Mackey Loses 3-1 In Commonwealth Wrestling Bout

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On Saturday, India opened its box with Kom and added the 18th gold medal, while more medals are being awaited with interesting events lined up for the day. Amit, who was chasing his third successive worldwide gold, was beaten by England's European silver-medallist Galal Yafai. Asked what India has learned heading towards the upcoming World Cup in London, Rani said: "We are playing England in our first game and we need to work towards that".

Indian wrestlers did the nation proud as Sumit Malik won the 125 kilogram freestyle title while Vinesh Phogat took women's 50kg gold.

Hosking's victory gave Australia their 13th cycling gold medal of the Games. The doubles pair of Ashwini Ponnappa and Sikki Reddy won the bronze medal match against Australian pair 21-19, 21-19.

India are now third in the medal table with 25 Gold, 16 Silver and 18 Bronze.

Mother-of-three Kom, the subject of a Bollywood film in 2014, won a unanimous points decision over Northern Ireland's Kristina O'Hara in their light-flyweight final on Australia's Gold Coast.

Flamboyant Australian Aaron Wilson did his best Cristiano Ronaldo impression by tearing his shirt off after winning Commonwealth Games gold - in the genteel sport of lawn bowls.

Elated at being India's first woman boxer to claim a CWG gold, Mary Kom said scripting history makes her happy.

Vikas, a former Asian Games gold-medallist and world bronze-medallist, pummelled Cameroon's Dieudonne Wilfried Ntsengue to claim Gold.

Manish Kaushiks lost toAustralian Harry Garside in the men's 60 kg boxing final, he settled for a silver.

Botswana finished with a time of 3:26:86 seconds to win bronze.

Somveer defeated Alexander Moore of Canada 7-3 in the play-off for the bronze medal.

The trouble began early for the Indians as they conceded to Sam Ward in the first quarter itself as the English drag-flicker converted from a penalty corner situation.

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