India Schedule on Day 6, CWG 2022, Birmingham: All You Need to Know | India vs Canada Hockey

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Birmingham: India wrapped up Day 5 by winning four medals, one a piece coming in Lawn Bowls, Table Tennis, Weightlifting and in Badminton. Indian Women’s Fours team in Lawn Bowls won a historic gold medal by beating South Africa 17-10 in the final. The Indian team comprising of Lovely Choubey, Pinki, Nayanmoni Saikia, and Rupa Rani Tirkey produced a great display in the final to outplay a strong South African team. It is India’s first medal in lawn bowls. Seasoned lifter Vijay Thakur lifted a total of 346kg (155kg+191kg) to finish second and claim the Silver medal and his third CWG medal across three editions. The Indian men’s table tennis team defeated Singapore 3-1 in the final to clinch India’s 5th gold medal of the games. On the other hand, the Indian Badminton Mixed Team went down fighting 3-1 to Malaysia in the Gold medal match and as a result had to settle with the silver. Indian women’s hockey team lost 3-1 to host England in their group game. Indian squash player Saurav Ghosal lost 0-3 to Paul Coll of New Zealand in men’s singles semis and now will fight for the bronze medal. As of now Team India’s medal tally now counts to 13.Also Read – Highlights CWG 2022 Day 5: Team India Win Gold in Lawn Bowls, Table Tennis; Silver For Badminton Mixed Team & Vijay Thakur in Weightlifting

Following is India’s schedule at the Commonwealth Games on the sixth day on Wednesday. All timings in Indian Standard Time (IST). Also Read – CWG 2022: Indian Badminton Mixed Team Settles For Silver After Losing To Malaysia In Final

Athletics: Also Read – Highlights India vs Malaysia Badminton Mixed Team Final, CWG 2022: IND Settles For Silver As MAL Clinch Gold

Women’s Shot Put final Manpreet Kaur (12.35 am on Thursday)

Men’s high jump final – Tejaswin Shankar (11.30 pm IST)



45kg-48 kg (minimum weight) quarterfinals Nitu Ganghas (4.45 pm)

48-50 kg (light flyweight) – quarterfinals – Nikhat Zahreen (11.15 PM)

66-70 kg (light middleweight) -quarter-finals – Lovlina Borgohain (12.45 am on Thursday)


54-57 kg (featherweight) quarterfinals Hussam Uddin Mohammed (5.45 pm)

75-80 kg (light heavyweight) – quarter-finals Ashish Kumar (2.00 AM on Wednesday)


Women’s T20 India versus Barbados 10.30 PM


Women’s Pool A India versus Canada 03.30 PM

Men’s Pool B India versus Canada 06.30 PM


Women’s 78kg quarter-finals Tulika Mann 2.30 PM onwards

Men’s 100kg elimination round of 16 Deepak Deswal 2.30 PM onwards

Lawn Bowls:

Men’s Singles Mridul Borgohain – 1 PM and 4 PM

Women’s Pair India versus Niue 1 PM and 4 PM

Men’s Four India versus Cook Islands and England 7.30 PM and 10.30 PM

Women’s Triple India versus Niue 07.30 PM


Mixed Doubles round of 32 versus Sri Lanka -03.30 PM

Saurav Ghosal Bronze Medal Match- 09.30 PM


Men’s 109 kg Lovpreet Singh 02.00 PM

Women’s 87kg Purnima Pandey 06.30 PM

Men’s 109 kg Gurdeep Singh 11 PM.

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