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Commonwealth Games 2022 LIVE Updates: India retain men’s team gold with 3-1 win over Singapore

Harmeet Desai raised his game in the decisive singles as the Indian men’s table tennis team retained its Commonwealth Games gold medal after a close fight against Singapore on Tuesday. world no. 121 Harmeet outsmarted 133rd-ranked Zhe Yu Clarence Chew 11-8, 11-5, 11-6 in the third singles to ensure India’s third gold men’s team medal in CWG history.

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Lawn Bowl: Women’s Triples – Section C – Round 2

England are dominating the clash here as India trail 5-11 at the moment. The Indian women’s started the game on a high but losing the way now.

Squash: Saurav Ghosal in Action

Saurav Ghosal started the game on an attacking note but he is trailing 4-3 at the moment. He is trying to play long rallies with New Zealand’s Paul Coll. Ghosal has been outstanding with his backhand shots.

CWG 2022 Live Updates Lawn Bowl: Men’s Fours – Section C – Round 1

India are trailing 1-3 at the moment against Fiji in round 1 of section C. Sunil Bahadur, Navneet Singh, Chandan Kumar Singh and Dinesh Kumar are representing India.

Vikas Thakur

Vikas Thakur wins silver in men’s 96kg weightlifting with a total of 346kg (155kg in snatch + 191kg in clean and jerk).

a big moment

India wins gold in table tennis men’s team event

IND 1-3 ENG at fulltime

India lose 1-3 against England in women’s hockey Pool A match in Birmingham

CWG 2022 table-tennis LIVE updates: Sathiyan helps India regain lead

CWG 2022 hockey LIVE score: IND 0-1 ENG at halftime

The Indian women’s hockey team are trailing by one goal in their Pool A match against hosts England. IND 0-1 ENG at halftime

Sharath Kamal disappoints

With this result both India and Singapore are back on level terms.

Sharath Kamal struggles

Sharath Kamal is trailing 2-1 against Chew as India lead Singapore 1-0.

India win their 1st ever CWG Gold medal in Lawn Bowls

Indian quartet of Lovely, Pinki, Nayanmoni & Rupa beat South African team 17-10 in Women’s Fours Final.

India close to gold medal

India builds on the momentum and take a five point lead after end 14. IND 15-10 SA

Lawn Bowls final: India regain advantage after end 13. IND 12-10 SA

Table Tennis final LIVE score

  • The Indian pair have won the opening two games 13-11, 11-7.
  • The third game is underway and India are leading 3-0 at the moment.

Lawn Bowls final: South Africa level scores

South Africa have gained another two points to level the scores.

Dutee Chand will not feature in the women’s 100m semifinal after finishing 27th out of 48 sprinters

Dutee Chand fails to qualify for women’s 100m semifinals

India’s sprinter Dutee Chand finished 4th in her heat with a timing of 11.55s in heat 5 of women’s 100m. The top tree from each heat and the next three fastest at the end of six heats qualify for the semis.

Lawn Bowls

India extends its lead to 8-2 vs South Africa in women’s fours gold medal match

Lawn Balls – Women’s Fours

India and South Africa in neck-and-neck competition and stand at 2-2 now

Advait Page and Kushagra Rawat move to 1,500m freestyle swimming men’s final

Weightlifter Punam Yadav finishes last in 76kg category after faltering in clean and jerk

South Africa leads 2-1 against India in lawn bowls after End 2

Lawn Bowls Women’s Fours final

‘Fab Four’ of Nayanmoni Saikia, Pinki, Lovely Choubey, Rupa Rani Tirkey are in action against South Africa in hunt for gold in the summit clash.

India defeats New Zealand 15-11 in Lawn Bowls – Women’s Triples – Round 1

Srihari Nataraj finishes 9th in 200m backstroke heat. He is the reserve for the finals

Sreeshankar becomes first jumper to breach 8m mark in qualifying event; qualifies for long jump final

India’s Muhammed Anees Yahiya qualifies for Men’s Long Jump Final

I have registered a jump of 7.68m in qualification

Women’s 76kg weightlifting event featuring India’s Punam Yadav underway

Also scheduled today:

  • Vikas Thakur (Men’s 96Kg) – Final
  • Usha Bannur Kumara (Women’s 87Kg) – Final

All about ‘Lawn Bowls’

Matches are played on a Lawn Bowls Green within a ‘rink’ area – there are usually six rinks per green. The match begins with a coin toss, giving one competitor the option to roll a small ball called the ‘jack’ at least 23 meters down the green. Competitors take it in turns to roll their bowls, aiming to ensure they are closer to the jack than any of those of their opponent. Points are awarded for each bowl that is closest to the jack. In singles competition, the first to score 21 points will win, whereas in pairs, triples and fours competition, the team that has amassed the most points in total will secure the victory. (Commonwealth Games Birmingham 2022 website)

Going for the gold: lawn bowls team manager

The Indian Women’s Four aim for the gold in today’s final against South Africa in the Commonwealth Games lawn bowls competition, team manager Anju Luthra said yesterday. “We have won the medal after 12 years of hard work. On occasions, we had missed the medal by one bowl, in the quarterfinal, or the semifinal. But this year we proved it and we are on the podium, but we would like to convert into the gold and we will try our level best to create history on history,” Anju Luthra said.

Top 10 in CWG 2022 so far

CWG Medal Tally

1. Australia – 71 (Gold:31, Silver 20, Bronze 20)
2. England – 54 (Gold:21, Silver 22, Bronze 11)
3. New Zealand – 24 (Gold:13, Silver 7, Bronze 4)

6. India – 9 (Gold:3, Silver 3, Bronze 3)

India’s schedule at the Commonwealth Games Day 5


  • 200m backstroke – heat 2 Srihari Natraj (3.04pm)
  • 1500m freestyle – heat 1 – Advait Page (4.10 pm)
  • 1500m freestyle – heat 2 – Kushagra Rawat (4.28pm)

Artistic Gymnastics:

  • Final Vault – Satyajit Mondal – 5.30pm
  • Parallel Bars finals – Saif Sadak Tamboli (6.35pm)


  • Mixed Team Gold Medal Match – India vs. Malaysia (10:00 p.m.)


  • 63.5kg-67kg (welterweight) – round of 16 – Rohit Tokas (11.45pm)

Lawn Bowl:

  • Fours Gold medal match – (4.15 PM)
  • Pair Round 1 – (1 MP)
  • Triples Round 1 – (1 PM)


  • Singles round 1 – (4.15 pm)
  • Four round 1 – (8.45 pm)
  • Triple round 2 – (8.45 pm)


  • Women’s Pool A – India v England – (06.30pm)


  • Long Jump qualifying round – M Sreeshankar, Muhammad Anees Yahiya – (2.30 pm)
  • High jump qualifying round – Tejaswini Shakar – 12.03 am (Wednesday)


  • Discus throw final – Seema Punia, Navjeet Kaur Dhillon – 12.52 am (Wednesday)
  • Women’s Shot Put Qualifying Round – Manpreet Kaur – (3:30 pm)
  • Women’s 100m Round 1 – Dutee Chand – (5:15 p.m. onwards)


  • Women’s singles plate semi-finals – Sunayna Sara Kuruvilla – 8.30 pm
  • Men’s singles semi-final – Saurav Ghosal 9.15pm

Table Tennis:

  • Men’s Gold Medal Match – India vs. Singapore (6:00 p.m. IST)


  • 76kg – Punam Yadav (2pm)
  • 87kg – Usha Bannaur NK – (11pm)


  • 96 kg – Vikas Thakur – (06.30 pm). SG SG

PM Modi congratulates Indian weightlifter Harjinder Kaur

I will like to congratulate Indian weightlifters and all other players of the Commonwealth Games. There’s scope that we’ll win more medals. Our hopes have been ascended, and we’ll be winning more accolades in the coming time.

– Anurag Thakur, Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports

President Droupadi Murmu congratulates Shushila Devi for winning silver medal in judo

Moments from Day 4

  • Indian women’s Lawn Bowls players created history on Monday as they confirmed the nation’s first-ever medal in the sport by reaching the final of the Women’s Fours event by defeating New Zealand in the semi-final.
  • Judoka Shushila Devi won a silver medal in the 48kg category after losing to South Africa’s Michaela Whitebooi
  • Vijay Kumar Yadav added a bronze in 60kg judo event after defeating Cyprus’ Petros Christodoulides via Ippon after qualifying through repechage
  • Harjinder Kaur clinched the bronze medal in the women’s 71kg weightlifting competition after a dramatic climax as Nigeria’s Joy Eze was knocked out following three failed attempts in the clean and jerk category
  • Table Tennis player Sathiyan Gnanasekaran beat Olajide Omotayo 11-9, 4-11, 11-6, 11-8 in the semi-final clash
  • Mixed badminton team entered the final riding on Lakshya Sen’s brilliance against reigning world champion Loh Kean Yew and blanked Singapore 3-0. The men’s doubles pairing of Satwiksairaj Reddy and Chirag Shetty gave India the lead in the semifinal with a 21-11, 21-12 win and two-time Olympic medalist PV Sindhu defetaed 19th-ranked Jia Min Yeo to extend India’s lead to 2-0 .


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