Team Scotland What to Watch - Day Two

July 29, 2022

Team Scotland are set for a busy day two at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games with action across 13 sports.

07:00 – Sean Frame is first up for Team Scotland on day two of Birmingham 2022 as he competes in the T53/54 Marathon, the first event in the Athletics programme.

08:30 – In Lawn Bowls, Scotland’s Men’s Triples (Darren Burnett, Iain McLean and Stewart Anderson) continue their campaign against New Zealand after wins over Malta and India on the opening day. Garry Brown and Kevin Wallace in the Men’s B6-B8 Pairs, also undefeated on day one, play South Africa.

09:00 – Scotland’s Badminton Mixed Team take on Uganda after a straight games win over Maldives on day one.

09:00 – Women’s Rugby 7s continue their debut Commonwealth Games by playing South Africa in their third Pool B match.

10:00 – The Track Cycling qualifying action continues at the Lee Valley VeloPark in London with Gold Coast medallists Neah Evans, John Archibald and Jack Carlin all in action.

10:30 – Duncan Scott became Team Scotland’s most successful athlete at a single Games with six medals at Gold Coast 2018. He gets his Birmingham 2022 underway in the 200m Freestyle as Swimming heats start at 10:30. Fellow 2018 medallists Mark Szaranek and Stephen Milne are also in action, as is Tokyo Paralympic Games medallist Stephen Clegg.

11:30 – Dee Hoggan had two wins out of two on day one in the Women’s Singles Lawn Bowls. She plays Daphne Arthur-Almond of the Falkland Islands as sectional play continues. Rosemary Lenton and Pauline Wilson play New Zealand in the B6-B8 Women’s Pairs after a loss by the narrowest of margins to Australia and a win over South Africa on day one.

12:00 – Georgia Adderley plays Emma Keane of Bermuda in the Women’s Squash Singles round of 32.

12:00 – Netball gets underway at the NEC Arena as Scotland play Australia in their opening game.

12:18 – Like their women’s counterparts Scotland’s Men’s Rugby 7s also take on South Africa in their Pool B match after convincing wins over Tonga and Malaysia on day one.

13: 45 – Greg Lobban plays Sri Lanka’s Ravindu Laksiri in the Men’s Squash Singles round of 32.

15:00 – The Lawn Bowls action continues with Garry Brown and Kevin Wallace back for their second match of the day, this time facing Australia. Alex Marshall and Paul Foster play Niue after opening their Men’s Pairs campaign with a convincing win over Jersey. Scotland’s Women’s Fours team of Hannah Smith, Claire Johnston, Lauren Baillie-Whyte and Caroline Brown play Australia in round three of sectional play.

16:00 – Cycling finals get underway at the Lee Valley VeloPark in London.

16:30 – Following the men’s competition on day one, it’s the turn of the Women’s Gymnastics Team Event at Arena Birmingham. Scotland is represented by Shannon Archer, Cara Kennedy, Eilidh Gorrell and Emily Bremner.

18:00 – In the evening session of Lawn Bowls, Rosemary Lenton and Pauline Wilson continue their sectional play in the Women’s B6-B8 Pairs by facing England. Alex Marshall and Paul Foster are back for their second match of the day in the Men’s Pairs, this time against Canada.

18:30 – Rory Stewart plays Temwa Chileshe of New Zealand in the Men’s Squash Singles round of 32 following an impressive win on day one.

19:00 – The Badminton Mixed Team play Canada in their second match of the day.

19:00 – Swimming finals get underway, including the Men’s 200m Freestyle, Men’s 400m Individual Medley, Men’s 50m Freestyle S13 and 4x100m Freestyle Relays for both men and women.

20:00 – Jodey Hughes goes in the Women’s 55kg Weightlifting final.

20:15 – Stephen Newns gets his Light Middleweight Boxing campaign underway against Albert Mengue Ayissi of Cameroon.

20:45 – Scotland continue their Women’s Wheelchair Basketball 3×3 competition in Pool B up against South Africa.

21:00 – Scotland take on New Zealand in Women’s Hockey Pool B.

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