Day nine of Birmingham 2022: What you may have missed
Here, we round up the best of the rest of the action.
Scotland's Kirsty Gilmour coasted into the women's singles semi-finals after a 2-0 win over India's Aakarshi Kashyap.
Gilmour recorded set wins of 21-10 and 21-7 and will meet Michelle Li of Canada in the last four.
Gilmour recorded a pair of 21-14 wins to complete a 2-0 victory over Northern Ireland's Rachael Darragh.
For all of today's results, see here.
Twin brothers Javier and Joaquin Bello will have a second attempt to claim England’s first Commonwealth Games medal in beach volleyball but their hopes of gold came to an abrupt end.
While they won the first set in their semi-final against Canada duo Sam Schachter and Daniel Dearing, the Madrid-born Bellos – who moved to the UK with their family 11 years ago – were unable to maintain their level.
Schachter, who won silver on the Gold Coast four years ago alongside Sam Pedlow, and Dearing recovered to force a decider before securing a 15-21 21-13 15-7 win and a place in Sunday’s men’s final.
Schachter and Dearing will face Australia’s Chris McHugh and Paul Burnett in the showpiece, with the Bellos going into the bronze medal match against Rwandans Olivier Ntagengwa and Venuste Gatsinzi.
Canada and Australia will fight it out for gold in the women's tournament.
Sarah Pavan and Melissa Humana-Paredes of Canada lost the first set 31-29 to Alice Zeimann and Shaunna Polley of New Zealand but rallied with 21-14 and 19-17 wins to reach the final.
Australian duo Mariafe Artacho del Solar and Taliqua Clancy recorded 26-24 and 21-16 wins to see of Miller Pata and Sherysyn Toko of Vanuata.
England's world doubles champions James Willstrop and Declan James reached the men's doubles semi-finals after an "intense" 2-0 victory over Australia's Cameron Pilley and Rhys Dowling.
Gold Coast singles champion Willstrop admitted he and James had to remain focused to stay in the match at the University of Birmingham Hockey and Squash Centre.
He said: “It’s so intense. If you drop your quality by one little level, the outcome can be so different. It changes within an instant.
“When you get to this level, leads will come and go, but we’ve been there many, many times so we know that’s what doubles is like. Our focus was great on there."
They will face Malaysia's Ng Eain Yow and Yuen Chee Wern in the semi-final after they beat India's Senthilkumar Velavan and Singh Abhay.
For all today's quarter-finals results, see here.
Jamaica's Netball party
After a stunning win over world champions New Zealand to reach their first ever Commonwealth Games final - on the 60th anniversary of Jamaican independence - the 'Sunshine Girls' celebrated in style!