Joanne Leach: Well done @JacobLeach1st on coming 5th in the 100m SB8 100m Breaststroke. 2 seconds knocked off your PB!! Fantastic!! Proud sat here in England.
Scotland's team: Lucy Hope, Camilla Hattersley, Abbie Houston, Hannah Miley.
England's team: Eleanor Faulkner, Siobhan Marie O'Connor, Freya Anderson, Holly Hibbott.
Wales' team: Kathryn Greenslade, Ellena Jones, Jazmin Carlin and Chloe Tutton.
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The one to watch in this scratch race (aside from the home nation riders, obviously) is Australia's Cameron Meyer.
Meyer is a nine-time world champion on the track, although none of those have come in the scratch race, and he won the Commonwealth title in Delhi in 2010 - one of three track gold medals he won at those Games.
Time for the final medal race of the evening in the pool.
- South Africa
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Scotland hold on for a second win in Pool B with a crucial 19-12 final quarter.
Gareth Murray led the way for Scotland with 25 points, which included eight of 10 from the free throw line.
Scotland return to the top of Pool B, with England second and one game remaining each.Copyright: EPA
We're at that time of the day. Time for the final track race of Saturday.
It's the men's scratch race final and there will be plenty of representation for the home nations.
Scotland's John Archibald and England's Chris Latham won heats one and two respectively, with two more riders from England, two more Scots, three Welshmen and three riders from Northern Ireland joining them in the medal race.
Another British one, two, three? Yes please.
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Three years back Britain was really struggling to find female breaststroke swimmers but out of nowhere a big crop of talent has emerged.
English 200m silver medallist Molly Renshaw has been around for a while but seemed to kick on to a new level after the appearance of Welsh bronze medallist Chloe Tutton, who was fourth at Rio 2016.
Jocelyn Ulyett didn’t make the final here but pushed Tutton out of a place at the Worlds last year and is another strong contender on her day.
Then there’s 50m champion Sarah Vasey - who’s more of a sprint specialist - but all four are competitive in the 100m event which begins on Monday.Copyright: AFP
Commonwealth champion once again!
Canada's Aurelie Rivard takes the silver, while Australia's Katherine Downie takes bronze.
Scotland's Tonie Shaw finishes seventh.Copyright: Getty Images
New Zealand's Sophie Pascoe is the world record holder in this event.
She is absolutely dominating this race.
Wales, Scotland, Scotland. A British one, two, three. Epic scenes.Copyright: AFP
- Samantha Ryan (Can)
- Jasmine Greenwood (Aus)
- Paige Leonhardt (Aus)
- Sophie Pascoe (NZ)
- Aurelie Rivard (Can)
- Katherine Downie (Aus)
- Toni Shaw (Sco)
- Katarina Roxon (Can)
England beat Canada 3-0 to reach the semi-finals of the badminton mixed team event.
Chloe Birch beat women's singles champion Michelle Li, Raj Ouseph saw off Brian Yang and Chris Langridge and Marcus Ellis won in the men's doubles.
They'll face Malaysia next after their 3-0 win over Scotland.Copyright: AFP
Here's the moment Molly Renshaw and Chloe Tutton claimed their medals.
We're having a brief break for a medal ceremony - England's Molly Renshaw and Wales' Chloe Tutton have just received their bronze and silver medals.
South Africa's Tatjana Schoenmaker is in tears as she gets her hands on her gold medal.
Northern Ireland medal hopeful Michaela Walsh will be cheering on her brother Aidan in the welterweight boxing tournament.
They are the first brother and sister to box at a Commonwealth Games.
Michaela was a spectator as Aidan beat Gul Zaib of Pakistan to qualify for the quarter-finals.
She also faces a last eight contest and is aiming to go one better than her 2014 silver when she competes in the featherweight division.
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For the first time since the Games began, Gold Coast feels lively at night. The stages which normally attract a handful are packed, with adjacent bars also rammed to the rafters.
We have a stage either end of the street, so sleep any time soon isn’t happening!Copyright: .
England's Jacob Leach clocks one minute 25.35 to finish in fifth.
The finals keep on coming - up next is the women's SM10 200m individual medley final.
So, so close for Jack Carlin. One more wheel rotation and the Scot would have won that round.
Look at that photo finish.Copyright: BBC