Commonwealth Games Live Blog Day Ten

Follow all the latest updates from the Team England Aquatics on day ten of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.

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Can you believe it’s the final day of the diving competition already?

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Team England head into the final day top of the diving medal table with four golds, two silver and one bronze medal.

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Australia follow with two gold, two silver and four bronze, with Malaysia third, Scotland fourth and Canada fifth.

You can check out the medal table here.

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Here’s today’s schedule

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Representing Team England in the 3m Springboard is Alicia Blagg and Kat Torrance. Both looking to add an individual medal to the silver they won in the 3m synchro

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Scotland’s Grace Reid is also in action

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Alicia Blagg opens her campaign with a Forward 2½ Somersaults 1 Twist for 66 points.

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Australian Maddison Keeney also gains 66 points for her opening effort

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Kat Torrance gets on the scoreboard with 56.7 points for her Inward 2½ Somersaults

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At the end of round 1 Alicia is in joint fourth, Kat in eighth and Grace in twelfth

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Slight over-rotation from Alicia in her Inward 2½ Somersaults gives her 55.5 points

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Big effort from Kat – a Forward 2½ Somersaults 1 Twist pike . Not quite as tight as she would have liked earning 52.50

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After two out of five dives, Alicia is sixth with 121.50 and Kat is seventh with 109.20

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Leading the field is Canadian Jennifer Abel on 148.50

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Third dive coming up from Alicia

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Alicia’s Forward 3½ Somersaults pike earned her 54.25 taking her total to 175.75

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Kat’s Forward 3½ Somersaults pike was slightly short earning 4.5’s from the judges

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This places Kat eighth with 151.05 with two rounds to go

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The Canadian’s and Australian’s are dominating this 3m springboard final.

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Alicia scores 40.5 with her Reverse 2½ Somersaults pike to take her to 216.25

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Big dive from the Australian Maddison Keeney – 79.05 for her Forward 3½ Somersaults pike

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Good dive from Kat in round 4

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72 points for her Reverse 2½ Somersaults pike taking her up to fifth

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One round to go and Kat sits in seventh, Grace Reid in eighth and Alicia in ninth

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And the ‘technical gremlins’ are back for the judges…

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So after a slight delay, we’re back in action with Australian Annabelle Smith

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The delay didn’t have an impact – an immaculate dive puts her into current first place

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Alicia finishes her Gold Coast campaign with a Inward 2½ Somersaults tuck

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A great final dive

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Alicia scores 66.15 to finish with 282.40

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Maddison Keeney goes to the top of board with 85.00 for her Forward 2½ Somersaults 2 Twists pike with 3.4 difficulty

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Not the final Grace would have wanted following her historic win in the 1m Springboard

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Grace scores 64.5 to give her 282.00 overall

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Good finish from Kat – 63.0 for her Back 2½ Somersaults pike

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Very tight at the top of the board

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Amazing final dive from Canadian Jennifer Abel puts her in the gold medal position

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And that’s it for the women’s diving competition at the Gold Coast

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Final standings – Gold to Canada’s Jennifer Abel (366.95), silver and bronze to Australian’s Maddison Keeney (366.55) and Annablle Smith (336.90)

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Katherine Torrance finishes in seventh with 286.05

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Alicia Blagg is eighth with 282.40

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And Scotland’s Grace Reid is ninth with 282.00

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Great effort from all the home nation divers.

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The final diving event of the competition – the men’s 10m Platform – features English divers Matthew Dixon, Matty Lee and Noah Williams

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The 10m Platform final starts at 12:07 BST

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Time for the men’s 10m Platform final!

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Team England are represented by Matty Dixon, Matthew Lee and Noah Williams

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There is other home nation representation from Scotland’s Lucas Thomson and Wales’ Aidan Heslop

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Matty opens his campaign with an Inward 3½ Somersaults tuck.

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He’s off the pace and scores 33.60

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Aidan executes a tremendous opening dive to score 81.60

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17-year old Noah opens with a terrific Inward 3½ Somersaults tuck

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He scores 81.60 to go joint second with Aidan

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Matthew’s opening dive is an Armstand Back 3 Somersaults tuck.

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A degree of difficulty of 3.3 he fractionally over rotated to earn 74.25

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At the end of round one, Noah is joint third, Matthew fifth and Matty twelth

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Matty Lee, struggling with a niggle in his right arm, gains 69.30 points for his second round Armstand Back 3 Somersaults tuck to gain

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Matty’s currently on 102.90 points

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Noah’s second dive is a Armstand Back Double Somersault 2½ Twists free

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Noah scores 46.80 for the 3.6 dive after slightly over twisting it

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Matthew storms to second place with his Inward 3½ Somersaults tuck dive scoring 75.20

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Here’s what Matthew Dixon and Noah Williams had to say to BBC’s Nick Hope after this morning’s prelims

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A powerful dive from Matty

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Hi Reverse 3½ Somersaults tuck scores 68.00 to give him 170.90

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Noah nails his Back 3½ Somersaults tuck dive scoring 77.55

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Matthew Dixon has an even better third round dive

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His Back 3½ Somersaults tuck scores 82.50 to go second with 231.95

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At the half way mark Matthew Dixon is second with 231.95, Noah Williams fourth with 205.95 and Matty Lee twelfth with 170.90

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Matty couldn’t quite control his Forward 4½ Somersaults tuck, scoring 40.70

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Noah’s fourth round dive was well off his best 39.00 for his Forward 3½ Somersaults pike

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Great dive from Matthew – 70.50 for his Forward 3½ Somersaults pike puts him in the silver medal position with 302.45

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Heading into round five, Matthew is second in 302.45, Noah ninth in 244.95 and Matty twelfth in 211.60

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Wales’ Aidan Heslop is fifth in 265.60 and Scotland’s Lucas Thomason seventh with 261.20

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Huge dive from 16-year-old Lucas – 79.20 for his Back 3½ Somersaults tuck

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Good effort from Matty with his Back 3½ Somersaults tuck.

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He’s struggling with his arm injury, but still scores 59.40 points

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Noah’s penultimate dive scores a fantastic 79.90

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A 3.4 degree of difficulty, his Reverse 3½ Somersaults tuck places him fifth

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Matthew nails his Reverse 3½ Somersaults tuck to go from silver to gold position with one dive to go

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His 79.90 dive gives him 382.35 with Domonic Bedggood second with 380.95

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Heading into the final round the medal positions are still wide open

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Great finish by Scotland’s Lucas Thomson. He finishes with 402.80 points

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After a difficult event, Matty finishes with 341.20 points after a good Back 2½ Somersaults 2½ Twists pike scores 70.20

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Aidan Heslop concludes his campaign with 395.95 points after another good dive

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Domonic Bedgood scores 70.20 for his Back 2½ Somersaults 2½ Twists pike

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He finishes with 451.15 – can Matthew hold on to regain the gold position?

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Noah Williams concludes his debut Commonwealth Games with a fantastic dive

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His Back 2½ Somersaults 2½ Twists pike scores 81.00

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This gives him a final score of 405.85

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So, where can Matthew Dixon finish?

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He needs over 68.9 for his Back 2½ Somersaults 1½ Twists pike to win the title

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And he can’t quite do it!

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67.20 leads him just short of Domonic’s 451.15 as he finishes 449.55

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Brilliant effort from Matthew! Very well deserved silver medal!

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Great effort from all the home nation divers:

2nd – Matthew Dixon
4th – Noah Williams
5th – Lucas Thomson
6th – Aidan Heslop
11th – Matty Lee

See the full results here

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