NATIONAL medals continue to roll in for athletes with Pitreavie AAC after they scooped a pair of relay podium places recently.

The club was in action at the 4J Studios Scottish Athletics Indoor Relay Championships, at Glasgow's Emirates Arena, on February 15, and was represented by its under-17 women's 'A' and under-15 women's 'A' teams.

The competition, which saw competitors race over a 4x200 metres distance, saw six teams – except the under-13 girls, which had five – race for glory in male and female finals at under-13, under-15 and under-17 levels and took place during the Müller Indoor Grand Prix.

The under-17 quartet of Sophie Wallwork, Dani Mauchlen, Abbie Chisholm and Rebecca Grieve delivered on promising performances in the heats when, in a keenly-contested medal, they raced to an impressive silver medal. Their time of 1:44.34 was a club record and saw them place second behind winners VP-Glasgow AC (1:44.02), and ahead of bronze-medallists Giffnock North AC (1:46.12).

Not to be outdone, the under-15 squad – consisting of Kate Richardson, Aaliyah McCloud, Mica McCloud and Erin Macfarlane – joined their clubmates in grabbing a super silver with an equally impressive performance.

After advancing to the finals with a run of 1:52.30, which saw them finish second in their semi-final, and as the fifth-fastest team overall, the Pitreavie quartet improved significantly on that effort with medals up for grabs.

In a final that included Dunfermline Track and Field Club's Aaliyah Adebisi, Shayna Asamoah, Kirstin Penman and Darcie Black, who finished fourth in 1:53.85, their time of 1:50.16 saw them finish ahead of third-placed VP-Glasgow AC (1:52.25), with Giffnock North taking gold in 1:47.41.

Meanwhile, it wasn't just Pitreavie's younger athletes who have been picking up medals as Linzie Marsh proved at Scottish Athletics' Indoor Masters Championships.

The event, which also took place at the Emirates Arena, saw the Pitreavie masters competitor go for gold in the high jump, and saw her leap to top spot.

Her effort of 1.44m – a new PB – saw Marsh finish ahead of nearest rival Dash Newington, of Gateshead Harriers, who jumped 1.42m, and Kidderminster's Melanie Garland, who won bronze in 1.30m.