Over 280 pupils took part in the 2015 machars Primary Cross Country event at Bladnoch Park recently.
The overall winners were Penninghame Primary School, with Port Willam coming second and Kirkcowan finishing third out of the 10 primary schools involved. A huge thanks go to all the parents, staff and volunteers who assisted on the day as well as a special thanks to J&B print Newton Stewart for being a long term sponsor.
Primary 7 mile
Boys -1, Thomas Scott, Penninghame; 2, Craig McCulloch, Pennighame; 3, Gavin Martin, Whithorn.
Girls -1, Maria Stachnio, St Ninian’s; 2, Eilidh Sneddon, Penninghame; 3, Reagan Neeson, Whithorn
Primary 6 mile
Boys - 1, Zak Service, Kirkcowan; 2, Drew Fisher, Creetown; 3, Liam Clive, Penninghame
Girls - 1, Emma McCornick, Garlieston; 2, Bronagh Beattie, St Ninian’s; 3, Emma Jolly, Whithorn
Primary 5 mile
Boys - 1, Jake Ellis, Kirkcowan; 2, Rory Mann, Penninghame; 3, Callum McKeand, Minnigaff
Girls - 1, Abilgail Lockhart, Port William; 2, Zara McWilliam, Wigtown; 3, Ellie Cluckie, Wigtown
Primary 7 hilly half
1, Jake Ellis, Kirkcowan; 2, Rory Mann, Penninghame; 3, Callum McKeand, Minnigaff
Primary 6 hilly half
1, Spencer Maddocks, Port William; 2, Cerys McKie, Penninghame; 3, Jack Lochhead, Port William
Primary 5 hilly half
1, Gordon Keith, Port William; 2, David Lawson, Port William; 3, Nathan Telfer, Kirkcowan
Primary 6/7 have a go
1, Ellie Lochhhead, Whithorn; 2, Thomas Munro, Creetown; 3, Chloe McShane, Whithorn
Primary 5 have a go
1, Victoria Smith, Whithorn; 2, Isla Campbell, Whithorn; 3, Ellie McKie, Penninghame
1, Penninghame (Thomas Scott, Rory Mann, Craig McCulloch); 2, Kirkcowan (Zak Service, Jake Ellis, Archie Mortiboy); 3, Wigtown (James Sharp, Michael Corcoran, Euan Plunkett).