CWG 2022: India beat England to reach Men’s Quarter Finals at Lawn Bowls | News about the 2022 Commonwealth Games

BIRMINGHAM: India secured second medal from grass bowling after men’s four-team advance to final of The game of commonwealth on Friday.
After the quartet Lovely Choubey (first), Pinki (second), Nayanmoni Saikia (third) and Rupa Rani Tirkey (failed) beat South Africa 17-10 in the women’s quarterfinal final to awarded India the historic gold medal on Tuesday, with the men’s team following in the footsteps of the women’s team.
The male quartet of Sunil Bahadur (command), Navneet Singh (Monday), Chandan Kumar Singh (Tuesday) and Dinesh Kumar (ignored) server defeated England close 13-12 in the semi-finals to secure India at least a silver medal.
Earlier in the day, women’s doubles Lovely Choubey and Nayanmoni Saikai were eliminated from the Olympics after they were eliminated in the quarterfinals.
The Indian duo lost to Sophie Tolchard and Amy Pharoah of England by 18-14.
Choubey and Saikai led twice, first 5-2 after four rounds and 8-6 after finishing nine.
However, they squandered their early advantage and let the British duo Tolchard (in the lead) and Pharoah (skip) make a strong comeback.
After the 10th round, England took the lead and continued to increase their lead and eventually won.

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