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Commonwealth GamesGrandstand


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Further coverage of today's events begins with the men's hockey match between England and Wales, followed by the quarter-finals of the boxing, with commentary by Jim Neilly and Richie Woodhall.
The judo competition gets underway, and Scotland's John Buchanan is among the front-runners for the men's 60kgtitle, while England's
Georgina Singleton is one of the favourites for the women's 52kg crown. Commentary from
Harry Gration and Nicola Fairbrother.
In addition, there's the finals of the women's four in bowls, the women's table tennis team event, the men's and women's singles squash semi-finals and the men's 56kgweightlifting event. Tony Gubba , Lisa Opie and Matt Chilton commentate.
Introduced by John Inverdale and Hazel Irvine , with Garth Crooks and Garry Richardson.
Plus, coverage of the Prestige
Stakes at 3.50 on the first day of Glorious Goodwood.
(S- not racing) BBCi: digital viewers can press the red handset button to follow their favourite sport or competitor either in the pool, trackside, in the field or on the pitch


Commentary By: Jim Neilly
Commentary By: Richie Woodhall.
Unknown: John Buchanan
Unknown: Georgina Singleton
Unknown: Harry Gration
Unknown: Nicola Fairbrother.
Unknown: Tony Gubba
Unknown: Lisa Opie
Unknown: Matt Chilton
Introduced By: John Inverdale
Introduced By: Hazel Irvine
Unknown: Garth Crooks
Unknown: Garry Richardson.

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Commonwealth GamesGrandstand

BBC One London, 30 July 2002 15.45

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