Jamaica’s athletes continue to mine medals at the Commonwealth Games, in Australia with a silver a short while ago from Sherika Jackson in the 200-metre finals.

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Shaunae Miller-Uibo of the Bahamas copped gold in 22.9 seconds.

Janieve Russell gave the country its 4th gold when she stopped the clock at 54.33-seconds to win the 400-metres hurdles.

Her Compatriots Ronda Whyte finished 4th and Ristananna Tracey 8th.

In the men’s race, Jaheel Hyde pocketed the bronze with a time of 49.16-seconds.

Meanwhile, all three Jamaicans advanced to the final of the women’s 100-metres hurdles.

Danielle Williams posted 12.69-seconds to win semi-finals-2, with Yanique Thomas 2nd.

In semi-finals-1, Megan Simmonds was third.

Natoya Goule finished second in the women’s 800-metres to advance to the final.

Daniel Thomas-Dodd threw 16.89-metres to qualify for the finals of the women’s shot put.

Fedrick Dacres and Travis Smikle both advanced to the final of the men’s discus.

Dacres advance with a throw of 66.20-metres, while smikle threw 64.69-metres to qualify.

And in the men’s squash doubles, Jamaica’s pair of Chris Binnie and Lewis Walters beat Alexander Fraser and Jacob Kelly of the Cayman Islands 11-3, 11-7.