Law AAC coaches selected to carry Commonwealth baton

Game on...for Law and District AAC members Sharon Biggin (left) and Siobhan Lindsay, who have been picked to carry the Queen's Baton in the Commonwealth relay for Glasgow's Games 2014 (Pic Rodger Price)
Game on...for Law and District AAC members Sharon Biggin (left) and Siobhan Lindsay, who have been picked to carry the Queen's Baton in the Commonwealth relay for Glasgow's Games 2014 (Pic Rodger Price)
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IN a double honour for Law and District Amateur Athletics Club, two of its coaches have been picked to carry the Commonwealth Games Queen’s Baton.

Siobhan Lindsay and Sharon Biggins will be part of Clydesdale’s leg of the 190,000km route on Sunday, June 22, a fitting warm-up to this summer’s Games in Glasgow.

Siobhan (48), of Braidwood, said: “I’m slightly embarrassed but honoured to be picked. I plan to savour the moment though.”

And Carluke woman Sharon (42) said: “It is a real privilege and a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be picked.”

Neither Siobhan nor Sharon have been given details about exactly where they’ll be running but expect to find out more next month. They were both nominated to carry the Queen’s Baton by Law and District AAC’s Lesley McNicol.

For the full story, pick up a copy of this week’s Carluke and Lanark Gazette which is out now. If you live in Clydesdale and have been selected as a baton bearer, but have not yet featured in the Gazette, why not let us know and share your good news with our readers? Email jcurrie@jpress.co.uk or call 01555 772226.