In Pictures: The best of Hawick Games

Buccleuch Park was the setting for Hawick Games with the main event the 110 metres handicap.

Tuesday, 11th June 2019, 6:05 pm
Scott Tindle wins the 110m Sprint Ipicture: Bill McBurnie)
Scott Tindle wins the 110m Sprint Ipicture: Bill McBurnie)

Here we take a look at some of the best moments of the games.

Connor McLeod from Hawick RP wins heat 2 of the 200m Handicap (picture: Bill McBurnie)
Kai Lennie (3), Shellee Fojick (2), Callum Shiel (1) in the second heat of the 13-16year 90m Handicap (picture: Bill McBurnie)
Earlston's Mhairi Henderson won heat 2 of the 110m sprint Handicap Hawick Games (picture: Bill McBurnie)
Danielle Lockie wins the 400m Handicap in 49.5 secs (picture: Bill McBurnie)
Natasha Turnbull wins the 200m Open (picture: Bill McBurnie)
Emma Brus (15) and Danielle Lockie (16) battling in the 800m Open Handicap (picture: Bill McBurnie)
Eve Rathie from Leithenburn won her heat in the 90m Handicap (picture: Bill McBurnie)
Aaron Glendenning wins the youths 200m in 23.53 secs (picture: Bill McBurnie)
Mhairi Henderson wins her heat in the 200m Handicap (picture: Bill McBurnie)
Scott Tindle wins the 110m Sprint (picture: Bill McBurnie)
11 year old Connor McLeod of Hawick RP won heat 2 of the 90m Handicap (picture: Bill McBurnie)
Ema Brus wins the 800m Open (picture: Bill McBurnie)
Scott Tindle won the 110m Sprint final sponsored by The Waverley Bar, presented by Ian Hope (picture: Bill McBurnie)
Dylan Ali presents the Leon Ali Memorial Trophy to Natasha Turnbull for winning the 200m Open Handicap in a time of 22.86 secs (picture: Bill McBurnie)
Border Games Treasurer David hush presents the cup to Robyn Keddie who won the youths 200m in 23.96 secs (picture: Bill McBurnie)
Ryan Milligan wins the 1600m Open Handicap at Hawick (picture: Bill McBurnie)