A day full of action ahead with Team Scotland interest across 12 sports on Day 7 of Birmingham 2022.
8.30 – Day 7 starts for Team Scotland with Iain McLean in the Lawn Bowls Men’s Singles as he plays Jersey’s Ross Davis in the group stages.
09:30 – Colin Dalgleish and Rebecca Plaistow face Derron Douglas and Rheann Chung of Trinidad and Tobago. in the Table Tennis Mixed Doubles round of 64.
10:00 – Fresh from silver and bronze on the track, Neah Evans goes in the Women’s Road Cycling Time Trial where she is joined by Tokyo 2020 Olympian Anna Shackley.
10:30 – Morning Athletics session with Beth Dobbin in the Women’s 200m heats, Josh Kerr, Jake Wightman and Neil Gourley in the Men’s 1500m heats.
11:00 – Callum Smith plays Kelvin Alphous of Ghana in the Men’s Badminton Singles round of 32.
11.30 – Iain McLean returns for his second Men’s Singles match of the day on the Lawn Bowls greens. He faces Shannon McIlroy of New Zealand.
12:00 – Chris Grimley and Eleanor O’Donnell take to the show court where they play South Africa’s Elliott and Jordaan in the Badminton Mixed Doubles round of 32.
12:00 – Louise Christie takes to the Rhythmic Gymnastics arena, competing in Subdivision 1 in the Individual Qualification rounds.
12:00 – It’s the turn of the men in the Road Cycling Time Trial with Team Scotland represented by John Archibald, Finn Crockett and Mark Stewart.
12.15 – Lennon Mulligan (12:15), Matthew McHale (12:30) and Tyler Jolly (14:15) all go in search of a guaranteed Boxing medal as they go in the quarter finals of the Flyweight, Bantamweight and Welterweight respectively.
13:05 – Gold Coast 2018 bronze medallist James Heatly is joined by fellow Scots Ross Beattie and Danny Mabbott in the Men’s Diving 1m Springboard preliminary round.
14:30 – Next up at Diving and competing at her second Commonwealth Games, Gemma McArthur goes in the Women’s Platform 10m preliminary round
15.00 – The Scotland Men’s Fours team of Stewart Anderson, Darren Burnett, Paul Foster and Alex Marshall play South Africa in their fourth Lawn Bowls Section A match.
15.30 – Lynne Beattie and Mel Coutts play U’una and Gwali of the Solomon Islands in their final Beach Volleyball preliminary round match.
18:00 – Robert Barr and Melanie Inness, Directed by Sarah Jane Ewing and George Miller, are in semi-final action in the Para Lawn Bowls B2/B3 Pairs.
18.00 – Lisa Aitken and Gregg Lobban are up against Marlene West and Cameron Stafford of the Cayman Islands in the Squash Mixed Doubles round of 16. Georgia Adderley and Rory Stewart are also in Mixed Doubles action.
18.00 – It’s Scotland vs New Zealand in the Lawn Bowls Men’s Fours
18:00 – Diving finals including the Men’s 1m Springboard and Women’s 10m Platform.
18:30 – Athletics evening session with Sammi Kinghorn and Melanie Woods in the T53/54 1500m, Nick Percy in the discus final
19.00 – Netball, and Scotland face South Africa in Pool A.
19:00 – Colin Dalgleish and Gavin Rumgay play English pair Paul Drinkhall and Liam Pitchford in the Table Tennis Men’s Doubles round of 32.
20:00 – Finishing a busy evening of Squash action, Lisa Aitken and Georgia Adderley are up against Kaitlyn Watts and Abbie Palmer of New Zealand in the Women’s Doubles round of 16.
21:00 – Micky Yule aims to make it third time lucky in the Para-Powerlifting Men’s Heavyweight event, after finishing fourth at Glasgow 2014 and Gold Coast 2018.