Team Scotland What to Watch - Day 10

August 6, 2022

The penultimate day of the Birmingham 2022 Games and a busy one for Team Scotland with semi-finals and finals galore.

08:00- Anna Shackley and Neah Evans are Team Scotland’s first competitors on day ten as they go in the Women’s Cycling Road Race.

09:00- After a convincing win over Malaysia in the quarter-finals, Adam Hall and Julie MacPherson play England’s Marcus Ellis and Lauren Smith in the Badminton Mixed Doubles semi-finals. Kirsty Gilmour is also in semi-final action against Canadian Michelle Li (09:50).

10:05- The first Diving action of the day sees Angus Menmuir compete in the Men’s 10m Platform Preliminaries. He’s followed by Grace Reid and Clara Kerr in the Women’s 3m Springboard (11.44).

11:00 – Plenty of Athletics medal success in the Alexander Stadium so far and kicking off the day 10 action is Zoey Clark in the Women’s 400m final.

11:15 – Team Scotland play Canada for 5th / 6th place in the Women’s Hockey competition.

11:45- Two former Commonwealth Youth Games medallists for Team Scotland go for gold in the Boxing finals. Middleweight Sam Hickey is up first against Australia’s Callum Peters before Sean Lazzerini faces Taylor Bevan of Wales in the Light Heavyweight final (12:15).

12:30 – Men’s Cycling Road Race with Finn Crockett, John Archibald, Sean Flynn, Charlie Aldridge and Mark Stewart.

12:54 – Back over at Athletics, Scotland go in the Women’s 4 x 100m Relay Final.

13:45 – Greg Lobban and Rory Stewart are in Squash Men’s Doubles action.

15:15 – Another Boxing final, this time featuring Reese Lynch as he takes on Louis Richarno Colin of Mauritius for Light Welterweight gold.

19:20- A packed night of Athletics with Laura Muir and Jemma Reekie going in the Women’s 1500m final, followed by Guy Learmonth in the Men’s 800m final (19:20). 10,000m gold medallist Eilish McColgan goes again in the 5000m  where she’s joined by Sarah Inglis and Eloise Walker (19:45).

21:00- Athletics action wraps up with the Women’s 4 x 400m Relay.

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