Ireland are through to the semi-finals of the FIH Series Finals after a highly impressive 11-0 victory over Singapore in Banbridge.
Captain Katie Mullan and Roisin Upton both bagged a brace of goals while Anna O'Flanagan, Megan Frazer, Sarah Hawkshaw, Hannah Matthews, Gillian Pinder, Lena Tice and Zoe Wilson all got their names on the scoresheet.
The World Cup finalists led 7-0 at half-time and didn't ease up in the final quarters.
Interim Head Coach Gareth Grundie said "I’m pleased with the way we approached the game today.
"We started again with real attacking intent, creating plenty of chances and scored a few nice goals.
"We’re delighted to top the group and go through to the semi-finals on Saturday."
The result means that Ireland finish top of Group A, having already beaten Malaysia and Czech Republic, and with that comes a semi-final against Scotland or the Czechs.
Korea await the winners of Malaysia v France in the other semi-final.
The two teams that make it through to the final will both earn an Olympic play-off tie.
Ireland: A McFerran, R Upton, S McCay, M Frazer, E Tice, G Pinder, B Barr, C Watkins, S Hawkshaw, Z Wilson, D Duke
Subs: E Buckley, K Mullan,L Colvin, N Daly, H Matthews, A O’Flanagan, A Meeke.
Singapore: P Maligaya, N A Abdull, I Chan, P Ho, N S Saban, H Johana, L M Toh, L Tan, F Lai, R Sanip, G Leck
Subs: Y T Liu, J NG, X Chua, S Wong, C Chia, S NG, M Francis