Commonwealth Games Day 10: How it happened for the Aussies

7.47am: They've done it again. The never-say-die Australia's women's hockey team, the Hockeyroos, notched up a third consecutive Commonwealth gold after a nail-biting finish. Jodie Kenny levelled scores for Australia at 1-1 with only fifteen seconds remaining in the match before the Hockeyroos snatched a 3-1 from England on penalties.

Celebration time: the Hockeyroos jubilant after Madonna Blyth scores the winning goal. Photo: Getty Images

Celebration time: the Hockeyroos jubilant after Madonna Blyth scores the winning goal. Photo: Getty Images

6.38am: Joe Goodall, the first Australian to challenge for a Commonwealth Games super heavyweight gold, has been beaten by classy Englishman Joe Joyce in the final bout of the boxing tournament.

6.23am: They might have been outsized and outmuscled, but the Diamonds overcame Jamaica on Saturday and set up a Commonwealth Games netball final against New Zealand.

6.09am: In time, Shelley Watts may become to Australian boxing what Annette Kellerman was to swimming and Phyllis O’Donnell was to surfing: an original whose name will forever be linked with her sport’s professional origins. There have been other Australian female boxers of note, but there will never be another first Australian female gold medallist. Watts has that for good.

5.46am: It was a loss and silver medals for the Australian table tennis duo of Miao Miao and Jian Lay fell 11-5, 8-11, 11-8, 11-5 to Singapore's Tianwei Feng and Mengyu Yu in Saturday's gold medal match on the final day of table tennis competition at Glasgow's Scotstoun Sports Complex.

Miao Miao and Jian Fang Lay won a set in their gold medal match. Photo: James Brickwood

Miao Miao and Jian Fang Lay won a set in their gold medal match. Photo: James Brickwood

5.24am: Victorian southpaw Andrew Moloney has impressed everyone with his discipline and control in the ring and needed all of his smarts to take the flyweight gold medal after a torrid bout with Pakistan’s Muhammad Waseem.

Victorian mollydooker Andrew Maloney, a superb technician, won two of the three rounds. Photo: James Brickwood

Victorian mollydooker Andrew Maloney, a superb technician, won two of the three rounds. Photo: James Brickwood

5.07am: Canberra's Andrew Charter will chase his first Commonwealth Games gold medal late on Sunday (AEST) after the Kookaburras beat England in Saturday's semi-final.

Canberra's Andrew Charter is now the Kookaburra's No.1 shot-stopper. Photo: Grant Treeby

Canberra's Andrew Charter is now the Kookaburra's No.1 shot-stopper. Photo: Grant Treeby