On what was a horrible day in Grangemouth, seven young Chasers made the journey north.

First up on the day was Isla Taylor in the 1500m in what can only ┬ábe described as driving rain she ran well against some much older runners and gained a PB. Next up in the field event’s was Heather Kinghorn in the shot putt again in the driving rain Heather threw very well gaining a Pb and a bronze medal. At the same time Josh Abbott was taking part in the Long Jump into a very soggy sand pit jumping very well against what was a tough opponents.

Back on the track Kyle Taylor was running to victory on the 100m in a great race and Erin Moran ran really well in her race.

Back to the Field events again where Heather and Kiera Waddell were taking part in the Javelin both girls threw well despite what must have been very slippy Javelins. Kiera gaining a Gold medal with the longest throw of the day and Heather throwing into the Bronze medal position in her age group.

Next up on the track were Josh and Jamie Kinghorn in the 300m. Josh coming away with the Gold medal with a great run and Jamie claiming the Silver medal.

Back to the Field events where Erin and Isla to part in the girls Long Jump with both girls getting Pb’s and Erin claiming the Bronze medal,Kyle took part in the Long jump for his age group and jumped very well.

Back to the track and Kyle in action again running in the 200m this time and again gaining a medal a Bronze this time with a spirited run.

Jamie and Josh were up next in the 800m in a very tough field Josh ran very well to claim a Bronze medal with the boys in front of him both Scottish Schools Champions, Jamie in his first 800m for 3 months ran a good race.

A great haul of medal for the young Chasers 9 in total much to the dismay of some of the home club parents.