Alaister Russell made the rankings for the 10th consecutive year, his 17th year in total, breaking Douglas Frame's club record. He made four appearances this year finishing 2nd in the rarely run 2000m, 7th in the 3000m, 4th in the 5000m and 3rd in the 10000m. He added another championship medal to his collection finishing 2nd in the 10000m at the national Championships.
The distance events continued to be successful for the club with Jamie Reid setting another personal best of 2hrs 21mins 16secs in the marathon, ranking him 2nd for the season. He also finished 14th in the 5000m, 12th in the 5 mile Road and 9th in the 10k Road rankings. Steven McGregor made his first appearance in the 10 mile rankings finishing 10th with a time of 52mins 34secs.
Now in the Senior age group, Colin McMaster handled the transition well, finishing 1st equal in the High Jump rankings with a 2m 10cm jump indoors. He won another National title with a 2m clearance and also took the silver medal at the Districts with a 2m 05cm clearance.
Despite not winning any championship medals Sam Armstrong made it to the top of the Javelin rankings for the third season in a row with a throw of 63m 66cm.
The Under 17 squad of boys appeared in a number of events however their best performance of the season came in the 4x400m relay at the National Championships where the team of Steven Lawley, Steven Porte, David Campbell and Thomas Grant won the Gold medal. with a time of 3mins 39.28secs, a time which also ranked them number one in Scotland.
In the girls rankings, Nikki Christie made her first appearance finishing 16th in the 800m with a time of 2.26.4 and in the Under 13 age group Lesley Fisher also made her debut finishing 19th in the 800m with a time of 2mins 36.6secs.