Scott set a personal best of 2:30.89 in the 200m breaststroke in finishing third behind Molly Renshaw (2:27.72) and Danielle Lowe (2:30.74).
McNally’s medal came in the 200m backstroke. He clocked 1:58.45 in an event won by Chris Walker-Hebborn (Ellesmere County) in 1:57.17. David Carry, the Stockport-based Scot who won the 400m freestyle and secured a place in Team GB for next month’s Olympics on Tuesday, showed his terrific form by adding a silver medal in the 200m freestyle last night.
The gold and the chance to line-up alongside City of Glasgow’s Robbie Renwick in the London Olympics went to Wales’ Ieuan Lloyd. Stirling’s Jak Scott finished seventh in 1:49.89.