Commonwealth Games: Kiwis in Action, April 15 (Day 11)

There’s still gold to be won on the final day of the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
There’s still gold to be won on the final day of the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Photo credit: Photosport

After 11 days, there’s still gold to be won in the final hours of the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.

The past two weeks have been very successful for the New Zealand squash team, and Joelle King and Amanda Landers-Murphy have a chance to put the cherry on top in the women’s doubles final.

With gold and bronze already to her name, King won’t particularly want to complete the set - she’ll want another gold.

Both sevens teams are still a shot at medals and have looked mighty impressive so far this tournament.

But for the Tall Blacks and Silver Ferns, playing for bronze in basketball and netball, it will be more a case of not going home empty-handed after slightly disappointing campaigns.

The full schedule for Kiwis in action on April 15 is:

11am (NZ time)
Basketball - men's bronze medal match (Tall Blacks vs Scotland)

1:02pm
Netball - bronze medal match (NZ vs Jamaica)

1:21pm
Sevens - women's semi-final (NZ vs England)

1:43pm
Sevens - men's semi-final (NZ vs England)

2pm
Squash - women's doubles gold medal match (Joelle King, Amanda Landers-Murphy vs India)

3:55pm
Sevens - women's bronze medal match

4:15pm
Sevens - men's bronze medal match (NZ)

4:40pm
Sevens - women's gold medal match

5pm
Sevens - men's gold medal match (NZ)

10:30pm
Closing ceremony

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