New Zealand and Australian pairs dominated finals day at the World Squash Federation World Doubles Championships in Manchester.
Kiwi Joelle King was the star of the day as she registered wins in both the women's and mixed finals at the National Squash Centre.
She triumphed in the first event alongside Amanda Landers-Murphy after a 46 minute win over England's fifth seeds Jenny Duncalf and Alison Waters.
The home pair won the first set 11-9 before losing the next two 11-1, 11-10.
King then teamed up with Paul Coll to beat Waters again in the mixed doubles, this time alongside Daryl Selby.
Once again the match lasted three sets, before the New Zealanders triumphed 11-8, 9-11. 11-6 in 47 minutes.
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"We felt good together again today," said a delighted Coll.
"We dropped off a bit in the second, but managed to get early leads in the first and third, which always takes the pressure off."
Australia's Ryan Cuskelly and Cameron Pilley shocked Scotland's defending champions Alan Clyne and Greg Lobban in the men's final.
They triumphed 11-6, 11-3 in 34 minutes.
All the finallists could now meet again at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast next year.
Manchester is also due host this year's Professional Squash Association men's and women's World Championships between December 9 and 17.