2022 – Day 9 of the Commonwealth Games: Athletics, Cricket, Netball and more – LIVE! | Commonwealth Games 2022

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Peel: We’re 17th in the women’s doubles, and England and Australia are locked in a fight for the gold medal. It’s 18-17 for England, but that could go on until the last bowl.

cricket: The English women’s T20 team starts the semi-final match against India in Edgbaston in 20 minutes. The winner will face Australia or New Zealand, who play in the other semi-finals at 18:00 (GMT). England won all three group matches while India won two out of three matches, losing to Australia. The last time England met India in T20 cricket, England beat Chelmsford a year ago to claim a 2-1 win in the series.

Jamaica in the netball finals!

netball: What a Jamaican achievement! They defeated world champions New Zealand 67-51, with a 100 per cent shooting record. Captain Janiel Fowler scored 54 of 54 points. Bend in the final meet either England or Australia. They close the trumpets at 2:30 pm.

Janelle Fowler celebrates after Jamaica’s impressive win over New Zealand. Photo: Mark Colby/Getty Images

Athletics: The women’s high jump final has just begun at Alexander Stadium. The two favorites are from Australia, Nicola Ollislagers and Eleanor Patterson, both with a personal best result of 2.02 metres. However, Lamara Destin in Jamaica previously had nearly two million lakes, as well as Lake Morgan in England. They start at 1.71 metres. I will keep you informed.

Peel: It is now a battle between Australia and England in the women’s doubles gold medal match. Kristina Krstic and Elaine Ryan fought back 11-2 to beat England’s Sophie Tollchard and Amy Pharaoh 16-12, but the host nation scored four goals to tie 16-16 with four goals remaining.

netball: With 11 minutes remaining at the end of the semi-finals, Jamaica extended their lead to 58-37. Silver ferns need a miracle. Jamaica is preparing for the final as it faces England or Australia, who play at 2.30pm (GMT).

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Peel: After 12 finishes, Australia fought from 11-2 to draw 12-12 with England in the women’s doubles gold medal match. The match ends after 18 is over, so it’s really headed for a tense ending.

netball: In the netball semi-final, where Jamaica led 44:28 against world champions New Zealand in the third quarter, a small surprise emerged. Jamaica isn’t flabby – they’re number four in the world – but the way they beat the blocks in this match was surprising. New Zealand looks shocked. Janelle Fowler scored 38 out of 38. Unbelievable.


morning. There are 33 gold medals on the ninth day of the Commonwealth Games. Some also call it “Great Saturday” for this reason, including our own Sean Engel.

The weekend excitement begins at 11am on Saturday when the English women cricketers face India in the T20 semi-finals in Edgbaston. They are clear favorites having won their group ahead of New Zealand and their victory will likely see them face Australia in Sunday’s finals.

Excitement jumps to the track at 1:10pm when the 1,500m world champion Wightman meets a first-class track featuring Kenyan Timothy Cheruiyot and fellow Scotsman Josh Kerr, silver and bronze medalists from last year’s Olympics.

A little over an hour later, all eyes will be on the NEC Arena as England’s netball players face Australia in a repeat of the 2018 Gold Coast final.

England’s men also meet Australia in hockey at 8.15pm, although they will be underdogs against a team seeking their seventh consecutive title. The action then returns to the track, with Kelly Hodgkinson and Zarnell Hughes hoping for England’s second and third medals for the day.

We bring you updates on all the stories that unfold throughout the day. Bowling is already taking place at Leamington Spa with England’s Sophie Tollhard, Australian Amy Pharaoh’s Kristina Krstic and Elaine Ryan leading 11-10 in the women’s gold-medal match. Remarkably, Australia came back from a deficit of 2:11. stay tuned

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