The Senior Men’s podium at Cumbernauld with silver medallists Edinburgh Uni Hare and Hounds and race winners Central AC now battling for our Team Challenge title (photo by Bobby Gavin)
The Scottish Cross Country Team Challenge will conclude at Lanark – and it is still all to play for.
Clubs are allocated points for the tables via the Lindsays District XC Relays, the Lindsays National XC Relays and the Lindsays Short Course XC.
Edinburgh Uni Hare and Hounds lead both the women’s and men’s divisions but could still be overtaken with double points up for grabs at Lanark on Saturday 4 November.
The winning club in each division of the Scottish Cross Country team challenge lands £250.
Edinburgh Uni Hare and Hounds top the Women’s table with a maximum 30 points after their win at Cumbernauld last weekend.
Shettleston Harriers have 29 points and Cambuslang are third on 27 points. Completing the top five are Edinburgh Uni B team (26) and Edinburgh AC (24).
Edinburgh Uni Hare and Hounds took silvers in the Men’s race at Cumbernauld and that takes them to 28 points with Central AC on 27 points in second and Kilbarchan AAC are third on 26.
Completing the top five in the men’s division are Cambuslang (24) and Glasgow Uni Hare and Hounds (23).
Megan Keith leads home Edinburgh Uni Hare and Hounds at the Lindsays National XC Relays (photo by Bobby Gavin)