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In pictures: baton relay day 31 - Inverclyde

On the 31st day of it's journey across Scotland the Queen's Commonwealth baton is travelling through Invercylde.

Captain Michael Anderson holds the baton aloft on board the Sound of Soy. Picture by Chris Radburn.
Captain Michael Anderson holds the baton aloft on board the Sound of Soy as it arrives in Iverkip. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Relay will start at Inverkip with stops at Gourock, Greenock, Kilmacolm and Port Glasgow before ending the day in back in Greenock.

Provost Robert Moran and Councillor Bruce Marshall carry the baton on board the Sound of Soy as it arrives at Inverkip. Picture by Chris Radburn.

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John Muir carries the baton through the streets of Inverkip. Picture by David Cheskin.

Team Scotland hockey player William Marshall holds the baton at Cloch lighthouse in Gourock. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Ian Whitehouse carries the baton through Gourock. Picture by David Cheskin.

Alexander McFarlane with the baton at Gourock's outdoor swimming pool. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Kenneth Morrison strikes a pose as he carries the baton through Gourock. Picture by David Cheskin.

Sean O'Connor carries the baton in Greenock. Picture by David Cheskin.

Laura Thomson hands the baton to entrepreneur Duncan Bannatyne at Ravenscraig Stadium in Greenock. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Bannatyne, best known for his role as one of the 'dragons' on BBC Two's Dragons's Den carries the baton on the Ravenscraig Stadium track. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Games mascot Clyde joins Bannatyne at Ravenscraig Stadium. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Kareena Marshall with baton in Quarriers Village in Inverclyde. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Wet weather in Kilmacolm fails to dampen locals spirits as they come out to support batonbearer Jacueline Fallon. Picture by Chris Radburn.

James Boyland carries the baton through Port Glasgow. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Port Glasgow Boys Club players get their hands on the baton as it passes through the town. Picture by David Cheskin.

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