Commonwealth Games

Who to watch: Team SA on Day 9

2018-04-12 14:07
Caster Semenya (AP)

Cape Town - Day 9 of the Commonwealth Games on Australia's Gold Coast once again sees numerous South Africans in action. 

Caster Semenya will be expected to win her second gold medal of the week in the final of the 800m, while the South African women's Sevens team get their campaign underway with matches against Canada and New Zealand. 

Big things are also expected from Team SA's 4x100m relay team where Akani Simbine, Henricho Bruintjies, Anaso Jobodwana and Clarence Munyai are expected to line up for the heats. 

Day 9 schedule (SA time):

ATHLETICS

03:05: Men’s 4x100m Relay, Heat 1: Team SA (Henricho Bruintjies, Anaso Jobodwana, Clarence Munyai, Akani Simbine, TBC)

03:10: Men’s javelin, Qualifying: Phil-Mar van Rensburg

12:45: Women’s 800m Final: Caster Semenya

13:10: Men’s 10 000m, Final: Stephen Mokoka

BOWLS

01:01: Women’s Pairs, Final: Nicolene Neal and Colleen Piketh

DIVING

02:07: Women’s 1m springboard preliminary: Micaela Bouter, Julia Vincent, Nicole Gillis

HOCKEY

00:30: Men’s Playoff, 9th and 10th: South Africa vs Wales

04:00: Women’s Playoff, 5th and 6th, South Africa vs Canada

RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS

02:43: Women’s Hoop, Final: Grace Legote. Music, Summer Time by Gershwin

RUGBY SEVENS

08:31: South Africa Women vs Canada Women

11:33: South Africa Women vs New Zealand Women

TABLE TENNIS

Men’s TT 6-10, Semi-finals: Theo Cogill vs Kim Daybell (England)

WRESTLING

02:30: Men’s Freestyle, 1/8 final (97kg): Martin Erasmus vs Samuel Belkin (NZ)

02:30 Men’s Freestyle, 1/8 final (65kg): Terry van Rensburg vs Amas Daniel (Nigeria)

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