13th Apr 2018

Stacey in Bronze Play Off Match

With a place in the men's TT6-10 singles final up for grabs, 18 year-old Joshua Stacey had everything to play for in his semi-final against England’s Ross Wilson this morning. 

Stacey is no stranger to competing at the highest level having twice competed at the European Youth Championships, and started strongly against the Englishman winning the first game 12-10.   B

But Wilson found his form in the second match and cruised his way through to the final winning the remaining games 11 – 2, 14 – 12, 11 – 9. 

 Stacey will now play Theo Cogill from South Africa tomorrow for the bronze medal at 4.32 (UK Time).

On the track, Morgan Jones made in impressive Commonwealth Games debut, finishing 4th in the Men's T47 100m Final in a time of 11.93. 

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