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Commonwealth Games 2014, Day 10

Babita Kumari and Vinesh felicitated

Boxing

Devendro Laishram will be in the ring against Paddy Barnes of Northern Ireland in Men’s Light Fly (49kg) Final @ 1915 IST


Boxing

Laishram Sarita Devi settles for silver as she loses to Shelley Watts of Australia in Women’s Light (57-60kg) Final


Boxing
Shelley Watts of Australia wins third round to make it 2-1 against Laishram Sarita Devi in Women’s Light (57-60kg) Final


Boxing
Shelley Watts of Australia bounces back to win second round against Laishram Sarita Devi in Women’s Light (57-60kg) Final


Boxing
Laishram Sarita Devi takes first round against Shelley Watts of Australia in Women’s Light (57-60kg) Final


India’s P V Sindhu in action against Canada’s Michelle LI in the Women’s Singles Badminton semifinal match during the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, ScotlandCWG 2014


Glasgow 2014 medallists wrestlers Babita Kumari and Vinesh being felicitated Maruti Kamgar Union in Gurgaon on Saturday.Babita Kumari and Vinesh felicitated

Boxing

Laishram Sarita Devi will be up against Shelley Watts of Australia in Women’s Light (57-60kg) Final


Hockey

India men’s hockey team reach final of the CWG with a 3-2 win over New Zealand in the semifinal


Diving

Siddharth Pardeshi qualifies for Men’s 10m Platform Final


Hockey

Akashdeep Singh scores a superb field goal to help India lead New Zealand 3-2 in men’s semifinal


Hockey

Ramandeep Singh strikes a brilliant field goal to make it 2-2 for India against New Zealand in men’s semifinal


Badminton

Jwala Gutta/Ashwini Ponnappa assured of silver as the Indian duo beat L Y Lim/L Pei Jing of


Malaysia 21-7, 21-12 in Women’s Doubles Semifinal


Badminton

P V Sindhu will vie for bronze medal against Jing Yi Tee of Malaysia @ 2130 ISTCWG 2014


Badminton

R V Gurusaidutt will face Rajiv Ouseph of England in Men’s Singles Bronze Medal Match @ 2130 IST


Hockey

New Zealand lead India 2-1 at half-time in men’s semifinal


Badminton

Jwala Gutta/Ashwini Ponnappa win first game 21-7 against L Y Lim/L Pei Jing of Malaysia in Women’s Doubles Semifinal


Hockey

Stand-in skipper Rupinder Singh converts penalty stroke in 27th minute to reduce the margin to 1-2 against New Zealand in semifinal


Badminton

Jwala Gutta/Ashwini Ponnappa in action against L Y Lim/L Pei Jing of Malaysia in Women’s Doubles Semifinal


Table Tennis

Sharath Kamal Achanta locks horn with Liam Pitchford of England for bronze medal @ 2250 IST


Hockey

Nick Haig converts penalty corner in 17th minute to make it 2-0 for New Zealand against India in men’s semifinal


Gurusaidutt misses out to make it all Indian badminton singles final in Glasgow


Badminton

R V Gurusaidutt loses to D Wong of Singapore 21-16, 19-21, 15-21 in Men’s Singles Semifinal. Wong to face Parupalli Kashyap in final


Table Tennis

Jian Zhan of Singapore thrashes Sharath Kamal Achanta 4-0 in Men’s Singles Semifinal 2


Table Tennis

Sharath Kamal Achanta concedes another game to trail 0-3 against Jian Zhan of Singapore in Men’s Singles Semifinal 2


Hockey

Simon Child strikes early in second minute to New Zealand 1-0 lead against India in men’s semifinal


Table Tennis

Sharath Kamal trails 0-2 against Jian Zhan of Singapore in Men’s Singles Semifinal 2


Hockey

India men’s team is up against New Zealand in semifinal. Winner will meet Australia in final


Badminton

D Wong of Singapore fights back to win second game against R V Gurusaidutt in Men’s Singles Semifinal


Table Tennis

Sharath Kamal loses first game to Jian Zhan of Singapore in Men’s Singles Semifinal 2


Table Tennis

Sharath Kamal Achanta will be in action against Jian Zhan of Singapore in Men’s Singles Semifinal 2


Badminton

R V Gurusaidutt wins first game 21-16 against D Wong of Singapore in Men’s Singles Semifinal


Badminton

R V Gurusaidutt wins first game 21-16 against D Wong of Singapore in Men’s Singles Semifinal


Australia defeat England 4-1 to reach men’s hockey final.


Badminton women’s singles semifinal: India’s PV Sindhu loses to Canada’s Michelle Li 22-20, 22-20.


Weightlifting

India’s Sakina Khatun wins the bronze medal in women’s lightweight powerlift. Nigeria’s Esther Oyema wins the gold and England’s Natalie Blake takes the silver.


India’s Parupalli Kashyap beats England’s Rajiv Ouseph 18-21, 21-17 and 21-18 to reach men’s singles badminton final.


It has been 32 years that India took a gold medal in badminton men’s singles at the Commonwealth Games and Kashyap is two points away from reaching the final.


Men’s singles badminton semifnal: India’s Parupalli Kashyap fights back to win the second game 21-17 against England’s Rajiv Ouseph.


Table tennis ends with three golds to be decided in men’s singles, women’s doubles and mixed doubles.


Jamaica boast 1.98m goal shooter Jhaniele Fowler-Reid and 1.96m attacker Romelda Aiken.


England had pushed world champions Australia to a 49-48 loss in the preliminary rounds.


Australia and New Zealand have won every netball gold medal since the sport joined the Commonwealth Games in 1998 so England will be desperate to cause an upset.


Back-up shooters Jodi Brown and Ellen Halfpenny have struggled with their accuracy so the Kiwis will be desperate to have Tutaia and Latu fit to play.


Joshana Chinappa and Dipika Pallikal of India celebrate their win in the first set of the women’s doubles Squash semifinal match against Rachael Grinham and Kasey Brown of Australia during the 2014 Commonwealth Games in GlasgowCWG 2014


In the netball semifinals, champions New Zealand take on England while Australia tackle Jamaica.


Men’s singles badminton semifnal: England’s Rajiv Ouseph wins the first game 21-18 against India’s Parupalli Kashyap.


The Aussies have reached the semifinals by scoring 22 goals and conceding just three.


Sally Pearson, centre, of Australia smiles as she reacts to winning the women’s 100 meter hurdle race in Hampden Park stadium during the Commonwealth Games 2014 in Glasgow, ScotlandAP8_2_2014_000038A


Australia also face England in the men’s semifinals and will be overwhelming favourites having won every hockey gold medal since the sport was introduced in 1998.


have scored 32 goals and conceded just one at the Glasgow tournament and boast the top scorer in Jodie Kenny who has nine goals.


Silver medallist India’s Sharath Kamal Achanta and Amalraj Anthony Arputharaj pose for photographs after the Men’s Doubles Table Tennis final match during the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, ScotlandCWG 2014


India won two silver medals and one bronze on the ninth day to remain steady at the fifth position in the medals tally as Indian pugilists stole the limelight.

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