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GOLD COAST: On her debut at the Commonwealth Games, world champion M C Mary Kom bagged India's 18th gold medal at the Gold Coast here on Saturday.

The five-time world champion thrashed Northern Ireland's 21-year-old Kristina O'Hara in a unanimous points decision in the finals of the women's 48kg boxing category.

With the latest medal, India stand at the third spot in medals tally with a haul of 18 Gold, 11 Silver and 14 Bronze.

Elsewhere on the Day 10 of the Games, shooters Sanjiv Rajpur and Chain Singh reached the 50-metre Rifle 3 Positions Final. While doing so, Sanjeev Rajput posted a new Games record with a score of 1180, improving compatriot Gagan Narang's 1166 set in Delhi 2010.

Meanwhile, India lost to England in the bronze medal play-off encounter in women's hockey semi-final. They were outplayed by the Olympic champions rivals by a 6-0 margin.

On the other hand, the Indian men's hockey team will take on England this afternoon in the bronze medal fixture.

Olympic medallists P V Sindhu and Saina Nehwal will play their women's singles semi-final matches today. In men's singles, Kidambi Srikkanth and H S Prannoy will also look to book their place in the finals of the prestigious quadrennial event.

In Table-Tennis, Tin-Tin Ho. Sathiyan and Manika will take on compatriots Sharath Kamal and Mouma Das in the bronze-medal match.

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