Seonaid McIntosh won Bronze in the Women's 50m Rifle Prone at Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
The Scottish shooter shot a fantastic 618.1 to secure the medal, with sister Jennifer finishing in 8th with a score of 612.9.
There was also a strong performance from England's Lina Jones, who was just one place off the medal positions in fourth spot.
Women's 50m Prone was the only medal up for grabs on day 5 of the shooting, but there were qualifying events in both Men's 25m Rapid Fire Pistol and Queen's Prize.
England's Sam Gowen and Kristian Callaghan both competed in Rapid Fire, with Sam Gowen ending qualification with a fantastic score of 287 leaving him in second spot.
Kristian Callaghan was just behind with a score of 280, but that difference meant he is sat in 7th place.
DAY 5 OF THE GC 2018
Women’s 50m Rifle Prone
Seonaid McIntosh from Scotland won Bronze with a score of 618.1
English athlete Lina Jones come 4th with a 615.7
Rachel Glover (IOM) fnished 6th with a score of 615.4
Jennifer McIntosh, also from Scotland, finished 8th with a score of 612.9
Katie Gleeson (ENG) finished 12th with a score of 607.8
Jersey athlete, Sarah Campion finished 15th with a score of 603.5
Gemma Kermode (IOM) finished 19th with a score of 589
Men’s 25m Rapid Fire Pistol (Stage 1)
Sam Gowin from England is sitting in 2nd position with a score of 287
Kristian Callaghan also from Englad is currently in 7th position with a 280
Queen’s Prize IND Day 2
With only one day left of competition:
Englishman David Luckman is sitting in 2nd on 255-32v
Team mate, Parag Patel (ENG) is closely behind on 254-32v
Scottish Ian Shaw is also on 254 but with 32v
David Calvert (NIR) is sitting in 9th on 253-27v
David Le Quesne (JEY) is 11th on252-31v
Peter Jory (GGY) is sitting at 13th with a score of 252-27v
Alexander Walker from Scotland is sitting in 14th with a score of 252-25v
Damad Jory (GGY) is currently 16th with a score of 252-18v
Gareth Morris (WAL) is 17th with a score of 251-30v
Jack Alexander (NIR) is currently 18th with a score of 250-24v
Chris Watson (WAL) is 19th with a score of 250-22v