Lauren Perry continued her strong showing at the Oceania Track Championships on Tuesday with a sixth-placed finish in the 10km scratch race at the Avantidrome in the New Zealand town of Cambridge.
It came a day after she collected a silver medal in the team pursuit at the titles.
One of her teammates in that event, Macey Stewart, was also in action in the scratch race, where she finished 13th.
New Zealand’s Bryony Botha took out the gold, with Australian duo Breanna Hargrave and Josie Talbot taking the minor places on the podium.
Stewart was also on track earlier on Tuesday in the individual pursuit, where she narrowly missed out on a bronze medal.
She lost lost her bronze medal individual pursuit encounter with Queensland’s Kristina Clonan after finishing the 3000m journey in a time of 3:41.582.
Clonan collected the medal with a time of 3:38.423.
Stewart made that decider after posting the fourth fastest time in qualifying of 3:41.608.
New Zealand’s Kristie Jame collected the gold in a time of 3:33.835, while countrywoman Botha won silver with a ride of 3:34.745.
Devonport cyclist Stewart also finished fourth in the individual points race on Monday.
Stewart and Perry will be back on track at the Avantidrome on Wednesday for the women’s omnium.
The omnium will involve a 7.5km scratch race, 7.5km tempo race, an elimination race and a 20km points race.
The championships will run through until Thursday.