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Northern Ireland boxer Michaela Walsh says going for a Commonwealth Games gold on the same day as her brother Aidan is a “phenomenal achievement”.
Michaela Walsh won her featherweight semi-final shortly after Aidan’s light middleweight last four triumph.
Both will compete in their gold medal bouts on Sunday, along with 15 other boxers from the host countries.
English super-heavyweight Delicious Orie is among them after another dominant win in his semi-final.
Orie, who has been dubbed the ‘new Anthony Joshua’, capped off a successful day at Birmingham’s NEC Arena with a unanimous points win against New Zealand’s Leuila Mau’u.
The Russian-born, Wolverhampton-raised boxer, who learned his trade at Birmingham’s Jewelery Quarter Boxing Club, takes on India’s Sagar Sagar in the final bout of the Games (20:45 BST).
Another four from the homeland England – Demie-Jade Resztan (10:30), flyweight Kiaran MacDonald (10:45), lightweight Gemma Richardson (16:15) and heavyweight Lewis Williams (16:45) – also won their semi-finals to guarantee them at least one silver medal.
Aided by the success of the Walsh brothers, North Ireland surpassed this account as six of the country’s boxers will compete for gold.
Lightweight Amy Broadhurst takes on England’s Richardson, with lightweight Carly McNaull (2.30pm), Dylan Eggleson (2.45pm) and Jude Gallagher (7pm) also competing in their finals.
Olympic bronze medalist Aidan Walsh meets Mozambique’s Tiago Osorio Muxanga (3.45pm) before Michaela Walsh takes on Nigeria’s Elizabeth Oshoba (7.15pm)
“Obviously everyone here wants to win a gold medal, especially me, but now I’m the same as Aidan and it’s just one step at a time,” said Michaela, who won silver medals at Glasgow 2014 and the Gold Coast. 2018.
“Regardless of the result, I’m so proud to be in the Commonwealth Games final with my brother. Not many people can say that, so I’m so happy.
“Where we are now is an amazing achievement – obviously we want to go one step further but for now we’re just enjoying the wins we got tonight and tomorrow will be what it will be, but we’re ready.”
Scotland has three representatives in the gold medal matches through middleweight Sam Hickey, light heavyweight Sean Lazzerini and light heavyweight Reese Lynch.
The nation sent an eight-strong boxing team to the Games and finished with five medals after bantamweight Matthew McHale and Tyler Jolly had to settle for bronze after losing in the semi-finals.
Wales they also have three chances for gold after light middleweight Rosie Eccles, light heavyweight Taylor Bevan and welterweight Ioan Croft won on Saturday.
However, 20-year-old Croft’s twin brother Garan was one of three other Welsh fighters to lose and therefore took home bronze.