- Semenya takes athletics gold with Games record in 1500m; Courtney claims bronze for Wales
- England's Pozzi misses out in 110m hurdles; Hitchon finishes last in hammer
- England's Proud and Peaty pipped by Australia in swimming relay final
- Wales take women's 4x100m medley relay bronze in the pool
- Eight home nations boxers guarantee medals
- England come from behind to beat Wales in hockey; Scotland lose to Australia
00:01: Shooting - women's double trap
02:00: Rhythmic gymnastics - team event
02:57: Diving - women's synchronised 3m springboard
03:00: Shooting - men's 50m pistol
06:45: Shooting - men's double trap
10:00: Lawn bowls - mixed B2/B3 pairs
10:07: Diving - men's 1m springboard
From 10:15: Athletics, including women's T35 100m, men's high jump and long jump
12:22: Diving - women's synchronised 10m platform
Wales' success in the swimming pool continued on day six, as they took bronze in the 4x100m medley relay.
Swimmer Daniel Jervis also won silver in the 1500m freestyle, while Georgia Davies won bronze in the 50m backstroke.
Meanwhile, on the track, Melissa Courtney took a fine bronze for Wales in a personal best time of 4:03:44 in the women's 1500m.
But there was another defeat in netball and the men's hockey side lost 3-2 in England, despite leading 2-0.
However, David Phelps won 50m rifle prone gold with a Games record score and shooters Gareth Morris and Chris Watson won silver in the Queen's prize pairs.
Swimmer Duncan Scott took another medal for Scotland in the 200m individual medley, while in basketball, Scotland's men reached the semi-finals with a hard-fought win over Nigeria.
Ian Shaw and Alexander Walker won the bronze as the home nations dominated the final standings in the Queen's Prize pairs shooting.
For Northern Ireland, Aidan Walsh guaranteed at least a medal in the men's 69kg boxing, with unanimous points win in his quarter-final.
Meanwhile, for Jersey, Dan Halksworth made Commonwealth Games history as the first person to compete in three different sports at three different events.
What a moment for beach volleyball pair Miller Pata and Linline Matauata.
The Vanuatu pair have made it into the semi-finals!
It's all over in the final hockey match of the day as Scotland suffer a 2-0 defeat to Australia. The hosts top the group while Scotland will have to wait to see how results go elsewhere in order to determine whether they finish the group in third or fourth.
Ben Proud starred with a stunning 50m freestyle gold, on a day of mixed emotions for the England squad overall.
On the track, world indoor champion Andrew Pozzi missed out on a medal in the men's 110m hurdles, while favourite Sophie Hitchon finished last in the hammer and sprinter Adam Gemili confirmed he'll miss the rest of the games with injury.
But there were further medals in the swimming pool for England, as Holly Hibbott and Ellie Faulkner won silver and bronze in the women's 400m freestyle, while the men earned silver in the men's 4x100m medley relay.
Away from the finals, there was progression for England's women's basketball team, who reached the semi-finals with victory over Jamaica, while the men's hockey team fought back to beat Wales and also reach the semi-finals.
England's David Luckman and Parag Patel beat Wales' Gareth Morris and Chris Watson to retain their Commonwealth Queen's Prize pairs shooting title.
And there was great success for England's powerlifters. Louise Sugden won women's heavyweight silver after team-mates Zoe Newson and Ali Jawad took bronze in their events.
Bronze medalist Melissa Courtney speaking to BBC: "I couldn't believe how many welsh fans there were out there. It was great to see them all. The last two races I've done, I just raced really smart.
"I just focused on myself and didn't think about the rest of the race. I had no idea what the pace was, I just knew I had to keep going forwards."Copyright: BBC
Two-time world javelin silver medallist on the Gold Coast
Sophie Hitchon's coach must be besides himself from the joy of a British record with Nick Miller and his other superstar has now had three fouls. Her hopes of getting gold on the gold coast have just disappeared.
Claire Smith: How lovely to see Semenya congratulate every lady who ran in same race as her!
Oloche Okwori: The Nigerian para-lifters are making us proud.
England's relay silver medallist Adam Peaty speaking to BBC: "I just wanted to finish strong. It's not been my best performances this week.
"Lets have it in Scotland [at the European Championships]. It keeps us guys on our toes and hopefully it will make us faster for Tokyo."
50m freestyle champion Ben Proud: "Watching these guys swim in the first legs gave me motivation. That last bit is what I don't train for.
"I can't help but feel disappointed because there was so little in it but it was great to get that silver medal."Copyright: BBC
Double Olympic gold-medal winning swimmer on BBC TV
Duncan Scott is my swimming athlete of the Games.
That 100m freestyle race was my favourite of the competition. Getting that title was just absolutely incredible.
Australia's swimming contingent finish the Games with 73 medals. That's 28 gold, 21 silver and 24 bronze.
Nine golds came on the final day in the pool for Ariarne Titmus, Emily Seebohm, Mitch Larkin, Lakeisha Patterson, Brenden Hall, Jack McLoughlin and the 4x100m medley relay team.
England's Ben Proud was the only swimmer to break their dominance in the 50m free.
Proud also claimed silver alongside Adam Peaty, James Guy and Luke Greenbank in the men's relay.
Their team-mates Holly Hibbott and Ellie Faulkner won silver and bronze in the women's 400m freestyle.
Scot Duncan Scott won 200m individual medley silver and Wales' Georgia Davies took 50m backstroke bronze, and also took home bronze in the relay.
Wales' Dan Jervis took silver in the men's 1500m freestyle final.
Before the rain came down, England beat Scotland to reach the semi-finals of the men's beach volleyball