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Commonwealth Games 2022 Live Day 6: Lovepreet Singh bags bronze, Tulika Maan in SF; women's hockey team through to semis

  CWG 2022 Live Day 6: Lovepreet Singh claims bronze with a total lift of 355Kg in the Men’s 109Kg Final. The Indian women's hockey team has reached the semi-final and Tulika Mann is the second from the country to be assured of a medal in judo. CWG 2022 Live Day 6: Weightlifter Lovepreet Singh bags bronze in the Men's 109kg category with a total lift of 355kg. After an action-filled fifth day that saw India capturing some medals and making history in Lawn Bowls, the country will be looking to add a few more in sports such as cricket, boxing, hockey, judo and weightlifting. The action kicked off with Lawn Bowls, with Men's Singles player Mridul Borgohain taking on Chris Locke of Falkland Islands in his second game after a loss in the first one to Shannon Mcilroy of New Zealand. India's Lovepreet Singh then bagged a medal in Men's 109 kg weightlifting, while India's Para Table Tennis contingent will started its campaign with Bhavina Patel's comfortable win. The Indian Men's and Women's Hockey team will continue their campaign against Canada, and the cricket women's side will lock horns with Barbados in their final group stage match. The winner of that game will directly qualify for the semi-finals. Boxer Lovlina Borgohain, the Tokyo Olympics 2020 medalist will begin her campaign against Rosie Eccles of Wales in Over 64-70 kg category QFs. With an aim for more medals in the sport, weightlifter Purnima Pandey will be in action in the Women's 87 kg category.


WEIGHTLIFTING: Lovepreet Singh bags bronze in the Men's 109kg category with a total lift of 355kg.

JUDO: Tulika Mann assured of at least silver after reaching women's +78kg final

HOCKEY: India women's team beat Canada 3-2, through to semi-finals