Carlow runner Molly Scott to compete in European Championships for Ireland

Molly, 19, tweeted that this was her 'first ever senior team'

Darren Hassett


Darren Hassett


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Molly Scott (left) with her 4x100 metre teammates after winning silver in Finland

Molly Scott has been selected to compete for Ireland in the 4x100m at the European Championships in Berlin.

The Carlow native won a silver medal for her country in the 4x100m relay at the World U20 Championships in Finland earlier this year. 

Molly - who was also in action over the weekend at the National Track and Field Championships - took to Twitter to deliver the good news.

Ireland has named 41 athletes for the European Championships, which take place from August 6-12 in Berlin.

The announcement comes just 24-hours after Molly - from the St Laurence O'Toole Athletics Club in Carlow - was 0.02 off gold and the same time as third, in the outdoor National Senior Women's 100m.