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Tuesday, 29 October, 2002, 17:27 GMT


Golden joy for English duo
David Dolan wins super-heavyweight gold while Darren Barker is also triumphant.

Arthur wins Welsh gold
Jamie Arthur claims Wales' first boxing gold at the Commonwealth Games since 1958.

England dominate finals
Victories for Darren Langley and Steven Birch gives England five finalists in the boxing finals.

Agong back in action
Ugandan boxing judge David Agong is reinstated after a four-day suspension.

Dolan beats unlucky Evans
David Dolan joins fellow English fighters Paul Smith and Darren Baker in winning their Commonwealth semi-finals.

Home fighters on glory trail
Light-flyweight Darran Langley and Steven Birch are among English boxers guaranteed to claim Commonwealth Games medals.

Banned judge demands apology
The Ugandan judge suspended at the Commonwealth Games wants an apology from amateur boxing's world chief.

Smith earns McEwan semi
Light-middleweights Paul Smith and Craig McEwan set up an all-UK semi-final but other Britons suffer defeat.

Weary judges feeling the strain
BBC Sport Online finds boxing officials far from happy with the scoring system being employed in Manchester.

English trio claim medals
England's Mark Moran, Andy Morris and Darren Barker all are guaranteed medals as is Welsh boxer Jamie Arthur.

Holder Fry bows out
Commonwealth light-heavyweight holder Courtney Fry loses but three UK fighters are assured of bronze medals.

Injury ends Haye's golden dream
English heavyweight gold medal prospect David Haye is out of the Games after suffering a bicep injury.

Bell raises England spirits
England captain Steven Bell makes progress in the featherweight competition and plays down the absence of David Hay.

Edwards edged out
Welsh bantamweight Darren Edwards' medal hopes are ended by South Africa's Ludomo Galada.

Msutu mauls Marsh
England suffer a first boxing defeat as Matthew Marsh is knocked out by South Africa's Nzimeni Msutu

O'Hara denies bite attack
Northern Ireland featherweight Kevin O'Hara insists he didn't bite Welshman Peter Ashton in Friday's contest.

Lindsay and Moran progress
Northern Ireland's Martin Lindsay and England's Mark Moran set up an all-UK bantamweight quarter-final.

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