A former Jersey hockey player says he has realised a "lifelong dream" after helping his native Canada qualify for Tokyo 2020.
Oliver Scholfield - who spent most of his youth in the island - scored as his side overcame a first-leg deficit to beat Ireland on a penalty shoot-out in their play-off in Vancouver.
The 26-year-old former Victoria College student has also represented his country at a World Cup but will now get the opportunity to play on the sport's biggest stage.
Canada have never finished higher than 10th at the Games, and placed 11th in Rio 2016 having missed out entirely in 2012.
Great Britain - who face Malaysia at Lee Valley - are among eight teams battling it out over the next three days for four remaining Olympic berths.