In pictures: baton relay - East Renfrewshire

The Queen's Commonwealth Games baton travels around East Renfrewshire on day 33 of it's journey across Scotland.

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Relay begins in Uplawmoor and will travel through Newton Mearns, Eaglesham, Busby, Clarkston, Giffnock, Thornliebank and Barrhead.

Heather Anderson is first to get her hands on the baton on day 33 as she carries it through Uplawmoor. Picture by David Cheskin.

Shannon McKechnie watches her step as she carries the baton through Uplawmoor on another wet start to the day for the relay. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Children wave flags as the baton passes through Uplawmoor. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Richard Spearey carries the baton through Neilston in East Renfrewshire. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Batonbearer Jonathan Gilmour is joined by locals as he takes the baton through Barrhead. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Batonbearer Russell MacMillan shows off the baton in Newton Mearns. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Kenneth Robertson with the baton at Barrhead High School. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Actor John Barrowman is one of the batonbearers on the relays route through East Renfrewshire. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Barrowman, known for his role as Captain Jack Harness in Doctor Who and Torchwood, poses with baton at Greenbank Garden in Newton Mearns. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Manaim Shah carries the baton through Newton Mearns. Picture by David Cheskin.

Harjot Kambo has lots of support as he carries the baton in Newton Mearns. Picture by David Cheskin.

Alan Stern carries the baton through Eaglesham in East Renfrewshire. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Sara Clegg carries the baton through Clarkston in East Renfrewshire. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Batonbearer Carolyn McKinnon is joined by the Pakistan bowling team at Stamperland Bowling Club in Clarkston. Picture by David Cheskin.

Retired athlete Lee McConnell carries the baton in Clarkston. Picture by Chris Radburn.

McConnell, who won 400m silver at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester and a 400m hurdle bronze in Melbourne 2006, with the baton at Netherlee Primary School in Clarkston. Picture by David Cheskin.

Alister Ogg is joined by Games mascot Clyde as he carries the baton in Eaglesham. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Sara Clegg shows of the baton at Clarkston Hall in East Renfrewshire. Picture by David Cheskin.

Members of East Renfrewshire Council join batonbearer Brendan Murphy in Giffnock. Picture by David Cheskin.

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