THREE talented squash players from East Lothian have represented Scotland on the international stage.

Jamie Pearman, Phoebe Hamilton and Isla Hamilton have all stepped onto the court and come up against some of the best players from throughout Europe.

Jamie and Phoebe were selected for the Scotland under-15 squad in the Five Nations tournament in Cardiff.

The duo flew south and were involved in two days of action.

Jamie won against Wales and Ireland but lost against England and France, while Phoebe lost both her matches, against England and France.

The results saw England crowned the winners of the tournament, while France and Scotland joined them on the podium.

At under-15 level, Jamie and Phoebe were also selected to play in the European junior team competition in Portugal.

Phoebe’s sister Isla was selected for the under-17 team.

The European junior competitions consisted of 16 teams at under-15 and 20 teams at under-17 age groups.

The under-15 team were extremely unlucky to have both England and France in their group and lost 3-0 to both.

However, against Ukraine the team won 3-0, with Jamie winning 3-0.

Against Denmark, the team won 2-1, Jamie again winning 3-0.

The play-offs saw Scotland against Hungary for fifth position.

Scotland lost their first two ties and ended up sixth out of 16 teams.

Neither Jamie nor Phoebe played against Hungary but Jamie was on court getting ready to play when Scotland lost their second tie and with it the match.

The under-17 team had similar results to the under-15 team, losing to both England and France but winning against Ukraine.

Isla lost her only match against France 3-0 but gained valuable experience.

In the play-offs, Scotland lost to Israel 2-1 and ended up ninth out of 20 teams.