Athletes from Courier Country added to Team Scotland’s impressive medal haul on the Gold Coast on Friday.
On his Commonwealth Games debut Glenrothes swimmer Mark Szaranek grabbed a gold medal in the 400m individual medley.
Fellow swimming star Duncan Scott, a former Strathallan Pupil, secured two bronze medals on the second day of the 2018 Commonwealth Games – the first one in the 200m freestyle event.
He earned a second bronze alongside Perth’s Stephen Milne in the 4x100m freestyle relay, where the pair competed with teammates Jack Thorpe and Kieran McGuckin.
Elsewhere siblings Katie and John Archibald won gold and silver respectively in the velodrome, becoming the first brother and sister to secure medals in the space of the same day at the same Games.
Katie won her gold in the 3000m individual pursuit while John’s silver came from the 4000m individual pursuit.
It means Team Scotland have picked up a total of five medals on day two, leaving the country placed fourth overall.
The country now has ten medals – two gold, four silver and four bronze.
Elsewhere Scotland’s beach volleyball pairs team, which includes Perth man Seain Cook, won the opening match of the tournament. Their female counterparts did the same.
The women’s hockey side drew 0-0 against Canada. The team – which includes Katie Robertson of Freuchie and Dundonians Becky Ward and Charlotte Watson – play Ghana next on Monday.
Team Scotland’s bowlers won seven of their nine games. Darren Burnett of Arbroath and Lesley Doig of Strathmiglo are both competing at the games.