Around 100 walkers and runners aged from two to 74 years of age turned out for the 11th annual Meigle Run in aid of the Rowan Boland Memorial Trust.

The event, which is held at Gala Cricket Club by Gala Harriers and the Trust, included a junior fun run and 5km Meigle Run and saw Scotland rugby coach Gregor Townsend in attendance in his home town.

And it was 14-year-old Archie Dalgleish who was first home in 5km run to take the mens title, with Ava Richardson, 14, first home in the womens section.

The junior fun run saw all children presented with a medal by Braw Lad Cory Paterson and Braw Lass Emma Spence, who also presented the trophies to the Meigle Run winners.

There was also a barbecue, ice cream van, bouncy castle and kwik cricket, football and touch rugby available on the day, which helped raise funds for the Rowan Boland Memorial Trust.

A huge thanks to all those who took part in the run; all the volunteers who helped in advance and on day; Schofield Cloth Finishers for sponsoring the bouncy castle; The Trophy Guy for help with trophies and medals; and Gregor Townsend and Cory Paterson and Emma Spence for helping present the medals and trophies.

Kristin Boland of the Trust, said: “A huge thanks to all the runners and everyone who came along on the day to support the event.”

Results: 1st male – Archie Dalgleish; Male under 16 – Charlie Dalgleish; Male over 40 – Gary Lyon; Male over 50 – James Dennison; 1st female – Ava Richardson; female under 16 – Erin Gray; Female over 40 – Debbie Paterson; Female over 50 – Lisa Dalgleish. Oldest runner – Alan Samuel.