It was a massive day for our WA athletes with more medals finding their way into Sandgroper hands.
Ben Smith and Mitchell Woodcock
The Diamonds have won Australia's 1000th Commonwealth Games gold medal, beating Jamaica 55-51 in a thrilling netball final.
The Diamonds exacted revenge on Jamaica in the best possible way, winning a thrilling final to land Australia its 1000th all-time Commonwealth Games gold medal.
Mitchell Woodcock & Chris Robinson
It’s the dawning of a new dynasty with the Western Roar becoming the first club in WANL history to win the Open, 20 & Under and Men’s premierships.
Peter Bol will run for gold in the men’s 800m from 2.30am while WA’s Paul Burnett plays for Volleyball gold. And don’t miss the team sport finals featuring Cricket, Netball and Hockey.
It was a massive day for our WA athletes with a number of medals won along with massive semi-final victories. Here’s how every WA athlete fared on day nine.
Australia's Diamonds have exacted ruthless revenge on champions England as they powered into the netball final at the Commonwealth Games with a 60-51 win.
Australia waited four long years for redemption and they didn’t waste a second as they bundled defending champions England out of gold medal contention on their home soil.
The Aussie Diamonds have their chance for revenge against England from 4pm as they take on the 2018 gold medallists in the semi-final and Australia will play New Zealand in the cricket semis from 1am.
Australia will seek revenge following their epic gold medal loss to England four years ago when they clash in the Commonwealth Games netball semi-final.
England have beaten reigning world champions New Zealand 54-44 to book a Commonwealth Games netball semi-final against Australia.
From controversial losses to shock upsets, it was an action-packed day for our WA athletes. See how every WA athlete fared on Day 7.
West Coast Fever star Jhaniele Fowler has inspired Jamaica to a stunning 57-55 upset of netball world No.1 Australia to snatch top spot in their pool at the Commonwealth Games.
Nina Kennedy has flown the flag for WA on day five in Birmingham while Jesse Wagstaff and Greg Hire came oh so close to the gold medal.
Carly Laden and Bryce Luff
Diamonds star defender Sunday Aryang has admitted she is still in shock to be representing Australia at the Commonwealth Games after the squad cruised to a 79-33 win over Wales.
WA’s Nina Kennedy will get her shot at Comm Games glory from 2am as she looks to back up last month’s World Championships bronze while Cody Simpson will have his first crack at individual gold in the Butterfly.
Australian netballer Paige Hadley has limped off early in the Commonwealth Games pool win over South Africa with a leg injury.
A fierce rivalry between the WA Netball League’s top contenders is set to come to a head in a big way with history-making opportunities on the line.
It’s been another massive day at the Commonwealth Games, and the WA athletes have been in the thick of it, from Hockey and 3x3 Basketball to lighting up the pool.
Australia had little trouble dispatching Scotland 83-30 in their second Commonwealth Games netball match.
After stumbling in the semi-finals, Western Roar have fought back in a big way by overcoming a valiant effort by the Curtin Hamersley Comets by 14 goals to make the WANL grand final.
Australia's hunt for netball Commonwealth Games gold has started perfectly, with Gretel Bueta starring in a thumping 95-18 win over Barbados.
The Australian netball team will kick off their Commonwealth Games campaign against Barbados with coach Stacey Marinkovich expecting an 'unorthodox' test.
Diamonds coach Stacey Marinkovich knows there’s pressure on her Australian side as they look to avenge their silver medal performance on the Gold Coast in 2018.
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