British teenager Lois Toulson continued her remarkable run of form to take her second Diving Grand Prix medal in as many weeks in Malaysia.
The 16-year old City of Leeds diver broke her international duck with 10m Platform gold at the previous leg of the Grand Prix in Singapore last weekend.
And the talented youngster, who won the senior British title and was named Emerging Athlete of the Year at the 2015 British Swimming Awards, proved it was no fluke by scooping silver in Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur.
China’s Wang Yin was the only one to stop the Brit on the day as she scored 382.70, but Toulson improved on her score from Singapore to take silver on 347.20 – nearly 20 points clear of China’s Wang Han (324.30) in third.
Toulson's City of Leeds training partner Katherine Torrance narrowly missed out on a place in the 3m Springboard final, finishing fourth in her semi-final and seventh overall.
After placing fifth in the prelims on 279.30, the 17-year old scored 266.60 in her semi-final - a tally which would have seen her progress from the other semi-final but saw her fall short in her semi, which featured two Chinese divers and Glasgow 2014 10m Synchro Commonwealth bronze medallist Nur Dhabitah Sabri.