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England's badminton players endured a disappointing final day of competition as they were soundly beaten in three finals.
Scottish cyclist David Millar secured Commonwealth gold in the time trial on a successful day for the home nations in Delhi.
Jen McIntosh grabbed her second gold in two days, while fellow Scottish shooters Neil Stirton and Jonathan Hammond also struck gold.
Scotland shooters Kay Copland and Jen McIntosh won the women's 50m rifle prone pairs while the Home Nations' boxers shone.
England shooter Aaron Heading struck gold, while Scotland's tennis players Colin Fleming and Joss Rae won the mixed doubles.
Nicky Hunt and Duncan Busby continued the success story of England's archers in the compound events on Saturday.
Gymnasts Imogen Cairns and Luke Folwell led the way as England chalked up a magnificent seven golds on Friday.
England claimed their first Commonwealth archery gold medals for 28 years as both their men's and women's compound teams won.
Luke Folwell and Reiss Beckford secured a gymnastics one-two for England while Myroslav Dykun took Greco-Roman gold.
England's Fran Halsall and Liam Tancock and Scotland's Robbie Renwick struck swimming gold on Day Two.
Wales' Jazmin Carlin led the way as the home nations' swimmers claimed three silvers and two bronze medals.