Women's 100m Freestyle Final
Cate Campbell just gets it from her sister Bronte. Her 50m split of 25.01 was under world record pace, but that didn't matter in the end. Mind you, if it was a 105m race, Bronte wouldn't be too far off, she was coming home quickly.
Gold: Cate Campbell (AUS) - 52.68
Silver: Bronte Campbell (AUS) - 52.86
Bronze: Emma McKeon (AUS) - 53.61
Women's 50m Backstroke semi finals
Australia's Emily Seebohm swam in 27.89 while Belinda Hocking finished in 28.87.
Seebohm broke the Games record, but it was broken again in the next semi by Georgia Davies from Wales.
Seebohm, Hocking and Madi Wilson, who swam in 28.40 in th second semi, have all made the final.
Women's 100m Breaststroke Final
Lorna Tonks of Australia claims silver, says "my parents have got me where I am today".
1) Sophie Taylor (ENG) 1:06.35
2) Lorna Tonks (AUS) - 1:07.34
3) Alia Atkinson (JAM) - 1:08.14
Women's 100m Butterfly Final
Maddie Groves, who admits to having a Suzie O'Neill doll as a kid, claimed Bronze in the 100m butterfly final, finishing in a time of 2.08.07.
Men's 50m Breaststroke Final
Christian Sprenger sneaks in with a bronze medal by 0.01secs from fourth place - great to see him get on the podium after a torrid meet so far.
1) Cameron van der Burgh (RSA) - 26.76
2) Adam Peaty (ENG) 26.78
3) Christian Sprenger (AUS) - 27.46
Australia have also clean-sweeped the men's 200m backstroke final, with Mitch Larkin taking gold in a time of 1:55.83
Jamaican hopes of winning the women's 100m at the Commonwealth Games has been bolstered by the withdrawal of Trinidad and Tobago's Michelle-Lee Ayhe as Nigerian Blessing Okagbare scorched her heat.
Okagbare, who won silver in the long jump and a 200m bronze in the 2013 world championships, timed a blistering 10.93 secs to knock off Jamaican rivals Veronica Campbell-Brown (11.02), Kerron Stewart (11.08) and Calvert Schillonie (11.20).
Sultana Frizell from Canada won the gold medal in the women's hammer throw at the Commonwealth Games on Monday with a best throw of 71.97m.
Julia Ratcliffe from New Zealand was second and Sophie Hitchon from England was third.
Australia's Gabrielle Neighbour finishes a pleasing eighth with a best throw of 61.84m
Australian sprinter Melissa Breen has failed to qualify for the women's 100m final after running three tenths of a second slower than her personal best.
Australia's Daniel Lewis has moved into the boxing quarter finals but will have to deal with a cut as he lines up to take his place in the quarter finals.
Lewis wasn't able to talk to the media as he went straight to get his cut glued shut. But Australian boxing officials were dismayed with the wound and it bodes very poorly for his chances in the next round.
Overnight our Hockeyroos have beaten England and are now one game away from a gold medal match. Read more HERE.
The Kookaburras also won, with third-generation Kookaburra Trent Mitton shooting a spectacular between-the-legs goal in Australia's 6-0 win over South Africa in Glasgow. More HERE.
Australia's netballers are one win away from topping their Commonwealth Games pool following a comfortable 69-34 victory against Trinidad and Tobago on Monday.
The world champion Diamonds only have South Africa left to vanquish to ensure they finish on top of pool B.
It will mean the Diamonds are likely face world No.4 Jamaica in the semi-finals, avoiding a showdown with defending champions New Zealand until the gold medal match.