A Scots bridge team is making waves at the prestigious world championships in Bali, where they have reached the quarter-finals.
The squad, who are all in their sixties, won 15 of 21 round-robin matches to qualify for the last eight in seventh position.
Countries competing at the event include Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Monaco, Poland, Canada, the US, Australia, South Africa, England and Guadeloupe.
The team, coached by Rhona Diamond, came third at the European Championships in Dublin last year.
They are putting in some of the best performances for Scottish players since the 1990s, when the team was part of the British team.
Bill Richardson, the membership secretary of the Scottish Bridge Union, said: "I am delighted. They are an experienced team."
A statement on the organisation's website summed up their hopes with the words: "The dream continues."