Australia 7s team face Fiji for women’s gold medal, as New Zealand and Canada battle for bronze . An action-packed second day of Commonwealth Games rugby sevens saw Australia and Fiji reach Sunday’s women’s gold medal match after a pair of pulsating semi-finals played in front of a vibrant atmosphere in a packed Coventry Stadium in England.
Men’s semi-finals line-up is New Zealand v Fiji and Australia v South Africa . Vibrant crowd of more than 25,000 fans create carnival atmosphere inside Coventry Stadium . Finals day kicks off at 10:30 on Sunday with men’s semi-finals at 12:42, the evening session sees the women’s gold medal match at 20:38 followed by men’s at 21:04 (all times BST)
Commonwealth Games Rugby Women’s Gold Medal
|Game||Australia 7s v Fiji 7s|
|Television||SKY Sports & Foxtel Now|
The 2022 Commonwealth Games, commonly known as Birmingham 2022, will be held in Birmingham, England from 28 July to 8 August, 2022, with the men’s and women’s rugby sevens to be played on 29-31 July with two sessions played on all three match days.
An action-packed second day of Commonwealth Games rugby sevens saw Australia and Fiji reach Sunday’s women’s gold medal match after a pair of pulsating semi-finals played in front of a vibrant atmosphere in a packed Coventry Stadium in England.
Meanwhile the semi-finalists of the men’s competition were decided as Olympic champions Fiji and reigning world and Commonwealth champions New Zealand will go head to head in Sunday’s first semi-final. Current HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series leaders South Africa will face Australia, winners of the last round of the World Series in London in May to complete an exciting semi-final line-up.
2022 Commonwealth Games Rugby 7s Women’s Gold Medal Live Stream & TV Telecast?
All of the men’s Commonwealth Games Rugby 7s Women’s Gold Medal rugby sevens games on Saturday will be broadcast live in India on the Sony TEN 1, Sony TEN 2, Sony TEN 3, Sony SIX, and Sony TEN 4 networks from Birmingham. The Sony LIV app and website will stream the games live, making it simple for Indian fans to keep up with the action as it happens.
|India||Sony Pictures Sports Network|
|New Zealand||Sky NZ|