Women’s fours: Elimination finals: AUS (Kelsey Cottrell, Carla Krizanic, Rebecca Van Asch, Natasha Scott) bt SCO (Julie Forrest, Stacey McDougall, Lauren Baillie, Claire Johnston) 17-8; PHI (Hazel Jagonoy, Ronalyn Greenlees, Sonia Bruce, Rosita Bradborn) bt WAL (Anwen Butten, Jess Sims, Kathy Pearce, Emma Woodcock) 19-14. Semi finals: AUS bt NZL (Katelyn Inch, Angela Boyd, Kirsten Edwards, Val Smith) 27-9; ENG (Jamie-Lea Winch, Rebecca Wigfield, Wendy King, Ellen Falkner) bt PHI 18-15.
Final: Tomorrow 9am: Australia (Kelsey Cottrell, Carla Krizanic, Rebecca Van Asch, Natasha Scott) v England (Jamie-Lea Winch, Rebecca Wigfield, Wendy King, Ellen Falkner).
Men’s triples: Elimination finals: AUS (Barrie Lester, Mark Casey, Aron Sherriff) bt SCO (Ronnie Duncan, Iain McLean, Darren Burnett) 16-13, JPN (Hank Sato, Ken Emura, Kenta Hasebe) bt IRE (Simon Martin, Neil Mulholland, Martin McHugh) 16-15. Semi finals: AUS v NZL (Mike Nagy, Blake Signal, Ali Forsyth) 18-10, ENG (Jamie Walker, Andy Knapper, Rob Paxton) bt JPN 18-9.
Final: Tomorrow 1pm: Australia (Barrie Lester, Mark Casey, Aron Sherriff) v England (Jamie Walker, Andy Knapper, Rob Paxton).
Men’s pairs: Elimination finals: SCO (Paul Foster, Alex Marshall) bt MAS (Hizlee Rais, Fairul Muin) 14-12, IRE (Gary Kelly, Ian McClure) bt ENG (Louis Ridout, Sam Tolchard) 17-10. Semi finals: AUS (Brett Wilkie, Aaron Wilson) bt SCO 17-11, IRE bt NZL (Mike Kernaghan, Shannon McIlroy) 17-10.
Final: Sunday: 9am: Australia (Brett Wilkie, Aaron Wilson) v Ireland (Gary Kelly, Ian McClure).
Women’s singles: Elimination finals: Karen Murphy (AUS) bt Siti Zalina Ahmad (MAS) 21-14; Jo Edwards (NZL) v Carmen Anderson (NFI) 21-20. Semi finals: Murphy v Kelly McKerihen (CAN) 21-20, v Lesley Doig (SCO) bt J Edwards 21-17. Final: Sunday 1pm: Karen Murphy (Australia) v Lesley Doig (Scotland).
Photo: After a slow start to these championships in Christchurch, the Australian women’s fours team of Kelsey Cottrell, Natasha Scott, Carla Krizanic and Bec Van Asch, has hits its straps and powered into tomorrow’s gold medal play-off against England. The Jackaroos signified their intentions on the first end of today’s semi final against New Zealand when they plundered an eight.