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Commonwealth Games 2018: Boxing 51 Kg Women's Quarterfinals, India's Pinki Rani Jangra fighting for medal

Pinki Rani's match is currently underway
Updated: 11 April 2018 14:15 IST - Published: 11 April 2018 12:44 IST
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This is it for now! Hope to see you soon 
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Pinki, unfortunately, exits the competition at the quarterfinals stage. 
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AAAAAAAANNNDDDDDD THE WINNER IS...LISA WHITESIDE
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Round 3 end! Results coming up!
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Whiteside has performed well so far in the third round
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Both the boxers have increased the intensity of their attacks as the match heads to its final 30 seconds 
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A minute to go in the match! A win here would guarantee a medal for Pinki
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Whiteside gets a hold of Pinki and lands a few punches of her own 
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Pinki is stepping back and punching at the same time!
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Whiteside goes for Pinki's head but she steps aside and counters
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Round 3 is underway!
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Round 2 ends!
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Less than 30 seconds to go in round 2
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Whiteside is looking in trouble as Pinki attacks her constantly
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Pinki has been dodging and defending really well so far. 
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Great dodge by Pinki early on! Counters superbly as well
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Round 2 begins!
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Round 1 ends!
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Both players attacking with ferocity!
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Two great punches to Whiteside's head by Pinki
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Rani in the blue corner attacking her opponent Lisa Whiteside, in the red
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Both the boxers attacking so far
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Hello all! The match involving Pinki Rani is underway!
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As Day 7 of the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games begins, India will be looking to continue what has been a good run in the competition so far. Next up is Pinki Rani Jangra who will be participating in the Women's 51 Kg Quarterfinals. She will face England's Lisa Whiteside. 
 
India continues to win medals in shooting on Day 7. India's Shreyasi Singh won a gold medal in the Women's Double Trap Finals & Ankur Mittal bagged a Bronze in the Men's Double Trap Finals. Om Mitharval also bagged a bronze medal in the Men's 50m Pistol Finals. 
 
Day 6 did not bring too many medals for India. However, it did bring progression as many Indian athletes find themselves in potential medal positions. 
 
India's Gagan Narang & Chain Singh qualified for the finals of the 50m Rifle Prone Men's Qualification. However, they couldn't win any medals in the Finals of the event. Annu Singh and Heena Sidhu followed suit and reached the Finals of Women's 25m Pistol, where Heena Sidhu claimed Gold. This was the only gold medal for India on the Day 6 of the Commonwealth Games 2018. 
 
Meanwhile, the Indian Men's Hockey team confirmed their spot in the Semifinals beating Malaysia in their pool & reaching the top of the table with 7 points. Indian Women's Hockey Team also won beating the Women's Hockey team from South Africa 1-0. 
 
India will be hoping Day 7 is just as successful as the previous game days 

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