CHAMPIONS were crowned on the badminton court, with Finlay Jack and Rachel Cameron both celebrating success.

The U15/U19 Scottish National Junior Championships took place over the weekend at Ravenscraig Regional Sports Facility, near Motherwell.

North Berwick’s Jack, and Cameron, of Musselburgh, were among the East Lothian entrants.

Jack was competing in the younger age group and was victorious alongside Matthew Waring in the under-15 boys’ doubles.

The duo started with a 21-12, 21-17 win over Richard Adams and Ross Macartney.

The following day saw a semi-final clash with Harry Bent and Theo Johnston, with Jack and Waring winning 21-16, 21-18.

Finally, they defeated the number one seeds Evan Kenny and Josh Taylor, 21-19, 21-13 in the final.

Jack was also in action in the singles and mixed doubles.

In the singles, he lost 21-17, 16-21, 14-21 to Lewis Coghill in the quarter-finals, who would go on to lose in the final to Waring.

Meanwhile, in the mixed doubles, he teamed up with Sophie Barrie and denied his boys’ doubles partner a clean sweep. Jack and Barrie won 21-19, 17,21, 21-9 before defeating Harry Bent and Iona Muir 21-7, 21-15.

They came unstuck in the semi-finals, losing a three-set thriller, 17-21, 21-14, 20-22, to Noah Sarvesvaran and Vibha Raman.

Meanwhile, Cameron teamed with Rachel Andrew to take the under-19s girls’ doubles.

The duo began the tournament with a comfortable 21-3, 21-4 victory over Erin Bailey and Abbie Brooks before coming through against Jodie Harris and Erin Waddell 21-13, 21-18. In the final, they were up against the number one seeds of Alice Campbell and Rachel Sugden but won 21-19, 21-18.

In the mixed doubles, Cameron teamed up with Calvin Chan and enjoyed a first-round win 21-19, 21-15 over Angus Meldrum and Abbie Brooks.

They then came up against Callum Smith and Erin Waddell, the number two seeds, who won 21-15, 17-21, 21-16.

Finally, Cameron reached the semi-finals of the under-19s girls’ singles with a 21-9, 17-21, 21-9 win over Erin Waddell and a 21-10, 21-12 win over Jodie Harris. However, she was knocked out by Eilidh McCallister, who won 23-12, 21-19.