Shane O'Driscoll and Mark O'Donovan swept to more medal glory as they took lightweight pair gold at the World Rowing Cup regatta in Poland.

The Skibberreen duo - fresh from their superb European Championships gold last month - turned it on on the waters of Poznan to add another medal to the mantelpiece.

Their clubmate Denise Walsh finished sixth in the lightweight women's single sculls A final.

Walsh, who claimed silver at the Europeans in the Czech Republic, made the decider after taking third in her A/B semi.

She couldn't add another medal to the collection but will be happy with a strong outing in Poznan.

Sanita Puspure came fourth in her single sculls A/B semi and will race the B final on Sunday, as will Monika Dukarska, after finishing foruth in her semi-final.

In the women's pair, Aifric Keogh and Aileen Crowley took sixth in the repechage. They'll race the B final tomorrow.

On Friday Paul O’Donovan and Gary O’Donovan defied tough conditions to win their lightweight double sculls heat and go straight into the A final on Sunday.