Multiple Donegal athletes won International golds at the SIAB Track and Field International in Belfast.
Lifford-Strabane club member Caoimhe Gallen threw a best of 54.28m in the Hammer to win as athletes from the UK and Ireland took part.
Fellow club mate Finn O’Neill was third in the 100m hurdles, finishing in 13.29 seconds while Ellie McCurdy threw 41.26m for bronze in the javelin.
Tir Chonaill AC’s Fintan Dewhirst clocked 52.67 seconds for silver behind Samael Lunt from England in the boys 400m hurdles.
Finn Valley’s Blaine Lynch took silver in the Javelin as he threw 54.39m.
In today’s action Lifford-Strabane’s Adrienne Gallen won silver in the Hammer with 51.01m and silver in the Shot with 9.87m.
Cormac O’Donnell won silver in the Hammer with a best of 52.23m
For Finn Valley, James Kelly won the Shot Put with a 16.45 throw, while Amy Greene placed third in the 3000m steeplechase.
Cara Laverty was a bronze medalist in the 800m in a 2:19.5, while Hannah Murray took the bronze in the 400m with a 57.49s run.
Joseph Gillespie also won bronze as he leaped to 6.41m in the long jump.
Tír Chonaill’s Lucy McGlynn took another title, winning the 400m hurdles in 1:01.22, and Siobhan Doherty was 1st in the 3000m Race walk.
Eoin Sharkey was second in the 400m hurdles with a time of 56.67s, while Ryan Canning of Letterkenny AC won the junior event, finishing in 56.45s.