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Rain doesn’t dampen the spirits at sports day

THE weather was far from ideal for the annual sports day promoted by Mid Argyll Athletic Club and held at Lochgilphead Joint Campus.

Despite the rain, the day attracted talented young athletes from Oban, Mull and Kintyre as well a good entry from Mid Argyll.

Mid Argyll athletes came out on top, winning six out of the 11 age categories.

Arguably the top performances of the day were in a fiercely competitive girls’ under-13 age group where Poppy MacKillop from Oban and Jilly Lefebvre from Kilmichael Glassary finished equal on points. Jilly won the long and high jumps clearing an impressive 1.40 metres in the latter in wet conditions and went on to win the shot putt and 400m. Poppy dominated in the 60m and 200m, winning in fast times. Anna Gemmill from Carra dale was the under-11 champion with Alice Adair from Kilmartin getting runner-up.

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