TWO talented teenagers are on track for success after being chosen to run for Scotland at a major competition tomorrow.

Georgia Morrison and Scott Hannaway, both aged 16, will fly the flag for the country at the Celtic Games International at Grangemouth Stadium.

Members of Inverclyde Athletic Club, they've been selected to represent their country over 400m in the under 18 age group against runners from Wales and Ireland.

This selection comes after some top performances at Scottish National and UK age group championships and gives both the chance to experience international competition against international opposition.

Georgia, who lives in Gourock and is in S6 at Clydeview Academy, said: "It's amazing to be chosen as this is the first time I've run for Scotland.

"I'll be competing against athletes from Wales and Ireland.

"I'm really looking forward to it."

Running is clearly in Georgia's genes as her mum Alison competed for Scotland in the 400m hurdles.

Scott, from Inverkip, who is in S5 at St Columba's High in Gourock, said: "I ran at the Celtic Games in Ireland last year so I'm really looking forward to competing again.

"I feel very proud to run for Scotland.

"My mum Anne Marie is a great support as she drives me to all my training sessions and my competitions."

Scott has been a top performer over his favoured distance, the 200m.

After lowering his personal best to under 23 seconds for the 200m, Scott contested the 400m and recorded some of his age group's fastest times.

Georgia has tackled the one lap sprint from a different angle lowering her 800m lifetime best before testing herself over the 400m.

The duo's coach Kenny Morrison, who is Georgia's dad, says the event will be a great experience for them both.

He said: "I'm delighted that both Georgia and Scott have been selected."