Despite the bank holiday, it's been quite a week across a host of Commonwealth Games sports for some of Team England's stars, so we wanted to offer you some of our highlights of the week.

Shining finish to the Diamond League

The IAAF Diamond League has finished for another year, and athletics fans will have to wait until May 2019 for the tournament to come back around again. But what a final meet for some of England's starlets in Zurich last night for the finals night.

I was the relay team that shone again with the 4x100m women's quartet, including Commonwealth 200m bronze medallist Dina Asher-Smith who ran an astonishing leg to secure the victory. Asher-Smith, fresh off her recent European double, finished an impressive second in the 100m Diamond League Final to round off an unforgettable season for the 22-year-old. 

Fellow Team England athletes competing were Matt Hudson-Smith who finished third in the men's 400m, high jumper Morgan Lake and Charlie Da'Vall Grice in the 1500m with Holly Bradshaw claiming a respectable fourth placed finish in the women's pole vault.

Netball's coming home!

We are all still buzzing from the enthralling gold medal Team England's netball ladies won in the Gold Coast this April, and the world is still closely watching our stars as they continue to compete for their respective clubs.

We can look forward to welcoming back England Centre Serena Guthrie who is heading home, choosing to play for Bath next season after moving away in 2015 to shine in both New Zealand and Australia. We can't wait to see the 2018 Super Netball's team of the year player back on home soil - and just ahead of the 2019 Netball World Cup in Liverpool too!

There was also success for fellow Team England netball star Geva Mentor, who helped Sunshine Coast Lightning to win the Australian Super Netball title.

Best ever from Pitchford

Men's Doubles Table Tennis Commonwealth champion Liam Pitchford stunned the world at the Czech Open, reaching the semi-finals, his best ever performance in the World Tour. 

Having defeated world and Olympic champion Ma Long of China at the last event in Bulgaria, Pitchford beat German ex-world number one Dimitrij Ovtcharov in the last eight.

He unfortunately lost to China's Zheng Peifeng, the eventual winner, in the semi-finals but an outstanding performance ahead of the upcoming European Championships. 

Rugby Sevens becomes one

The RFU has confirmed that it will integrate its men's and women's rugby sevens programmes to create a "strong culture and identity". 

Both the men's and women's squads will train togethe at England's High Performance Centre at The Lensbury in Teddington, allowing both squads the chance to be able to "share facilities and best practice".

Simon Amor, head of England Sevens and men's head coach said: "The men and women can learn so much from each other. This sharing of knowledge is so important to us as we continue to challenge each other to be the very best that we can be."

Gold Coast 2018 was the first time that women's rugby sevens was introduced to the programme and April's Games saw both England's men's and women's teams come away with bronze medals after impressive tournaments.