Orla Comerford has won her second bronze medal of the World Para Athletics European Championships in Berlin in the T13 100m final.

The Dubliner pipped German Janne Sophie Engeleiter for a medal by just one hundredth of a second. Comerford finished in 12.82, behind winner Leilia Adzhametova of the Ukraine (11.93) and Portugal's Carolina Duarte (12.59).

The order on the podium mirrored that of Wednesday's 200m final.

The 20-year-old, who also competed in Rio 2016, has the same degenerative eye condition - Stargardt disease - as double gold-medallist Jason Smyth.

Comerford's success brings Ireland's medal total at the games to eight - five gold and three bronze. Smyth (2 golds), Noelle Lenihan (gold), Orla Barry (gold) Great Streimikyte (gold) and Jordan Lee (bronze) were the other medallists.

The only Irish athlete yet to compete is Niamh McCarthy, who will defend her title at the F41 Discus at 2:30pm on Sunday.