BORDERS athletes returned from the Scottish Senior and Under 17s Indoor Championships at the weekend with a haul of medals.

Dolphinton’s Jordan Charters missed out on the national Long Jump title at Glasgow's Emirates Arena by just one centimetre.

The 20-year-old, who competes for Sale Harriers, was edged out of gold by Peter Muirhead.

Hawick’s Dylan Ali also collected a silver medal after finishing just behind Cameron Chalmers of Jersey in the final of the 400 metres on the Emirates track.

The 20-year-old, who is coached by Davie Rae, clocked a new best time of 48.33 in the final.

Former national champion Stacey Downie from West Linton turned back the clock to finish runner-up in the final of the 200 metres.

The 27-year-old teacher, who competes for Edinburgh AC, clocked 24.76 to finish a metre down on Chloe Lambert.

Downie was also fifth in the final of the 60 metres.

The improving Matt Dougal from Galashiels also claimed a silver medal after a spirited performance in the final of the Under 17s 1500 metres.

The Edinburgh AC athlete finished just behind Tynedale’s Max Pearson in the final with a time of 4.18.41.

Berwickshire teenager Cameron Tindle had to settle for a bronze medal behind World and European 60 metre champion Richard Kilty from Middlesborough.

But the 17-year-old Edinburgh AC flyer did record a new best time of 6.88 in finishing third.

There was also a bronze medal for Berwickshire's Rosie Brown in the Under 17s pole vault.

Bryony Patterson from Innerleithen, who competes for Lasswade, claimed third in the Under 17s triple jump with a distance 10.35 metres.

The Peebles High pupil also finished seventh in the long jump.

Selkirk’s Henry Clarkson finished fourth in the senior triple jump.

And there was also a fourth place finish for Peebles teacher Faye Nicholson in the senior long jump.