Birmingham Games: Aussies in action on Day 5 and Day 4 results

August 2, 2022 BY

Emma McKeon has won 17 medals at Commonwealth Games - including four gold medals this week - and is fancied to increase that total in Birmingham tonight. Photo: DAVE HUNT/AAP

AUSTRALIA – 31 gold, 20 silver, 20 bronze

What’s on today?


Women’s Group Matches – Australia v New Zealand (1800 AEST)

Ring Road North


Medal Matches – Men’s Pairs, Women’s Fours, Para Men’s Pairs B6-B8 – Australia v Scotland (0115 AEST); Round 1 – Women’s Triples – Australia v Singapore ( 1730 AEST), Women’s Pairs – Australia v Brunei (1730 AEST), Men’s Singles – Aaron Wilson (AUS) v Jim Phillip (COK) ( 2045 AEST), Round 2 – Men’s Fours – Australia v Niue ( 2345 AEST); Round 4 Para Mixed Pairs B2-B3 Round 4 – Australia v Wales ( 2045 AEST)

Victoria Park


Preliminary, Repechage, Quarter Finals, Semi Finals, Medal Contests (Women’s -63kg (Katharina Häecker), Women’s -70kg (Aofie Coughlan), Men’s -73kg (Jake Bensted), Men’s -81kg (Uros Nikolic) (From 1900 AEST)

Coventry Arena


Men’s Long Jump Qualifying Rounds (Henry Frayne, Chris Mitrevski), Women’s Heptathlon 100m Hurdles (Taneille Crase), Men’s 100m Round 1 (Rohan Browning, Jake Doran), Men’s Discus Throw Qualifying Rounds (Matthew Denny), Women’s Heptathlon High Jump (Taneille Crase), Women’s 800m Round 1 (Catriona Bisset, Georgia Griffith), Women’s 100m Round (Naa Anang, Ella Connolly, Bree Masters), Women’s 1500m T53 / T54 Round 1 (Angela Ballard, Christie Dawes, Madison de Rozario), Women’s Heptathlon Shot Put (Taneille Crase), Women’s Pole Vault Final (Nina Kennedy), Men’s 400m Hurdles Round 1, Men’s High Jump Qualifying Rounds (Brandon Starc), Men’s 100m T45-47 Final (Anthony Jordan, Jaydon Page), Men’s 110m Hurdles Round 1 (Nicholas Hough), Men’s 100m T45-47 Medal Ceremony, Men’s 10000m Final (Ky Robinson), Women’s Discus Throw Final (Taryn Gollshewsky), Women’s Heptathlon 200m (Taneille Crase), Women’s 100m T37/38 Final (Rhiannon Clark, Ella Pardy, Indiana Cooper), Men’s 10000m Medal Ceremony, Women’s 100m T33/34 Final (Sarah Clifton-Bligh, Robyn Lambird, Rosemary Little) (From Tue 1900 AEST)

Alexander Stadium


Women’s 76kg – Ebony Gorincu ( 1830 AEST), Men’s 96kg – Ridge Barredo ( 2300 AEST), Women’s 87kg – Eileen Cikamatana ( 0330 AEST)

National Exhibition Centre


Morning Session (from 1930 AEST) – Men’s 200m Backstroke Heats (Joshua Edwards-Smith, Mitchell Larkin, Bradley Woodward), Women’s 200m Butterfly Heats (Abbey Connor, Elizabeth Dekkers, Brianna Throssell), Men’s 100m Butterfly S10 Heat (William Martin, Col Pearse, Alex Saffy), Women’s 200m Individual Medley SM10 Heat (Jasmine Greenwood, Keira Stephens), Men’s 50m Freestyle Heats (Grayson Bell, Kyle Chalmers, Isaac Cooper, Thomas Nowakowski), Women’s 50m Backstroke Heats (Bronte Job), Mixed 4x100m Medley Relay Heats, Men’s 1500m Freestyle Heats

Night Session (from 0310 AEST) – Women’s 100m Freestyle Final, Men’s 100m Butterfly Final, Women’s 100m Breaststroke Final, Men’s 200m Backstroke Final, Women’s 200m Butterfly Final, Men’s 100m Butterfly S10 Final, Women’s 200m Individual Medley SM10 Final, Men’s 50m Freestyle Semi-Finals, Women’s 50m Backstroke Semi-Finals, Men’s 50m Breaststroke Final, Women’s 800m Freestyle Final, Mixed 4x100m Medley Relay Final

Sandwell Aquatics Centre


Group Matches; Australia v Wales (2100 AEST)

National Exhibition Centre


Rounds of 16 – Men’s Light Middleweight – Taha Ahmad (AUS) v Merven Clair (MRI) ( 2345 AEST)

National Exhibition Centre


Men’s Vault Final – James Bacueti (2200 AEST); Women’s Balance Beam Final – Georgia Godwin, Kate McDonald (2305 AEST); Men’s Parallel Bars Final – Tyson Bull, Mitchell Morgans (2305 AEST); Women’s Floor Final – Romi Brown, Emily Whitehead (0040 AEST); Men’s Horizontal Bar Final – Jesse Moore, Mitchell Morgans (0040 AEST)

Utilita Arena Birmingham


Group Matches: Women’s – Australia v Trinidad and Tobago ( 2330 AEST)



Women’s Bronze Medal Match – Australia v News Zealand ( 0130 AEST), Men’s Gold Medal Match – Australia v England (0530 AEST), Women’s Wheelchair Gold Medal Match – Australia v Canada ( 0500 AEST) Men’s Wheelchair Gold Medal Match – Australia v Canada ( 0430 AEST)


How the Aussies fared on Day 4:


Group Matches – Australia bt South Africa 74-49


Group Matches: Men’s – Australia bt South Africa 21-12 21-12


Women’s – 52kg – Tinka Easton – gold

Men’s -60kg – Josh Katz – bronze

Men’s -66kg – Nathan Katz – bronze


Men’s Group Matches – Australia bt New Zealand 7-2


Men’s Featherweight Round of 16 – Charlie Senior (AUS) bt Christon Amram (NRU) 5-0

Men’s Light Heavyweight Round of 16 – Billy McAllister (AUS) lost to Jerone Ennis (JAM) 3-2


Men’s 81kg – Kyle Bruce – Silver

Women’s 64kg – Sarah Cochrane – Silver

Women’s 71kg – Kiana Elliott – 4th


Men’s 1000m Time Trial – Matthew Glaetzer – Gold, Tom Cornish – Silver, Matthew Richardson – 4th

Women’s 10km Scratch Race – Chloe Moran – 6th, Sophie Edwards – 17th,  Alyssa Polites – 18th

Women’s Keirin – Kristina Clonan – 7th, Alessia McCaig – 11th, Breanna Hargrave – 12th

Men’s 40km Points Race – Luke Plapp – 6th, Graeme Frislie – DNF, Conor Leahy – DNF


Women’s Team Bronze Medal match – Australia bt Wales 3-0


Men’s quarter-final – Australia bt Kenya 20-15


Morning session

Women’s 200m Backstroke Heats – Minna Atherton, Kaylee McKeown – all qualified for final

Men’s 50m Breaststroke Heats – Samuel Williamson, Grayson Bell – qualified for semi-final

Women’s 100m Freestyle Heats – Shayna Jack, Emma McKeon, Mollie O’Callaghan – all qualified for semi-final

Men’s 100m Butterfly Heats – Cody Simpson, Matthew Temple – qualified for semi-final

Women’s 200m Individual Medley Heats – Abbey Harkin, Kaylee McKeown, Ella Ramsey – all qualified for final

Women’s 100m Breaststroke Heats – Abbey Harkin, Chelsea Hodges, Jenna Strauch – all qualified for semi-final

Women’s 800m Freestyle Heats – Kiah Melverton, Lani Pallister, Ariarne Titmus – all qualified for final

Night session

Men’s 100m Freestyle Final – Kyle Chalmers – Gold, William Yang – 5th, Zac Incerti – 8th

Women’s 200m Backstroke Final – Kaylee McKeown – Gold, Minna Atherton – 4th

Women’s 200m Individual Medley Final – Kaylee McKeown – Silver, Abbey Harkin – 5th, Ella Ramsey – 8th

Women’s 50m Butterfly Final – Emma McKeon – Gold, Holly Barratt – Silver, Alex Perkins – 5th

Men’s 4x200m Freestyle Relay Final – Australia – Gold

Men’s 50m Backstroke Final – Brad Woodward – 5th, Ben Armbruster – 7th

Men’s 50m Freestyle S7 Final – Matthew Levy – Gold, Joel Mundie 6th

Women’s 100m Breaststroke SB6 Final – Isabella Vincent – 5th, Ella Jones – 6th

Men’s 50m Breaststroke Semi-Finals – Grayson Bell, Cody Simpson – all qualified for final

Women’s 100m Freestyle Semi-Finals – Emma McKeon, Shayna Jack, Mollie O’Callaghan – all qualified for final

Men’s 100m Butterfly Semi-Finals – Cody Simpson, Matthew Temple – all qualified for final

Women’s 100m Breaststroke Semi-Finals – Abbey Harkin, Chelsea Hodges, Jenna Strauch – all qualified for final


Men’s Triples semi-finals – Australia bt Fiji 26-13

Men’s Triples final – England bt Australia 14-12

Para Men’s Pairs B6-B8 semi-finals – Australia bt England 17-4

Para Women’s Pairs B6-B8 semi-final – Australia bt South Africa 19-12

Women’s Singles semi-final – Ellen Ryan (AUS) bt Shae Wilson (NFK) 21-17

Women’s Singles final – Ellen Ryan (AUS) bt Lucy Beere (GGY) 21-17

Round 1 – Para Mixed Pairs B2-B3 – Australia bt England 14-11


Women’s Vault Final – Georgia Godwin – gold, Emily Whitehead – 8th

Women’s Uneven Bars Final – Georiga Godwin – Silver, Kate McDonald – 7th

Men’s Floor Final – Clay Mason Stephens – 7th

Men’s Pommel Horse Final – Jesse Moore – 6th