Commonwealth Games: Day five medal round-up
Last Updated: 10/04/18 8:51pm
England's Nile Wilson was denied a gold medal in the gymnastics parallel bars event by Cyprus' Marios Georgiou, but responded by claiming gold in the horizontal bar shortly after.
Wilson had to settle for silver behind the Cypriot despite posting the exact same overall score in the parallel bar event. He missed out on gold due to a lower execution score.
Scotland's Frank Baines took the bronze medal in the event, his second of the Games.
Wilson made amends by winning the gold medal on the horizontal bar later on Monday morning, taking his medal tally to five for the Games.
England's James Hall finished in the silver medal position in joint second with Canada's Cory Paterson.
England's Alice Kinsella won her second medal of the Games, her first gold, on the women's beam ahead of team-mate Kelly Simm who managed to take the bronze.
Seventeen-year-old Latalia Bevan won silver on the floor behind Australia's Alex Eade, a first gymnastics medal for Wales at the Games.
Wales won a surprise gold medal in the bowls men's pairs to prevent Alex Marshall becoming Scotland's most successful Commonwealth Games athlete.
Daniel Salmon and Marc Wyatt beat Marshall and Paul Foster, the defending champions, 12-10 in an all-British final.
A victory for Marshall, 51, would have seen him win a fifth Games gold, taking him past the Scottish record held by sprinter Allan Wells.
Marshall could still win gold in the men's fours later in the competition.
There was further good news for Wales, when Alys Thomas won swimming gold in the 200 metres butterfly later in the day.
The 26-year-old was the fastest qualifier and lived up to that billing, finishing in two minutes 05.45 seconds, a Games record.
Australians Laura Taylor and Emma McKeon were second and third.
James Willstrop's long wait for Commonwealth squash gold is over after he beat New Zealand's Paul Coll 3-0 in the men's singles final.
Willstrop twice had to settle for silver behind compatriot Nick Matthew in Delhi and Glasgow, but the 34-year-old is at last on the top step.
Coll is five places above No 14 Willstrop in the world rankings but the Englishman made light work of the final with intelligent play keeping Coll constantly off balance.
Sarah-Jane Perry had to settle for silver in the women's squash singles as New Zealander Joelle King triumphed 3-2 to take gold.
Perry battled back to 2-2 from 2-0 down in an often feisty match in which she clashed with the referee and crashed heavily into the side of the court, but could not stop King in the decisive game.
The 27-year-old Perry went into the game as the underdog against the world No 4, having failed to beat her in five previous attempts, a pattern she could not reverse despite showing plenty of fight.
In badminton, England beat Singapore 3-0 to claim Commonwealth bronze in the mixed team semi-final.
Marcus Ellis and Lauren Smith got off to an unconvincing start but recovered well, beating Hee Yong Kai Terry and Wong Jia Ying Crystal 16-21 21-19 21-18 in the mixed doubles.
Elsewhere, Owen Boxall won England's fifth weightlifting medal of the Games with bronze in the men's -105kg on day five.
The 27-year-old looked to be on his way out of the competition before lifting 152kg on his final snatch to sit tied for second place at the halfway stage.
Boxall clean and jerked 199kg to post 351kg to take the bronze medal and improve on fourth in Glasgow.
Wales' Tesni Evans beat Malaysian legend Nicol David in the women's squash event to claim the bronze medal, with Wales' Joel Makin also up against Malaysia's Nafiizwan Adnan in the men's bronze medal match later on Monday.
Emily Campbell won weightlifting bronze in the women's +90kg category, Engand's sixth weightlifting medal of the competition.
Finally, Courtney Tulloch won silver and Dominick Cunningham secured bronze in the men's vault for England.