Relive 1 NEWS NOW's live coverage from night 10 of the 2018 Commonwealth Games from the Gold Coast, Australia.
NZ medal tally: Gold 12 Silver 16 Bronze 14
Full table here: 2018 Commonwealth Games medal table
That'll do it for tonight, but we will be back tomorrow for the rugby sevens and netball on a big final day of action!
12:40am: Hockey men's
It's all over - Australia were simply too good and they take gold after defeating New Zealand 2-0 in the final. The Black Sticks should be proud of their efforts at the Commonwealth Games - winning silver.
12:34am: Hockey men's
MISS! Mark Knowles of Australia misses his penalty shot at goal and New Zealand still trail Australia 2-0 with four minutes on the clock.
12:30am: Hockey men's
The clock is the enemy now for the Black Sticks, there is five minutes remaining in the match. The New Zealand side has really struggled to keep up with their Aussie rivals who have looked threatening every time they are on attack. The NZ team are yet to have a penalty corner awarded to them in this match.
12:24am: Hockey men's
It's the Aussies attacking again though, desperate defence from the Black Sticks to avoid going 3 nil down.
12:20am: Hockey men's
Still 2 - 0 and New Zealand have one quarter left to rescue the match and claim gold.
Three moments of magic on the way perhaps?
12:13am: Hockey men's
Halfway through the 3rd quarter and the Black Sticks haven't troubled the Aussie goal. Remains 2 - 0.
12:04am: Hockey men's
Back underway in the 3rd quarter. Can the Kiwis pull it back?
11:58pm: Hockey men's
Australia 2 - 0 New Zealand at the end of the 2nd quarter.
11:51pm: Hockey men's
GOAL! That's number two for the Aussies, a shot deflected off a Kiwi stick rattles the back of the net.
Australia 2 - 0 New Zealand in the 2nd quarter.
11:41pm: Hockey men's
GOAL! Slick approach play from the Aussies leads to the first goal of the match.
That's 1 - 0 to Australia, and you have to say they deserve the lead.
11:37pm: Hockey men's
The Aussies coming hard at the start of the second quarter, some good defending from NZ sees of the latest attack.
11:34pm: Hockey men's
It's 0 - 0 after the first quarter between the Black Sticks and Australia.
11:31pm: Hockey men's
Aussies on the attack late into the 1st quarter but still all square in a tense game.
11:27pm: Hockey men's
CLOSE! The Black Sticks have a shot at goal that whistles past the Aussie keeper's head and narrowly misses.
11.21pm: Hockey men's
PENALTY CORNER! Australia have a chance to score here but the Black Sticks do extremely well to defend and keep the Aussies out.
11.18pm: Hockey men's
The men's hockey final is underway between New Zealand and Australia.
11.16pm: Sevens men's
NZ 33 CAN 7
Canada get the last say with a consolation try and the New Zealand men's team finish the day unbeaten.
11.13pm: Sevens men's
NZ 33 CAN 0
TRY! Kurt Baker scores his first try of the match after a lovely offload from Regan Ware to Akuila Rokolisoa. Rokolisoa makes a good run before delivering a perfect pass to Kurt Baker who runs away to score under the posts untouched.
11.09pm: Sevens men's
TRY! Regan Ware goes in for his second try of the match after another clever set up from NZ's play-maker Vilimoni Koroi. The conversion is good and NZ lead 26-0.
11.04pm: Sevens men's
NZ 19 CAN 0
TRY! Vilimoni Koroi runs in under the posts after Canada fail to stop him, he was momentarily stopped but he powered through a tackle from a Canadian defender. NZ lead 19-0 at the break.
11.02pm: Sevens men's
NZ 12 CAN 0
TRY! Regan Ware dots down over the right hand corner after some good running from Vilimoni Koroi to create the space out wide. Canada are in real trouble leaking in a try after one of their players were sent to the bin for an intentional knock down. The conversion is good from out wide.
11.00pm: Sevens men's
NZ 5 CAN 0
TRY! The NZ skipper Scott Curry goes over in the left hand corner as New Zealand spot the overlap down the left edge. The conversion is no good from New Zealand - they lead 5-0.
10.59pm: Sevens men's
And we are underway! Andrew Knewstubb kicks the ball off long towards Canada. They make a mistake and the NZ side have an attacking scrum deep inside Canada's 22.
10.58pm: Sevens men's
New Zealand and Canada are both out on the pitch getting ready for their last match of the day in Pool C in the Gold Coast.
NZ men's squad: Tim Mikkelson, Scott Curry, Dylan Collier, Sam Dickson, Trael Joass, Vilimoni Koroi, Andrew Knewstubb, Sione Molia, Kurt Baker, Regan Ware, Etene Nanai Seturo, Akuila Rokolisoa
Not long now until the men's rugby sevens take on Canada, been a lull for the Kiwis for a while.
Coming up at 10.49pm the All Blacks Sevens take on Canada in a pool match.
BRONZE medal for the New Zealand women with a 74-58 victory over Canada. Well done.
Wth just two-and-a-half minutes to go New Zealand hold the advantage over Canada in the bronze medal match. NZ leads 71-53.
With six minutes to go in the match Canada a clawed back a few points against the Tall Ferns. Game on with New Zealand leading 57-47.
At the end of the third quarter in the women's basketball final Tall Ferns have a healthy 57-39 lead over Canada.
"Maybe this has galvanised them, hearing each other's stories and knowing they are not alone," say the nurses behind the Facebook group, New Zealand, please hear our voice.