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Northern Scot 10k series off to a flyer as Inverness Harriers duo pip Moray Road Runners to the prizes

By Craig Christie

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DINGWALL athlete Sean Chalmers pipped Moray’s Kenny Wilson to victory in the opening race of the Northern Scot 10k series.

Almost 300 runners were at the start line of Sunday’s Nairn 10k which was contested in cold and breezy conditions.

Chalmers and Inverness Harriers team-mate Jenny Bannerman were the male and female winners while Moray Road Runners were well represented in Wilson, who was nine seconds behind in second, and his brother James who was sixth.

Nairn 10k results

Another MRR athlete Ewan Davidson was fourth and Gareth Jenkins made it four Moray runners in the top 10 by finishing ninth.

Next race in the series is the MRR 10k at Miltonduff on March 29 followed by Buckie on April 12 and ForresBenromach on May 10.

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