BIRMINGHAM: Nur Dhabitah Sabri paired up with Mohd Syafiq Puteh to clinch bronze in the mixed 3m springboard synchro at Sandwell Aquatics Centre.
Dhabitah and Syafiq got their acts right to finish the five-dive competition with 299.04 points.
Scotland got their first diving gold on the final day of competition through James Heatly-Elizabeth Reid, who garnered 306.00 points.
Australia's Li Shixin-Maddison Keeney settled for silver with 304.02.
It's the third medal for Dhabitah and the second for Syafiq in Birmingham.
Dhabitah partnered Wendy Ng Yan Yee to take silver in the women's 3m springboard synchro.
Dhabitah taken silver in the 3m springboard individual on Sunday.
Syafiq partnered Gabriel Gilbert Daim to snatch silver in the men's 3m springboard synchro final last week.
Pandelela Rinong's hopes of taking a medal home from Birmingham ended after earning fourth with Jellson Jabillin in the mixed 10m platform synchro event.
Pandelela-Jellson amassed 302.82 points with Australia's Cassiel Rousseau-Emily Boyd grabbing the last podium with their total of 309.60.
Noah Williams-Andrea Spendolini Sirieix led an Aussie 1-2 sweep after finishing with 333.06 points ahead of teammates Kyle Kothari-Lois Mae Toulson (318.54).
The Malaysian diving team thus finished with three silvers and one bronze this time.