Englands netball team etched their place into the history books by stunning favourites Australia to win their first Commonwealth Games gold medal.
The Roses secured the finest result in their history thanks to Helen Housbys dramatic last-second shot, which gave England a 52-51 victory.
England looked destined to claim silver as they were four points down in the final quarter, but some late heroics from Housby ensured it was a day to remember.
Its my dream come true, head coach Tracey Neville said.
The girls have worked so hard over the last international phase.
Australia are the renowned, world number ones and to beat them at that time, Im really, really proud – the feeling of that is amazing.
The match was the first time since netball was introduced at the 1998 Games that the final did not feature both Australia and New Zealand.
But third-ranked England upset the odds to claim victory over the favourites on a remarkable day of action.