BBC Two: Day 3: 22:10 - 22:30 Commonwealth Games


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Hello, welcome back to Glasgow at the 20th Commonwealth Games and

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plenty of live sport is still going on. Red button for Ken you against

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South Africa in the rugby sevens. Boxing and badminton. On BBC Two we

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will go to a game that was played earlier in the rugby sevens between

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Scotland and Canada. Scott Hastings and Andy Moore are your

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commentators. COMMENTATOR Scotland will have the

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kick-off. They are playing in blue against Canada, in white. A great

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take by Harry Jones. Recycled. Sean juke. Going out wide. A real tussle

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on that far side with Scotland now. Moonlighting. Canada with that early

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exchange. And we can see the contact area is so key. He says that he was

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holding onto the ball. Colin Gregor is quite happy to slow things down

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for Scotland. Incidentally, there is a full tribute of him on the station

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wall. I saw it the other day and it is absolutely enormous. Grant taking

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root one for Scotland. Scott White, Gregor. A little show of the ball. A

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tackle here by Canada's Sean Juke. Richie Burnett on. Getting trapped

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in a number of players in that far side. They will have two stretch

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this Canadian defence. Canada are very good. Wraparound play. This is

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Lee Jones. A good pick-up by Jones. Good work on the wraparound. I

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really like the look of this team. They have grown in confidence as

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this tournament has gone on. A tackle coming in here! It was almost

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away. A superb tap tackle high, trainer. Still on the attack. Lee

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Jones. Lee Jones for the opening score. That is raising the roof at

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Ibrox. Jones went over but go back a step and Batman, number five, Colin

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Gregor, what a fantastic pass. -- can this man. Just drifting the ball

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out inside. In on the inside. Moonlighting. Left stranded. Covered

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for the corner. Jones coming inside. On his right foot. The opening score

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and the game, much to the delight of the crowd and Gregor has got the

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opportunity to add to the lead. Colin Gregor, the Scotland all time

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points scorer in the IRB, in the sevens World Series, he has added

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the additional two points. It is first blood here for Scotland. These

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teams met in the semifinal of the sevens back in April. Only three

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points separating the teams. Canada winning on that occasion 10-7.

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Scotland on the attack. Lee Jones, the try scorer. He is up in support.

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It is a great atmosphere. The crowd are willing every move by the

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Scottish team. Nick Bryant with a loud blast of the referee whistle.

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Scotland penalised for playing it on the ground. This will take a little

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bit of edge out of this game. What often happens in sevens rugby is

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that the flow of the game, the momentum can just switch in an

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absolute second. Defence turns to attack and attack turns to defence.

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Do I note a hint of excitement? I love my sevens. The game of course

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was invented here. Winning the line-out ball from the Canadian

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throw, Scotland. This is Bennet. Bennett is up against the excellent

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Sean Juke. He is a strong runner. Growing in confidence as the

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tournament is going on. And talking about strong runners, Grant taking

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it up the middle. John moonlight with excellent technique here. --

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Moonlight. He gets the support. A good tackle by Colin Gregor. The

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defence has got to be goodbye Scotland. The first real opportunity

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from Canada. -- has got to be good for Scotland. Dumped to the ground.

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Juke stepping back in. Colin Gregor comes for the tackle. Advantage

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being played. Scotland pushed offside. Great retention by Canada.

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Just spilling the ball. Harry Jones wanted to get the momentum back into

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the attack for Canada. Concentration from the Scottish players. It is

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excellent at the moment. Canada have got the ball. They are keeping their

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shape. Colin Gregor, the captain, snapping at their heels, calling the

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shots, organising it. The eyes and ears of the team at the moment.

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Harry Jones here. He miss read the play, Juke. It was a loose pass. One

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here for Canada. That is a try. Power and pace here. He might well

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have got that down despite the best efforts of the opposition. Yes,

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confirmation from the officials. And here we can see, I think it was a

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mix-up in play but how many times do you see that, a bouncing ball?

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Sometimes the defenders standing off. He tries his best. Over the

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touchline. Canada did exceptionally well. Power and strength. Slipped

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over in the corner. He has won nine caps for the Canadian side. The

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conversion has been missed. I have mentioned that these teams have

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played each other this season on four occasions. Three times, Canada

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winning and only once have Scotland, and the average

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differential winning margin is 4.25. At the moment the deferential

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is less than that. Just a couple of points. There is an opportunity.

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Vernon goes in under the post. What a killer blow. Ten seconds on the

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clock. Burnham scores. Scotland take one back and extend the lead. --

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Vernon. It was a slightly flatter kick from the restart. Straight

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through to Vernon. And when he got into his ears, a good effort with

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the left hand. -- got into his stride. He did emerge at the end of

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the sticks. Extras added again by Gregor. So, the crowd just take a

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little bit of a breather. The excitement, you could cut it with a

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knife around this famous Ibrox Stadium. Half-time score, Scotland

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leading with a couple of converted tries. 14-5. One converted --

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unconverted by Canada. Who is going to get through for the last

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remaining spot? Will Scotland hold onto the lead? Can Canada come back?

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Momentum is certainly with Scotland. Canada straight out of the blocks

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for this second half. As you said, sometimes it is about just stopping

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that momentum. I think Gregor will say that he probably got away with

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that one. A great kick in the end and the result is fantastic.

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Probably, I think he was very fortunate. He knows his game inside

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out, he really does. Every single team had a captain's round yesterday

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and the one team that had what we call a blow out was Scotland. They

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knew the intensity they would have to play at here. This is Mark

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Bennett. Jones. Then it gets the workaround. Can he get the corner?

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Juke has got it. Mark Bennett going for the corner first of all instead

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of going for the hit step. Yes but you have to credit him for getting

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across. This is good sevens from either team. This tie is very much

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in the balance. Canada will have to get on the scoreboard next if they

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are to challenge this Scottish door. -- scoreline.

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Nathan, he will have the throw. It is a pressure throw where they are,

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Scotland. Oh, early jumpers catching, the try will not be

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allowed. John moonlight called it for himself. -- Moonlight.

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Richard Vernon, the try scorer for Scotland. Lee Jones coming back very

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well. Colin Gregor, playing the sweeper role. He always looks so

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assured. Like he has got plenty of time. On the counterattack. Grant!

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Grant does not have the legs to go in at the corner. Recycled

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possession. On the try and mountains. Has scored! Surely

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Scotland now into the quarterfinals. -- on the try and

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Bennet has scored. He only knows one way and that is forward. Retaining

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possession. And a lovely step. Here we see Grant. He has tied up a

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couple of defenders. Moonlight coming up. Stepped off the left

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foot. And then it over for the try. And -- and then Bennett over for the

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try. Which you would hope would take Scotland through. And he has slotted

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the extras. Colin Gregor has slotted eight conversions against Barbados.

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One against New Zealand. And he has got three here. Canada can still get

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back into this tie. But they will have to do something quick. Three

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and a half minutes. Plenty of time still. Douglas. Brought down.

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Scotland will just play the clock. He will stick that into the main

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stand at Ibrox, surely. He knows very well that at this moment the

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clock is your friend. Just eating up the seconds. Just checking where the

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mark was. Oh... Was that a little bit greedy? A bit of a mistake by

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Gregor. Possibly the first mistake that he has made. Just looking at

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the clock. Canada have got to score three times. I have seen it done

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before. 90 seconds. It is possible. It was a loose pass. Canada take the

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ball away. Coming off the bench, this man. This time, I think you

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will see that Colin Gregor will make his touch. Great play. Great steel

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by, sure. Opportunity. -- great stealing. Here is Stuart Hall. A

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great play on that far side from the Canadian player, Justin Douglas. At

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sprinting Stuart Hogg. -- he has outsprinted Stuart Hogg. Stepping

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back into the tackle. Moonlight, the Canadian skipper. Justin Douglas.

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Justin Douglas, an experienced campaigner. He has played in 11

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events on the IRB circuit, scoring 12 tries. He has got plenty of is

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pace. -- plenty of pace. Harry Jones is on that far outside. Scotland

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have got numbers back. Great defensive work. Scott White having

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to meet the tackle. And Scotland will be through to the

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quarterfinal, to the knockout stages here at Ibrox. Big play from Lamont.

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Scott Waddell comes off. Just making a couple of changes. They are really

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pumped. They have played well. Scotland had a real opportunity to

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take New Zealand early on. New Zealand just took that game by 17

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points to 14. 21 points -5 the scoreline at the moment. And they

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will play either South Africa or Kenya in the quarterfinals. South

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Africa and Kenya have still to play each other. That will be coming up.

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So if you are at home stay with us for all the action here at Ibrox.

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Moonlight. Symptomatic perhaps of the frustration. Full-time, says the

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referee. And the crowd are standing in Ibrox. 50,000 supporters.

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Cheering going around this wonderful arena. And the respect between these

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teams. But it is in Scotland who have come away with the victory.

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Fabulous performance from Scotland and a great atmosphere. This is how

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the quarterfinal line-up looks. New Zealand will play against Kenya.

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South Africa have beaten Kenya by 20-nil. South Africa now face

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Scotland. Those matches are from midday tomorrow on BBC Three.

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Tomorrow is also the first day of the athletics which gets underway

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with the men's and women's marathon bright and early tomorrow. Before

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that Clare Balding and Mark Chapman will be on BBC One with a fun packed

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look back at all the best bits of the day. Earlier this evening

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19-year-old Adam Peaty took a memorable goals with the new

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Commonwealth Games record in the 100 metres breaststroke. Ross Murdoch

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took the bronze. What a wonderful night. A wonderful moment for Adam.

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Well played, young man. A big future lies ahead of him.

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And look at the medals table. Making interesting reading. Australia and

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England now have 17 gold medal. Scotland got four gold medals today,

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their best ever tally in the Commonwealth Games, it equals that.

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That is all from us at BBC Two. I hope you will join us tomorrow to

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find out who will be in sevens heaven.

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