A WEST FIFE track and field club will find out if they've won another prize at a glamorous awards night in Glasgow next month

Pitreavie AAC have been shortlisted for an accolade at Scottish Athletics' 4J Studios Annual Awards Dinner.

Taking place at the Hilton Hotel on Saturday October 28, former club runner, Eilidh Doyle, will be guest of honour at the event which will honour athletes, coaches, clubs and volunteers for their success and commitment.

There are four award categories for clubs - Impact Club of the Year, Off-Track Club of the Year, Track and Field Club of the Year, and the Janice Eaglesham MBE Para Development Club of the Year - and Pitreavie have been nominated for the Track and Field Club of the Year prize.

They will go up against Edinburgh AC and Harmeny AC for the award, which they won in 2021. Pitreavie was shortlisted for Impact Club of the Year in 2022.

On the track, the club have enjoyed another stellar year with high-achieving athletes including Nicole Yeargin, who helped Great Britain and Northern Ireland to bronze in the women's 4x400 metres at the World Athletics Championships, and Dalgety Bay 800m star Caleb McLeod, who won bronze at the Commonwealth Youth Games.

During a medal-laden career Eilidh, who retired from the sport in 2021, won 4x400m Olympic bronze in 2016, as well as two silver medals, and another bronze, at World Championship level.

In 2014, she won European Championship 400m hurdles gold, and became a champion in the 4x400m in 2016, and was a three-time Commonwealth Games silver medallist for Scotland in her individual discipline.