Bronze medal for Hinch and England women's hockey team at Commonwealth Games

One of the black spots on Yeelirrie Rd about 60km from Wiluna Township. The sharp curve in the road approaching the cattle grid is set to be straightened

Australia's oldest Commonwealth Games athlete wins last-gasp lawn bowls gold

"I am just so glad", a beaming Mary Kom said after the victory. "I ran with the other ladies of Kenya so we could get a gold medal and what we planned worked... it's fantastic for us".

"I don't have injuries, all I have is minor issues like cramps sometime", she added. He smashed the Games record with a total score of 454.5.

Stridman's win was made even more unbelievable considering the 31-year-old graphic designer tore her anterior cruciate ligament just five-months and came through to win the gold without losing around in her three bouts.

The silver medal they won was India's first from women's doubles table tennis at the Commonwealth Games. I would look to change the colour of the medal next time.

India consolidated their position in the third place of the medals tally with 59 medals overall.

In wrestling, India picked up another four medals on day three of the competition.

Indian wrestlers will also be in action on Saturday with Rio Olympics bronze medallist Sakshi Malik and Vinesh Phogat taking to the ring.

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The Indian duo defeated their opponents 11-5, 11-6, 12-10. The heartbreak of missing the gold left her in tears during the medal ceremony.

"I am disappointed with the result". It's a a strong urge, it's a habit and training makes me happy. "I wanted a gold which could not happen and I have myself to blame. I will be getting it corrected once I am done with the Games and back in India", she said.

In badminton, shuttlers PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal will fight for gold in the women's singles event.

Later, Johnson finished second in Heat 2 of the men's 1,500m with a time of 3 minutes and 47.04 seconds.

However, the Indian boxers are set to bring more medals to the country as Amit Panghal, Gaurav Solanki and Manish Kaushik have all qualified for the finals after winning the semi-final matches of their respective categories today.

India could convert none of the five penalty corners and their defence line-up cracked under pressure in the final quarter to go out of the tournament on an embarrassing note.

Acting government communications director general Phumla Williams said: "We are proud of all our participants at the Commonwealth Games".

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