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Commonwealth Games 2018: Shooting Skeet Men's Finals, India's Smit Singh fighting for Gold, Live Updates

The Shooting action starts at 11:15 am at Belmont Shotgun Range
Updated: 09 April 2018 11:36 IST - Published: 09 April 2018 10:35 IST
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Smit SIngh misses another one. He shoots 15/20 and is the first one to be eliminated.
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Killander misses one. Unfortunate for the Englishman after he recovered from a good start. 
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Anything Llewelling can do, McAuley can too. He is on perfect score after 20 shots. 
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Fairclough misses two, shoots two. 17/20. He has fallen behind after a great start
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Llewellin doesn't miss ever, does he? What a brilliant performance so far from the Welshman. Shoots down all 4. 20/20
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Achilleos shoots down all four. 19/20. 
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Smit is 3 behind his nearest competition. He's in prime position to be the first one eliminated. 
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Smit Singh has to shoot down both. He misses one. 12/16
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Killander shoots 2 as well. He's on 15
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McAuley remains on perfect score. 16/16
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Llewellin shoots two. Fairclough misses one. 
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He's on 15.

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Smit has 6 shots left to stay in the competition. Meanwhile, Achilleos is up and shoots down 2/2
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Smit Singh up next. Shoots the first pair. Misses one in the second. 11/14
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Killander is back in the competition after a nervy start. He shoots down all 4. 13/14
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McAuley shoots down 4 as well! Wow! 14/14
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Fairclough follows suit. Shoots down all 4! 14/14
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Llewellin shoots all 4 yet again! 14/14
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Achilleos shoots down 4. 13/14
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Smit in the last position after 10 shots. He will face elimination if his position does not improve after another 10 shots
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He does! 8/10
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Smit needs to shoot all 4 to keep up
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Killanger shoots both the pairs. 9/10
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McAuley up next. He shoots down 4 as well. 10/10

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Achilleos shoots 3/4. 9/10
Llewwllin shoots 4/4. 10 /10
Fairclough shoots 4/4. 10/10
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Singh completes a perfect set. 4/6
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Killander is given a warning as steps over the mark. He shoots down both as well. 5/6
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Fairclough shoots 2. 6/6
McAuley shoots 2. 6/6

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Achilleos shoots down the next two. As does Llewellin. Both move on to 6/6
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Smit in the last position as things stand. 
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Smit Singh misses one in his first batch. Misses another in his second batch. 2/4
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England's second shooter Killander is up now. He is the first one to miss. 3/4
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Northern Ireland's McAuley up next. Shoots down 4 as well! 4/4
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Englishman J.Fairclough up next. He follows his fellow competitors in shooting down all 4. 4/4
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Llewellin of Wales up next. Shoots down the first pair. Shoots down the second pair as well. 4/4
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Cypriot Achilleous is up first. He shoots 4 out of the first 4. 
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This is Singh's first international final
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The shooters are being introduced to the audience. Smit Singh will go 6th in this event. 
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There will be elimination in this event. The eliminations will take place after 20, 30, 40 shots and so on until we are left with a clear winner
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The event is about to start. Smit Singh is the Indian representative in this event. 
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Hello and welcome to Sportskeeda's live coverage of Shooting Skeet Men's Finals. Stay tuned for updates!
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The fifth day has been successful so far with India's Pardeep Yadav winning a Silver medal in Weightlifting Men's 105kg category.

There were positive signs in Athletics as well, as Hima Das qualified for the Women's 400m Finals. Tejaswin Shankar cleared a height of 2.21m to qualify for the High Jump finals. In Table Tennis, Indian Men's team defeated Singapore in the first Semi-finals. They will either face Nigeria or England in the Finals.

The young Indian boxer Gaurav Solanki made his way the quarterfinals in Men's boxing 52 Kg category by defeating Ghana's Akimos Annang in the Round-of-16. Manish Kaushik following suit and winning his bout against Michael in Men's 60kg Round of 16 to make his way to the quarters.

Shooting has been India's second most successful event in the Games after weightlifting. Jitu Rai, Om Mitharwal, Manu Bhaker, Ravi Kumar, and Heena Sidhu have all won medals for India.

Indian shooters will look to continue their winning streak as Men's Skeet finals take place. India will be represented in this event by Smit Singh. The 27-year-old Punjab born shooter will be looking to bag a medal on his first appearance in the CWG.