ARBROATH and District Athletic Club members had a busy weekend at the Kelvin Hall.
The Glasgow Indoor Arena was host to the Scottish Combined Events Championships, the Under-13 Superteams, National Indoor 3,000m Championships and Masters Championships with ADAC being represented in each event.
In his first year in the under-17 age group, Jack Garrigan, who is also ranked number one under-17 high jumper in Scotland, came home with the Combined Events silver medal.
Gold came back to Arbroath following a great run by Becky Dunphy in the 3,000m and Stuart Campbell in the Masters 1,500m. Ellen Robertson did an excellent job in her first year as an under-17 woman in their Combined Events and the Under-13 Superteam girls showed they were a force to be reckoned with.
Full local results are:
Under-17 men, pentathlon, silver medal, Jack Garrigan, long-jump - 5.66; 60 metre hurdles - 9.60; high-jump - 1.87; shot-putt - 8.98. 100m – 2.54.11; points total – 2,968.
Under-17 women, pentathlon, Ellen Robertson, 60 metre hurdles - 10.83; high-jump - 1.39; shot-putt - 6.82; long-jump - 4.22; 800m - 2.46.19; points total - 2,254.
Under-13 superteams, Anna Robertson, 60m - 9.75; high-jump - 1.25; shot-putt - 5.74: Nicola Fairlie, 60m - 10.16; high-jump - 1.10; shot-putt - 4.36; Kelsey Young, 60m - 10.53; high-jump - 1.20; shot-putt - 4.51; Allie Townsend, 60m - 10.03; high-jump - 1.00; shot-putt - 4.51: team relay - 2.26.60.
National Indoor 3,000m Championships, under-20, women, gold medal, Becky Dunphy, 11.06.72.
Masters Championships, 1,500m - gold medal, Stuart Campbell, 4.19.89.