The Great Britain women's wheelchair tennis team beat Switzerland to finish third at the World Team Cup in South Africa.
Having lost to Germany in Friday's semi-finals, Louise Hunt and Jordanne Whiley were keen to finish on a high.
Hunt lost in straight sets to Swiss number one Karin Suter-Erath before Whiley levelled the tie by beating Simona Rusnak 6-3 6-0.
And the GB pair fought hard to win the deciding doubles match 3-6 6-1 6-3.
Hunt and Whiley's bronze medal followed Friday's third place-finish for the quad team of Peter Norfolk, Antony Cotterill and Jamie Burdekin.
Cotterill gave GB the advantage in their play-off against Canada but Burdekin was edged out by world number five Sarah Hunter.
But Paralympic singles champion Norfolk and Burdekin led 6-1 2-0 in the doubles decider before Canada had to retire.
The GB juniors lost 2-1 to Australia in their play-off for third place while the men's team beat Austria 2-1 to finish seventh