Moray athlete Dionne Milne was Aberdeen’s top performer in the Scottish Women’s Athletics League meeting at Meadowbank, Edinburgh.
The 16-year-old Scottish age group champion won the senior women’s discus with a personal best throw of 42.35m which is an improvement on the 42.23 she achieved at a meeting in Germany last month.
Milne was the Aberdeen’s only winner in the senior events, while Kate Mackay won the under-15 girls’ high jump with 1.55m and was first in the B-string 75m hurdles in 12.52sec.
There were also B-string under-15 wins for Freya McKay in the long jump ( 4.64m) and Abby Riddell in the 800m (2:30.66).
The Aberdeen select side, which won the opening league fixture last month, finished fourth on this occasion and now sit in second position behind title-holders Edinburgh AC with one match remaining.
Ross Campbell (Highland Hill Runners) picked up the under-20 age group bronze medal in the UK inter counties hill running championships at Blackburn when he finished 14th overall in the senior men’s race.
Graham Bee (Inverness Harriers) led the North of Scotland side to sixth position in the men’s team competition when he finished 13th. Former Aberdeen runner Chris Smith, competing for Middlesex, was third behind winner Shaun Dixon (Middlesex).
Campbell and Bee were supported in the North team by Robbie Paterson (Forres harriers), who finished 41st, one position ahead of Inverness man Kenny McPherson, while Stornoway’s William MacRury was 60th.
Robert Gordon University student Scout Adkin finished second in the under-20 competition when finishing 11th overall in the women’s race. She also helped the East finish second in the team competition.
The other team members were Charlotte Morgan (eighth), Loch Ness and Scottish marathon champion Megan Crawford (Fife AC), 15th and Louise Mercer (21st).
Aberdeen-based Moira Davie (Forres Harriers) was 23rd, while Ciara Largey (Cosmic Hillbashers) was 35th and Megan Bee (Highland Hill Runners) 45th.