Australia are at the start of the back leg of the women’s T20 against India, with four wickets falling in the first five overs.
Alyssa Healy went for a duck on the second ball of the match and was quickly followed by captain Meg Lanning (8), Beth Mooney (10) and Tahlia McGrath (14).
Chasing a tough but achievable target of 155 from India captain Harmanpreet Kaur’s knock of 52 balls, the Australians have an all-powerful task to stay in the game.
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Kyle Chalmers was fastest in the men’s 50m butterfly, clocking 23.45 with fellow Aussie Matt Temple finishing in 23.70, while Cody Simpson earned a place in the semi-finals of the event.
Simpson’s girlfriend Emma McCann put in an impressive performance in the women’s 100m butterfly heats, clocking 57:34, the fastest of all in the heats.
Ariane Titmus had no trouble finishing first in the women’s 200m freestyle, touching the wall in her heat of 1:55:68.
Titmus will be joined by Molly O’Callaghan in the finale.
All three placed first in their respective heats and will be the top three in the 200m freestyle final.
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Mac Horton finished second fastest in the heat as he claimed a place in the men’s 400m freestyle final alongside Elias Winnington and Sam Short.
Horton and Short finished second in their heats and Winnington took first in his, but Horton’s time was faster than the others.
Wallabies star Samu Kerevi scored a hat-trick in the first half as Australia’s men’s rugby sevens thrashed Jamaica 62-0.
An impressive men’s performance in the Women’s Rugby Sevens saw South Africa beat South Africa 38-0 by Charlotte Caslick and Maddison Levy.
It was also a bright start for the women’s table tennis team as Jian Fang Lai won the match in straight sets and with two wins, Australia needed one more victory to overtake Malaysia 2-0.
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The Australians get their first netball action at 11pm Diamonds They faced Barbados in their first pool match.
The night is about to end with another shot at the medal, this time Sophie Lynn, Charlotte McShane And Natalie Von Coverden Women’s Sprint Distance Final.
Day 1 – schedule
Squash, 10:15 p.m
Boxing, 10:30 p.m
Volleyball, 11:00 p.m
Badminton, 11:00 p.m
Hockey, 11:00 p.m
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