Team England swimmers have finished second on the medal table at the Commonwealth Youth Games in Samoa.
The 12-strong squad of 15 to 18 year olds won a total of 25 medals, six gold, nine silver and 10 bronze.
Boyle won her second individual medal of the week with 400m Freestyle silver (4:14.90), following a battle with Australian Ariarne Titmus who claimed gold by just a fingertip on the final stroke.
Also battling it out against the Aussie in the 400m Free, Darwent swam a new lifetime best for bronze in 4:15.04.
Darwent’s form improved further as she posted a lifetime best 8:45.85 to grab gold in the 800m Freestyle.
"To finish second on the medal table behind a dominant Australia is a huge achievement" - Grant Robins, England Programmes Team leader
Black, the youngest member of Team England’s swimming team, bagged 50m Breaststroke bronze on the final stroke in a new PB 33.17.
The City of Leeds swimmer went on to win her third breaststroke medal of the Games, adding gold in the 200m event powering home to touch in 2:30.99.
Chisholm added silver to his 200m bronze in the 400m Freestyle, touching in 3:54.76.
Baxter added gold to his 100m Breaststroke silver, with a new lifetime best of 2:15.80 in the 200m event.
Litchfield stormed down the final 50m to come from fifth to second for 200m IM silver in 2:05.01.
Pugh claimed her third bronze of the Games working hard to maintain her position over the final freestyle leg in the 200m IM to set a PB 2:19.30.
Team England swimmers highlighted their strength in relay events securing a clean sweep of medal across all relays in Samoa.
The men’s quartet of Chisholm, Joe Litchfield, Tom Derbyshire and Lewis Clough claimed 4x100m Freestyle silver in 3:28.10, before Perry Gardner joined Chisholm, Litchfield and Clough in an exciting 4x100m Medley to win bronze (3:46.75).
The 4x100m Free women’s team of Boyle, Darwent, Darcy Deakin and Tazmin Pugh won bronze in 3:50.83, before Pugh and Boyle joined Black and Brittany Horton to swim a fantastic 4x100m Medley race securing silver in 4:12.14.
Grant Robins, England Programmes Team leader said, “To finish second on the medal table behind a dominant Australia is a huge achievement for these young athletes and I believe that they will all improve further because of this experience.”