BERWICKSHIRE sprinter Cameron Tindle reclaimed his Scottish crown at the weekend.

The 19-year-old, who is coached at Tweedbank by Henry Gray and Bruce Scott, faced a top class field in the 100 metres final at Grangemouth.

But the highly-rated flyer still crossed the line almost a metre ahead of fellow Edinburgh AC runner Michael Olsen with Glasgow's Kade Thomas a further metre down in third.

Tindle's time of 10.68 seconds was just a couple of metres outside his best ever time.

There was a further gold for Berwickshire with Duns javelin thrower Keira Waddell reaching 40.49 metres to claim the Under 17s title.

Keira's throw would have earned her silver in the senior championship the following day.

The 16-year-old Berwickshire High pupil later finished fourth in the Under 17s shot putt.

Former sprint champion Stacey Downie earned a silver medal over her new distance of 400 metres.

The 28-year-old schoolteacher from West Linton crossed the line a couple of metres down on Aberdeen's Kelsey Stewart in the final.

Midlem's Zoe Pflug also won a silver medal on the Grangemouth track after a gutsy run in the Under 20s 5000 metres.

The 18-year-old, who is a member of Gala Harriers, finished second behind Aberdeen's Naomi Long.

Peebles hammer thrower Craig Mullins won a bronze in the senior competition behind Woodford Green's Andy Frost, with a best distance of 46.87 metres.

And Gavin Bryson from Lauder also won a bronze medal in the Under 20s 5,000 metres behind Perth's Sol Sweeney.

Charlotte Clare from Peebles was edged out of a medal in the Under 17s 800 metres.

The teenager's time of 2.17.44 to claim fourth in the final was a two second PB.

Henry Clarkson narrowly failed to reach the podium in the senior long jump competition, but the 18-year-old's new best distance of 7.22 metres takes him to the top of the Scotland Under 20s rankings.

Clarkson finished fifth behind Shettleston's David Martin.

Innerleithen teenager Bryony Patterson finished sixth and seventh, respectively, in the senior triple jump and long jump.

Cardrona's Ellie O'Hara, who won the Scottish Under 15s title the previous week, collected silver in Bedford at the English championships.

The Peebles High pupil reached 10.95 metres.