Scottish bowls legend William Walker Wood has been selected to represent his country at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi.
Wood, who turned 72 in April and has been playing the game for more than 60 years, will be participating in the Games for the eighth time - some 34 years after he first took part.
The Haddington bowler - fondly known as 'Wee Willie Winkie' - will take part in the triples event alongside David Peacock and Wayne Hogg, with whom he won the triples World Championship title in New Zealand in 2008.
"This is the news I hoped for so it is great to have it confirmed and there is no doubt we are sending a strong squad of bowlers well prepared and totally focused on being among the medals," said Wood, who has won the Scottish Championship 23 times.
His first appearance at the Commonwealth Games was in Christchurch, New Zealand, in 1974, when he beat David Bryant 21-12 to win a bronze medal, with his career highlight coming in 1982 in Brisbane when he won gold in the singles tournament.