There was a lot of exciting action in store on the sixth day of the multi-sport event.

Indian athletes continued their excellent performance at the ongoing 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. The contingent delivered a mixed-bag performance on Tuesday where it had to settle for a silver in Badminton, but won gold in Lawn Bowls and Table Tennis. Picking up on their performance, the athletes were impressive on Wednesday too. Lovepreet and Gurdeep Singh added to the medals for India in weightlifting. Saurav Ghosal and Tejaswin Shankar clinched historic bronze in Squash and Athletics respectively, while Tulika Maan bagged silver in Judo.

There was a lot of action in Lawn Bowls and Para Table Tennis. Indian men’s hockey team was also very dominant in their fixture against Canada in Pool B. The women’s hockey team won a crucial tie against Canada in their quest for a medal. 

Here is a roundup of Indian results from Day 6 of the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham:

Lawn Bowls

Mridul Borgohain 21-5 Chris Locke (Falkland Islands) – Men’s Singles

India 23-6 Niue – Women’s Pair

Mridul Borgohain 21-19 Ian Mclean (Scotland) – Men’s Singles

India 16-16 South Africa – Women’s Pair

Cook Islands 1020 India – Men’s Fours

India 28-7 Niue – Women’s Triple

India 3-15 England – Men’s Fours 

Boxing

Nitu Ganghas winner by ABD (abandon) vs Nicole Clyde (Northern Ireland) – Medal Assured – Women’s 48 KG Quarter-Finals

Hussam Uddin Mohammed 4-1 Tryagain Morning Ndevelo (Nambia) – Medal Assured – Men’s 57 KG Quarter-Finals

Nikhat Zareen 5-0 Helen Jones (Wales) – Medal Assured – Women’s 48–50 KG Quarter-Finals

Lovlina Borgohain 2-3 Rosie Eccles (Wales) – Women’s 64–70 KG Quarter-Finals

Ashish Kumar 1-4 Aaron Bowen (England) – Men’s 75–80 KG Quarter-Finals

Weightlifting

Lovepreet Singh – 355 KG (163 S + 192 C&J) – BRONZE MEDAL – Men’s 109KG

Purnima Pandey – 6th – 228KG (103 S + 125 C&J) – Women’s 87+ KG Final

Gurdeep Singh – 390KG (167S + 223C&J) – BRONZE MEDAL – Men’s 109+ KG

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Judo

Tulika Maan IPP 10-0s2 Tracy Durhone – Women’s +78 KG Quarter-Finals

Tulika Maan IPP 10s1-1 Sydnee Andrews (NZL) – Women’s +78 KG Semi-Finals

Sarah Adlington (SCO) IPP 10-1s2 Tulika Maan – SILVER MEDAL – Women’s 78KG Final

Deepak Deswal IPP 10s2-0s3 Erick Jean Sebastian (Cameroon) – Men’s +100 KG Round of 16

Deepak Deswal IPP 0s3-10 Harry Lovell-Hewitt (ENG) – Men’s +100 KG Quarter-Finals

Para Table Tennis

Bhavina Hashmukhbhai Patel 3 -1 Daniela Di Toro (Aus) – Women’s Singles Class 3 – 5 Group 1

Sonalben Manubhai Patel 3-1 Sue Bailey (England) – Women’s Singles Class 3 – 5 Group 2

Baby Sahana Ravi 0-3 Faith Obazuaye (Nigeria) – Women’s Singles Class 6 – 10 Group 1

Raj Aravindan Alagar 3-2 George Wyndham (Sierra) – Men’s Singles Class 3 – 5 Group 2

Baby Sahana Ravi 2-3 Gloria Gracia Wong Sze (Malaysia) – Women’s Singles Class 6 – 10 Group 1

Bhavina Hashmukhbhai Patel 3-0 Christiana Ikpeoyi (Nigeria) – Women’s Singles Class 3 – 5 Group 1

Sonalben Manubhai Patel 3-0 Amanda Jane Tscharke (Australia) – Women’s Singles Class 3 – 5 Group 2

Raj Aravindan Alagar 1-3 Isau Ogunkunle (Nigeria) – Men’s Singles Class 3 – 5 Group 1

Hockey

India 3-2 Canada – Women’s Pool A Match

India 8-0 Canada – Men’s Pool B Match

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Squash

Joshana Chinappa/Harinder 2-1 Kuruppu Yeheni/Laksiri Ravindu (Sri Lanka) – Mixed Doubles Round of 32

Sourav Ghosal 3-0 James Willstrop (ENG) – BRONZE MEDAL – Men’s Singles Medal Match

Cricket

India vs Barbados – Women’s T20 – India won by 100 runs

Athletics

Tejaswin Shankar – BRONZE MEDAL (2.22m) – High Jump Finals

Manpreet Kaur – Women’s Shot Put Final – 12th (15.59)

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