Riverside Park, Jedburgh, hosted the latest in the 2019 series of Borders Summer Games.

Thursday, 18th July 2019, 5:15 pm
Rianna Sterricks was delighted to win the Jedburgh 110m Sprint.

As always, memorable perfomances were produced by a multitude of local athletes.

Gavin Tait, number 12, won the second heat in the 800m Handicap.
Sarah Ross was the winner of the first heat in the 800m Handicap.
Conan Harper, wearing two, from Teviotdale Harriers, won the 800m Handicap for youths just ahead of Hawick's Robbie Welsh.
In heavy rain, Gordon Armstrong, from Kelso, breaks the tape in the 400m Wallace McDonald Handicap.
Winner of the 400m Handicap for youths was Charlie Robbie.
Rianna Sterricks collects her sprint silverware from Gordon Yule.
Douglas Young, from Kelso, won the 200m, sponsored and presented by Jack Laidlaw.
Matthew Gillon won the Race Around the Ttown at 6am.
Matthew Newton, right, wearing number four, wins the 90m Veterans Sprint.
Number seven Steven Reilly wins the 90m Jed Legion FC Football players' sprint ahead of Barry Melrose.
Kelso's Gordon Armstrong won the 400m Wallace McDonald Handicap, presented by Karen Gillan and Charlene Lunn.
Emma Tate, from Jedburgh Unionist Club, presents the cup to Charlie Robbie for winning the 400m Handicap for youths.
Roy of the 'Overs' ... ex-Jed-Forest and Scotland scrum half Roy Laidlaw won the 60m Handicap for entrants aged over 45.
Euan Amos was victorious in the 90m Handicap for Youths.
Rianna Sterricks, number 5, accomplishes success in the 110m Sprint.
Ryan Milligan won 'The Elite' 1500m Handicap.
Ryan McMichan, from Hawick, won the fourth heat of the 90m Handicap for Youths (A race).