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Commonwealth Games 2018: Shooting, Men's Trap Qualification, Kynan Chenai, Manavjit Sandhu carry India's hopes

The action is underway!
Updated: 14 April 2018 09:16 IST - Published: 13 April 2018 23:50 IST
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It's a wrap here! Stay tuned to Sportskeeda for all the updates on the Commonwealth Games 2018!
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Indians missing the mark just by a whisker finishing 7th & 8th respectively
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Final list to qualify for the Finals
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Manavjit Sandhu is eliminated & Kynan Chenai in a shoot-off to secure his place in the Trap Men's Finals
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Top 6
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Brief scores as things stand
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Kynan Chenai with 8 points in the 5th round until now
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Manavjit Sandhu in 8th place now with a total of 115 points
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Manavjit Sandhu with a score of 11 until now in the 5th round
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Score in Game 6: Manika (IND) 9 - 8  (SGP) Tianwei Feng 
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Brilliant from Batra, winning a rally at a critical stage in the match
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Aaron Heading of England still on the top place with a score of 24, 24, 24, 24 in the initial 4 rounds.
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The 5th round has commenced now!
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Kynan Chenai moves to 6th place & Manavjit Sandhu in 11th place
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Brief score
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Kynan Chenai of India in 5th place with 94 points. Manavjit Sandhu in 9th place with 91 points
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Bottom of the table as things stand
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Middle of the table
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The top 6 athletes from Qualification will qualify to the Finals!
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Top of the table
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The penultimate round has now commenced. 
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At the end of round 3, here is the leaderboard!

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Fiji's Glen Kable makes his entry into the leader board with scores of 24, 22 and 25. He's currently placed second behind Aaron Heading. 
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India's Kynan Chenai scores 24 on the third round to occupy 6th place on the table. 
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Manavjit Sandhu impresses with a 24-point show to jump into 11th place.
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Malta's Brian Galea registers 23 points on his third attempt. 
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England's Edward Ling and Australia's Mitchell Iles-Crevatin add 23 and 24 points from the third round into their tally. 
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Wales' Michael Wixey creeps into the lead with a strong 25-point attempt. 
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Now we move on to the third round. 
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Manavjit Sandhu, meanwhile has fallen down the pecking order with scores of 22 and 21. 
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Malta's Brian Galea occupies the top position with scores of 24 and 24 in the first two rounds. 
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England's Aaron Heading firmly in the lead with identical scores of 24. 
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India's Kynan Chenai, who finished sixth after the first round yesterday scores 23 in the second round to match his first round score. 
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Hello and welcome to the live coverage of the men's trap qualification! 

We are now underway with the second round after some intense action from yesterday's first round. 
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Next up is Men's Trap Qualification Day 2. On Day 1, Manavjit  Sandhu had fallen behind and was placed at 21st while Kynan Chenai was placed at sixth.

The penultimate day of the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games gets underway with a lot of athletes playing in their Semifinals and Finals.

With India already crossing their Gold medal tally of the 2014 Glasgow games, fans can certainly be excited heading into the final two days of the games.

As the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games head into their final stages, there is still a lot of action to come.

Day 9 was a positive one for India. Day 9 started off on a good note with Tejaswini Sawant winning a gold medal & Anjum Moudgil winning a silver medal in Shooting Women's 50m Rifle 3 Positions Finals.

Young gun Anish Bhanwala, only 15-year-old won the gold in the 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Men's Finals. Indian shooters continue to delight and win medals. Bajrang of India also bagged a gold medal in Wrestling 65kg Freestyle category taking India's gold medal tally to 17! Divya Kakran also got home a Bronze medal for India in Wrestling defeating Sherin Sultana of Bangladesh.

India will be looking to end the competition on a high as all the action from the games continues.