Netherthong gymnast Erin McLachlan was not in the medal placings as hosts Scotland failed to make the top three in the Commonwealth Games team gymnastics.
The 16-year-old Honley High student was placed 35th in the overall rankings, but will now look to the individual events taged over the rest of the week.
England’s men and women secured gold as Scotland’s men claimed their first Commonwealth Games team gymnastics medal by taking silver in Glasgow.
The five-man English team of Sam Oldham, Louis Smith, Kristian Thomas, Max Whitlock and Nile Wilson scored a total of 266.804 to sit in top spot after Tuesday’s afternoon session, with the gold medal confirmed at the end of the competition.
Scotland’s five of Frank Baines, Adam Cox, Liam Davie, Dan Keatings and Dan Purvis landed the historic silver with a total of 257.603, with Canada claiming bronze with 252.078.
England’s women also tasted victory after they amassed a total of 167.555 to see off the challenge of Australia and Canada who finished in second and fourth place as Wales claimed bronze.
Becky Downie, Hannah Whelan, Ruby Harrold, Claudia Fragapane and Kelly Simm matched the achievements of England’s men with an all-round strong performance over the two days of the team competition at the Hydro.
It is the first time since the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester that England have won team gold and the men did so with one man down after Oldham suffered a dislocated ankle on the first piece of apparatus on day two.
Glasgow 2014 is now Scotland’s most successful Commonwealth Games after Jen McIntosh took silver in the women’s 50 metres rifle three positions.
Team Scotland passed their record for gold medals on Monday – winning 13 compared to the 11 picked up in 2006 in Melbourne – and on Tuesday moved ahead of the 33 medals won in Edinburgh in 1986.
McIntosh’s silver last night, along with another silver soon afterwards in the men’s gymnastics team event, took the hosts’ tally to 13 golds, 10 silvers and 12 bronzes – a total of 35 with more than five days of action still remaining.
English teenager Ben Proud claimed his second swimming gold medal of the Commonwealth Games after edging out a strong Australian challenge in the 50 metres freestyle final.
The 19-year-old came home in 21.92 seconds – eight hundredths of a second in front of Cameron McEvoy, whose team-mate James Magnussen took bronze.
Proud had already won the 50m butterfly as well as a 100m freestyle relay bronze at Glasgow 2014.
Emma Pooley admitted it is the “worst time to be leaving women’s cycling”, with the sport in improving health, but the Olympic silver medallist is ready for the new challenge of long-distance triathlon.
The 31-year-old, who won Olympic road time-trial silver in Beijing in 2008 after playing a key role in helping Nicole Cooke claim road race gold, will retire after competing in tomorrow’s time-trial and Sunday’s road race for England.
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