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Team SA was in action in 11 different sports on Sunday’s day three of competition at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham

RESULTS: How Team SA Fared on Day 3

RESULTS: How Team SA Fared on Day 3


Team SA was in action in 11 different sports on Sunday’s day three of competition at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. Chad Le Clos is looking to win his fourth 200m butterfly title, exactly 10 years to the night he beat American legend Michael Phelps in the London 2012 Olympics. Team SA are playing Fiji for the men’s Sevens rugby gold.


Men’s All-Round final: Muhammad Khaalid finished 14th with a total of 75.700 points. His apparatus scores were 12.200, 13.200, 11.850, 12.900, 13.250, 12.300

Men’s PTVI final: Gavin Kilpatrick (guide: Moodie Casper) finished seventh behind gold medallist David Ellis of England. Kilpatrick finished in 1hr 10min 7sec, which was 12:28 off the winner. He came out the water in eighth, moved up to sixth on the bike and then cross the line in the run in seventh. David Jones (guide: Kennedy Rohan) did not start
Women’s PTVI final: Linsay Engelbrecht (guide: Heimann Trish) finished fifth in 1:23:27, which was 12:55 behind gold medallist Katie Crowhurst of England. Engelbrecht made up ground on the run, after exiting both the swim and bike stages in seventh


Men’s semi-final: South Africa 24 Australia 12
Australia led 12-5 but lost a player to a yellow card on the stroke of half time and SA capitalised when Angelo Davids scored his second try of the match to make it 12-12 at the interval. Shortly afterwards Selvyn Davids scored and converted (19-12) from a charge-down kick. Angelo Davids sealed things in the final minute with his 11th try of the Games for 24-12

Men’s 200m butterfly, heats: Chad Le Clos finished second in his heat in 1:56.85 after leading at halfway and qualified second quickest for the final, which is taking place exactly 10 years to the night he beat Michael Phelps at the 2012 London Olympics

Men’s 50m backstroke, heats: Pieter Coetze, who took 100m gold, won his heat in 24.95 to qualify fastest heading into the semi-finals

Men’s 100m freestyle, heats: Pieter Coetze was seventh in his heat in 50.33 and qualified for the semi-finals in 16th spot, while Guy Brooks was fifth in his heat in 50.68 for 19th overall and he didn’t reach the semi-finals

Women’s 200m breaststroke, heats: Olympic champion Tatjana Schoenmaker won her heat in a fast 2:21.76 to qualify first for the final. It was quicker than the time which won gold at this year’s World Championships. Kaylene Corbett finished second in her heat in 2:25.08 and qualified fourth fastest for the final

Women’s 50m butterfly, heats: Erin Gallagher finished fourth in her heat in 26.96, while birthday girl Rebecca Meder placed fourth in her heat in 27.16. Trinity Hearne was seventh in her heat in 27.83. Gallagher (10th) and Meder (11th) qualified for the semi-finals

All times are local (for SA times add one hour).


5.30pm Mixed Team, quarter-final: Jarred Elliott, Caden Kakora, Robert Summers, Deidre Jordaan and Johanna Scholtz vs India

8.15pm Men’s middleweight (75kg): Simnikiwe Bongco vs Foday Badjie (Gambia)

2.30pm Women’s All-Round final: Caitlin Rooskrantz, Naveen Daries

9pm Pool B: South Africa come up against Australia and are looking to bounce back from a painful opening defeat to Scotland

3pm Para Men’s Pairs B6-B8, Section A, Round 5: Willem Viljoen and Deon van der Vyver vs England
3pm Women’s Fours, quarter-finals: Johanna Snyman, Esme Kruger, Bridgit Calitz and Thabelo Muvhango vs England
3pm Para Women’s Pairs B6-B8, Section A, Round 5: Desiree Levin and Victoria van der Merwe vs New Zealand
6pm Men’s Pairs, quarter-final D: Prince Nelounde, Wayne Rittmuller vs TBD
6pm: Para Mixed Pairs, Section A, Round 1: Tracy Smith, Thomas Smith, Hermanus Scholtz and Johanna van Rooyen vs Scotland

2pm SA vs Barbados. The South Africans went down to Jamaica in their opener and will be determined to get on the winning trail here

6pm Playoff for 7th and 8th: Women’s Sevens vs Sri Lanka
9.04pm: South Africa vs Fiji

7.07pm: Men’s 100m backstroke, semi-final: Pieter Coetze
7.28pm Men’s 200m butterfly, final: Chad Le Clos
7.42pm Men’s SB8 100m breaststroke, final: Christian Sadie
8.05pm Women’s 50m freestyle, final: Erin Gallagher, Emma Chelius
8.22pm: Women’s 200m breaststroke, final: Tatjana Schoenmaker, Kaylene Corbett
8.45pm Women’s 100m backstroke, final: Rebecca Meder
8.51pm: Men’s 100m breaststroke, final: Brenden Crawford
9.13pm: Women’s 4x200m freestyle, final (from Aimee Canny, Dune Coetzee, Erin Gallagher, Michaela Pulford and Rebecca Meder)

2.31pm Mixed Team Relay final

2pm Women’s 59kg: Anneke Spies
6.30pm Men’s 73kg: Jon-Antohein Phillips

4.29pm Men’s Group A: SA vs Malaysia
(Allen Mtatase, Cecil Dumond, Ayabonga Jim and Simanga Mbhele)
8.50pm: Women’s Group B: SA vs Australia
(Aviwe Ngoni, Samkelisiwe Mbatha, Michelle Moganedi and Kelebogile Moeng)

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