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6:28pm: Another eventful day comes to an end, with medals coming from shooting, wrestling and track & field. The eighth day at the Games started with Tejaswini bagging silver in 50m prone shooting and then it was a medal rush for India in wrestling - 2 golds, 1 silver and 1 bronze. Sushil won his successive Commonwealth gold, Rahul Aware also clinched a gold in another weight category of wrestling. In women's freestyle wrestling, Babita Kumari Phogat and Kiran settled for silver and bronze respectively. Then it was Seema Punia and Navjeet Dhillon ending the day with Silver and bronze in discus throw.
6:10pm: That's it and Australia is through to the finals of the women's hockey after a 1-0 win against India. But with that scoreline against the formidable Aussies, Indian players deserve a bit of credit. The India Women will be playing England in bronze play-off on Saturday and Australia takes on New Zealand in the summit clash.
6:01pm: Less than 8 minutes left to the final hooter and India desperately looking for the equaliser. PC chances also gone begging.
5:53pm: Q4 gets underway in the India vs Australia women's hockey semifinal.
5:51pm: Q3 ends with Australia managing to find the net. The fourth and final Quarter going to be crucial for both the teams.
IND 0-1 AUS.
5:40pm: GOAL. Where did that come from? With that strike, Australia has managed to break the deadlock and now with a 1-0 lead. Grace Stewart, the goalscorer.
5:35pm: Australia gets a penalty corner but fails to convert and still remains goalless.
5:22pm: And that will be half-time with
IND 0-0 AUS.
5:18pm: Let's now shift back the focus to women's hockey semifinal where India has done well so far by denying the Aussies. Scoreline still 0-0 and kudos to India for its gritty defending.
5:10pm: Elsewhere, India has bagged two medals in women's discus throw with Seema Punia and Navjeet Dhillon winning silver and bronze respectively.
Confident & Steady wins the Throw!
A bravo last attempt throw by #NavjeetDhillon won #TeamIndia 2 podium finishes at #GC2018 #GC2018Athletics Women's Discus Throw Finals!#SeemaPunia with a throw of 60.41#NavjeetDhillon with a throw of 57.43#Congratulations ✌ pic.twitter.com/WwTCJyAxvl— IOA - Team India (@ioaindia) April 12, 2018
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