Donegal woman Chloe Magee and her brothers Sam and Joshua have reached the doubles finals at the Irish Open.
Chloe and Sam progressed to the mixed final by beating Poland's Milosz Bochat and Aneta Wojtkowska and Scotland's Adam Hall and Ciara Torrance.
Sam and Joshua reached the men's doubles final by beating Pole Bochat and his compatriot Adam Cwalina.
Earlier this year, Chloe and Sam won Ireland's first European badminton medal as they clinched mixed bronze.
On Friday, the Irish pair beat Poland's Bochat and Wojtkowska 21-14 21-14 in the mixed quarter-finals at the National Indoor Arena before their 21-12 21-12 success over the Scottish duo.
Their final opponents will be England's Gregory Mairs and Jenny Moore.
Sam and Joshua Magee beat their Polish opponents 16-21 21-14 25-23 in a thrilling men's doubles semi-final.
Ireland's Nhat Nguyen has also reached the men's singles final in Dublin.
Seventeen-year-old Nguyen, who won the Welsh International title last week, beat Poland's Adrian Dziolko 23-21 21-7 in the semi-final to set up a final on Friday against Germany's Alexander Roovers.