THREE Borders students celebrated their success at a national awards ceremony.

Campbell Strang, Amy Young, and Stephanie Bartlett were all praised at the ALBAS awards from Lantra Scotland.

Gamekeeping student Campbell celebrated a double win, picking up awards in the Game and Wildlife category and winning the Tam Tod Trophy – an award presented to an outstanding young learner in their field.

Campbell was praised by his lecturer Garry Dickson for his "exemplary work ethic" and "dedication to his studies".

Fellow student Amy Young, who is in her final year of Horse Care at Borders College, was delighted to be announced as runner-up in the Equine category.

Amy was nominated by her lecturer Stacey Swanston.

Ms Swanston described Amy as "a fantastic young woman who demonstrated a real passion for working with horses and the equine industry".

The third Borders College student to receive an accolade, and being named as a runner-up award in the Higher Education HND category was Animal Care student Stephanie Bartlett

Stephanie's achievement coach Claire Ritchie described her as "a remarkable student who had shown extraordinary personal growth, resilience, and commitment to the welfare of others".

The ALBAS recognise the achievements of individuals, employer partnerships and training providers in land-based and aquaculture, as well as raising the profile of training and employment opportunities and highlighting the benefits to employers of a well-trained and highly skilled workforce.

A spokesperson from Borders College said: "The College would like to congratulate Campbell, Amy, and Stephanie on their achievements."