Para-swimmer Maddison Elliott was the star on another successful night for the Australian swimming team here as she was crowned Commonwealth Games champion in the 100 metre freestyle S9 event, setting a world record.
Elliott was the youngest Australian in history to win Paralympic gold medal when she was part of the relay team at London 2012 - aged 13 - before following that up with two titles at the World Championships in Montreal last year.
The 15-year-old can now add Commonwealth Games gold to her expanding collection and a world record to boot as she powered to victory in a time of 1min 05.32sec to take three-tenths of the previous record held by American multi-Paralympic and world champion Jessica Long.
England's Stephanie Slater and Elliott's team mate Lakeisha Patterson took silver and bronze respectively.
After winning bronze last time out at Delhi 2010, Thomas Fraser-Holmes made no mistake this time in Glasgow as he finished ahead of team mate Cameron McEvoy for an Australian one-two in the men's 200m freestyle.
Calum Jarvis brought some much needed cheer to the small pocket of Welsh fans here by taking the bronze medal.
Leiston Pickett continued the Australian gold rush as she successfully defended her title in the 50m breaststroke, finishing just 0.08 ahead of Jamaican Alia Atkinson in a dramatic finish, while Corrie Scott delighted home fans by taking bronze.
The quartet of Tommasso D'orsogna, Matt Abood, James Magnussen and Cameron McEvoy followed the lead of their female counterparts last night by taking gold in the 4x100m freestyle.
While the women achieved a world record, the men had to settle for a new Games record of 3:13:44.
South Africa took silver and England continued a fine night by claiming bronze.
Meanwhile, Daniel Wallace will be the toast of Scotland tonight as he added to Hannah Miley and Ross Murdoch's wins from last night by taking the men's 400m individual medley title.
Wallace touched home almost a second clear of Fraser-Holmes, who claimed his second medal of the night, with South Africa's Sebastien Rousseau in third.
After missing out on gold last night, England could finally celebrate crowning Commonwealth Games champions in the pool as Benjamin Proud and Chris Walker-Hebborn stood atop the podium, both with Games records.
Proud announced himself onto the international scene tonight with a superb display in the 50m breaststroke registering a time of 22.93.
The British record holder saw off the not inconsiderable challenge of former two-time world champion Roland Schoeman and London 2012 gold medal winner Chad le Clos of South Africa.
London 2012 Olympian Walker-Hebborn got the better of team mate and Melbourne 2006 champion Liam Tancock in the men's 100m backstroke.
The 24-year-old was almost half-a-second quicker than nearest challenger Mitch Larkin of Australia while Tancock touched in for bronze.
Canadian Katerine Savard followed in her compatriot Ryan Cochrane's wake last night as she claimed gold in the women's 100m butterfly.
The 21-year-old done it in style too as she set a Games record of 57.40 to finish ahead of England's Siobhan-Marie O'Connor and double gold medal winner from last night Emma McKeon of Australia.
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