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Summary

  1. Charlie Flynn and Josh Taylor's gold medals take Team Scotland's medal tally to 51
  2. Blair and Bankier's badminton mixed doubles bronze win make it 52
  3. Usain Bolt helps Jamaica take gold in the 4x100m final

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    Goodnight from us

    Carol Duncan

    BBC Scotland News

    Your Scotland Live team are signing off after another great day of action from the Glasgow 2014 games.

    We'll be back tomorrow morning at 09:00 BST to bring you regular updates on the day's news, sport, travel and weather across the country.

    So it's good night from us, and goodnight from our new friends who have just popped into the newsroom for a tour.

    Charlie Flynn and Josh Taylor
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    Tomorrow's action

    There's at least one guaranteed Scottish medal on the final day of the Commonwealth Games, as Kirsty Gilmour competes in the gold medal match of the badminton women's singles.

    There's also the prospect of bronze in the squash men's doubles where Alan Clyne and Harry Leitch take on Daryl Selby and James Wilstrop of England.

    In the men's road race David Millar will be desperate to claim gold in what will be his final race at a major multi-sport event before retiring.

    And Katie Archibald will look to add to the bronze she won on the track in the women's event.

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    Super Saturday round-up

    The penultimate day of action from the Commonwealth Games did not disappoint.

    Team Scotland racked up their 50th medal when the mail man Charlie Flynn delivered gold in the light 60kg final.

    More medal glory followed when Josh Taylor took gold in the light welter 64kg event, while Imogen Bankier and Robert Blair took bronze in the badminton mixed doubles.

    Chris O'Hare finished in a respectable sixth place in the men's 1,500m and Micky Yule was pipped to bronze in the para powerlifting heavyweight group A (from 72.1kg) event by Malaysia's Jong Yee Khie.

    Scotland's women did well in the 5,000m with Laura Whittle sixth, Elizabeth Potter ninth and Stephanie Twell 14th and Grace Reid finished ninth in the 3m springboard dive final.

    The heavens opened over Hampden Park and we found out that Jamaica are still the best 4x100m relay team, and Usain Bolt isn't afraid to wear a tartan bonnet.

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    Yellow warning

    The Met Office has issued a yellow warning of rain, which is valid from 00:15 BST to 23:00 BST on Sunday.

    An area of persistent and at times heavy rain will continue to move north across much of Scotland. Winds will become strong, with a risk of gales over coasts and hills.

    The public should be aware of the risk of localised flooding and of disruption to transport.

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    Not everyone's happy

    Not everyone has bought into Usain Bolt bringing a feel-good factor to the Games.

    Usain Bolt sign in Hampden Park

    Fergie in Aberdeen texted 80295 to say: "How nice of Bolt to do what his sponsors have ordered him to do and put on this cringing act!!! He is a fraud!!!"

    And Mick in Glasgow is suffering from a case of Games fatigue: "All that seems to matter in life nowadays is selfies, the world has gone mad including BBC presenters. Roll on the football season and normality."

    Normality and Scottish football in the same sentence?

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    Usain Bolt tweets: "Glasgow was fun..great team work to get the baton around.. TeamJamaica all day everyday #glasgow2014…"

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    Scottish athletics legend Lee McConnell and BBC Scotland commentator tweets: "Another great night of athletics at Hampden stadium. Gutted this track will not be used again. What I'm going to do with myself tomorrow!"

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    Trains update

    More from @ScotRail: "Going from Glasgow Qn St to Stirling tonight? Catch replacement buses at 2218 and 2248. Get on in North Hanover Street. Thank you."

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    Pub quiz moment

    The gold won by Usain Bolt in that relay now means that all 16 competitors featured in the BBC Commonwealth titles have won medals - 13 gold, 16 silver, 2 bronze.

    Kudos for the first to name all 16...

    Tweet us #ScotlandLive with the answer.

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    Busy trains

    @ScotRail tweets: Trains for destinations north of Glasgow: please queue beside Glasgow Qn St TravelShop in main concourse.

    Mount Florida, Glasgow Central and Glasgow Queen Street are all expected to be busy as the crowd makes their way home after the athletics in Hampden.

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    Thunderbolt!

    He came, he saw...he moaned about the rain...he delivered! Jamaica roar home to victory in the men's 4x100m relay with Usain Bolt running the decisive final leg.

    Usain Bolt

    England were in contention until Bolt took the baton and from then on the result was never in doubt.

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    Cometh the hour...

    They're warming up on the track, and the final of the men's 4x100m relay is about to start, and a certain Mr Bolt is showing off his dance moves to the delight of a packed Hampden.

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    Edinburgh action

    There's been plenty of action in Edinburgh today.

    Street performer

    Arts fans have been catered for in the second day of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

    For those who like big trucks, more than 500 trucks and lorries were expected to be on display at Truckfest Scotland.

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    Best bits?

    Lina-Elvira Back ‏has tweeted #ScotlandLive to tell us her favourite part of Glasgow 2014: "Seeing my friend @rachel_iom compete! :)"

    Get in touch and let us know yours.

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    Tom English

    BBC Scotland

    tweets: "Late change in the line-up at the Closing Ceremony. Charlie Flynn replaces Kylie. Will do a 20-minute medley of his quotes of the week."

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    Great diving

    Heather Dewar

    BBC Scotland

    Great performances from Edinburgh's Grace Reid at Glasgow 2014.

    She says she now has plenty to work on with her coach but is delighted with her diving after a difficult battle with injury.

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    Bolt's ready

    Usain Bolt tweets: "Let's do this!!! #TeamJamaica #Glasgow2014"

    Less than 25 minutes until the Jamaican's big race.

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    Celebrate!

    Imogen Bankier

    tweets: "Wow! Bronze medal!! So happy and looking forward to getting the celebrations started!! #GoScotland"

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    Best bits?

    Hard to believe we've reached the penultimate day of #glasgow2014.

    Scottie dog

    Hamish and his kin captured our hearts as they led competitors during the opening ceremony of the 2014 Commonwealth Games.

    What has been your favourite moment? Tweet us #ScotlandLive with your best moments.

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    John Barnes

    BBC Scotland

    tweets: "Check out the fit looking line judges at the badminton! What are they hiding up those jumpers? Tunnocks tea cakes?"

    Badminton at the Commonwealth Games
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    Baton charge

    Scotland's men's 4x400m relay team earn a fifth-placed finish at a rain-soaked Hampden. It was a strong run, but not enough to get near the medals.

    England won gold with the Bahamas second and Trinidad and Tobago picking up bronze.

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    High winds warning

    @forthroadbridge tweets: "High winds - Speed restriction on bridge (19:48 BST 02/08/14)"

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    M73 accident cleared

    Travel News Scotland say an earlier accident at the M73 northbound at J3, A80 (Mollinsburn) is clear.

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    Powered out

    It wasn't to be at the powerlifting for Scotland's Micky Yule.

    Scottish powerlifter Micky Yule

    The former Royal Engineer, who was injured while serving in Afghanistan in 2010, was pipped for bronze by Malaysia's Jong Yee Khie.

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    M73 severe accident

    Travel News Scotland reports an accident on the M73 North Lanarkshire.

    A serious accident involving six cars has caused slow traffic and the main road is closed. Traffic is being routed around the junction and back on again, on M73 northbound at J3, A80 (Mollinsburn), because of recovery work.

    Diversion in operation - via the exit and entry slip roads.

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    Run like an O'Hare

    Scotland's Chris O'Hare earns a creditable sixth-placed finish in the men's 1500m with a time of 3:40.63.

    Scottish athlete Chris O'Hare

    James Magut of, yes, that's right, Kenya, came first,

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    In the long run

    Here's how the Scots finished in the women's 5000m at Hampden - a great run from Laura Whittle led to a sixth-placed finish, Elizabeth Potter came home in ninth and Stephanie Twell in 14th. Mercy Cherono from Kenya took gold.

    Scottish runner Laura Whittle
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    Jim Spence

    BBC Sport

    tweets: 'Hampden has been as magnificent an athletics venue as it is a bowfin football venue.'

    What's your view on the home of Scottish football? Will we long for a return to athletics once the goalposts are back? Tweet us using #ScotlandLive or text 80295

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    Heavy weight

    It looks to be all over for Michael Yule in the powerlifting as he fails with his third lift - almost 40 kilos over double his body weight. Malaysia's Jong Yee Khie is all set to take bronze.

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    Water washout

    You can see why the start of the women's pole vault final has been delayed.

    Worker sweeps water off an athletics track

    A worker sweeps away a puddle of water in Hampden Park.

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    Nosedive

    It's a ninth place finish for 18-year-old Grace Reid in the 3m women's springboard final despite a gallant effort.

    Scottish diver Grace Reid

    She finished with a score of 297.50, with Australia's Esther Qin taking the gold medal.

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    BBC Sport

    tweets: "The athletics field events have been delayed by 45 minutes at #Glasgow2014 due to heavy rain http://bbc.in/1kcvmAO"

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    Max power

    In powerlifting, Michael Yule is sitting in fourth place after one lift - only 12 points separate second from fourth though.

    Grace Reid's gravity-defying dives have her moving up the leaderboard in the women's 3m springboard final, but it looks like she will fall short of a medal.

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    @moira_pearson tweets: @bbcscotlandnews Custom made flag on display at Hampden tonight. JamScot family showing dual support!

    Half Scotland half Jamaica flag
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    More from Professor Beattie

    John Beattie

    BBC Scotland

    tweets more mathematical analysis: "England total medals 149 pop'n 53.5 million so 2.8 medals per million, Australia medals 127 pop 23m medals per m 5.5, Canada 2.1 medals per million, Scotland 52 medals pop'n 5.3m so medals per million 9.8!!!"

    He adds: "So, having examined the top ten in the #Glasgow2014 table, we are best ever in terms of proportion, medals available, and medals per million"

    Is he really Carol Vorderman in disguise?

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    Michael Yule para powerlifting

    Scotland's Michael Yule is in the para powerlifting final for the men's heavyweight group A (from 72.1kg) event at the SECC.

    Michael Yule

    Watch the action here.

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    Poor road conditions

    @TrafficScotland tweets: "Folks, please slow down on the roads, lots of surface water, visibility is poor. #extracare."

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    Travel update

    Truckfest in Ingliston means the A8 will be busier in both directions, the A9 heading north at J1 and the M8 heading east at J1 towards Hermiston Gait.

    Local train and subway stations currently have long queues in Glasgow due to the Games.

    Away from the Games - but still in Glasgow -the westbound exit slip road on the M8 at J18 (Charing Cross) is partially blocked, traffic is able to pass in lane two.

    There's been an accident on the northbound M80 at junction 7 Haggs - traffic from Glasgow to Stirling is slow and down to one lane.

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    Legacy opportunity for Clydesiders

    Young Clydesiders may get a chance to improve their employment prospects, according to the First Minister.

    will be able to apply for the Scotland's Best volunteering and training programme which aims to get 1,000 jobless young Scots into work.

    The First Minister said: "The Clydesiders have been one of the biggest successes of the Commonwealth Games and we should take the utmost pride in the part they have played."

    He added: "This is a true Games legacy."

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    Tonight's weather

    There's a warning for rain, and Hampden doesn't allow big umbrellas inside. Bear that in mind if you are heading for the athletics.

    This evening will remain wet with some heavy rain in places, and turning wet in the far north-west too.

    One or two showers expected through Dumfries and Galloway, but becoming quite isolated.

    Winds could increase to gale force across the Western Isles.

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    League Cup first round final results

    The final two games in this afternoon's League Cup have finished.

    Raith Rovers scored twice in extra-time to defeat Forfar 4-2.

    Albion Rovers, Scottish Cup shock troops last season, took Livingston to penalties and player-manager Darren Young was one of the men who stepped up to score from the spot. However it was not enough and Livi progress 4-3 after a goalless draw.

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    Bronze medal

    Scotland's Imogen Bankier and Robert Blair win medal number 52 for Scotland as they defeat Peng Soon Chan and Lai Pei Jing of Malaysia 21-17, 21-11 in the mixed doubles bronze medal match.

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    Barbara: Glasgow games have been amazing and very heart-warming! At athletics on Tuesday and the crowd stood for every national anthem and cheered every athlete...just wonderful! May I also say that the Radio Scotland team have been amazing! Great coverage guys (and girls). Am now a fan of John Beattie! But you all deserve a gold medal. Very well done!

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    Glasgow Central queue

    @NetworkRailSCOT tweets: Another busy evening at Central. Queuing time about 15mins so pls allow more time for your journey.

    People queue in Central Station

    Thx 4 ur patience pic.twitter.com/MeAgTydzEI

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    Ants that sound like lions

    If you're going to watch one video these Games, make it the post-bout interview with an ecstatic Charlie Flynn after the Motherwell boxer claimed gold in the 60kg category.

    Commonwealth Gold medallist Charlie Flynn

    "You can't get me shutting up," says Flynn, and he's not wrong.

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    First Minister praises Scotland's boxers

    First Minister Alex Salmond

    tweets: "Well done gold medal winning Charlie Flynn! And congratulations #TeamScotland on achieving an amazing 50 medals! And well done @JoshTaylorBoxer! Another boxing gold for Scotland! http://ow.ly/zSmGM"

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    Alex Arthur MBE

    tweets: "Look who I just bumped into #legend #CHARLIEFLYNN."

    Scottish boxers Alex Arthur and Charlie Flynn
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    League Cup first round results

    Airdrieonians 1-3 Stenhousemuir

    Alloa 1-0 Stirling Albion

    Brechin City 0-1 Dumbarton

    Clyde 1-2 Cowdenbeath

    Dundee 4-0 Peterhead

    Dumfermline 5-1 Annan Athletic

    East Stirlingshire 0-4 Ayr United

    Hamilton Accies 2-1 Arbroath

    Montrose 1-3 Falkirk

    Greenock Morton 2-1 Berwick Rangers

    Queen of the South 5-0 Elgin City

    Stranraer 1-0 East Fife

    Two matches are currently in extra-time. Albion Rovers v Livingston and Raith Rovers v Forfar.

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    Another gold for Scotland

    Minutes after Charlie Flynn creates a thunderstorm, Josh Taylor brings in a meteorite with medal 51 for Scotland.

    Josh Taylor against Junias Jonas

    His Namibian opponent Junias Jonas started brightly but the Prestonpans boxer rode the early storm to take control of the fight, winning the first two rounds.

    Jonas threw everything at him in the last round and Taylor tasted the canvas, but showed true Scottish grit to hold on.

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    Richard Winton

    BBC Sport

    tweets: Just acted as interpreter in office for post-fight interview of Charlie Flynn. Bemused looks all round. Gaun yersel, wee man...

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    Thunderstorm!

    "The crowd are unbelievable, every time you land a punch it's like a thunderstorm," says boxer Charlie Flynn, Scotland's latest gold-medallist, and the man who brought the Scottish medal tally up to an incredible 50.

    Scottish boxer Charlie Flynn
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    Jim Spence

    BBC Sport

    tweets: Charlie Flynn is a throwback to the great legion of wee men in Scottish boxing

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    Not a good week for...

    Celtic defender Efe Ambrose, who has compounded being sent off in their midweek Champions League qualifier against Legia Warsaw by being sent off in the last minute of the club's friendly with Tottenham.

    Efe Ambrose was sent off twice in a week

    Celtic lost 4-1 on Wednesday and have been beaten 6-1 today.

    In other friendlies, Rangers lost 2-0 to Derby County, where they had their own red card to contend with. Ally McCoist told Bilel Mohsni his actions were 'indefensible' after he was sent off for violent conduct.

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    50th medal bagged

    Team Scotland has their 50th medal in the Commonwealth Games.

    Charlie Flynn

    Scotland's Charlie Flynn beat Northern Ireland's Joe Fitzpatrick to take gold in the lightweight 60kg category.

    Team Scotland now has 18 gold medals, 14 silver and 18 bronze.

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    Barnes-storming

    Northern Irish boxer Paddy Barnes was full of praise for the Glasgow crowd after his gold medal-winning light flyweight bout against India's Devendro Laishram.

    Northern Irish boxer Paddy Barnes

    "That was the hardest fight of my life," he said.

    "I remember fighting in China in front of 13,000 Chinese guys who wanted the head punched off me, but I'll tell you what that was unbelievable out there.

    "The Scottish fans were great. I love fighting in places like this."

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    50th medal within reach

    @Team_Scotland's 50th medal is in sight.

    medal table

    Boxer Charlie Flynn will be the man to bag the next medal for the home country as he is guaranteed at least a silver, but will be hoping for gold as he begins his 60kg final against Northern Ireland's Joe Fitzpatrick.

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    Alex Arthur MBE

    tweets: 'We're here!!!! It's finals day, been a great few weeks... Good luck to all the lads & come on Charlie Flynn and Josh Taylor!! #gold'

    We are just over five minutes away from Charlie Flynn's final. Josh Taylor will be in the following contest.

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    Half-time scores

    Here are the half-time scores from today's Scottish League Cup first round ties:

    Airdrieonians 0-2 Stenhousemuir

    Albion Rovers 0-0 Livingston

    Alloa Athletic 1-0 Stirling Albion

    Brechin City 0-0 Dumbarton

    Clyde 1-0 Cowdenbeath

    Dundee 2-0 Peterhead

    Dunfermline 2-0 Annan Athletic

    East Stirlingshire 0-0 Ayr United

    Greenock Morton 1-0 Berwick Rangers

    Hamilton Academical 1-0 Arbroath

    Montrose 1-2 Falkirk

    Queen of the South 2-0 Elgin City

    Raith Rovers 1-1 Forfar Athletic

    Stranraer 0-0 East Fife

    You can keep up with all the latest from those ties here.

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    Tom English

    BBC Scotland

    tweets: 'Moment of truth for Charlie Flynn and Josh Taylor fast approaching. The great Paddy Barnes wins gold for N Ireland'

    Josh Taylor and Charlie Flynn will fight for Commonwealth gold in the boxing at the Scottish Hydro
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    Scottish badminton star Kirsty Gilmour tweets: 'I don't know what to say. I can't find the words. Thank you SO much for EVERY SINGLE tweet, FB, text, carrier pigeon, telegram..Unbelievable.'

    Scottish badminton player Kirsty Gilmour

    Gilmour will face Canada's Michelle Li in the women's singles final on Sunday.

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    Road traffic accident

    @trafficscotland tweets: '#M8 E/B reports of RTC near to J5 #Harthill Services. Keep your speed down. Police en-route'

    'M8 Harthill Services - J4a Heartlands - Accident, All lanes restricted Eastbound for up to 30 minutes http://tscot.org/01c62725 #TSIncident'

  63. Post update

    Andrew in Richhill: Glasgow have been brilliant hosts of the Commonwealth Games. The sights, sounds and general buzz around the Friendly City have been fantastic. The enthusiasm of the general public and the passionate support of the fans at the venues have been great. Keep it up Glasgow!

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    Football is underway

    The Games haven't even finished but the sport rolls on relentlessly, with fourteen first-round ties in the Scottish League Cup underway, with Premiership sides Dundee and Hamilton Academical among those in action.

    The matches need to be played to a finish today, using extra-time and penalties if necessary.

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    Ringside seat

    @ChuckFlynn93 and @JoshTaylorBoxer are hoping to add to add to Team Scotland's medal haul this afternoon.

    Wales' Joseph Cordina and Scotland's Charlie Flynn in the men's Light 60kg semi-finals

    Watch all the action live online.

    Charlie Flynn is in the ring with Northern Ireland's Joe Fitzpatrick for the men's light (60kg) final at 16:15.

    Josh Taylor takes on Namibia's Junias Jonas in the men's light welter (64kg) final bout at 16:45.

    It was the turn of the ladies earlier in the day. England's Nicola Adams beat Northern Ireland's Michaela Walsh to take gold in the women's flyweight final.

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    Team-mate lends support to Scottish boxing duo

    Lewis Benson tweets: 'Round 5 tonight with the boys tonight, the kilt will be on #Buzzing #TrueScotsman'

    Josh Taylor and Charlie Flynn both fight for gold later this afternoon at the Scottish Hydro. Flynn is up first at 16.15

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    Lucky pants?

    Scotland powerlifter Mickey Yule tweets: "Decisions: Which lucky pants?"

    Scottish powerlifter Mikey Yule

    Yule, 35, competes in the men's heavyweight category from 18:00 BST this evening.

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    Queues at the Hydro

    @sconnarty tweets: 'Stuck outside the hydro in the rain at the boxing because of a 'security incident' @BBCSportScot @Glasgow2014'

    Fans queue for the boxing at the Scottish Hydro

    It appears the ticket problems are clearing up now and fans are getting in. The problem was that some tickets had to be re-scanned which slowed things down.

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    Making a splash

    Grace Reid spoke to BBC Scotland reporter Heather Dewar after qualifying for the 3m springboard finals: "I'm really pleased. I think this is where me and my coach would have wanted me to be. There are girls trying harder stuff but it's about me doing dives to the best of my ability. The fans were brilliant. The fact that I could see so many Scottish flags when I'm stood on the board, it was such a lovely thing to see."

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    Nicola Adams wins gold

    Chris McLaughlin

    Commonwealth Games reporter, BBC Sport

    @BBCchrismclaug tweets:

    Nicola Adams

    First ever women's boxing Commonwealth Games gold goes to @NicolaAdams2012

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    Gold or silver?

    The boxing finals are now under way at the Hydro. Charlie Flynn, the 20-year-old lightweight from Motherwell, takes on Northern Ireland's Joe Fitzpatrick at 16:15 BST.

    Then in the fight immediately afterwards, Prestonpans' Josh Taylor, 23, gets into the ring with Junias Jonas of Namibia in the 64kg division.

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    Will Games affect the referendum?

    The finishing line in the race for medals at Glasgow's "friendly games" is now in sight.

    Many will ask the question - will the Games have an effect on the Scottish independence referendum taking place on 18 September?

    Scotland will be asked on September 18th: "Should Scotland be an independent country?"

    Let us know what you think by either tweeting us using the hashtag #Scotlandlive or texting 80295.

    Read the full article:

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    Clyne and Leitch squashed

    Alan Clyne and Harry Leitch have lost 2-0 to England's Adrian Grant and Nick Matthew in the men's doubles semi-final. The Scottish pair will face either England duo Daryl Selby and James Willstrop or Australia's David Palmer and Cameron Pilley on Sunday at 12:15 BST for the bronze medal.

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    Closing ceremony party

    Organisers of the Commonwealth Games closing ceremony say the theme is "All Back to Ours" and will reflect a typical night out in Glasgow.

    Almost 2,000 volunteer cast members have been recruited for Sunday night's finale.

    Watch the party in the front room on BBC One Scotland from 21:00 BST on Sunday night.

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    League Cup kicks off

    There are 14 ties scheduled to be played in this afternoon's League Cup, providing the weather does not intervene. All eyes will be on Falkirk who were in impressive form in the Petrofac Training Cup last week. With a raft of summer signings they are threatening to elbow their way into the race for promotion along with Scottish Championship favourites Rangers, Hearts and Hibs. The Bairns are away to Montrose.

    Aberdeen won the Scottish League Cup in March 2014

    Premiership sides Dundee and Hamilton are also in action, with the Dark Blues hosting the Blue Toon of Peterhead, and Arbroath the visitors to New Douglas Park.

    The trophy has been a generous one if you're a team trying to end a trophy drought. The last three winners have been Aberdeen (18 years without a trophy), St Mirren (26 years) and Kilmarnock (15 years).

    Celtic will start the tournament as favourites but have not managed to get their hands on the trophy since 2009. Full League Cup fixtures

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    Relief for Gilmour

    After reaching the badminton women's singles final, Hamilton's Kirsty Gilmour tells BBC Scotland reporter John Barnes: "I can't even explain it. I had nightmares about not being able to hit the shuttle. You've no idea the relief and happiness that I have that it went to plan.

    (On coming back from 19-11 down in second game to win) "I didn't know whether I was going to save myself for the second set and give those two points. Then I got one and two and three and I was like, 'well, you can't stop going'. My legs kicked in and I was able to step up the pace and it worked out a dream. I can't wait to get out there tomorrow and use this crowd to my advantage.

    (On facing Michelle Li of Canada in the final) "I've never played her before. I'm looking forward to it. I'll head back to the village and get a good rest. This is the exact position I wanted to be in. I can't tell you how happy I am that I'm here."

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    Steven, Kirkcaldy: Was at Hampden last night. The roar at Lynsey Sharp's silver was the match of anything I've heard at Scotland games. Electrifying. My loose claim to be connected with Lynsey is that I got her dad's autograph at a BB event when I was a kid. Sadly it never inspired me as a runner. My favourite event was the 100m as that was the one that was over quickest. Great last night though.

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    Travel update

    In Glasgow on the M77, the northbound onslip at J2 Silverburn is closed because of a fluid spillage so you'll have to divert.

    Commonwealth Games events at six venues today mean very busy roads. Trains through Central and Argyle Street will be busy throughout the day. And if you're heading to Edinburgh, bear in mind that trains go from Central, Queen Street High level and Queen Street Low level.

    Cycling or walking is the best way to get around - but maybe also the wettest...

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    Latest weather

    Looking at today's weather and a yellow 'be aware' warning for rain is in place for many parts today.

    Cloud and rain are moving north and giving most places a spell of wet weather this afternoon. But the far north-west mainland along with the Northern and Western isles should escape the rain and stay dry, and some drier weather is possible across the south-east later this afternoon.

    It'll become rather windy along the west coast by the afternoon with a fresh north or north-easterly wind developing. And all parts will feel distinctly cool this afternoon with highs no better than 16 or 17 Celsius, that's around 61F.

    Then this evening will remain wet with some heavy rain in places, and turning wet in the far northwest too.

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    BBC at the Quay

    With Scotland's tropical heat temporarily taking a break, you've now got a great chance to bag a prime spot in front of the big screen at BBC at the Quay to watch all this afternoon's Commonwealth Games action.

    BBC at the Quay

    You will have the last laugh when it brightens up later.

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    Stars of Team Scotland at the BBC

    Some of the stars of Team Scotland have been on stage chatting to John Beattie at BBC at the Quay. Andrew Southwick managed to charm security to sneak in and take a photo.

    Some of Team Scotland chat to John Beattie

    Susan Egelstaff is now live on Off the Ball, along with Eilidh Child.

    You can listen in on the BBC iPlayer.

  82. Post update

    Gilmour close to realising a dream

    Kirsty Gilmour becomes the first Scottish woman to make it to a Commonwealth Games badminton singles final after a 2-0 win over Jing Yi Tee of Malaysia. She will face Canadian Michelle Li for the gold medal tomorrow at 1100.

    Kirsty Gilmour at 14 years old

    Here's a story from our archives from 2007, when a then 14-year-old Kirsty was dreaming about winning gold in Glasgow.

    Going for gold at Glasgow 2014

  83. Post update

    Man dies in one-car crash on A90 in Aberdeenshire

    A 43-year-old man has died after a one-vehicle collision in Aberdeenshire.

    The incident, which involved a black BMW 328 coupe, happened on the A90 at Muchalls at about 04.38 on Saturday.

    Police have appealed for anyone who witnessed the collision to contact them.

    They also asked anyone who may have seen the vehicle before the incident to get in touch.

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    Paul from Ibrox: I am walking to the boxing and I have just found two tickets for this afternoon session on the ground at the side of Festival park. I will be taking them to the police or stewards at the Squinty bridge.

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    Sierra Leone cyclist not missing

    A cyclist from Sierra Leone who vanished from the Glasgow Commonwealth Games athletes' village is not missing, officials have said.

    Organisers Glasgow 2014 said the Sierra Leone chef de mission knows where Mohamed Tholley is.

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    Child's play

    Eilidh Child on John Beattie's Commonwealth Games programme: "What made the final so special was that my friends and family were there, dotted around the stadium." The Commonwealth 400m hurdles silver medallist has also been talking about making a quick "5-1" sign for a photo with a fan, a reference to Hearts' defeat of rivals Hibs in the Scottish Cup final of 2012.

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    Wallace wisdom

    Super swimmer Dan Wallace on BBC Radio Scotland: "Eight years ago when I watched the Commonwealth Games on TV, we did well in the swimming. I thought 'maybe one day I could do that'. If you really want to do something, there's no reason why you can't. I hope people watching the judo or the swimming have felt inspired."

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    Silver Ferns triumph

    New Zealand continue their stranglehold on the Commonwealth netball competition but, my goodness, England pushed them all the way in their semi-final before losing 35-34.

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    David in Moray: "It's been an incredible 10 days for Glasgow and Scotland. Hats off to the Organisers, the Athletes, The Police, the Volunteers and the BBC for its excellent coverage on TV and Radio. Take a bow everyone."

    Team Scotland's 4x100m relay team were unlucky not to make the final

    Elisabeth in Glasgow: "Just wanted to say a great big THANK YOU to ALL our athletes whether or not they won a medal. They all trained hard and made sacrifices. Our nation salutes you!"

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    Gilmour going great guns

    Kirsty Gilmour

    So far, so good for Scotland's best women's singles player, Kirsty Gilmour, who is in the world's top 20. She has won the first game against her Malaysian semi-final opponent Jing Yi Tee 21-13.

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    Gilmour's final push

    Hamilton's Kirsty Gilmour is currently in her badminton women's singles semi-final against Malaysia's J Y Tee.Watch it live now.

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    Crowd source

    Judo gold medal winner Chris Sherrington tells BBC Radio Scotland's John Beattie: "The crowd (at the SECC) was fantastic. They could have filled a bigger stadium but I don't think the atmosphere would have been as good. They were right on top of you."

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    Graceful diving

    At the Commonwealth pool in Edinburgh, Scotland's Grace Reid has qualified for the final of the 3m springboard final. She finished 10th in the preliminaries. The top 12 divers made it through.

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    Medal medley

    Among John's guests are Commonwealth medal winners Jen McIntosh, judo stars Sarah Clark, Sarah Adlington and Chris Sherrington and swimmers Daniel Wallace and Corrie Scott.

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    On air now

    John Beattie's Commonwealth Games comes live from the BBC's festival site at Pacific Quay in Glasgow. It's on BBC Radio Scotland 92-95 FM, 810 MW, on digital platforms and online link to Radio Scotland.

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    First Minister meets Team Scotland

    Team Scotland

    tweets: FM @AlexSalmond meets some of the Team Scotland heroes in the #Glasgow2014 Village. #GoScotland

    Alex Salmond meets some of Team Scotland
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    Greg Lobban

    tweets: Kilt on. Haggis has been eaten. Bagpipes will be playing. An Irn Bru downed. Voice is rested. Time to support the bravehearts. #proudnation

    Scotland squash player Lobban is preparing to roar on Alan Clyne and Harry Leitch in their men's doubles semi-final at Scotstoun.

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    What will be your Glasgow 2014 legacy?

    Today we're asking, what will be your Glasgow 2014 legacy?

    Team Scotland's Darren Burnett celebrates with his gold medal

    Has it inspired you to take up a sport or get more exercise? Perhaps you've enjoyed Scotland being in the spotlight and wish to become a volunteer for future events. Has hearing visitors talking about their sightseeing around the country encouraged you to do likewise? Tweet us using the hashtag #Scotlandlive, or text us on 80295.

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    Games Travel 2014

    tweets: It's another big day at the SECC with 6 sessions across 3 sports & lots of spectators. Please allow plenty of time for your journey.

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    Badminton bronze?

    Scotland's Robert Blair and Imogen Bankier will take on the Malaysian pair P S Chan and L Pei Jing in the mixed doubles bronze medal match.

    The Malaysian pair lost 15-21, 22-20, 13-21 to England's Chris Langridge and Heather Oliver in the semi-final.

    Earlier Blair and Bankier lost to another England pairing, husband and wife, Chris and Gabby Adcock.

    The Scots will compete for the bronze medal in the opening match of this evening's session at 17.00 BST.

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    Glasgow 2014: Day 9 highlights

    Lynsey Sharp, Dan Purvis, Scots lawn bowlers and boxers - here's day nine of the Glasgow 2014 highlights in under five minutes.

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    Hospitable Glasgow

    Glasgow's tourism industry will be one of the big winners of the Commonwealth Games, according to VisitScotland.

    The tourism body said hotels and restaurants had reported some of their busiest days on record in recent days.

    It said many businesses expected the "Games effect" to bring more tourists to the city.

    A recent survey suggested up to 100,000 visitors would stay on after the Games to see more of Scotland.

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    Biker death

    A motorcyclist has died after being involved in a crash with a camper van on the A9 in the Highlands.

    Part of the Inverness-Thurso stretch of the road was closed in both directions after the accident, which happened late on Friday afternoon at Borgue.

    It is understood the motorcyclist died at the scene. Details of the man have yet to be released.

    The motorcycle had a Dutch registration and the motor home was Italian registered.

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    Gold standard

    Scotland's netballers, the Scottish Thistles, are trying to claw their way up the rankings. They finished ninth at the Games after beating Trinidad and Tobago in their play-off. The Thistles players and squad will be interested spectators as the reigning Commonwealth champions New Zealand - the Silver Ferns - are in action against England in the semi-final. The score is 10-10.

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    Super Sharp

    Lynsey Sharp, Commonwealth 800m silver medallist

    Scotland's Commonwealth 800m silver medallist Lynsey Sharp tells BBC Radio Scotland: "I got a message from someone on Facebook today saying 'I don't think you'll appreciate the effect you've had on the country'. To hear stories like that is amazing. I've had a chronic infection in my foot as a result of surgery.

    "Also, I was in the clinic in the Athletes' Village until 5.30 yesterday morning throwing up. I was on a drip. I literally had three hours' sleep. I had porridge and scrambled egg so I was running on zero but I managed to pull it out the bag. What made it so much more special was being able to pick people out in the crowd - friends, team-mates, friends' parents.

    "During the medal ceremony I made a point to look around and take it all in. I will watch it back to hear just how loud the Hampden Roar was."

    Rangers fan Sharp also reveals she hopes to be invited on to the pitch at Ibrox, possibly with Hearts supporter Eilidh Child, another silver medallist, when the teams meet in the Championship.

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    Blair and Bankier lose semi

    It's disappointment for Scotland's Robert Blair and Imogen Bankier, the third seeds, as they lose to top seeds Chris and Gabby Bancock of England in the mixed doubles. The score was 21-14 21-14.

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    Weather outlook

    Thicker cloud and rain in the south will extend steadily northwards this morning and afternoon, to give many places a spell of wet weather today. G

    However, the far northwest mainland and Northern and Western Isles should stay dry and some drier weather is possible across the southeast later this afternoon.

    It will become rather windy along the west coast by the afternoon.

    And rather cool everywhere, with highs of around 16 or 17C.

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    Pressure mounts

    Robert Blair and Imogen Bankier are under pressure in the badminton mixed doubles. They lost the first game to their big rivals and trail 15-11 in the second.

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    Trading places

    Edinburgh's Robert Blair used to partner both of his English opponents today, while Glasgow's Imogen Bankier used to play mixed doubles with Chris Adcock.

    Robert Blair and Imogen Bankier
    Image caption: Scots mixed doubles medal hopes Robert Blair and Imogen Bankier are in action against top English pair Chris and Gabby Adcock at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow's East End
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    Badminton tension

    Anyone with an interest in badminton will want to watch the mixed doubles match between Chris and Gabby Adcock of England and Scotland pair Robert Blair and Imogen Bankier. Ah, but there's so much more to this match. A place in the final is up for grabs, it's Scotland v England...and the respective pairings aren't the best of pals.

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    Fantastic gymnastics

    There was giddy excitement this morning as two Scotland tracksuited athletes sporting big medals came into BBC Scotland's offices in Pacific Quay. Gymnasts Dan Keatings and Daniel Purvis spoke to Kenny Crawford on BBC Radio Scotland about their marvellous achievements.

    Keatings, whose father was born in Edinburgh, said: "I never expected to do so well so to come away with two silvers and a gold. You want to see your friends and team-mates do well and it was great to see Daniel Purvis win the gold. There was disappointment when I didn't get selected for the Olympics but I sat down with my coach and came up with a plan."

    Purvis, whose mother's family hail from Dundee, won gold in the parallel bars on Friday. He said: "To come away with a gold and a silver is just fantastic. To make history with the first team medal (for Scotland) it feels like a repeat of the Olympics."

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    Travel update

    My colleague Victoria Lumsden is in the traffic hot seat, calmness personified when all around is chaotic. She has these words for motorists and Commonwealth Games-goers to consider...

    In Aberdeenshire, the northbound A90 outside Stonehaven near Muchalls Bend remains closed following an accident early this morning. Diversions are via Netherlee Road.

    On the M8 between Edinburgh and Harthill, heavy rain is causing surface water and poor visibility so slow down and take care. It's especially bad between junction 2 Claylands and 4 Whitburn.

    And in Glasgow, it's probably best to leave your car at home today because a very busy day is expected on the roads and public transport. Around 130,000 people are expected at six Commonwealth Games venues. It's getting busy now at Scotstoun and at the Emirates Arena, so leave plenty of time for your journey.

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    Keir Murray

    Good morning and a very warm welcome to BBC Scotland's live coverage of what's happening around the country today.

    We'll have news, traffic reports and weather but our main focus will be on the penultimate day of the Commonwealth Games, with Scottish athletes in action in badminton, squash, boxing, diving, powerlifting and athletics.