City of Sheffield diver Jordan Houlden bagged his second medal in as many days with Group A 1m Springboard silver at the International Youth Diving Meet in Dresden, Germany.
The 16-year old, who picked up the British Junior title in this event earlier this season, scored 493.70 to claim silver behind Russia’s Ilia Molchanov (511.50) and repeat his result from the opening day’s 3m event.
There were also British medals for Noah Williams in the Group B 3m Springboard and the 3m Synchro pairing of Scarlett Mew Jensen and Madeleine Sweet.
Williams was also competing in the event for which he is British Junior champion, and the 14-year old Crystal Palace diver underlined his promise to land bronze on 436.40.
The teenager ultimately had to hold of British teammate Anthony Harding to claim his place on the podium as the City of Leeds diver finished fourth on 431.80.
British silver medallists Mew Jensen and Sweet joined their Crystal Palace teammate in reaching the podium as they secured medals in the Girls’ 3m Synchro, scoring 251.13 to place behind the German duo of Louisa Stawczynski and Saskia Oettinghaus (264.57).
Emily Bearpark (City of Leeds) and Emily Martin (Southampton) were the other two Brits in action, finishing seventh and ninth in the Group B Platform on 315.60 and 313.15 respectively.