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Law and District stars take medals at National Indoor Championships

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Medals and new personal bests were the order of the day as Law and District Amateur Athletics Club competed at the National Indoor Championships in Glasgow recently.Youngsters in U13, U15 and U20 age groups impressed at the Emirates Arena over February 18 and 19, recording a series of fine performances for the club.U20 star Jade Gray kicked off the Championships by winning gold in the shot put with a massive new personal best and new club record distance of 10.73m.Next up was U13 Roisin McClelland, who won silver in the shot put with a throw of 7.33m, just outside her personal best.U13 Cara Murphy continued her good form, winning bronze in the 200m and finishing fourth in the 60m, in a new personal best time of 8.71s.U20 Sophie Evans also achieved bronze in the 200m in a fine time of 26.01s, just outside her personal best.There was also a bronze medal for U15 Skye Davidson as she finished third in the 300m with an impressive time of 43.97s.Also competing in the championships, reaching the semi finals of the U15 girls 60m, were Eilidh Cameron, Lucia McKenna, McKenzie McHolm, Abbie Dick, India Wood, Neve Murray and Rachel Williamson.Stefan Cowan competed in the U13 final of the 60m, finishing in fifth place with a new personal best of 8.86s and also reached the semi finals of the 200m.U13 Devyn Smith competed in the semi finals of both the 60m and 200m.U17 Owen Murphy competed in the older age group and reached the semi finals of the U20 60m, with Sophie Evans finishing fifth in the women’s 60m final.Lucia McKenna also reached the semi finals of the U15 200m.Oscar Logan reached the finals of the U20 800m, finishing in fifth place with a superb performance of 1:57.7mins.In the U15 girls shot put, Anna Bondar finished fifth,

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