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By Mike Henson and Michael Emons

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What a day

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Phew, what a day. We will leave you with this cracking picture of Christopher Sherrington celebrating his gold medal in the +100kg judo category.

If you have missed anything, full reports and videos are available on the Commonwealth Games homepage and Today at the Games is being shown on BBC One as we speak.

Once again, thank you for joining us today. It has been fast, frantic and a lot of fun. And we do it all again tomorrow. We will be back at 08:00 BST so we will see you then.

Coming up on Sunday (part two)

Medals are also to be won in...

Rugby sevens

Shooting: Men's and women's double trap events.

Swimming: Men's 100m free, 50m back and 4x200m free relay, women's 200m back, 50m fly, 200m medley and Para-sport 100m SB9 breast.

Table tennis: Women's team.

Weightlifting: Women's 63kg, men's 77kg.

Coming up on Sunday

Sports: Athletics, badminton, boxing, cycling (track), hockey, lawn bowls, netball, rugby sevens, shooting, squash, swimming, triathlon, table tennis and weightlifting.

Gold medals to be won: 24

Athletics: Men's and women's marathons, men's 5,000m, women's Para-sport long jump T37/38

Cycling - track: Men's keirin and scratch race, women's sprint, points race and Para-sport 1,000m time trial B tandem

Lawn bowls: Women's singles and fours.


Ollie Williams

BBC Sport in Glasgow

We are three days into Ollie Williams's challenge of trying to interview someone from each of the 71 nations competing at the Commonwealth Games.

"My main reason for being inside the Hoy House was finding Brunei's only team member at Glasgow 2014, track cyclist Muhammad I'maadi Abd Aziz. After sprinting into the velodrome from the swimming, I found I had almost missed the day's opening session but the Brunei coach was still in the building. Alas, following some confusion over results, I lost him.

"With the help of a remarkable velodrome staff member who legged it over to the athletes' village, I got back in touch with the coach. But I'll only know by Sunday night's Tonight at the Games (22:40 BST BBC One) whether I've been able to tick off Brunei or not. This could make or break the challenge."

Can Ollie save the #71 club challenge? Find out tomorrow.


England's James Willstrop has indeed seen off Ivan Yuen 11-1 11-7 11-3 to make the men's semi-finals.

He will face India's Saurav Ghosal on Sunday while compatriot Nick Matthew beat Guernsey's Chris Simpson in three games and will come up against another Englishman Peter Barker.

Second seed Laura Massaro, who had an 11-3 11-2 11-6 win against Malaysian Low Wee Wern, will take on England team-mate Alison Waters in the last four. World number one Nicol David of Malaysia meets New Zealander Joelle King in the other semi.

Sunday's newspapers

Scotland on Sunday

Neil Henderson

The front page of the Scotland on Sunday focuses on a great day for the Scottish side, especially the nation's judo squad.

Sunday's newspapers

Sunday Telegraph


A sensational picture of a England's Zoe Smith dominates the back page of the Sunday Telegraph after the weightlifter clinched gold in the women's 58kg category.


Ollie Williams

BBC Sport in Glasgow


We are three days into Ollie Williams's challenge of trying to interview someone from each of the 71 nations competing at the Commonwealth Games.

Initial success at the track cycling this afternoon - we tracked down Antigua and Barbuda's Tamiko Butler, an experienced road cyclist at her first big event inside an Olympic-size velodrome.

After conquering her fear of falling off the steep banking at the start, she came over and joined #71club on behalf of her nation. She acquitted herself well despite riding on wheels borrowed from the home nations and wearing two-year-old gear (this compared with the millions poured into track cycling in places like the UK).

More clips of the day

Well, it has been a busy day. So here are some more videos to enjoy.

TRIATHLON: The crowd goes wild for the Mauritius triathlon mixed relay team as Boris de Chazal comes in 11 minutes 37 seconds behind gold medallists England.

RUGBY SEVENS: Scotland narrowly miss out on causing a huge upset in the rugby sevens against defending champions New Zealand.

TABLE TENNIS: England's Tin-Tin Ho, aged 15, loses the fifth and deciding game of the fifth and deciding match in the women's table tennis team quarter-final to Malaysia.

CYCLING (TRACK): Peter Kennaugh secures the Isle of Man's first medal of Glasgow 2014 with silver in a controversial men's points race.

SWIMMING: Wales' Georgia Davies narrowly misses out on gold in the women's 100m backstroke to Australia's Emily Seebohm in the pool at Glasgow 2014.

Clips of the day

It has been a sunny Saturday so you may well have missed some of the action from the Commonwealth Games.

Here are some videos to watch if you missed them the first time around.

SWIMMING: England's Adam Peaty breaks his own Commonwealth record to win Gold in the men's 100m breaststroke.

JUDO: Chris Sherrington wins Scotland's sixth judo gold of the Commonwealth Games with a dominant display against South African Ruan Snyman in the +100kg class.

WEIGHTLIFTING: England's Zoe Smith completes a successful final lift to win weightlifting gold in the 58kg category, and celebrates with a back flip.

ATHLETICS: Jamaica's six-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt says it is "important" for him to attend the 2014 Commonwealth Games, after arriving in Glasgow.


Ollie Williams

BBC Sport in Glasgow


Jamaica's Jevon Atkinson is no relation to team-mate Alia Atkinson but they both said they're proud to be in Glasgow, putting swimming on the map for a country that's obsessed with track and field. Jevon also wants a shout-out to Corby for being so kind to him and the other Jamaicans when they were training there for the Games.


Thanks also to Roy Burch from Bermuda, Athens 2004 Olympic bronze medallist George Bovell from Trinidad and Tobago, Jim Sanderson from Gibraltar, Brandon Schuster from Samoa and Hilal Hemed Hilal from Tanzania - all of them signed up to the #71club at the pool today.

Rugby Sevens

England lose 15-7 to Australia, but still advance to the quarter-finals, where they will play Samoa. Australia will meet Wales in tomorrow's quarter-final.


Mixed team event


The semi-final line-up for the mixed team event is now complete and Sunday will see Malaysia v Singapore at 09:00 and England v India at 18:30.

England beat Sri Lanka 3-0 with Chris and Gabby Adcock getting the tie off to a flying start, winning their doubles clash 21-15 21-16 before Rajiv Ouseph beat Niluka Karunaratne 21-15 21-16.

That left Sarah Walker to complete the job, wrapping up a 21-14 21-14 win against Thilini Hendahewa.


James Willstrop, England's number two behind world champion Nick Matthew, is bidding to reach the semi-finals and currently leads Ivan Yuen of Malaysia 11-1 11-7 with the third game getting under way.

Watch it live.

Rugby Sevens

England 7-15 Australia

England are heading for a defeat at Ibrox. They trail 15-7 to Australia with three-and-a-half minutes left.

Jason Mohamed

BBC presenter Jason Mohamed tweets a picture from Ibrox.


Men's 100m breaststroke

Aimee Lewis

BBC Sport in Glasgow

"Men's 100m breaststroke silver medallist Cameron van der Burgh spots his girlfriend in the crowd during his 'lap' of honour so climbs over the barrier and gives her a big smooch.

He's won a Commonwealth medal so public displays of affection are acceptable and allowed, although only for a limited time (I don't make the rules)."


Ollie Williams

BBC Sport in Glasgow

We are three days into Ollie Williams's challenge of trying to interview someone from each of the 71 nations competing at the Commonwealth Games. Today has been a tale of two halves: nine nations and territories in the bag at this morning's swimming, but just one at the track cycling.


New members at the swimming include Jannah Sonnenschein (pictured), whose mum flew all the way from Mozambique to the Netherlands to give birth to Jannah, because that's where her extended family were at the time. Then mum flew all the way back, so Jannah grew up in Mozambique and she swims for them.

Izzy Joachim from St Vincent and Grenadines met up with Irene Prescott from Tonga after their 50m butterfly heat. Izzy is just 14 years old. Neither of them had the slightest idea where to find the other one's country on the map, but they are both in the #71club.


Men's middleweight

After his last 32 victory over Cyprus's Kyriakos Spanos in the middleweight competition, England's Anthony Fowler tells BBC Radio 5 live: "It wasn't the greatest performance but I'm happy with the win.

"I was about 60-70%. Next time I will be better. He was an awkward opponent. I wasn't expecting him to be as good as he was but fair play to him. The crowd was amazing."

Listen to BBC Radio 5 live here