Commonwealth Games

Who to watch: Team SA on Day 7

2018-04-10 14:34
Luvo Manyonga (AP)

Cape Town - Team South Africa are in action across 6 sporting codes on Wednesday, April 11.

All SA times


11:45: Women’s javelin final: Sunette Viljoen

12:32: Men’s long jump final: Luvo Manyonga, Ruswahl Samaai

12:50: Men’s 200m semi-final 1: Clarence Munyai

12:58: Men’s 200m semi-final 2: Anaso Jobodwana


All matches follow from a 02:00 start

Women’s Singles, Round of 32: Michelle Butler-Emmett vs TBD

Women’s Doubles, Round of 32: South Africa (Michelle Butlet-Emmett and Elsie de Villiers) vs Falkland Islands

Women’s Singles, Round of 32: Elsie de Villiers vs Saina Nehwal (India)

Men’s Doubles, Round of 32: South Africa (Cameron Coetzer and Prakash Vijayanath) vs Ghana

Mixed Doubles, Round of 32: South Africa (Bongani van Bodenstein and Elsie de Villiers) vs TBD


01:00: Women’s Pairs, Section A, Round 4: South Africa (Nicolene Neal and Colleen Piketh) vs India

04:00: Women’s Pairs, Section A, Round 4: South Africa (Nicolene Neal and Colleen Piketh) vs Wales

08:01: Open B6/7/8 Triples, Semi-final: South Africa (Tobias Botha, Willem Viljoen and Christopher Patton) vs Australia

11:00: Women’s Triples, Quarter-final: TBD (Elma Davis, Esme Kruger and Johanna Snyman)

11:00: Men’s Fours, Section B, Round 4: South Africa (Gerry Baker, Jason Evans, Rudi Jacobs and Morgan Muvhango) vs Botswana


04:07: Women’s Synchronised Springboard: Michaela Bouter and Nicole Gillis

GYMNASTIC (Rhythmic)

07:00: Preliminaries, Subdivision One: Grace Legote, Chris-Marie van Wyk


13:30: Men’s Pool A: South Africa vs Canada


03:15: Men’s TT6-10 Singles, Group 2: Theo Cogill vs Ross Wilson (Eng)

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