Team Scotland - What to Watch - Day 6

August 2, 2022

Plenty of action for Team Scotland on Day Six at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, with at least one medal guaranteed in the Para Lawn Bowls B6-B8 Pairs.

08:30 – Day six begins back on the Lawn Bowls greens with Scotland’s Women’s Pairs playing Northern Ireland in the group stages.

09:00 – An important final Pool B match against Australia for Team Scotland’s Women’s Hockey team.

09:30 – It’s the opening day of Table Tennis Singles competition with Rebecca Plaistow first up for Team Scotland against Cynthis Kwabi of Ghana. The Men’s Singles also get underway with Gavin Rumgay facing Muhammad Baboolall of Mauritius.

10:00 – The final day of Judo action at Coventry Arena where Sarah Adlington goes in the quarter finals as she defends her Women’s +78kg title from Glasgow 2014, with Andrew McWatt in the Men’s +100kg and Rachel Tytler in the Women’s -78kg also in quarter-final action.

10.30 – Callum Smith plays Duane March of the Falkland Islands in the Badminton Singles round of 64.

10.30 Georgia Adderley and Rory Stewart are up against Amanda Haywood and Shawn Simpson of Bardados in the Squash Mixed Doubles round of 32.

10.30 – The final day of Swimming starts with Duncan Scott, Mark Szaranek and Evan Jones in the 200m Individual Medley heats. Scotland also go in the Men’s 4 x 100m Medley Relay heats.

10:30 – Athletics heats with Zoey Clark and Nicole Yeargin in the Women’s 400m and Guy Learmonth in the Men’s 800m.

11.15 – Rebecca Plaistow takes on Karen Lyne of Malaysia in her second Table Tennis Women’s Singles match of the day.

11:30 – Charlie Aldridge goes in the Men’s Cycling Mountain Bike Cross Country.

11:30 – In the Lawn Bowls at Leamington Spa, Scotland’s Women’s Pairs play second match of the day, this time against England. Iain McLean is up in the Men’s Singles against Mridul Borgohain of India.

11.50 – Gavin Rumgay faces Jersey’s Jordan Wykes in the Table Tennis Men’s Singles.

12.00 – Julie Macpherson and Ciara Torrance are in Badminton Women’s Doubles action against Laura Harada and Louise Williams of the Falkland Islands in the round of 32.

13.30 – Boxing quarter-finals time with Light Welterweight Reese Lynch first up for Team Scotland against Jonas Junias Jonas of Namibia.

14:00 – Isla Short goes in the Women’s Cycling Mountain Bike Cross Country

15.00 – Sam Hickey faces Nigeria’s Adeyinka Benson in the Middleweight Boxing quarter-finals.

15.00 – Another guaranteed medal in Lawn Bowls as Scotland’s Women’s Para B6-B8 Pairs go for gold against Australia. The Women’s Triples play Wales as sectional play continues.

15.30 – It’s the Light Heavyweight Boxing quarter-final with Team Scotland’s Sean Lazzerini up against Keven Beausejour of Canada.

16.00 – More Table Tennis action with Lucy Elliott playing her first Women’s Singles game against Ying Ho of Malaysia. Next up is Colin Dalgleish in the Men’s Singles as he opens his account against Emmanuel Commey of Ghana (17:10).

17:00 – Judo finals with Sarah Adlington going for gold and Rachel Tytler and Andrew McWatt in the bronze medal bouts.

18:00 – Robert Barr and Melanie Inness, directed by Sarah Jane Ewing and George Miller, face Wales in Para Lawn Bowls Mixed B2/B3 Pairs sectional play. Stewart Anderson, Darren Burnett, Paul Foster and Alex Marshall opened their Men’s Fours campaign with a convincing win over Malta and play Jersey in their second match..

18.20 – Lucy Elliott is back in Table Tennis Women’s Singles action against Grace Rosi Yee of Fiji. She’s followed by Colin Dalgleish in the Men’s event as he plays Vicky Wu, also of Fiji.

19.00 – Christopher Grimley and Eleanor O’Donnell start their Badminton Mixed Doubles campaign against Zaki Shaheed and Fathimath Nabaaha Abdul Razzaq of the Maldives in the round of 64.

19:00 – Athletics evening session at the Alexander Stadium with Adam Thomas in the Men’s 100m semi-finals, Eilish McColgan and Sarah Inglis in the Women’s 10,000m final, Ross Paterson and Alex Thomson in the T37/38 100m, plus the Men’s High Jump final with Will Grimsey and David Smith.

19:00 – Scotland play their final group match in Men’s Hockey against Pakistan.

20.05 – Lucy Elliott plays her third and final match of the day in the Table Tennis Women’s Singles against Tracey Mawa of Vanuatu.

21.08 – Swimming finals, including the Women’s 4x100m Medley Relay.

21.15 – Colin Dalgleish closes out the day’s Table Tennis action as he plays Gary Nuopula of the Solomon Islands.

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