BURY AC multi-eventers Jay Cook and Daisy Worthington both won silver medals at the Scottish National Combined Events championships in Glasgow.

Cook, competing in the under-15 boys' pentathlon, set a new personal-best total score of 2,290 points and, in the process, achieved new lifetime-bests in the long jump (5.10m), high jump (1.58m), shot (10.83m) and 800m (2mins 30.67secs).

In the u17s' women’s pentathlon, Worthington also set a new PB of 3,274 points, having set new individual bests in the shot (10.81), 60m hurdles (9.51) and long jump (5.47).

She was in third going into the 800m, but a win in a time of 2:33 moved her into the silver medal position.

Abigail Howard competed in the u15 girls' pentathlon competition registering a new PB of 2,540 points and setting a new lifetime best of 4.59m in the long jump to secure ninth place.

Bury men’s team captain Byron Edwards notched up his 10th parkrun victory at Heaton Park on Saturday – in his 200th parkrun.

He improved his best time for the course to 16:12, while Lizzi Cheshire, the women’s team captain, was also rewarded with a new PB of 21:27.

The previous weekend a number of Bury athletes competed in the Sale Indoor meeting at SportCity.

Running in the u15 girls' 60m race, Enya Hartley took fourth in a new PB of 8.86.

In the 200m races for u17s, there were season's-best performances for Worthington (27.25), Rashaun Currie (26.09) and Ella Hall (30.86).

David Vaughan ran a magnificent race to set a new lifetime best of 25.76 and Rocksan Minkeng ran a respectable 26.45.

For the u15s both Cook (28.31) and Rosella Togo (26.93) were rewarded with PBs.

David Vaughan also competed over 600m and set another lifetime best of 1:43.68 to win his heat.

Reilly Carson, running in the u15 girls' event, set a new PB of 1:54.49, while there were also PBs for Abigail Howard and Scarlet Hamilton in the 60m hurdles, recording times of 9.73 and 11.11 respectively.

In the field events, Hamilton set a new PB of 1.35 in the high jump, while Cook won the long jump with a new best of 4.99.

Ella Hall set a season’s best of 4.30 and Togo achieved a PB of 3.63.

Worthington set a season’s best of 5.03 in her competition before Cook followed up his victory in the long jump with a win in the shot with a season’s best putt of 10.21.

Worthington also won her competition with 10.31 and Togo set a new best of 8.90, as did Howard with 8.22, while Hall produced a pleasing 8.66.