England claimed gold medals in the men's and women's 4x100-metre relays on Saturday at the 2018 Commonwealth Games as the athletics program came to a close on Australia's Gold Coast. Mary defeated Kristina O'Hara of Northern Ireland by a unanimous 5:0 verdict to take home her very first gold at CWG.
New Zealand triumphed in the women's decider, before Australia's men took gold in their match.
Asked what India have learned heading towards the upcoming World Cup in London, Rani said: "We are playing England in our first game and we need to work towards that".
Kumar lost 5-0 against the Englishman to bag India's 16th Silver in this year's Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast. As of now, India stands at the third spot with a total of 18 golds, 11 silvers and 14 bronze medals. Mary Kom was making good use of her left jab, and she was slowly getting aggressive.
It's a fourth Commonwealth Games medal for Heading who won gold and silver in Delhi in 2010 and silver in Glasgow in 2014.
No team other than Australia and New Zealand had ever reached the gold medal match of a Commonwealth netball tournament, so history was assured for the victor of this clash.
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Kom, who has spoken repeatedly at the Games in Australia about the problems facing women and girls in India, said being away for long periods for competition and to train was challenging emotionally.
"I am disappointed with the result". Do I need to say more? Nigeria were second with Botswana claiming bronze.
Vandana took the field with bandage on her forehead and immediately made an impact as India got three back-to-back penalty corners. "She called me early in the morning, crying, saying victory".
"If I am still super-fit in another year I will try", she added of another tilt at a maiden Olympic gold.
Maltese Trap Shooter Brian Galea won bronze medal at The Commonwealth Games Gold Coast 2018.
"I'm just lucky that I've had the chance to play at these Games and no-one will be cheering louder for the English team than me".