COLCHESTER sprinter Rebecca Jeggo was in excellent form on her international debut, at the Loughborough International.

The Colchester Harriers athlete was part of England women's 4x100m team which finished third, at the Paula Radcliffe Stadium.

They clocked a time of 45.74 behind winners GB Juniors (45.07).

Jeggo clocked a 11.85s equal 100m personal best in her second race of the season.

Writing on Twitter, Jeggo said: 'So proud to have worn the England vest with the girls, coming away with (bronze) @sharhn @cass1st @thestoryofdiani & a 11.85s equal 100m pb in my second race of the season'.

The 4x100m win helped England claim a convincing victory in Loughborough, as they clocked up 122 points.

They secured 15 victories, with runners-up Loughborough racking up 92 to finish second.

Wales, Scotland, Great Britain and Northern Ireland U20s also took part.

It was the first chance of an England vest on home soil for athletes, in nearly two years.

Jeggo is coached by Stephen Garnham and was selected for her first international vest.

She won 200m bronze at the Senior British Championships both indoors and outdoors last year and also made the 60m and 100m British finals.

In addition, the University of Essex student became the South of England indoor 200m champion.