Team captain Eilidh Child of Pitreavie made a winning start to her outdoor season representing Scotland at the Loughborough Track and Field International.
Having concentrated on the flat 400m over the winter indoor season, the Kinross athlete had her first outing over the 400m hurdles timed at 56.34 seconds.
This helped her gain maximum match points for Scotland ahead of GB colleague Meghan Beesley (Loughborough University), 57.12 with Jessie Barr (British Universities) in third on 58.05.
Eilidh commented: “I was a bit nervous today and felt a lot of expectation after the indoor season, so it was good to get the win.
“I am always proud to wear the Scotland vest and felt it was important to get the victory to start us off.”
The 1,500m saw a lifetime best and a Glasgow 2014 qualifying time for Eilish McColgan representing British Universities timed at four minutes, 9.67 seconds, two seconds inside her 2012 best of 4:11.78.
Auchterarder athlete Morag McLarty followed home in second as a guest athlete timed at 4:12.91, while Claire Gibson (Scotland) finished fifth in 4:16.83.
McColgan competes against a world-class field in the 3,000m steeplechase at the New York Diamond League this Saturday.
Fife AC’s Nony Mordi followed up with another Scottish victory, winning the triple jump with 13.44m ahead of Laura Samuels (Loughborough) with 13.38m. Mordi’s performance gives the Cupar athlete a Glasgow 2014 qualifying mark.
Mordi said: “I am absolutely delighted with that. It is my first outdoor competition for three years.
“I was injured for two and then started work and didn’t have the right life balance for training.
“That is better now and I am enjoying my athletics again. I was aware of 13.25m for Glasgow so it was great to get that under my belt this early in the season and be a bit beyond it. I’m looking forward to the rest of the season.”
Edinburgh athlete Emily Stewart contested the 3,000m steeplechase for British Universities, finishing second in 10 minutes, 10.83 seconds behind Kerry Harty of Ireland. Lenny Waite came home third for Scotland in 10 minutes, 16.76 seconds.
The top female performance of the day came as Perri Shakes-Drayton of England, 4x400m gold medallist at the European Indoors with Eilidh Child last February, who posted a winning outdoor personal best of 50.98 seconds ahead of Kirsten McAslan (Scotland) 53.28.
The top male performance came in the 400m hurdles where 2010 European silver medallist Rhys Williams (Loughborough) won with a stunning personal best of 48.90.
Pitreavie sprinter Ryan Oswald finished third for Scotland in the 200m (21.23) while in the high jump, Edinburgh AC’s Allan Smith finished second in the high jump with an outdoor personal best of 2.22m.
l Scottish Commonwealth Games silver 1,500m medallist Stephanie Twell (Aldershot FD) upped her distance at the British Milers Club meeting at Solihull, finishing second in the 5,000m.
Twell clocked 15 minutes, 42.13 seconds behind clear winner Katrina Wootton. There was a personal best for Laura Muir (Dundee Hawkhill) in fourth with 15:53.68.