Scotland's Julie Forrest clinched her first women's singles title at the World Indoor Bowls Championships after beating Guernsey's Alison Merrien in the final in Norfolk today.
The 50-year-old won by a scoreline of 8-7, 9-8 at Potters Resort.
"I am actually still shaking," Forrest told BBC Sport.
"I thought my legs were going to collapse.
Defeat for Merrien denied her a second world title following her triumph in 2011.
Today's action also saw the last three men's singles quarter-finalists confirmed.
Scotland's Darren Burnett was the first player to progress thanks to an 11-4, 7-7 win over England's Mervyn King.
He will now go onto face England's Simon Skelton, who overcame Wales' Jason Greenslade yesterday, for a place in the last four.
Also reaching the quarter-finals were England's Nick Brett, the 2016 champion, and fellow countryman Greg Harlow, the 2010 winner.
Brett beat six-time champion Alex Marshall of Scotland 12-0, 4-9, 2-1, while Harlow defeated three-time winner Andy Thomson of England 10-1, 10-5.
All four quarter-finals, including Brett's meeting with Harlow, are scheduled to take place tomorrow.