Five days after his superb performance in Edinburgh at the Scottish 5k Championships, Kerry-Liam Wilson claimed yet another National title.
The Girvan-based runner ran the next round of the Scottish Veteran Harriers Grand Prix race at Pollok Park. Glasgow, and won the Walter Ross Memorial 10k Trophy in a new personal best of 31:53 for the two lap course in and around the park estate.
A delighted Wilson said: “It’s one of the few times I have not looked at the clock during racing. I hit the start button on my watch and concentrated on the race.
“I felt the legs on the little drag section and didn’t think for one moment I was in the sub 32 mins position, but when I crossed the line and timekeeper shout 31:53, I was well chuffed. It was a lonely run for myself today.
“Maybe next time I’ll have more company and hopefully lower the time again.”