Kirsty Gilmour won the women's singles title at the Prague Open to continue her good form eight weeks away from the Scottish Open Grand Prix.
Her 21-16 21-14 title triumph over Bulgaria's Linda Zetchiri came after she finished runner-up at the Yonex Belgian International two weeks ago.
It is also her first international title since retaining the Swedish Masters in January.
The Scottish Open is in Glasgow from 18-22 November.
The Commonwealth silver medallist, ranked 30 in the world, survived two tough three-game battles against Denmark's Mette Poulsen and Czech player Kristina Gavnholt.
She then repeated her Belgian win over fifth seed Line Kjaersfeldt of Denmark in the quarter-finals, winning 21-12 22-20 despite having trailed 20-17 in the second game.
In the final she faced fourth seed Zetchiri, going into the contest 1-1 in head-to-head matches against her.
Gilmour started strongly and dominated the opening game to take it 21-16, and quickly took control in the second game to win 21-14.