Shelley Watts has become Australia's first women's Commonwealth boxing champion, taking out India's Laishram Devi in the women's light category to etch her name in the history books.
In the first tournament in the history of the Games, Watts smashed her way to the gold medal bout and would not be denied against the tough Devi, who landed some hard shots before Watts hit her straps.
Watts was happy to stand and exchange, backing her high-pressure game to overwhelm the experienced Devi, who looked strong in the opening round.
But Watts kept going forward, tucking in behind some stern defence and unleashing with left hooks and straight rights.
Devi never wilted though and the pair slugged it out right until the finish, with an overjoyed Watts being awarded a unanimous decision.
Watts has been the star of this Australian boxing team. She took up the fight game just four years ago and at just 26, looks primed for an assault on the Rio Olympics in two years.
She breezed through her semi-final but didn't have it all her own way against Devi, who presents a strong orthodox stance and took the first round on the back of some strong straight combinations.
But this Australian team has been wonderfully coached by Kevin Smith and Watts had the right game plan. She never doubted herself and continue to barrel forward, landing the far better shots and taking the final three rounds to take gold.
Andrew Moloney won Australia's second boxing gold of the night, outpointing Pakistan's Muhammad Waseem to become the Commonwealth flyweight champion.
Moloney fought a controlled fight, relying on his fast hands, to take the decision and make it two from two for the Australians.
The Victorian was knocked out in the quarter-finals at Delhi but presented in Scotland as a much smarter boxer.
He opened a cut on the cheek of Waseem and despite a late rally from his opponent, had the discipline to steady, return fire and claim the gold.