在拳擊手Sam Hickey和Sean Lazzerini在金牌賽中獲得名次後，蘇格蘭將在周日至少再贏得兩枚銀牌。
- 無 到目前為止，觀看蘇格蘭英聯邦運動會的每一塊獎牌
鄧迪中量級選手Hickey阻止了英格蘭選手Lewis Richardson，之後Barrhead輕量級選手Lazzerini以點數擊敗了坦桑尼亞的Yusuf Lucasi Changalawe。
克里斯蒂--她的緞帶上繡有 "勇敢的蘇格蘭 "字樣--在還剩下四個對手的情況下飆升至榜首。有一個人沒能趕上她。然後，第二個對手也失敗了。一枚獎牌屬於她。當第三個對手也落敗時，她的脖子上掛上了幾乎令人難以置信的銀牌。
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Rhythmic gymnast Louise Christie has claimed Scotland's 36th medal of Birmingham 2022 by earning silver in the women's ribbon final.
And Scotland will win at least two more silver medals on Sunday after boxers Sam Hickey and Sean Lazzerini earned places in gold-medal matches. • None Watch every Scottish Commonwealth Games medal so far
Dundee middleweight Hickey stopped England's Lewis Richardson, before Barrhead light-heavyweight Lazzerini did for Yusuf Lucasi Changalawe of Tanzania on points.
Matthew McHale (bantamweight), Reese Lynch (light-welterweight) and Tyler Jolly (welterweight) will attempt to emulate them later on Saturday.
Scotland have now claimed 36 medals - eight gold, nine silver, and 19 bronze.
That leaves them just eight shy of the total from Gold Coast four years ago, which was the highest return apart from Glasgow 2014 - with at least five boxing bronze medals already guaranteed at Birmingham 2022.
The word was that Christie's routine was going to be "a belter" and she didn't disappoint. It was part Scottish trad music, part Insomnia, part Sister Bliss but 100% magnificent.
And for a long time, it looked like it might just be enough to give Scotland an ninth gold of these Games and match the mark set in Australia last time round.
Christie - her ribbon embroidered with the words 'Scotland the Brave' - soared to the top of the standings with four rivals left to go. One failed to match her. Then a second faltered. A medal was hers. When a third came up short, too, a scarcely-believable silver was around her neck.
Could 16-year-old Ng deny her gold? The Malaysian - who had won gold in the ball earlier in the day - executed a high-tariff performance, which was reflected by how long the judges took to deliberate over her score. Years seemed to pass as everyone in the hushed area gawped at the scoreboard.
Cameras were trained on Christie and Ng. Then the result appeared. No gold, but it would be hard to argue this was anything other than a success given the Scot wasn't even born the last time one of her compatriots was even in one of these finals.