CENTRAL Athletic's Cameron McCorgray was on medal form again as he took silver at the Scottish Indoor Under 20 Championships at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow at the weekend.

After taking a fine bronze at the senior championships two weeks ago, Cameron came into the event full of confidence.

He was well within himself as he cleared 1.92m at the second attempt, but with Chris MacKay of Giffnock clearing first time Cameron had to clear at the next height of 1.97m to win. It proved beyond him this time, but he can still be proud of his silver medal.

Jamie Price just missed out on the podium in the 400m after running a pb in his heat (51.86s) then another pb 51.72s in the final for 4th place just 0.3s from bronze. His time moves him to 5th on the Central AC men’s all-time list for the event.

Catriona Laing was also on form in the women’s 400m with an indoor best in her semi with 59.19s then finishing 5th in the final with 59.69s. Her semi-final time moves her to 3rd on the Central AC women’s indoor all-time list.

Jessica Cleland was making her first appearance of the indoor season having decided to focus on her training over the winter but had a good run out in the 60m to test her form improving in each round with 8.22s in the heat, 8.13s in the semi then 8.06s in the final to finish a respectable 6th place, 0.11s from the podium in a tight finish.

Fiona Davies placed 5th in the 1500m with an indoor pb 5:25.25 minutes and Matthew Meredith stepped up an age group to equal his season best 3.11m for 5th in the pole vault.

Balfron sisters Briagha and Coirilidh Cook were celebrating after taking a 1-2 at the Scottish Indoor Under 15 Championships in the 60m hurdles at the Emirates Arena on Sunday.

The sisters both won national titles at under 13 level in 2015 and 2016, but this is the first time they had competed head to head in the same age group.

They both set personal bests as fastest qualifiers for the final with Briagha running 9.43s and Coirilidh 9.55s.

When the final came it was a close run affair with Briagha taking the lead but Coirilidh closing. Briagha held on for gold in a personal best 9.36s with Coirilidh just behind in 9.40s for silver, also a personal best.

Briagha had already been on the podium after she set a personal best 5.11m in the long jump to break the club indoor record for silver.

Shona McLay was also on good form in the 60m. After getting through heats and semis she set a personal best 8.27s for 7th place in the final. She then just missed out on the podium in the 200m taking 4th place in a personal best 26.97s.

Daniel Bruce finished a respectable 5th place in the 60m hurdles final in 10.27s and was also 8th in the high jump (1.42m) and 12th in the long jump (4.36m). Coirstaidh Ainsworth placed 9th overall in the 800m running a seasons best 2:28.11 minutes. Naomi Howlieson tested herself out gaining experience in her new under 15 age group placing 16th in the high jump with 1.27m.

For Central’s under 13 athletes, it was all about experience with all of them competing at a national championships for the first time. Euan Campbell took a respectable 7th place in the long jump with 4.28m. He also placed 12th overall in the 800m with a seasons best 2:33.58 minutes.

Cameron MacMillan placed 8th in his first ever 1500m race in 5:24.90 minutes.

Ellie Ross set personal bests at 200m (33.92s) and long jump (4.59m) along with a seasons best at 800m (3:01.80 minutes).