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Northern Ireland boxer Michael La Walsh said winning the Commonwealth Games gold medal on the same day as her brother Aidan was an “extraordinary achievement”.
Michaela Walsh won her lightweight semifinal shortly after Aidan won the light welterweight semifinal.
Both will join 15 other fighters from their countries in Sunday’s gold medal fight.
England super heavyweight Delicious Ollie was among them after another dominant victory in the semifinals.
Orie, dubbed “The New Anthony Joshua”, ended a successful day at the NEC Arena in Birmingham, beating New Zealand’s Leuila Mau’u unanimously.
The Russian-born, Wolverhampton-raised boxer learned his craft at Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter Boxing Club to face India in the final round of the Olympics (20:45 BST) Sagar Sagar.
The other four are from their own country U.K. – Minimum heavyweight Demi-Jed Rezstein (10:30), flyweight Kieran McDonald (10:45), lightweight Gemma Richardson (16:15) and Heavyweight Lewis Williams (16:45) – Also won the semifinals to guarantee them at least a silver medal.
With the successful help of the Walsh brothers, Northern Ireland topping the list Six boxers from across the country will compete for the gold medal.
Flyweight Amy Broadhurst takes on England’s Richardson, flyweight Carly McNauer (14:30), bantamweight Dylan Igerson (14:45) and Featherweight Jude Gallagher (19:00) also competes in the final.
Olympic bronze medalist Aidan Walsh meets Mozambique’s Tiago Osorio Muxanga (15:45), followed by Michaela Walsh Facing Nigeria’s Elizabeth Oshoba (19:15)
“Obviously everyone here wants to win gold, especially me, but I’m like Aidan now, one step at a time,” said Michael La, who won silver in Glasgow in 2014 and Gold Coast in 2018.
“Regardless of the result, I’m proud to be in the Commonwealth Games final with my brother. Not many people can say that, so I’m very happy.
“The position we’re in now is an amazing achievement – obviously we want to take it a step further, but for now we’re just enjoying what we’re going to get tonight and tomorrow, but we’re ready.”
Scotland There are three representatives in the gold bout, middleweight Sam Hickey, lightweight Sean Lazzellini and light middleweight Reece Lynch.
After bantamweight Matthew McHale and welterweight Tyler Jolly had to accept bronze medals after losing the semifinals, the country sent a boxing team of eight The team competed in the Olympics and won five medals.
Wales There are also three chances for gold following wins at flyweight welterweight Rosie Eccles, flyweight Taylor Bevin and welterweight Iron Croft on Saturday.
However, Croft’s twin brother Garland, 20, was one of three other Welsh fighters to lose the fight and take bronze.