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Australia took an impressive nine gold medals on Saturday and there are plenty of opportunities to add to that tally at the 10th Commonwealth Games. Below we have covered live updates from all the key events that you can follow!

Day 9 wrap-up: Aussies sweep nine golds with stunning Commonwealth Games Blues.

Medals: Aussies’ gold rush after poms heat at Com Games

Hore Bags Sensational 1500m Gold! | 00:32

Jamaican star keeps Australia from the stage

Australia was close to a podium finish in the women’s 4 x 100m relay but unfortunately it was not to be.

Ella Connolly ran the opening leg and the Aussies were in the lead at the halfway point, but unfortunately Jamaica fell behind when she finally slipped away from Elaine Thompson-Hera.

Nigeria won the tournament.

Barber survived an onslaught of OCC in a thrilling javelin final.

Despite setting two personal bests, Mackenzie Little was unable to dethrone Kelsey-Lee Barber as she claimed her first Commonwealth Games gold medal.

Barber with 63.52m.

A little later, she extended the height gap further when she completed her personal best with a throw of 64.27m.

But with great pressure, he chased down Barber Little and threw 64.43m to win the gold.

Aussie STAR has been brutally robbed of gold

Callum Peters can count himself extremely lucky to have lost his men’s middleweight gold medal fight to Scotland’s Sam Hickey.

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Tingay was eliminated in a tough competition

Australia’s Declan Tingay led most of the men’s 10km race but unfortunately Canadian Evan Dunphy won the gold medal.

No chance for Scott in a boxing battle.

Kay Scott’s gold medal bid accidentally ended in the hands of Wales’ Rosie Eccles.

Both women showed a willingness to trade early in the first round, with Eccles overwhelming Scott throughout the fight.

But it was the Welsh star who got the better of the exchanges and forced the referee to call for Scott’s goal with a minute left in the first round.

Scott survived and finished with a punch, but was definitely behind on the judges’ scorecards.

The tough times continued into the second round, when Scott faced a standing count with two minutes to go before the third and final standing count with 90 seconds remaining.

Despite the disappointing finish, it was an improvement on Scott’s previous Commonwealth Games performance, where she won a bronze medal.

Baker wins gold!

Georgia Baker won Australia’s first gold medal of the day after winning the women’s road cycling event.

It was a frantic race that pushed the six-strong Australian contingent to the brink, but Baker finished first over the line for her third gold medal in Birmingham.

Baker was joined on the podium by Aussie Sarah Roy, who finished third.

Georgia Baker won the gold medal.  Image: Channel 7
Georgia Baker won the gold medal. Image: Channel 7Source: Submitted

Aussie won silver in the first games

In the first Commonwealth Games, Lin Ma won a silver medal for Australia in the men’s table tennis singles 8-10 category.

Ma unfortunately lost to Welshman Joshua Stacey, who won three to two.

In the jump, Jenneke finished just shy of a PB

Nigeria’s Tobi Amusan took the gold medal while Michelle Janeke unfortunately lost in the women’s 100m.

Jenneke was right in the early going, but the heavy hitters eventually snapped.

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Australian cycling star Rohan Dennis has unfortunately been forced to withdraw from the men’s road race, along with Caleb Ewan.

A statement from Ows Cycles read: “Following medical advice, Rohan Dennis will take no further part in the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.”

Dennis, who took gold in the men’s individual time trial on Thursday, woke up comfortably on Saturday morning and was taken to a local hospital for examination and observation.

Dennis has been advised to pull out of today’s street race as a precaution, but he is comfortable and being noticed.

Australia’s six-man squad is now down to four, with Luke Durbridge, Luke Plapp, Miles Scotson and Sam Fox competing.

Australia’s Michelle Jenneke finished fifth in the 100m hurdles final. Photo: Michael KleinSource: News Corp Australia

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Of course, there will be a lot of support Peter Ball Who will win the men’s 800m final at 4:35 p.m.

Jessica Hall Women’s 1500m She is a big chance for a medal when she competes with other Australians in the finals. Abby Caldwell And Linden Hall.

Caldwell and Hall clocked 4:13.59 and 4:14.08 respectively, finishing the race in 4:16.13 to advance to the finals.


Australia won a thriller in their opening pool match against India, but can they overcome their fierce rivals when it matters most?

The two will face each other for the gold medal in the T20 final, which is scheduled to be played around the clock. 2 o’clock in the morning.

Favorites Australia defeated New Zealand by five wickets in the semi-finals, while India defeated England by four wickets in a thrilling contest.

Ash Gardner was the hero when these two sides met in the pool, hitting an unbeaten 52 off 35 balls to help the gold medal favorites chase down the 155-run target.

Australia struggled early in the game with Indian seamer Renuka Singh taking 4-18 in just four overs and the top-order margin collapsed before Gardner’s heroics saved the day.

Hore Bags Sensational 1500m Gold! | 00:32


It all comes down to our Aussie Diamonds taking on Jamaica in the gold medal match 5:30 am.

Australia blew a six-goal lead in a 57-55 loss to Jamaica in the pool stage and international star Janiel Fuller scored in the upset win.

The West Coast Fever sensation kicked 47 goals and backed up a perfect 54 as a perfect shooting night saw Jamaica demolish the Silver Ferns in the semis.

On Sunday morning, Australia beat England 60 to 51 to reach the final.

Gretel Bueta was the standout in that win, scoring 43 goals with 98 percent accuracy.

Gretel Bueta in action. (Photo by Eddie Keogh/Getty Images)Source: Getty Images


And as if the cricket and netball finals weren’t enough, the Hokies will play England in the women’s gold medal match.

That final is scheduled for midnight and Australia will book their place in the decider after defeating New Zealand and India.

Beach volleyball

There are two chances for Australia to win gold in beach volleyball, the first being the final 1 hour such as Paul Burnett And Chris McHugh Take on Canada.

Later in the morning, attention will turn to the women’s doubles final. Mariafe editor Del Solar and Taliqua Clancy He took home silver for Australia in Tokyo and will be aiming for gold when he takes on Canada at the Birmingham Championships. 6 o’clock in the afternoon.

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Four men will represent Australia in the men’s road race at 9:30.

Badminton and table tennis

Hsun-Yu Wendy Chen. And Gronya Somerville In the women’s doubles semi-final against England, they will look to advance to the gold medal.

Meanwhile, Yangzi Liu Before 8:05 pm, the women’s single table tennis bronze competition will be held Find Luu And Nicholas Lum Do the same in the men’s doubles at 10:05 a.m.

Team Australia’s Gronya Somerville celebrates by winning a point. (Photo by Alex Pantling/Getty Images)Source: Getty Images


14-year-old starlet Charlie Petrov and veteran Melissa Wu He took gold in the women’s 10m synchronized dive and there are plenty of chances for medals on Sunday.

They will be the eyes of all Brittany O’Brien, Madison Kinney And Georgia Sheehan At 8:44 a.m. in the women’s 3m springboard preliminaries as they compete for medals.

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