Following an encouraging performance on Tuesday, August 2, Ghana will be presented an opportunity to make a mark at the ongoing Commonwealth Games on Wednesday, August 3.

Sprinters, Benjamin Azamati and Sean Sarfo-Antwi, made the cut for the semifinals of the men’s 100m event after finishing first and fourth in their respective Heats on Day 6.

Bronze medalist at the 2018 Games, Jessie Lartey lost his fight against England’s Mohammed Harris Akbar while Ghana’s men’s hockey team secured a 1-1 draw against Canada with the women suffering yet another loss.

Here is what to expect on Day 7 of the Games (August 3, 2022).

Day 7 events

18:10 Athletics
100m Semi-finals (Men)

Semi-final 2
Sean Sarfo antwi

Semi-final 3
Benjamin Azamati

Boxing- Quarter Finals (12:00PM)

Over 54-57KG (Featherweight)
Alex Mukuka – New Zealand
Joseph Commey – Ghana

18:30 Over 60kg-63.5Kg (Lt welterweight)
Abdul Wahib Omar – Ghana
Alston Ryan – Antigua and Barbuda

Table Tennis (8:30 am)

Women’s Singles – Group 4

Cynthia Kwabi – Ghana
Karen Lyne – Malaysia

Cynthia Kwabi – Ghana
Rebecca Plaistow – Scotland

Women’s Singles Group 13

15:00 Millicent Ankude – Ghana
Musfiquh Kalam – South Africa

15:45 Men’s Singles Group 13

Emmanuel Asante – Ghana
Jai Chauhan -Fiji

16:10 Men’s Singles 14

Emmanuel Commey – Ghana
Collins Dalgleish – Scotland

9:05 Men’s Singles Group 4

Derek Abrefa – Ghana
MD Rifat Sabbir – Bangladesh

12: 30 Women’s doubles round of 32

Ghana vs Falkland Islands

11 am Judo

Men – 100 KG Elimination RD 16

Harry lovell-Hewitt – England
Victor Ahiavor – Ghana

9:30 Badminton

Men’s Singles Round of 64

Abdul Bangura – Sierra Leone
Ahmed Abdul Samad – Ghana

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