Ross Murdoch takes a bronze medal in the 100m breast stroke as England's Adam Peaty takes gold.
Earlier there was heartbreak for Scotland's Cameron Brodie in the pool when he was pipped for a bronze medal by a fraction of a second in the 200m butterfly.
Brodie, formerly of Inverurie, but who swims out of Stirling these days, had qualified fastest for the final, but even swimming three quarters of a second quicker in the final, to record his first Scottish senior record of 1.56.59secs wasn't enough to take home a medal.
Chad le Clos, the reigning World, Olympic and Commonwealth Champion, whom Brodie had actually beaten in the morning, showed his pedigree with a games record swim of 1.55.07secs, with Australia's Grant Irvine taking second, and Le Clos' countryman Sebastien Rousseau squeezing out the Scot by 0.16 of a second.
His fellow University of Stirling student Sian Harkin could only finish seventh in the women's 50m freestyle behind Fran Halsall of England, whose 23.96secs was another Games record.