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After adding seven gold medals to her collection on the final day, she has one last chance to win four more golds on the final day of the Commonwealth Games.

It’s been a very successful Games for the Aussies as they reach the 1000 gold medal milestone and move ahead of host England with 11 golds.

Follow all the action from the final day in our live blog below!

After winning gold in beach volleyball, cricket, diving (twice), road cycling and javelin, the star-studded diamond netball team capped the impressive streak by defeating Jamaica 55-51 in the women’s netball final.

Day 10 wrap-up: Aussie final dive wins gold, Poms RAGE after bike race

There is plenty of action in the dives as four Aussie teams are in with a chance to medal.

The Kookaburras are also playing in men’s hockey and an Australian duo will compete for gold in the women’s doubles final in table tennis. We’ve got you covered with who’s in action, what they’re competing against, and when you can watch them!

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Hairdressers Gold in CLUTCH Throw | 00:28


Australia’s first event on the last day comes at Women’s doubles bowl final In squash, with Alex Hayden and Jess Turnbull Starring Pakistani duo Faiza Zafar and Amna Faiyaz. The event starts at 7pm (AEST).


It will be Australia’s first medal event. Mixed 3 meter springboard final In diving.

The action starts at 7.05pm and Australia will be pitted against two teams: Li Shixin cooperates with Madison Kinney While Dominic Bedggood combined with Annabelle Smith.

Bedgood and Smith have already won gold in the women’s synchronized 3m springboard and will be looking for a similar result with their respective partners.

of Mixed Synchronized 10m Platform Final It kicks off at 8.19pm and again features two Australian teams.

Bedgood Back to the pool side by side Melissa Wuwhile Cassiel Russo and Emily Boyd The other Aussie team is competing.

Russo is coming off an incredible gold in the men’s 10m platform, while Wu won the women’s 10m synchronized platform with Charlie Petrov.

Perfect 1O in the final gold medal dive! | 00:30


of Kookaburras In front of India Men’s final and scheduled for 9:30 p.m.

In the year Unbeaten at the Commonwealth Games since 1998, the Aussies will look to continue their mind-boggling run with six gold medals in their trophy cabinet, defeating hosts England in the semi-finals.

The Kookaburras’ most recent clash with India saw them beat Australia 7-1 in a pool match at the Tokyo Olympics.

However, India will no doubt be looking for revenge by defeating South Africa in the other semi-final.

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Australia’s fourth chance to win a gold medal comes in the form of the field Women’s doubles Last as the Aussie pair Jian Fang Lay and Minhyung Jee They will face Singapore’s Jian Zheng and Tianwei Feng at 7:10pm.

Schedule (all times AEST)

7:00 p.m. Women’s Doubles Bowl Final, Squash (Alex Hayden and Jess Turnbull)

7:05 p.m. Mixed 3m Springboard Final, Diving (Lee Shixin and Madison Kinney, Domonic Bedgood and Annabelle Smith)

7:10 p.m. Women’s Doubles Final, Table Tennis (Jian Fang Lai and Minhyung Ji)

8:19 p.m. Medley 10m Platform Final, Diving (Domonic Bedggood and Melissa Wu, Cassiel Rousseau and Emily Boyd)

9:30 p.m. Men’s Hockey Final (Kookaburras)

5 pm (Tuesday): closing ceremony

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