CHILD'S JAMBO JOY.
The Olympic hopeful had to miss out on the Cup Final win because of her athletics commitments.
But she made up for it by posting a time of 55.92 - the second fastest 400m run by a British woman this season - to win her race. And the 25-year-old said: "It has been a great weekend as I'm a huge Hearts fan.
"I was so happy with the Cup Final result so to win at Loughborough just added to it."
Meanwhile, heptathlon star Jessica Ennis was robbed of a personal best in the 100m hurdles yesterday when blundering officials at the Powerade Games in Manchester set up nine hurdles instead of the regulation 10.
FINAL BOOST J Eilidh Child