Birmingham: Indian boxers have bagged six medals for the country in the Commonwealth Games boxing event. On Thursday (Thursday), India’s Amit Panghal, Jasmin and Sagar Ahlawat won their respective categories and sealed their medals by writing their names in the final four. As Nikhat Zareen, Neetu Ganghas and Mohammad Hasmuddin entered the semis on Wednesday, at least six medals for India in boxing have become ripe.
Kady Evans of Seychelles in the quarter finals of the 92 kg category
22-year-old Sagar from Haryana cruised to a 5-0 win over Seychelles’ KD Evans Agnes in the quarter-finals of the men’s super heavyweight +92kg category. Earlier, Gold Coast Commonwealth Games silver medalist Amit Panghal won the flyweight quarter-final by unanimous decision against Scotland’s Lennon Mulligan. Jasmin then defeated New Zealand’s Try Garten by a 4–1 split decision in the quarter-finals of the women’s lightweight category. India’s Nikhat Zareen 50kg, Neetu Ganghas 48kg and Mohammad Hasmuddin have already sealed their medals by reaching the semi-finals of the 57kg category. India’s Amit Panghal, Jasmin and Sagar Ahlawat also reached the semi-finals. Already entered in Semi.
Commonwealth Games Cricket: India beat Barbados by 100 runs to enter semis
Jemima Rodrigues’ not out half-century and fast bowler Renuka Singh Thakur’s four-wicket haul helped India beat Barbados by 100 runs in Commonwealth Games Women’s T20 cricket on Wednesday night. In addition to Jemima’s not out fifty, Shefali Verma played an aggressive innings of 43 runs in this match. With this victory, the Indian team booked the semi-final ticket.
In reply, the Barbados team could score only 62 runs for eight wickets
Batting first, the Indian team scored 162 runs for four wickets. In reply, the Barbados team could score only 62 runs for eight wickets. Kishona Knight was the top scorer for Barbados with 16 runs. When from India, Renuka Singh Thakur took four wickets by giving 10 runs in four overs. The Indian team who came to bat first lost the wicket of Smriti Mandhana when there were only five runs on the board in the second over. Jemima and Shefali then put on a 71-run partnership for the second wicket. Shefali played an aggressive innings and was run out by scoring 43 runs in 26 balls with the help of seven fours and one six. Harmanpreet Kaur and Tania Bhatiach got out after scoring zero runs. Jemima and Deepti Sharma then took over the innings. Deepti scored 34 runs from 28 balls and Jemima remained not out scoring 56 runs from 46 balls. Commonwealth Games Cricket: India defeated Barbados by 100 runs and entered the semis.