Schedule: Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambs athletes in action during day seven of the Commonwealth Games

Laura Massaro. Picture: PA/Martin Rickett Laura Massaro. Picture: PA/Martin Rickett

Wednesday, July 30, 2014
10:13 AM

Great Yarmouth’s Sophie McKinna will be thrust into the limelight this evening as she battles for shot put gold.

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Sophie McKinna, pictured when she was 16. Picture: James Bass.Sophie McKinna, pictured when she was 16. Picture: James Bass.

The talented athlete, 19, went into the Commonwealth Games as one of England’s great medal hopes and now finally gets her chance to show her class in Scotland.

McKinna’s final begins at 8.40pm and is scheduled to finish around 45 minutes later.

Lawn bowls action continues for Fakenham’s Jamie Chestney, with round five of the fours, and Wisbech-born Ellen Falkner taking to the rink in women’s triples action. If her trio progress they will play in tonight’s quarter-finals between 3.45-4.45pm.

Finally, Games medallists Laura Massaro and James Willstrop – who both won silver in their singles events – will be back in squash action as they look to try and taste more glory in Glasgow. The will be in women’s and men’s doubles pools action.

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