The ongoing 2018 Commonwealth Games holding in Gold Coast will advance into Day 6 on April 10 and Team Nigeria are poised to add to their medal haul at the games .
A lot of activities are packed up for Nigeria’s representatives at the Games on Friday.
2:15am >> Men’s 400m Hurdles Heat 1 – Henry Okorie
2:23am >> Men’s 400m Hurdles Round 1 – Mohamed Alowonle
2:50am >> Women’s 400m Hurdles Heat 1 – Rita Ossai
2:58am >> Women’s 400m Hurdles Heat 2 – Glory Nathaniel
3:20am >> Women’s 200m Heat 1 – Praise Idamadudu
4:05am >> Men’s 200m Heat 1 – Emmanuel Arowolo
10:35am >> Women’s Triple Jump Final – Blessing Ibrahim
11:40am >> Women’s Hammer Throw Final – Queen Obisesan
12:24pm >> Women’s 400m Semifinal 2 – Yinka Ajayi
11.00am >> Men Qualifying final – Nigeria vs Scottland
1:30am >> Men’s Lightweight Final – Paul Kehinde and Roland Ezuruike
5:30am >> Women’s Lightweight Final – Esther Oyema and Lucy Ejike
7:00am >> Women’s Heavyweight Final – Ndidi Nwosu
10:45am >> Men’s Heavyweight Final – Abdulazeez Ibrahim
1:10am >> Men’s Singles Group 5 – Bode Abiodun vs Rene Benjamin [Sierra Leone]
10:10am >> Men’s Singles Group 5 – Bode Abiodun vs Nooa Takooa [Kiribati]
4.30am >> Women’s TT6-10 Singles Group – Faith Obazuaye vs Andrea McDonnell [Australia]
7:30am >> Men’s TT6-10 Singles Group match – Temitope Ogunsanya vs Theo Cogill [South Africa]
You can catch all actions on SuperSports channels (231,232,233). The Games will also be aired on terrestrial channel NTA Sports 24.
You can also follow Jollof Sports social media handles – Facebook and Twitter – and the news feed for updates of Team Nigeria’s activities.