Rees, alongside Keith’s Rebecca Matheson and Taylah Spence from Orkney, completed third of their semi-final in a time of 45.39s.
It was sufficient to convey them by way of to Sunday’s remaining (12.54pm), as they certified behind Jamaica and India.
Torphins sprinter Alisha Rees believes Workforce Scotland will be assured in themselves after making the Commonwealth Video games 4x100m remaining.
Rees, who was again on the observe after competing within the 100m heats earlier this week, was wanting to return to motion and feels the quartet – together with Edinburgh’s Sarah Malone – can enhance for the ultimate.
“I used to be so excited to come back again to the observe and simply expertise it yet another time,” mentioned Rees. “Now we will name ourselves Commonwealth finalists after we come again tomorrow.
“Plenty of athletics is particular person however being a part of a relay is a enjoyable a part of the game. I really like popping out as a staff.
“The time is a little bit however down on what we usually run. I believe with nerves and stuff, our changeovers weren’t as slick as they’re in coaching.
“It doesn’t matter now, we’re by way of to the ultimate. We’ll work on our changeovers and we simply must be assured in ourselves; we’ve performed all of it in coaching and we will do it in competitors.”
Spence introduced Scotland house with a powerful end on the packed Alexander Stadium in Birmingham.
It has been a memorable week for the midwife from Kirkwall, who acquired married final weekend previous to heading all the way down to the Video games.
“It was good to be on the market representing Scotland, no matter identify is on my again,” mentioned Spence. “It’s been sensible, per week I’ll always remember for a very long time.”
Matheson, who set Scotland off with the primary leg, felt the thrill of the group in Birmingham in her Video games bow.
“It was wonderful, the group have been wonderful,” mentioned Matheson. “It’s an important honour to characterize Scotland on the worldwide stage.”