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Three Inverness Harriers are called up to the Scotland squad for Loughborough International


By Will Clark

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Kirsty Law, Steven Mackay and Mhairi Maclennan have been called up to the Scotland squad to compete at the Loughborough International.

Mhairi Maclennan has been called up for Scotland.
Mhairi Maclennan has been called up for Scotland.

The Inverness Harriers trio will represent their country on Sunday, May 23 as part of a team of 38 athletes.

Kirsty Law is British champion.
Kirsty Law is British champion.

British champion Law from Munlochy will compete in the discus, while Inverness runner Mackay and Kirkhill runner Maclennan will both take part in the men's and women's 3000 metres respectively.

Stephen Mackay will compete in the 3000 metres.
Stephen Mackay will compete in the 3000 metres.

Full Scotland squad

Men:

100m Michael Olsen; 200m Adam Thomas; 400m Krishawn Aiken; 800m Ben Greenwood; 1500m Joe Ewing; 3000m Stephen Mackay; 110m Hurdles Andrew Murphy; 400m Hurdles Jack Lawrie; 3000m Steeplechase Jonny Glen

High Jump Will Grimsey; Long Jump Alessandro Schenini; Triple Jump Henry Clarkson; Pole Vault Andrew Murphy; Discus Nick Percy; Hammer Chris Bennett; Javelin Greg Millar; Shot Put Craig Charlton

4×100 Relay: Olsen, Thomas, Aiken, Greg Kelly

4×400 Relay: Aiken, Lawrie, Greenwood, Allan Hamilton, Kyle Alexander

Women

100m Alisha Rees; 200m Beth Dobbin; 400m Zoey Clark; 800m Philippa Millage; 1500m Jenny Selman; 3000m Mhairi Maclennan; 100m Hurdles Heather Paton; 400m Hurdles Mhairi Patience; 3000m Steeplechase Sarah Tait

High Jump Carmen Neat; Long Jump Sarah Warnock; Triple Jump Zara Asante; Pole Vault Courtney MacGuire; Discus Kirsty Law; Hammer Rachel Hunter; Shot Put Teddy Tchoudja

4×100 Relay: Rees, Paton, Alyson Bell, Rebecca Matheson, Georgina Adam

4×400 Relay: Dobbin, Clark, Adam, Patience, Kelsey Stewart


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