Boxer Kristina O'Hara has clinched Northern Ireland's second medal at the Commonwealth Games.
Following gymnast Rhys McClenaghan's gold medal earlier on Sunday, O'Hara won her light-flyweight quarter-final to guarantee herself at least a bronze.
The 22-year-old Belfast woman edged a 3-2 split decision over Wales' Lynsey Holdaway in a close contest.
The Australian judge gave O'Hara all three rounds but the US judge felt Holdaway won every round.
Crucially for O'Hara, two of the other three judges gave her a 29-28 verdict as she progressed.
Eight other Northern Ireland fighters will also be involved in quarter-finals and Sean McComb will also attempt to reach the last eight of his division when he fights England's Luke McCormack later on Sunday.