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That afternoon and welcome back to Glasgow 2014 and the 20th

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Commonwealth Games. Great action this afternoon at the Hydro,

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world-class gymnastics again. Will England and Scotland win more Gold

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medals? Max Whitlock is winning so many medals! In the boxing, what a

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great afternoon. So many boxers are heading for medals at the SEC is

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the. We will go live to see Michaela Walsh taking gone an opponent from

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India in the flyweight. In the red corner. Pinki Rani is

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taking the corner. Lucy O'Connor, the former European featherweight

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Gold medallist is alongside me. These are the judges who will be

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presiding over this. Ladies and gentlemen, let's meet the boxers, in

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the red corner, representing Northern Ireland, Michaela Walsh!

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And in the blue corner, representing India, Pinki Rani!

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The referee is from Brazil. Mr Rosario. Four two minute rounds.

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The camera on an overhead shot. Michaela Walsh wearing red enjoys a

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considerable height advantage over Pinki Rani from India. Will she be

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able to put that advantage to good effect? The semifinal stage of the

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flyweight boxing tournament in Glasgow. Michaela Walsh. 20 years of

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age, this is her third tournament. Her third contest at this

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tournament. She competed in the first macro -- in the first women's

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about in this tournament and she has equipped herself well. A unanimous

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decision over her Jamaican opponent in the second fight. Pinki Rani had

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a comfortable win against her opponent from Papua New Guinea.

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Michaela Walsh making a good start and making use of that jab. She

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needs to keep Pinki Rani at the end of that jab. Pinki Rani tends to

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Russian and she comes back at the counter. She does not need to get

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involved, Pinki Rani is capable on the inside and she will throw

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bunches of shots if she gets the opportunity so a great start by

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Michaela Walsh. Pinki Rani is 24 years of age, 11th ranked in the

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world at 48 kilograms. That is not available at multisport tournaments.

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They have to make a choice of 51, 60, 65. Flyweight, lightweight,

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middleweight. So Pinki Rani, the smaller of the two, waiting to get

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inside. Great punching by Michaela Walsh and lateral movement. Pinki

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Rani hit her with a swift shot. She landed a beautiful right-hand Pinki

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Rani and she stumbled. That is a great one, two. Excellent

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performance and I think Michaela Walsh got that first round. The

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computer system used to be a feature of Olympic style boxing. Michaela

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Walsh making a bright start to this opening round. Off-balance likely

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and she got a jab from Pinki Rani as she stumbled into the corner that

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was one of the only times Pinki Rani got a clean shot, so great

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performance by Walsh. The judge is anything but unanimous. Two

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favouring the boxer from Northern Ireland and one favouring Pinki

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Rani. We move into the second round,

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scheduled for four, two minute rounds. This is flyweight division.

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The boxer in red, that is Northern Ireland's Michaela Walsh, one of

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nine Northern Ireland boxers through to this final fourth stage, all of

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them guaranteed medals. But will skyrocket the nation of the medals

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table. Pinki Rani has come out fast and she is trying to get inside the

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longer reach of Walsh with effective use of the feet. Pinki Rani -- three

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starting with the jab and she cannot let Pinki Rani inside her arms

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because she will these shots. Walsh using affective footwork to regain

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the centre -- effective. Back in the centre, great boxing from Walsh.

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14th ranked in the world at 54 kilograms. Great, nation punching

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the game. Great use of straight shots. -- combination.

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She has come down in weight for this Commonwealth Games tournament and

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she is acquitting herself well. One round away from a place in the

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final. The boxers and trying to add" is. -- entwines closely. She does

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not need to hold her feats like that to give Pinki Rani the opportunity

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to land her own shots. -- her feet. Effective jab again from Walsh, a

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right hand. Rate variety with that left-hand. -- great variety. Pinki

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Rani gets close on some occasions but generally taking a couple to

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land one. Good round of boxing from Walsh. I agree. She hits and moves.

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She hits and she does not get hit, she has proved that well in that

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round. Left hook landing, good clean

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combinations. Should have caught the eye of the judges. Lovely boxing and

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she skips out of range, preventing Pinki Rani from countering. It is

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split again. Michaela Walsh taking both of the opening rounds.

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So Round 3 gets underway. Two rounds completed and two to go in this 51

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kilograms flyweight semifinal. It is tied up. Michaela Walsh leads by two

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rounds. The scorecard of the third judge... Incredibly tight contest

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into the second half. Left-hand success from Pinki Rani. Walsh

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getting tied up with her own feet. Pinki Rani could not capitalise. She

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knows she will be behind for the first two rounds so she will have to

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take it to Michaela Walsh and attempt to push her back to the

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ropes, which she is trying to do. Walsh is still aching heart of the

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jab and tying her up nicely and not getting caught. A great left and

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right combination, effective from Pinki Rani. The distance is closing.

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That is where Pinki Rani wants the contest to be. Walsh not using that

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jab to its full extent. Pinki Rani can get objectively inside again.

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Better by Pinki Rani and what she needed to do. She well and least

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those shots inside and it convinces the judges she is dominant so Walsh

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needs to get back to those straight shots and she does not want a fight

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in the middle of the ring. Again with this ten point... That was a

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good right hand to the body for the boxer in blue. At some point, Walsh

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is going to have to turn and go forwards and force Pinki Rani going

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backwards to give the impression she is not exclusively on the back foot.

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Good right hand from Walsh to end that sequence. She does not want to

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be skipping around the ropes because the perception is that Pinki Rani is

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dominant and she will get the favour of the judges. Michaela Walsh needs

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to keep at the end of those shots and make it clear for the judges.

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Another close round. We can listen to the instructions.

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Very good. Pinki Rani has success. She does tend to swing around the

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corner. If Walsh can keep those straight shots, she will catch her

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first. Pinki Rani swinging with that rear hand and catching her green.

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-- clean. Walsh landing with her own straight shots. She needs to keep it

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at range and she will win this fight.

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Split again, so look at that. Pinki Rani trails on one card. Nothing in

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it going into this fourth and final round. Everything to fight for. A

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place in the final at state in the 51 kilograms flyweight division. --

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stake. The fourth and final round of this flyweight semifinal. Pinki Rani

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from India against Michaela Walsh of Northern Ireland, two top 20 boxers

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in their respective weight classes. They had to change those classes to

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compete in Glasgow. Pinki Rani coming forward. Perhaps a second

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shot to did get through. Good start again by Walsh, she needs to hold

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that centre. Pinki Rani will throw those punches and she needs to come

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away at the angle and keep it at the end of range and make it clear for

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the judges who is leading. Use of the jab again, that was a bit short

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from Walsh. We approach the midpoint of this fourth and final round. Good

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movement of the head by Pinki Rani, she got inside and was not able to

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score. Walsh skipping back to the centre, she needs to come back with

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a counter and move to the side and avoid getting caught. Into the final

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minute of a contest that is very tight and competitive. Success from

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both boxers. Walsh on her toes moving laterally, to great effect.

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Pinki Rani continues her pursuit. Working away affectively to the

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body, Michaela Walsh. Great use of her feet. She has to make Pinki Rani

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mess. She does fall into those shots in the later this goes on, the more

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she will fall into that. She needs to make her pay. Approaching the

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closing ten seconds. Walsh on her toes. More shots to the body.

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closing ten seconds. Walsh on her toes. More shots to the Walsh

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responding with a flurry to conclude this contest. Eye-catching finish,

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that can often influence the judges and make the judges think they were

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more dominant. What an encounter and expect nothing less when a place in

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a gold-medal fight is at stake. Michaela Walsh made good use of

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movement, how will the Georges -- how will the judges scoring? Pinki

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Rani remained committed, she had moments of success as well. So we

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will go to the scorecard. Pinki Rani so dangerous in range but Michaela

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Walsh did skip to the side. She may be spent that last round negatively

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on the ropes. We will have to see how the judges see this final round.

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Instructions from the coaches. Punch and move. Walsh carried that out.

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How will the judges interpret that final two minute session of boxing?

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A place in the gold-medal fight is at stake for both these boxers who

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came here knowing they have at least a boxing bronze medal, but they are

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looking for more than that, they want a contest that final tomorrow.

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the contest in their mind. Here is the official announcement.

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We have a split decision, in favour of the winner, and going through to

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the final, in the red corner from Northern Ireland!

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Michaela Walsh will box for Commonwealth Games gold tomorrow in

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the final of the 51 kilograms flyweight tournament. A split

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decision when over Pinki Rani from India. A case for the camera and an

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embrace for her coach. A really competitive display and you would

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expect nothing less. This was the moment of cough mission that

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Michaela Walsh, 20, has won more bout in the Commonwealth Games

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boxing tournament. She has extended her stay and will box for a gold

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medal tomorrow. Nothing less than a solver medal. In her mind, Mission

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not yet accomplished. She wants nothing less than Championship

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gold. A brilliant display. Absolute delight.

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It was a long time before they announced the results.

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I felt she had the first round, the second round I only started getting

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into it. She is a brilliant goal. She beat the five times world

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champion. I knew it was going to be a tough fight.

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You shouldn't be reading that on the morning of a fight!

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I saw it on Twitter but it pushed me on.

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It will be a dream come true, the final.

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You were the first person in for the Northern Ireland team, you have got

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everyone off to a good start. I hope everyone can perform. I

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believe we can get nine into the final.

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Many congratulations. Next into the ring is Nicola Adams. Well done

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today. We are waiting for... Here she is,

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Nicola Adams. Nicola Adams, soaking up the

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applause, soaking up the atmosphere here. Making her way to the boxing

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ring, fans of all ages in the crowd. Not only is she a superb athlete and

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wonderful boxer. She really does give the impression of someone who

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enjoys entertaining. Producing her best on the biggest stages of all,

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she did that in London two years ago, and here at the Commonwealth

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Games, she has received the applause of the crowd once again.

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Here are the introductions. It is time to meet the boxers,

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representing Canada, Mandy Bujold. And, in the blue corner,

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representing England, Nicola Adams! And here is our referee,

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representing Italy. Four two minute rounds.

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Referee brings the two boxers together, every team they will have

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gone through many times before. This is for a case in the Commonwealth

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Games gold medal bout. -- a place. We are under way. The

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women's flyweight division, the boxer wearing blue, immediately onto

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the front foot. Nicola Adams of England. Part of an eight strong

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England squad. The reigning world number one. Her opponent wearing red

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is Mandy Bujold of Canada, 27. In this tournament, a hugely

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experienced figure. The reigning Pan Am games champion from 2011.

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Effective works to the body from Adams.

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Adams will know that Bujold is a counter boxer, waiting for Adams to

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commit. Adams need to close her down to the ropes.

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Adjusting the head guard. The strapping has come undone. Once the

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referee is happy, the contest will resume as we approach the midpoint

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of this opening round. Adams, using that left jab as a

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range finder. Finding the angle, catching her with

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the left hand. It is about perception here. If you are on the

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front foot and appear to be dominating, you have a good chance

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of catching the judge's I. -- eye. Part of a seven strong Canadian

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squad, five men and two women. Five successive national titles. She is

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the reigning national champion. Taking titles from 2009. The referee

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almost copped one in the chest and didn't seem to like it, a ticking

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off for Mandy Bujold! We approach the bow of this opening

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round. There is the Bell.

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I suspect it is Nicola Adams who will take the opening round, more

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variety, landing more. Combinations, two out of the three

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landing. Bujold adopting a negative posture, skipping around the ropes

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which does not help on your scoring. All three judges, as we

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suspect, have favoured Nicola Adams in that first round.

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We move into the second band, Nicola Adams took the opener in the

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unanimous fashion. Her coach saying, it is time to move up a gear. A

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beautiful lead right hand followed by a left jab, turning southpaw is

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Adams. Mandy Bujold hasn't got to grips with the speed, range or

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movement being presented by Adams at this point in the bout.

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Adams is so resourceful, she can box southpaw, she can box or movement

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being presented by Adams at this point in the bout. Adams is so

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resourceful, she can box southpaw, she can box orthodox, straight arms.

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She needs to make her pay as she did. A great right hook.

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The second contest for Mandy Bujold, she received a bye in the opening

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round. An impressive winner over Christie Harris of Australia.

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Bujold circling with that left hand. Adams does not need to be in a

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clinch but back at range. We are beyond the midpoint of this

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second round. The boxers falling short with their straight shots. The

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shot from Adams appeared to stray below the belt line, the referee

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instructing her to keep the punch up. A good right hand over the top.

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Nicola Adams given a talking to, punching on the break. Left jab was

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effective from Bujold but Adams appears the pursuer. A counter right

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hand before ducking out of the way. Another exchange. A clean left Hook

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landed by Adams. Very similar to the opening. A little more scrappy.

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Adams appearing to have the better of the exchanges.

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A jab finishing off that combination. Court beautifully with

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the rear hand but Bujold finished the exchange with her own right

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hook. Both boxers enjoying some success. Closer than the first.

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We move into the third round. Two rounds completed in this semifinal

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will stop both of these boxes are guaranteed a medal from this

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inaugural women's boxing, position at the Commonwealth Games. Michaela

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Walsh from Northern Ireland has booked a place in the final. Victor

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from this bout will meet the woman from Ireland tomorrow.

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Adams need to make use of her footwork. She has a wonderful little

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half step. She needs to force Bujold to fall short and come back with a

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counter. In a scrappy fight, it is difficult for the judges to decide.

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The left hook from Bujold. And onto the back foot, Adams remains in

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pursuit. They tumbled to the canvas. An untidy tangle.

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Bujold, content to box on the back foot. Very scrappy now. Deep into

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this third round. Adams, continuing to cut off the ring and walk down

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her opponent. Another exchange by the red corner.

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Adams needs to keep it at range. And punish her on the back foot. A

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better shot, she goes after and finishes on another tremendous right

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hook. A really profitable punch. A beauty,

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a step to the right, a thunderous right cross. What an end to the

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round for Nicola Adams. Will that be enough to tilt what was a scrappy

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round, in her favour? Repeated right-hand success in the closing

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stages. A lovely rear hook. Knocking the

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head back. And again. It is clear for the judges to see. In a round

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which was pretty scrappy. It might take it in Adams's favour.

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One George -- judge scoring it 10-8. We move into the fourth and final

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round of this 51 kilograms flyweight semifinal, both boxers will be aware

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of the state of the contest coming into this final session. Will it

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elicit a change in tactics from Mandy Bujold, inbred, representing

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Canada, trailing in the contest. Can she told about in her favour? Nicola

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Adams commanding centre ring, no discernible change in tactics from

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Bujold. These are two minute rounds. Bujold is caught in a difficult

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position, she will know her opponent is age menders counter boxer. She

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needs to apply pressure but will also note she will be playing into

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her hands. That right hand once more. The

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orthodox stance, quick as a flash, catching Bujold with repeated

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effect. round, beyond the midway point.

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Nicola Adams enjoying an advantage. Spain Micro has not done enough to

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this point -- Bujold has not done enough to change this around. It has

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been good so far from the Canadian national champion. Adams just needs

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to keep it at range. Counter boxing of the front foot. She has to be

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careful not to overcommit herself into big court -- and to be caught

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by Bujold. (1 by Adams. What a left-hand! -- jab I Adams. Raising

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her right arm in celebration, justified because she has surely got

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a place in the gold-medal round? She led into the fourth round. Bujold

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could not implement a successful change into six, no increase in pace

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from the Canadian so surely Michael Adams as secured her place in the

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gold-medal round in this inaugural event for women at the Commonwealth

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Games. Difficult to see how Bujold could have taken that round. Nicola

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Adams did well, she forced her to miss. Bujold tried to launch forward

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but Adams catches her on the counter, very good performance once

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again by Michael Adams. Ladies and gentlemen, we have the

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totals. Unanimous decision and through to the final, in the blue

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corner, Nicola Adams! So the flags waved in celebration

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with the cross of St George because Michael Adams is through to the

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gold-medal round in the women's 51 kilograms women's flyweight

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division. Acknowledging all sides of the SEC is the arena here. -- the S

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ECC. A confident display which has been more than enough. Nicola Adams

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is through and Bujold will have to settle for the bronze, as well Pinki

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Rani but there names will forever be in Commonwealth history. Michael

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Adams wants to make her history here in this first boxing tournament

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golden. Well done, Yorkshire. And it is

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Yorkshire Day today. Every day is Yorkshire day when I am about!

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A lot of support, they friends? No, these of fans. I am really grateful

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for the support. I am looking forward to tomorrow, I am excited.

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What did you make of that? At halfway, it was in the balance, but

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the second half was you. She was hard to figure out, getting my range

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and finding my distance, but once I found my timing, I started scoring

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points. What do you think about the fight tomorrow? It will be a

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cracking fight and a really good final. I want to make sure everybody

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is there, the Rumble in the jungle starts tomorrow, make sure you are

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there! Well done, congratulations. Great work from Michael Adams and

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what a final. Is going to be. We will be there, do not worry. -- what

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a final that is going to be. People are asking why their women are

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wearing headgear and not the men. For the first time ever, the medics

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and the authorities in boxing have decided men can go without headgear

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at this, most Games because there is more of a chance of them getting

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concussion. Thank you for your questions. This is what we have this

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afternoon. A great afternoon of boxing. Reece McFadden has won a

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number of fans, the Scottish fighter. Michael Conlan of Northern

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Ireland will face the defending champion, Sean McGoldrick of Wales.

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Great afternoon ahead. And big news regarding the super heavyweight

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decision. Joe Joyce, he was supposed to fight his opponent from Uganda

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today but the Ugandan has failed a medical so Joyce is through to the

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weekend's final. He will face the Nigerian or the Australian for Gold.

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That is the latest boxing News, do not worry if you think you will miss

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the boxing because when we go back to BBC One, we will bring the best

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action live from here. In the meantime, we will go to the Emirates

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Arena for the badminton in the quarterfinals. It is the women's

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singles. Scotland's Kirsty Gilmour takes on sixth seed from New Zealand

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Michelle Chan. In Sarah Walker will also be playing. We will take you

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there life. Kirsty was then great form yesterday, can she continue her

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march towards the semifinals? -- was in. We can join our commentary

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teams. The game is physical. That hit the

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top of the net and it fell back on the side of New Zealand. So the

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question is, she has to find a way to differentiate herself, but how?

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Should she attack more than normal. How do you see that happening Mr

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Mark that is the big question. If I was Michelle Chan, it would be

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around the net. And so far, Kirsty Gilmour has played better from that

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position so she has to find ways. She should try to pin Kirsty Gilmour

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on the baseline because she might not win. So she is starting to make

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mistakes. So you can go in and counter attack, so she has to be

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very patient. She has to hope that Gilmour is opening up first, we will

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have to see. That was just wide. It did seem as if it was a perfect

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start for Gilmour. I think it was interesting to see

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the toss of the coin, Gilmour at it. And as usual, she wanted a good

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start. Dash-macro 11 it. She is playing on the slow side and she

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loves that. So she is definitely going for it.

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Gilmour looks towards the umpire and there is not an overrule. That

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looked... It caught the outside edge of the line.

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She immediately raises her hand and apology. -- in apology.

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That has gone wide. Both these nations, Scotland and New Zealand,

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have only won one medal in, month Games in the women's singles

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discipline. -- Commonwealth Games. 2006 in Melbourne, Susan Hughes.

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That is well worked, that is what you were talking about. Yes, the way

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that Michelle Chan is keeping a lot of her shots straight. That is good

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because she is not opening up the court and she's staying in control.

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She was quick forward to see that opportunity. The Scottish

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coaches... That was loose on the backhand. Michelle Chan got fooled

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by the fact Gilmour was able to play that I can shot all the way across

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court, and that was good, that was strong. That is one of her

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strengths, she is a strong person. I am sure that was one of the corners

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Chan never expected. What a shot again! Played back

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nicely. Just long. What a great rally!

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Again, Gilmour is not convinced by the line call. It is hard to see

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from up here. It was a good call. A very good call. That is just long.

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She wants to ask for Hawk-eye! Gilmour is good here, maintaining

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her lead. She was 6-3 up and now 10-6.

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What a great rally! And to the interval. Gilmour with a 5-point

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advantage. When you started, you played very

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well. You set up a rally, be patient. Bring the shot to the net

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to finish off. You are winning from the net. The shuttlecock is much

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slower, especially after long rallies and it does not penetrate

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very easily... That is our time up but in a couple

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of seconds, we will be back on BBC One with further action from the

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2014 Commonwealth Games and we will link you the best of this match. And

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the sports are available on the website. -- when due. Coverage on

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BBC Radio 5 Live, goodbye for now.

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Jason Mohammad presents live coverage of day nine of the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

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