Commonwealth Games 2022 Day 3 Live Updates: India vs Ghana Hockey Match Starting Soon, Jeremy Wins Gold


CWG 2022: Indian men’s hockey team in action© AFP




Commonwealth Games, Day 3, Live Updates: Indian men’s hockey team is facing Ghana in its first match of the CWG 2022. Earlier, India added a fifth medal to their tally with star weightlifter Jeremy Lalrinnunga winning a second gold for India in the men’s 67kg weightlifting event. The youngster from Mizoram clinched the title in style by setting a new Games Record of 300kg (combined snatch + clean and jerk) lift. With Jeremy’s medal India have now won two gold, two silver and one bronze medal so far. Boxer Nikhat Zareen beat Mozambique’s Helena Ismael 5-0 to enter 50kg quarter-finals, however, Shiva Thapa bowed out of the 63.5 kg Round of 16 losing to Scotland’s Reese Lynch. Indian swimmer Srihari Natraj clocked 25.52 seconds to qualify for the semifinals of men’s 50m backstroke event. In table tennis, defending champions India stormed into the semi-finals of the men’s team event after thrashing Bangladesh 3-0 in the third last-eight tie.

In cricket, India registered its maiden win by defeating Pakistan by eight wickets. India chased down a 100-run target in 11.4 overs. In squash, Joshana Chinappa qualified for the women’s singles quarter-finals with a 3-1 win over New Zealand’s Kaitlyn Watts.

However, in men’s 200m butterfly swimming, Sajan Prakash finished fourth in his heat after clocking 1:58:99s and was put in the reserve list. Indian gymnast Yogeshwar Singh finished 15th in the men’s all-around final of artistic gymnastics event. The Haryana gymnast, who had participated in three World Championships, finished with an overall score of 74.700. On the other hand, Popy Hazarika finished at the seventh spot in the women’s 59kg weightlifting event. On Day 2, India won four medals with weightlifter Mirabai Chanu winning gold. The contingent would now hope to backup Day 2 with good performances on Day 3.

Here are the Live Updates from Day 3 of the Commonwealth Games, straight from Birmingham







  • 20:23 (IST)

    Weightlifting: Popy finishes 7th!

    India’s Popy Hazarika finishes seventh with a combined lift of 183 kg!

  • 20:14 (IST)

    Weightlifting: Popy fails to lift 107kg

    The Indian lifter fails in her third attempt. She will finish outside the podium after combined lift of 183kg.

  • 20:06 (IST)

    Interesting anecdote from Jeremy!

    Indian weightlifter Jeremy Lalrinnunga, who won the country its fifth medal at Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham after he captured a Gold in men’s 67 kg final, shared an interesting story behind the tattoo he wears on his left arm. On his left arm features a tattoo depicting a person lifting weights, with date 11 November 2011 written above it in Roman numerals. This tattoo signifies him and the day he started lifting weights.

    Just below this, features a depiction of a man standing straight, wearing boxing gloves. This signifies his father Lalneihtluanga, who used to be a boxer.

    “This story behind this tattoo is that my father used to be a boxer and I am a weightlifter. This tattoo shows just that,” said Jeremy after his match

  • 20:05 (IST)

    Lawn Bowls: India in QF in Men’s Pairs

    The Indian men’s pair of Dinesh Kumar and Sunil Bahadur defeated England to advance to the quarter-finals of the lawn bowl event.

    Dinesh Kumar (skip) and Sunil Bahadur (lead) won 18-15. The duo was 10-5 ahead after the eighth end and thwarted English pair’s effort to make a comeback. The Indian pair had gone down to Malaysia 14-17 in their first game on Friday but bounced back with wins over Falkland Islands (36-4) and Cook Islands (15-8).

  • 20:03 (IST)

    Weightlifting: Popy successfully lifts 102kg!

    The lifter comeback for her second attempt and successfully lifts 102 kg.

  • 20:02 (IST)

    Weightlifting: Popy fails to lift 102kg

    In her first attempt in the clean and jerk round, the Indian weightlifter fails to lift 102 kg

  • 19:51 (IST)

    Weightlifting: Popy Hazarika will attempt 102kg!

    In Clean and jerk, Popy will attempt 102kg in her first lift. However, she has too much ground to cover and at this stage a medal looks unlikely.

  • 19:29 (IST)

    Weightlifting: Popy in 7th place now!

    She has messed up in the third attempt as well. Nigeria’s Rafiatu Folashade Lawal comes up with Games Record attempt of 90kg  

  • 19:15 (IST)

    Weightlifting: Popy fails to lift 84 kg!

    Popy attempted to lift 84kg and failed. Northern Ireland’s Hannah Crymble and Australia’s Brenna Kean are leading the field with successful attempts of 83kg each

  • 19:10 (IST)

    Weightlifting: Popy leads the field

    Popy Hazarika has lifted 81kg in her first attempt in snatch and is leading the field!

  • 19:06 (IST)

    Squash: Joshana in quarter-finals

    Joshana Chinappa wins third game 11-4 and the fourth game 11-6 against New Zealand’s Kaitlyn Watts to clinch the Round of 16 tie 3-1

  • 18:59 (IST)

    Weightlifting: Popoy yet to take field!

    Malta’s Tenishia Thornton has so far got best lift in snatch with a successful attempt of 78kg

  • 18:58 (IST)

    Squash: Chinappa again in lead

    Joshana Chinappa wins third game 11-4 against New Zealand’s Kaitlyn Watts

  • 18:52 (IST)

    Weightlifting: Popy’s event starts!

    The Women’s 59kg – Final has started. India have high hopes from Popy Hazarika

  • 18:51 (IST)

    Cricket: India defeat Pakistan

    India have easily defeated Pakistan by eight wickets in the cricket competition. They chased down a 100-run target in 11.4 overs!

  • 18:48 (IST)

    Squash: Joshana loses the second game!

    Against New Zealand’s Watts, Chinappa has lost the second game 9-11.

  • 18:40 (IST)

    Weightlifting: Popy to attempt 80kg first

    Popy Hazarika will first attempt 80kg in snatch. She will then attempt 102 kg in clean and jerk as her first attempt.

  • 18:38 (IST)

    Squash: Chinappa takes the first game

    Joshana Chinappa wins first game 11-8 against New Zealand’s Kaitlyn Watts

  • 18:37 (IST)

    Lawn Bowls: India defeat England

    India have defeated England 18-15 in a Men’s Pairs – Section C – Round 5 match

  • 18:25 (IST)

    Weightlifting: Popy Hazarika to feature in 59kg final!

    After Jeremy Lalrinnunga’s gold medal-winning display, hopes are high from Indian weightlifters. And in around five minutes, India’s Popy Hazarika will vie for yet another medal in the Women’s 59kg – Final

  • 18:13 (IST)

    Squash: Joshana Chinappa will be in action soon!

    Joshana Chinappa will pay a Round of 16 match against Australia’s Kaitlyn Watts soon.

  • 18:07 (IST)

    Cricket: India in cruise mode!

    After dismissing Pakistan for a meagre 99 in 18 overs, India have reached 17/0 by the third over. The is a 18-over affair after rain delayed the start!

  • 17:59 (IST)

    Table Tennis: India in Semis

    The Indian men’s team defeated Bangladesh 3-0 in the quarter-finals to enter the last four stage. Sharath Kamal and then G Sathiyan won their respective singles rubbers to give India an easy win.

  • 17:41 (IST)

    Cycling: Vishavjeet Singh in 15km scratch race final

    In cycling, Vishavjeet Singh has entered the final of the Men’s 15km scratch race event. He was fifth in Heat 2. The other Indian in the fray could not qualify for the final.

  • 17:35 (IST)

    Boxing: Shiva Thapa Bows Out!

    By a split decision, Shiva Thapa loses to Scotland’s Lynch by 4-1 margin in the Round of 16 

  • 17:28 (IST)

    Boxing: Shiva leads after two rounds!

    It has been a close affair so far, with no boxer giving the other an inch of space. Shiva is slightly ahead based one one judge’s 20-18 ruling in his favour. The others have given 19-19 to the two boxers 

  • 17:26 (IST)

    Cycling: Ronaldo Laitonjam out

    Ronaldo Laitonjam loses to Australia’s Matthew Glaetzer in Men’s Sprint – 1/8 Finals and is out of the competition.

  • 17:24 (IST)

    Cycling: Ronaldo Laitonjam in quarter-finals

    Ronaldo Laitonjam has qualified for the Men’s Sprint quarter-finals after finishing 13th in the qualifying. Other Indians, David Beckham and Esow finished 18th and 23rd respectively.

  • 17:20 (IST)

    Shiva Thapa is here!

    The Indian boxer will fight from the blue corner today!

  • 17:12 (IST)

    Boxing: Shiva Thapa up next!

    Shiva Thapa will face Scotland’s Reese Lynch in 63.5 kg Round of 16 

    From the highs of winning a World Championship bronze in 2015, to the debacle at the 2016 Rio Olympics, followed by his failure to make the Tokyo Games, the Guwahati boxer’s life has come a full cycle.

  • 17:04 (IST)

    Boxing: Nikhat in quarter-finals!

    Referee stopped the contest as Nikhat Zareen effected the knockdown. The world champion is now only one win away from assuring herself of a medal.

  • 17:02 (IST)

    Boxing: Nikhat takes the second round also!

    Nikhat has won the second round too and in the third round round effected a knockdown!

  • 16:52 (IST)

    Boxing: NIkhat Zareen wins frist round

    Nikhat is moving well against her Mozambique rival and has unanimously won the first round. All five judges rule in her favour!

  • 16:46 (IST)

    Boxing: Nikhat Zareen’s bout to start soon!

    World Championship gold medallist boxer Nikhat Zareen is gearing up for the Round of 16 bout in 50kg soon against Mozambique’s Helena Ismael

  • 16:43 (IST)

    Cricket: India vs Pakistan

    Meanwhile, in India vs Pakistan cricket match, the former is bowling first has got a early breakthrough 

  • 16:35 (IST)

    Yogeshwar 15th in Men’s All-Around – Final

    India’s Yogeshwar Singh has finished 15th in Men’s All-Around – Final among18 competitors with a total score of 74.700

  • 16:29 (IST)

    FIFTH MEDAL FOR INDIA

    Jeremy’s gold medal has lifted India to the sixth position. India have so far won two gold medals, two silver and one bronze medals

  • 16:02 (IST)

    Dominant display!

    Jeremy led the field throughout! First he set a new snatch Games record with a lift of 140kg. His nearest competitor lifted 130kg in snatch. 

    Then in clean and jerk, Jeremy lifted 160kg in his second attempt. Though, Samoa’s Vaipava Nevo came up with a clean and jerk Games record of 166kg, Jeremy combined best of 300kg was seven kg better than Nevo’s combined of 293kg.  The Samoan had to be satisfied with a silver medal. 

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