LEITHENBURN athletes tasted further success on Saturday at the concluding meeting of the Highland Games season.

In front of huge crowds at Pitlochry, 16-year-old Rianna Sterricks won the coveted 90 metres handicap.

It wasn't only Rianna's first senior win but also the club's first taste of success at senior level.

There was further joy in the youths races with Emma Currie blasting round the track to claim gold in the Girls 400 metres.

It was the 13-year-old's first win on the circuit - and well deserved, having reached the places in several finals already this season.

Louis Whyte made it a Leithenburn double by the winning the Boys 400 metres.

The 10-year-old, who has shown great form all season, proved too fast for the backmarkers to catch.

Leithenburn's older athletes lined up against the best in Scotland for the Scottish Athletics Club Relay final.

And the team of Sam Archibald, Luke Rathie, Emma Currie and Robyn Keddie shocked many by taking the silver medals.

Coach John Motion told us: "It has been a tremendous season and we came home from Pitlochry very happy."