Network Ten Commonwealth Games coverage

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Network Ten will deliver a comprehensive coverage of the XX Commonwealth Games direct from Glasgow, Scotland 24 hours a day across TEN, ONE & www.tenplay.com.au commencing with the colour, culture and excitement of the Opening Ceremony from 5.30am, Thursday July 24 (AEST). After Her Majesty the Queen declares the Games officially open in the early hours of Thursday morning on home soil, it is down to business on the pristine greens of the Kelvingrove Lawn Bowls Centre as 17 Aussie bowlers begin their campaign in the bid for the ten gold medals on offer during nine days of competition. Network Ten will provide a wall-to-wall coverage of all the action across the 17 sports including the lawn bowls competition. The broadcast schedule provided to Bowls Australia details some key highlight events that the official broadcaster have earmarked for coverage of the lawn bowls competition specifically medal play-off matches but with high expectations of our how our team will perform in Glasgow, these proposed spots within the coverage could extend to more disciplines on additional days. Here is the proposed bowls coverage as advised by Network Ten; Day 3 on ONE – no event/disciplines specified (Broadcast period: 6.00pm-8.30pm AEST)) Day 4 on TEN – Women’s Fours MEDALS (10pm – 3.00am) Day 5 on ONE – Men’s Triples MEDALS (6.00pm-9.30pm) Day 8 on ONE – Triples MEDALS (6.00pm-9.30pm) Day 8 on TEN – Women’s Triples FINALS (3.00am-8.30am) Day 9 on ONE – Women’s Pairs MEDALS (6.00pm-8.30pm) Day 9 on TEN – Men’s Singles MEDALS (8.30pm-3.00am) Day 9 on TEN – Men’s Singles MEDALS (3.00am-8.30am) Any changes to this schedule as we are advised by the official broadcaster will be posted here at www.bowlsaustralia.com.au and via our social media platforms – www.twitter.com/bowlsaustralia and www.facebook.com/bowlsaustralia For the entire bowls competition schedule at the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games, click here