BORDERS athletes enjoyed another golden weekend at the Emirates Indoor Arena in Glasgow.

Following on from his success at the Scottish Schools Championships, Selkirk's Henry Clarkson returned with the Under 20s long jump title.

The 17-year-old reached a massive 7.06 metres for gold.

Clarkson also won a silver medal in his preferred triple jump discipline with a distance of 13.65 metres to finish just behind Glasgow's Aidan Quinn.

But Henry was outdone by his training partner at the Linda Nicholson jumps school, Ellie O'Hara.

The 13-year-old from Cardrona smashed the championship record on her way to winning the Under 15s triple jump title with a distance of 10.98 metres.

And she followed it up with gold in the Under 15s long jump - winning by 24 centimetres with a distance of 5.35 metres.

Coach Nicholson said: "Ellie broke her own triple jump record and set a new personal best in the long jump.

"Henry also jumped really well to go within one centimetre of his personal best in the long jump."

Innerleithen's Bryony Patterson from the same jumps group was only two centimetres away from her personal best as she finished sixth in the Under 20s long jump with a distance of 5.27 metres.

But there were still plenty more medals to be won by Borders athletes.

Galashiels high jumper Adam Leighton, who competes for Lasswade, collected a silver medal following a thrilling jump off in the Under 15s competition.

His height of 1.67 metres - just three centimetres short of a recently set PB - was only beaten by Whitemoss athlete Kyle McAulay.

Berwickshire's Rosie Browne did take the gold medal in the Under 20s pole vault with a clearance of 2.66 metres.

Ethan Elder from Peebles continued his progress on the track with a silver medal in the Under 15s 1500 metres with a time of 4.23.47.

The Moorfoot athlete was run out of gold by Pitreavie's Lewis Dow in an exciting final.

Fellow Peebles runner Ailsa Innes, who competes for Lasswade, finished well to take bronze in the Under 20s 800 metres with a new best time of 2.17.14.

Niamh Shaw was just run out of a podium place in the final of the Under 20s 1500 metres, finishing in fourth.

And fellow Moorfoot athlete Charlotte Clare finished fifth in the final of the Under 17s 800 metres.

Lauder's Gavin Bryson reached the final of the Under 20s 800 metres where he finished sixth with a time of 1.58.49.

Samantha Dagg of the Tweed Leader club also qualified for the final of the Under 13s 200 metres, finishing 5th in 29.90 behind Edinburgh's Rebecca Grieve.

And Patrick Cannon from Peebles also progressed from the heats of the Under 13s 800 metres to finish seventh in the final.