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As the live sport, and this page, winds down from the Gold Coast, it is by no means the end of the day's live sport.
There were medals aplenty elsewhere for England, with Morgan Lake winning high jump silver and Laura Weightman winning 5000m bronze at the Carrara Stadium.
In the badminton, Rajiv Ouseph won men's singles bronze as England guaranteed a further four medals in Sunday's finals.
England's women won basketball silver, while silver was also the order of the day for diver Matthew Dixon in the 10m platform.
There were bronze medals for both of England's hockey teams, while there was a silver for Aaron Harding and bronze for Parag Patel and Dean Bale on the shooting range.
Finally, there was a bronze medal for Syerus Eslami in the 86kg wrestling.
It's been a golden penultimate day for England, not least in the boxing where a whopping SIX Commonwealth titles were won, so hats off to Lisa Whiteside, Galal Yafai, Peter McGrail, Sandy Ryan, Pat McCormack and Frazer Clarke.
Earlier in the day, there was double golden delight for England's 4x100m relay teams, as both the men's and women's quartets took gold.
In the shooting, David Luckman was victorious in the Queen's Prize individual final, while in the table tennis, Ross Wilson beat team-mate Kim Daybell to win TT6-10 singles gold.
Paul Drinkhall and Liam Pitchford then won another table tennis title for England with success in the men's doubles.
Wales are celebrating their most successful Commonwealth Games on Australia's Gold Coast.
Wales equalled their record medal haul and numbers of gold at a previous Games with seven podium positions on Saturday.
Shooter Michael Wixey won the men's trap final, while Lauren Price and Sammy Lee claimed gold in the boxing ring.
This took the 2018 tally to 36 medals including 10 golds.
The 36 medals match the highest Games haul in Glasgow in 2014 when Wales only won five golds.
England will play New Zealand and Fiji will face South Africa in the men's semi-finals in the rugby sevens on Sunday.
England women mirror the men with a semi-final place against New Zealand, while Australia will face Canada.
Maggie Alphonsi MBE
Former Saracens and England rugby union player
Disappointing display from Scotland. Tough game. RSA physicality in defence. Pace in attack and skill execution is what makes them a serious title contender.
Jake Wightman won Scotland's first men's Commonwealth Games 1500m medal in 40 years when he took bronze.
The 23-year-old came in behind Kenyan gold and silver medallists Elijah Manangoi and Timothy Cheruiyot.
Also on Saturday in Australia, Kirsty Gilmour won women's singles badminton bronze, taking Scotland's medal tally to 43 at the Gold Coast Games.
The Scot beat Michelle Li 21-11 21-16, having lost to the Canadian for gold four years ago in Glasgow.
Jamie Farndale makes a blistering run and twists away from a green shirt to go over the whitewash.
But that's it for Scotland. South Africa are through to the semi-finals.
Justin Geduld latches on to a grubber kick and pops the ball down under the posts.
It's an easy conversion and there's no way back for Scotland with one minute left on the clock.
We can't keep up! Cecil Afrika darts over for South Africa and extend their lead.
Will the Springboks make it to the semis?
Is there actually anyone left in Australia who hasn't won a Commonwealth medal?
Australia take gold in the hockey final - a comfortable 2-0 win over New Zealand.
With Scotland a man down, South Africa drive over the line through Ruhan Nel for their second try and it's converted.
The men's rugby sevens pool matches are coming to a conclusion with Scotland against South Africa.
Rosko Specman scored the only try of the first period, and Ruaridh Jackson is in the bin for the Scots as we go into the second half.
Northern Ireland's six boxing finalists at the Commonwealth Games in Australia have all been defeated.
Michaela Walsh suffered a second successive narrow Commonwealth Games final defeat as she was edged out in the women's featherweight final.
Her brother Aidan was also beaten in the men's welterweight final.
Brendan Irvine and Kurt Walker lost split decisions in their finals with Kristina O'Hara and Carly McNaul going down to unanimous defeats. Still - six silver medals...
Josh: Well done Matt Dickson for winning the silver medal in the 10m platform diving
Philip: Close match that was for Matthew, Nearly got a gold medal
Nicola: Really great to see my timeline full of positive words about the England netball win players who work hard all year round finally getting the recognition they deserve
Here are the final standings for the last diving event on the Gold Coast.
England's Noah Williams, Scotland's Lucas Thomson and Aidan Heslop of Wales all finish close to the podium.
Oh my days. SO CLOSE FOR ENGLAND!
Matthew Dixon needed 68 to take the gold but can only score 67.20. He has to settle for a second silver medal.
Domonic Bedggood of Australia takes the title, with Vincent Riendeau of Canada in third.
Noah Williams scores 81.00 and he's into bronze but his synchro partner still has one more dive left.
Matthew Dixon needs at least 68 points for gold.
Australia's Domonic Bedggood sets the bar at 451.15 with his final dive.
Where's this gold going to end up? Two English divers to go...
It's been a bit of a horror show for Matty Lee.
The English diver is obviously injured and every time he exits the pool he's holding a different body part in pain.
Lee's tricep on his right side is causing him all sorts of problems but his final dive is decent. He signs off his Commonwealth Games with his best score of 70.20.
Australia are not far off 200 medals at the Games and it looks like they will be adding another gold out on the hockey pitch.
Just three minutes left in the third...
England's Noah Williams has pulled it back on his fifth dive and he's been awarded 79.90 to bring himself up to sixth.
Matthew Dixon has stayed cool, calm and collected throughout and nails his penultimate dive.
The Englishman is top of the leaderboard!
BBC Sport on the Gold Coast
Home nation divers are dropping out of medal contention in the latter stages but Matt Dixon remains in the hunt for an honour in the last diving event of Gold Coast 2018.
When he made his debut - at the age of 14 - at Glasgow 2014 he was dubbed the ‘new Tom Daley’ owing to his physical similarities and the fact they both hail from Plymouth.
That was a lot of pressure for Dixon who is a different diver and has taken longer to develop. He’s now starting to show his potential and could challenge Daley for a place at Tokyo 2020 especially given the world champion’s current injury problems.
Australia's women are undefeated across two Commonwealth Games. Not too bad!
This is only the second time that basketball has been in the Commonwealth Games, both in Australia. And they have both been won by Australia.
A dominant display, Australia win 99-55 against England.
BBC Sport on the Gold Coast
Really feel for Matty Lee. He’s having a nightmare 10m final and he is so much better than this.
The 20-year-old told me after the preliminaries this morning that he was struggling with a triceps injury and he is well below his best.
A fully fit Lee would be a medal contender if not challenging for the outright title, but he’s frustrated and is shaking his head and fist as he heads off poolside after another disappointing dive in the fourth round.
Woaaaah. Out of nowhere, Scotland's Lucas Thomson scores a huge 79.20 on his back three-and-a-half somersaults and he goes to the top of the leaderboard!
Bostridgepotter: So it looks like silver to the women’s basketballers but it’s been a great achievement just to make it to the final
Australia pretty much just taking on three-pointers now. It's nearly over for England, never will such a hiding come as such a relief. Going home with a silver medal apiece will certainly ease the pain of defeat.
Noah Williams has an absolute mare on the forward three-and-a-half somersaults and scores only 39.00. He looks out of medal contention.
It's now down to team-mate Matthew Dixon to do it for England, while Aidan Heslop is 18 points adrift of the bronze medal position.
Hugs all round as England's Paul Drinkhall and Liam Pitchford beat Sharath Achanta and Sathiyan Gnanasekaran of India 11-8 in the deciding game to win gold.
Here's 15-year-old Aidan Heslop doing his cliff-diving...
This is ridiculous.
It's half-time in the men's hockey gold medal match, and it's advantage Australia as they lead New Zealand 2-0.
The hosts have won every men's title since the sport was introduced to the Commonwealth Games in 1998, and as it stands, that's not a run that's going to end any time soon.
Australia are in a league of their own. Deserved champions, there is still six minutes left too.
You try telling him he didn't deserve it...
Oh no. Canada's Tyler Henschel attempts a four-and-a-half somersaults in tuck and gets it all wrong.
He lands as flat as a pancake on his stomach and looks very winded. We're wincing in the office right now.
He gets a score of 16.65 and probably a massive bruise.