Escellent standards by competitors of all ages were a notable feature of the Langholm Border Games for 2019:

Friday, 2nd August 2019, 2:00 pm
Ellis McKean from Hawick won the High Jump under 16s.

Here’s a look at some of the top action, with pictures from Bill McBurnie.

Ava Lees (TLJT) won the 90m youths in 9.72 secs.
Douglas Young from Kelso, pictured left at a previous meet with Jack Laidlaw. Douglas won the 90m handicap at Langholm.

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Wrestling was also on the bill at Langholm.
The grappling classes drew a lot of interest at Castleholm.
Jacob Aubrey won the 400m open in 52.04 s ahead of Daniel Paxton (number 18) from Hawick RP.
A decent-sized field was in the 400m open, won by Jacob Aubrey.
Number five Robbie Welsh takes the 800m Youths in 2m 06.48s ahead of Aaron Glendinning of Leithenburn.
Kelso's Matthew Fleming won the 800m open in 1m 59.79s in front of Emma Brus (TLJT)
Lana Stanger of Hawick won the youths' 200m for entrants aged 13-16.
Murray Blair wins the 200m open, ahead of Nina Cessford in 22.00 secs.
Victory in the 200m Youths' 13-16 years event for Lana Stanger, number four, of Hawick.
Tiegan Gibb, from Leithenburn, wins the 200m Youths final.
Victory in the youths' 1600m was claimed by Conan Harper, from Teviotdale Harriers.
Colin Welsh, from Kelso, won the 1600m in 4m 38.38 s
Jacob Aubrey with his trophy after winning the 400m open in 52.04 s.
Douglas Young of Kelso beat Jedburgh's Brodie Cowan by 1/100th of a second in the 90m open.