Scottish Schools Climbing Competition 2017 GRAND FINAL COMPETITORS (RESULTS ammended after appeals).

Following the Appeals Period we have amended the results which are now available below. There are over 80 children who have now been selected to take part in the grand final. Congratulations to the following competitors in each of the categories, who are invited to apply for their place:

YOUTH E Girls top rope: Anna Fraser, Anna Body, Carys Henderson, Ingrid Ledingham, Katy Wallace

YOUTH E Boys top rope: Alfie Cordiner, Conall Kernahan, Tom Hamer, Ryan Morrison, Joshua Van Impe, Maxime Riviere

YOUTH D Girls top rope: Amy Matheson, Erin Partridge, Natasha Smith, Ava Gracey Hamilton, Holly Holmes, Kasha Ogilvie

YOUTH D Boys top rope: Cameron Maclean, Dan Skinner, Lachlan Ross, Harry Blackie, Rhys Taylor

YOUTH C Girls top rope: Emma Rendall, Emma Gracie, Marnie Sayer, Anna Arestis, Jenny Morrison, Christie Arthur

YOUTH C Boys top rope: Eduard Banea, Archie MacIntyre, Nadav Libman, Dodie Simmers, Dylan Coker

YOUTH B Girls top rope: Annie Aitchison, Pippa Cooke, Beth Harrison, Alice Nicoll, Caryn Sorensen

YOUTH B Boys top rope: Tim Cox, Calum Bowie, Jasper Kinghorn, Will Bain, Andrew San

YOUTH A Girls top rope: Amy Lieberman, Isobel Findlay, Tia Whitton, Fiona Rowan, Natalie Taylor

YOUTH A Boys top rope: Munro Brown, Graham Aim, Rory Barker, Sean Dillon, Patrick Morris, Finbar Doig

YOUTH C Girls lead: Niamh Doran, Emma Heslop, Hannah Kerr, Louise Flockhart, Steph Millar

YOUTH C Boys lead: Jamie Partridge, Max McGowan, Luke Van Impe, Cammy Adair, Sandy Bond

YOUTH B Girls lead: Hannah Smith, Carla Garcia, Caitlin Connor, Emily Campbell, Ruth Kershaw

YOUTH B Boys lead: Stephen Keir, Ben Findlay, Daniel Smith, Owen Pescod, Allan Player, Innes Watt

YOUTH A Girls lead: Emma Davidson, Lucy Ross, Alexandra Dundas, Aimee McRae, Holly Davis

YOUTH A Boys lead: Fraser Moodie, David Miedzybrodzki, Conall Whyte, Scott Coulter, Joe Hutcheson

Full results and revised finalists (after appeals)

Grand Final Details

If you are new to climbing and are competing in a climbing competition for the fist time there is a provisional schedule for the day below. However, here is a quick summary:
  • The Final is held at Glasgow Climbing Centre.
  • Registration will start at 09.00 and finish at 09.30.
  • Climbing will begin at 10.00.
  • The competition is scheduled to finish at 17.30.

Parents are responsible for the behaviour of their children while at the competition, so at least one parent must remain at the competition to supervise their child. Please be aware that the climbing centre and the cafe will remain open to public during the day so you are asked not to leave kit lying around the centre but to use the lockers next to the cafe (£1 coin return). The cafe is superb (one of the top ten in Glasgow!)but be aware there will be no room in the cafe for eating packed lunches.

Climbers must supply their own climbing equipment. These items may be available for hire from the climbing wall (prior booking would be essential):
  • Harness
  • Rock Shoes
  • Chalk Bag and chalk

Belayers and judges are supplied but if a parent is a competent climber and belayer and wishes to volunteer to help they can contact Kevin Howett at
BOOKING Please make sure you book your place on the final by going to the Mountaineering Scotland website Members' Portal.

SSCC is supported by Entre-prise, Glasgow Climbing Centre and St Aloysius School.

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