Sommer Lecky has qualified for the final of the High Jump at the World U20 Championships in Tampere, Finland.
In this morning's session, Sommer breezed through the heights with first time clearances and then hit the required mark of 1.84m to book her place in the final on Sunday.
The Castlederg girl finished equal first in qualification and becomes the second Irish athlete into a final at the games.
Sommer also becomes the first athlete from the Finn Valley club to make a world final.
And it's another world finalist!
Sommer Lecky sailed through qualifying with a 1.84m clearance, and she feels there's plenty more there ahead of Sunday's final. pic.twitter.com/oVZc9Oz4oI
— Athletics Ireland (@irishathletics) July 13, 2018
Highland's Athletics Correspondent Patsy McGonagle says Sommer is in good form...