Commonwealth Games schedule today, Day 9: Watch live stream and coverage of New Zealand v Jamaica in Channel 7 netball as Australia’s athletics, cricket and hockey teams try to increase medal tally

There were still plenty of highlights despite Australia going out of gold for the first time during the games.

Daniel Golubovic announced himself in Aussie athletics by putting in stunning performances in the last leg of the decathlon, the 1500 meters, to secure silver in the decathlon.

The Aussie dominated the race from the start and went clear on the last lap to win incredibly by 20 seconds.

Countryman Cedric Dubler faded late to finish seventh but did enough to hold onto the bronze.

Australian decathletes Daniel Golubovic and Cedric Dubler celebrate their podium finishes. (Dean Lewins/MONKEY PHOTOS) Credit: MONKEY

Diver Brittany O’Brien won silver in the women’s 1m springboard.

The Aussie dived consistently throughout the five rounds, scoring 279.60, 12.15 points less than winner Mia Jolie Doucet Vallee of Canada.

Just 24 hours after earning the first Australian medal in the diving program, Li Shixin joined Sam Fricker to claim bronze in the Men’s Synchronized 3m Springboard event.

Australian pair of Cassiel Rousseau and Domonic Bedggood took bronze on the synchronized 10m platform.

After a slow start, the Aussie pair saved their best dives for last with an 84.36 and 81.00 to rise to the bronze position.

Brittany O’Brien dives for the silver medal in Birmingham. Credit: Getty Images

They finished just over a point behind the Canadians, with English duo Matthew Lee and Noah Williams taking gold.

Australian wrestler Jayden Lawrence has won the bronze medal in the men’s 86 kg freestyle category, despite tearing a ligament in his knee.

Following his win over South Africa’s Edward Lessing, Lawrence revealed that he had worn a torn LCL for the past three struggles, including this one.

Watch more about this in the video below

The Australian Wrestler’s Incredible Injury Reveal

The Australian Wrestler’s Incredible Injury Reveal

“In the Pakistan match I got injured a bit; tore my LCL so I was there a bit (hampered). So the last two struggles I had to fight it out,” he told Channel 7.

Australian gymnast Alexandra Kiroi-Bogatyreva has won a bronze medal in the individual rhythmic gymnastics final.

Kiroi-Bogatyreva finished her individual all-around campaign with a 26,600 ribbon to take her to the bronze medal position.

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