7.35

 2008

Andy McCall    34.09

Allison King        43.17

Gerard Smith 7.36

Meg McDade 8.06

 2009

 

 

 

 

 2010

 

 

 

 

 

Docherty Cup 10 mile road race

Trophy presented to the Harriers in 1972 by W.A. Docherty.

There have been various courses over the years. It is presently is awarded to the 1st Glenpark Harrier in the Round Cumbrae road race.

The race is run around the 10.25 mile coastal road of Cumbrae, starting and finishing in the town of Millport.

 

   Winner  1st Veteran  1st Lady  No
 1973  Richard Hodelet      
 1974  Richard Hodelet      
 1975  Richard Hodelet      
 1976  Richard Hodelet      
 1977  John Orr      
 1978  Richard Hodelet      
 1979  Richard Hodelet      
 1980  Richard Hodelet      
 1981  Richard Hodelet      
 1982  John Smith 57.08      
 1983  Richard Hodelet 54.38 Richard Hodelet 54.38    
 1984  Richard Hodelet Richard Hodelet    
 1985  Tommy Murray      
 1986  Tommy Murray      
 1987  Tommy Murray 55.32 Richard Hodelet 60.54    23
 1988  Brian McGuinness 56.28 Jim Sheridan 68.03  Eleanor O'Brien 70.45  15
 1989 new course  Ian Cameron 54.51 Duncan MacNeill 59.58  Eleanor O'Brien 67.23  12
 1990  Brian McGuinness 54.10 G. Glancy 62.27   Eleanor O'Brien 64.44  16
 1991  Tommy McCallion      
 1992  Alan Puckrin 53.42  Willie Jukes 59.08    17
 1993  Jim Bennet 53.07  Willie Jukes 57.16  Eleanor O'Brien 66.48  13
 1994  Alan Puckrin 51.24  Willie Jukes 57.25  Eleanor O'Brien 67.45  12
 1995  Danny McLaughlin 59.19  Willie Jukes 60.33    9
 1996  Stephen McLoone 55.52  Robert Shaw 61.30  Eleanor O'Brien 69.07  10
 1997  Stephen McLoone      
 1998  Stephen McLoone      
 1999  Andy Morrison      
 2000 millport  Andy Morrison      
 2001  Stephen McLoone 55.26  Norrie Hay    8
 2002  Robert Wilson  Robert Wilson    
 2003  Robert Wilson  Robert Wilson    8
 2004  Robert Wilson  Robert Wilson    
 2005  Richard Davidson Richard Davidson    
 2006  No Contest      
 2007  Danny  McLaughlin  Danny McLaughlin  Alison King  8
 2008  Andy McCall 51.44  Stephen McLoone 53.28  Sharon Skinner 70.06  19
 2009        

 

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