It was a fast and furious day of heats at Hampden, with nine Scots in action.
Long jumper Jade Nimmo looked to be in with a chance during her heat as she sat in 9th and then 8th, but sadly her 6.23 best jump was bettered by the last jumpers and she finished in 14th, two places below qualification.
Meanwhile, Sarah Warnock had to wait for her third jump to see a white flag - her 6.22 jump was not enough to put her through to the final, with a 15th place overall.
In the discus, Angus McInroy achieved a Scottish Native Record and is now bound for the final with a throw of 57.28 and 11th place overall, but there was disappointment for Nic Percy, who threw 56.71 for 13th and didn't make it through.
There was a fantastic crowd reception for the high jumpers, and nothing pleased them more than Jayne Nisbet's first-time clearance of 1.85, enough to put her through to the final in equal first. Rachel Mackenzie, though, went out on 1.76; Emma Nuttall achieved a 1.81 on the second attempt - a season's best for her, but not enough to go through to the final.
Last up were the 800m heats and two successful Scottish semi-final qualifications: Lynsey Sharp showed her class with a calm, collected second place in 2:03.04, while Emily Dudgeon put in an extraordinary effort on the final straight to finish third with 2:02.35. ...
McINROY SETS NEW NATIVE RECORD: Angus McInroy: through to Glasgow 2014 discus final with 57.28 throw and a Native Record (beating his own record of 56.76 set four years ago). Congratulations from all at scottishathletics!
‘I’m pretty pleased with that. I managed it with my third throw and it was so hard to stay relaxed out there. I’ve come up with a Season’s Best when it mattered and a new Native Record and that feels pretty good. We will see what happens in the final – there’s been pressure on us as Scotland athletes trying to perform for the crowd and I watched it in the hammer with Mark Dry handling it best.' Photo: By Bobby Gavin ...