The final day of the British National Track Cycling Championships in Manchester saw a number of strong performances from the Scottish contingent and ensured another two titles are heading north of the border.

Lauren Bell continued the excellent form she's shown all weekend, with the Forres athlete winning her second national title of the event by taking victory in the women’s keirin by the finest of margins.

Bell pipped Welsh rider Rhian Edmunds on the line to take gold to add to the sprint title she won on Saturday and the 24-year-old will now look to secure selection for Team GB for the Paris Olympic Games this summer.

After winning her first-ever individual national title on Friday, Jenny Holl made it a brace of wins this weekend, taking gold in the points race in impressive style.

This gold followed the 24-year-old from Stirling’s victory in the scratch race on the first day of the championships.

However, multiple Paralympic champion, Neil Fachie, could not add another national title to his collection, this time having to settle for silver in the para MB sprint after he and his pilot, Matthew Rotherham, who are reigning world champions in this event, suffered a surprising defeat to James Ball and his pilot, Steff Lloyd, in the final.