Today’s Commonwealth Games schedule, Day 9: Watch live broadcasts and coverage of New Zealand v Jamaica on netball on Channel 7 as Australia’s athletics, cricket, hockey teams aim to add to the medal tally

There are still plenty of highlights even though Australia are without gold for the first time in the game.

Daniel Golubovic announces himself in Aussie Athletics by producing a stunning performance in the decathlon final event, the 1500m run, to secure silver in the decathlon.

The Australian dominated the race from the start and took the lead on the final lap to take a superb win in 20 seconds.

Compatriot Cedric Dubler faded late to finish seventh, but was enough to hold on to bronze.

Australian Decathlets Daniel Golubovic and Cedric Dubler celebrate their podium. (Photo by Dean Lewins/AAP) Credit: AP

Diver Brittany O’Brien wins silver on the women’s 1m jumpboard.

The Australian dived consistently throughout five rounds to score 279.60, 12.15 points behind winner Mia Jolie Doucet Vallee of Canada.

Nearly 24 hours after winning Australia’s first medal in the diving program, Li Shixin teamed up with Sam Fricker for the bronze medal in the Men’s 3m Synchonised Springboard event.

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

After a slow start, the Aussie pair saved their best dive for last with 84.36 and 81.00 to move up to bronze.

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

They finished just over a point behind Canada with British pair Matthew Lee and Noah Williams taking the gold.

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

Following his win over South Africa’s Edward Lessing, Lawrence revealed that he had carried a torn LCL over the last three wrestlings, including this one.

Watch more about this in the video below

Amazing Australian wrestler injury revelation

Amazing Australian wrestler injury revelation

“In the Pakistan match I got a bit of an injury; tore my LCL, so I’m kind of (blocked) there. So in the last two wrestling I had to fight it out,” he told Channel 7.

Australia gymnast Alexandra Kiroi-Bogatyreva has held out for a bronze medal in the individual all-around rhythmic gymnastics final.

Kiroi-Bogatyreva closed her individual all-around campaign with 26,600 for the ribbon to put her in the bronze medal spot.

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