India wrote history on the fifth day of the Commonwealth Games 2022 by winning two gold and two silver medals in a day. It was a big win by the Indian contingent and now the team India is hopeful of continuing its winning streak on the 6th Day at CWG 2022.
CWG 2022 Day 5 Highlights
- India won the gold in the women’s four lawn bowls event and it was India’s first gold medal in the sport
- Men’s table tennis team brought gold for the country by defeating Singapore in the event
- Weightlifter Vikas Thakur won silver in the men’s 96kg category
- Indian badminton team also won silver in the mixed team event
CWG 2022 Day 6 Highlights
Lawn Bowls: In men’s singles, Mridul Borgohain will take on Chris Locke at 1 PM and Ian McLean at 4 PM.
Wrestling: Lovepreet Singh (men’s 109kg) at 2 PM, Purnima Pandey (women’s 87+kg) at 6:30 PM, and Gurdeep Singh (men’s 109+kg) at 11 PM.
Judo (2:30 PM): Tulika Mann vs TBD (women’s 78kg quarterfinals), Deepak Daswal vs Eric Jean Sebastian (men’s +100kg elimination round of 16) followed by knockout matches.
Para Table-Tennis (3:10 PM): All eyes would be on Bhavina Patel, Sonalben Manubhai Patel, and Baby Sahana Ravi in women’s singles classes 3-5 Group 1, Group 2, and classes 6-10 Group 1 categories respectively. In men’s singles, the country expects medals from Raj Aravindan Alagar in class 3-5 Group 1 category.
Hockey (3:30 PM): Women’s Pool A (India vs Canada), Men’s Pool B (India vs Canada, 6:30 PM).
Squash (3:30 PM): Joshana/Harinder vs Sri Lanka in the mixed doubles round of 32 and Saurav Ghoshal (if qualifies) in the men’s singles medal match.
Boxing (4:45 PM): Nitu Ganghas vs Nicole Clyde (over 45-48kg quarterfinal), Hussam Uddin Muhammed vs Tryagain Morning Ndevelo (over 54-57kg quarterfinal), Nikhat Zareen vs Helen Jones (over 48-50kg quarterfinal), Lovlina Borgohain vs Rosie Eccles (over 64-70kg quarterfinal), and Ashish Kumar vs Aaron Bowen (over 75-80kg quarterfinal).
Women’s Cricket (10:30 PM): Group A India vs Barbados
Athletics (11:30 PM): Tejaswin Shankar (if qualifies) in high jump finals and Manpreet Kaur in women’s shot put finals.