THE last indoor athletics championship of the season proved fruitful for Pitreavie AAC as they brought home an impressive nine medals.

Athletes from the club were in action at the recently-held 4J Studios Indoor Age Group Championships at Glasgow's Emirates Arena, and they secured five first, two second and two third places on the podium.

Two of the gold-medal successes came in the under-20 60 metres races, with Rory Voss and Rebecca Grieve claiming top honours in the men's and women's events.

After winning through his heat and semi-final in times of 7.19 and 7.12 seconds respectively, Rory dipped at the line to take the win in the final in 7.04, finishing just ahead of Airdrie Harriers' James McMillan (7.08) and Cole Queen (Glasgow School of Sport, 7.15).

In her race, Rebecca, who won her semi-final in 7.85, ran a strong final and crossed the line in 7.74, finishing ahead of Inverness Harriers' Marvellous Igbinidu (7.87) and Hartlepool Youth AC's Ashley Watson (7.91).

She went on to add to that success with a silver medal in the 200m, posting times of 25.77 and 25.20 to reach the final, where she placed second in 24.98, behind Horwich RMI's Sophie Walton (23.99), and ahead of bronze-medal winner Sophie Evans, of Law and District AAC (25.90).

Going head-to-head with older competitors in the women's under-20 age group, under-17 athlete Erin Macfarlane won an excellent bronze in the 800m.

After qualifying for the final with a time of 2:19.58, she bettered that by crossing the line in 2:15.35, just behind the top two runners, Abbi Macleod (Falkirk Victoria Harriers, 2:14.14), and Anise Macaulay Orr (Edinburgh AC, 2:14.90).

Pitreavie athletes in the under-13 age group also shone, with Murray Robb, Mia Fairweather and Isla Gourlay all earning superb gold medals.

Murray, having recovered from injury, threw a distance of 7.76m to win the boys' shot put, with Mia doing likewise in the girls' event with an effort of 8.70m, finishing 41 centimetres ahead of Gateshead Harriers and Athletics Club's Rebecca Etherington.

Isla, in the girls' 1500m, took gold in 5:06.98, ahead of Cerys Wright (Team East Lothian, 5:14.55), and Emily Taylor (Aberdeen AAC, 5:24.81), while Mia collected a silver medal in the 200m, improving on her winning heat and semi-final times of 29.68 and 28.10 to finish behind Kilmarnock Harriers and Athletic Club's Lola Barrett (27.34) in 27.58.

The final gong of Pitreavie's haul went to Fraser Muir who, in the boys' 200m, collected bronze with a time of 28.83, finishing just behind Shettleston Harriers' Abraham Lanahan (27.82), and Law and District AAC's Luke Evans (28.74).