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WATCH: Stoke's Jazmin Sawyers leaps to Silver in Glasgow

Jazmin Sawyers was ecstatic after winning a surprise Silver medal in the women's long-jump at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow last night.

The 20-year-old from Staffordshire jumped a brilliant 6.54m - just 2cm away from Gold - in Thursday's final.

Watch her soaking up the atmosphere in Glasgow's Hampden Park, before jumping and then celebrating with her coach, here:

WATCH: Inspiring scenes as Birmingham man bowls with his feet to secure Bronze

Bob Love, from Birmingham, has won a Commonwealth Bronze medal in the open triples lawn bowls event, which features para-athletes with a range of disabilities.

60-year-old Bob, who was born without arms, uses his feet to bowl and was part of a three-man team which beat Scotland 16-12 to secure third-place earlier this afternoon.

Watch his remarkable technique and skill here, as he helps to send England on their way to victory:

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WATCH: Notts girl swings her way to gymnastics Gold

Nottingham's Rebecca Downie has secured a Gold medal in the women's uneven bars final at the Commonwealth Games.

After setting the score to beat - with a mark of 14.666 - the 22-year-old from Hucknall had to endure an agonising wait until England teammate Ruby Harrold went up last...

But the score stayed out of reach and Becky took home her second Gold of the games - after helping England to victory in the team event - with this fantastic performance:

WATCH: Smith bags a Bronze in pommel horse final

Louis Smith has won a Bronze medal in the final of the men's pommel horse event at the Commonwealth Games.

The Peterborough gymnast was back on the big stage again for the first time since announcing his retirement from the sport after the London 2012 Olympics...

And fans of the 25-year-old will be happy to hear that he plans to resurrect his career full-time, after proving to himself he was capable of medalling at such a big event having not trained until recently.

Watch Louis' fantastic performance - and see him receive his medal alongside Scotland's Daniel Keatings (Gold) and England teammate Max Whitlock (Silver) - here:

Birmingham boxer to go head-to-head with rival ahead of fight

Frankie Gavin fights Sacky Shikukutu earlier this year
Frankie Gavin fights Sacky Shikukutu earlier this year Credit: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Frankie Gavin, the current British and Commonwealth Welterweight Boxing Champion from Birmingham, will meet his rival head-to-head later ahead of their fight on Friday in Wolverhampton.

Gavin is taking on Leonard Bundu for the European Welterweight Championship.

Nottingham's Sharman wins silver in 110m hurdles

William Sharman running in the heat earlier today
William Sharman running in the heat earlier today Credit: David Davies/PA Wire/Press Association Images

The Nottingham sprinter, William Sharman, narrowly missed out on gold in the men's 110m hurdles at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

He came second to Jamaica's Andrew Riley, after a slight mistake at the 8th hurdle cost him some time.

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England's Povey claims bronze in shooting event

England's Caroline Povey has claimed bronze in the women's trap after her teammate and medal hopeful Charlotte Kerwood failed to qualify for the final.

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MEDAL: BRONZE for England's Caroline Povey in the Women's Trap. @glasgow2014

Povey, 34, qualified for the bronze-medal match in third place - two targets ahead of New Zealand's Natalie Rooney,

Both shooters nailed 12 clays out of 15 to force another sudden-death shoot-off - this time Rooney missed her second clay to hand Pavey the medal.

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