His time of 54.15 in warmth seven of the competitors at Sandwell Aquatics Centre positioned him seventh, with sixth-placed Bryan Xin Ren Leong, of Malaysia, ending in 53.94 to earn the ultimate semi berth from the warmth.
Beeley, 23, was a late call-up to the Group Scotland squad and he takes a reserve place forward of Welsh contender Tom Carswell, who was eighth.
Banchory swimmer Tom Beeley missed out on qualifying for the boys’s 100m butterfly semi-finals on the Commonwealth Video games this morning.
Australia’s Matthew Temple got here out on high of warmth seven in 52.28, whereas Scottish contenders Gregory Swinney and Evan Jones additionally made it by means of to Monday evening’s semi-finals, by ending fourth and fifth, respectively, in warmth six.
The semi-finals happen at 7.57pm and eight.03pm this night.
There was success, although, for Isle of Lewis swimmer Kara Hanlon within the ladies’s 100m breaststroke.
A terrific time of 1:07.99 earned third place in her warmth as she completed behind South African Lara van Niekerk (1:06:40) and England’s Molly Renshaw (1:07.54) to progress as one in all 5 qualifiers from that race.
One of the best 16 athletes general will compete within the semi-finals tonight, at 9.04pm and 9.10pm, with Hanlon within the second semi showdown. Ought to she progress, the ultimate is scheduled for 7.07pm on Tuesday.
In the meantime, within the judo, Ullapool’s Malin Wilson misplaced in her ladies’s 57kg quarter-final in opposition to England’s Acelya Toprak.
Nevertheless, her Repechage victory over New Zealand’s Qona Christie retains her in medal competition with a bronze medal contest in opposition to Lele Nairne, of England set for Monday evening.
That is the 27-year-old Madrid-based athlete and former Highland Budokan judoka’s first Commonwealth Video games.