It is day three of the Commonwealth Games and The Women's Game to run through each event Australia's female athletes are participating in.
Georgia Goodwin has taken the silver medal in the Individual All-Round Final tonight with teammate Georgia-Rose Brown finishing in fourth by 0.150 of a point.
It went down to the wire with the last competitor of the match deciding the two Australian's fate as Brown was in the bronze medal position with Goodwin in the gold but it wasn't to be with Canadian Elsabeth Black posting the highest score in floor out of the 18 gymnasts.
Australia's pairing of Taliqua Clancy and Mariafe Artacho Del Solar have defeated Grenada 2-0 this afternoon.
Jessica Gallagher won't be able to add another silver medal to her Commonwealth Games collection after coming second in Women's B&VI 1000m TT Final.
Sophie Thornhill from England broke the World and Games record with a time of 1:04.623.
In the Women's 25km Points Race finals Australia has missed out on a medal with Amy Cure finishing in seventh, Georgia Baker finishing and Alexandra Manly in fourth, narrowly missing out on a medal.
Kaarle McCulloch has taken out the gold in the Women's 500m Time Trial with Steph Morton taking the silver.
Morton was in the gold medal position until McCulloch had her turn.
The Hockeyroos have won 5-0 against Ghana.
Karen Murphy will take to the lawn tonight in the quarterfinals of the Women's Singles against South African Colleen Piketh, who she defeated yesterday.
This morning she beat Catherine Beattie of Northern Ireland 21-17.
The Women's Fours narrowly defeated Malaysia for a spot in the quarterfinal before defeating them again in the quarterfinal for a spot in the semi tomorrow against Canada.
Unfortunately, Murphy is out of the women's singles with a 21-19 defeat.
Unfortunately, all the Australian women are out of medal contentions after Donna Urquhart was defeated by Sarah-Jane Perry from England.
Tamika Saxby has fallen 3-1 to Samantha Cornett of Canada tonight in the Women's Classic Plate.
Cate Campbell has taken out a Games Record on her way to another gold medal, this time in the 50m freestyle.
Sister Bronte Campbell finished in a dead heat with Taylor Ruck from Canada.
Kylie Masse has taken the gold and has re-broken the Games Record she set yesterday while Australian Emily Seebohm has a silver.
Maddie Groves, Cate Campbell and Holly Barratt are through to the final of the women's 50m butterfly tomorrow night.
Groves did a personal best and went fastest than Campbell in her semi.
McKeown and Wallace have missed out on a medal in the Women's 200m Breaststroke with Tatjana Schoenmaker from South Africa taking the gold, Molly Renshaw from England with the silver and Chloe Tutton with bronze.
Katerine Downie has the bronze medal in SM10 200m IM final with teammates Jasmine Greenwood and Paige Leonhardt finishing in fifth and fourth.
Australia whave defended their gold medal in the 4x200m freestyle relay.
In the first Paratriathlon to be held at a Commonwealth Games, Australia's Emily Tapp and Lauren Parker have snagged a silver and bronze.
Bronze medallist Lauren Parker with young fan Bridey. Bridey texted her on Instagram to say she was an inspiration and today, Bridey met her hero ❤️ #WeBelieve #GreaterTogether @CommGamesAUS @TriAustralia pic.twitter.com/tEKD9JfdEP— AUS Paralympic Team (@AUSParalympics) April 7, 2018
Seen Lee was unable to finish in the women's 63kg event after failing to lift in the snatch.
"I've definitely had better days than this," she said.
"Obviously I'm hugely disappointed, mainly because I feel like I've let the public down.
"I feel terrible."