The Irish women's 4x100m relay team have won a silver medal at the Under-20s IAAF World Championships in Finland.
Molly Scott, Gina Akpe-Moses, Ciara Neville and Patience Jumbo-Gula produced a strong overall performance from lane five to secure the second-place finish in a time of 43.90 and were almost in contention for a gold medal.
They came in just behind winners Germany with Great Britain taking third place.
Neville came into the team to replace Rhasidat Adeleke who was ruled out through injury.
Silver!!!! Second in the world for the 4x1 relay team #iaafworlds— Athletics Ireland (@irishathletics) July 14, 2018
Race walker Orla O'Connor set a new Irish Under-20s record of 47:55.40 in the 10km walk this morning.
The time was good enough for 14th place in the final at the Under-20s IAAF World Championships in Finland.
Niamh O'Connor finished in 31st after serving a time penalty.
Molly Scott finished 8th in her 100m hurdles semi-final in a time of 13.94.
Meanwhile, Darragh McElhinney finished in 18th place in a tough 5000m final, clocking up a time of 14:53.63.
"Thanks for all the support at home. There were so many messages and it got me up for it. I just couldn't produce it on the day, but I'll be back."— Athletics Ireland (@irishathletics) July 14, 2018
Darragh McElhinney is all class after a brutally tough world 5000m final, where he was 18th in 14:53.63. pic.twitter.com/zN2aEBiFlf