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6 time world champion Mary Kom beat Mala Rai of Nepal reached semi-final meet fellow indian Nikhat Zareen | Maricom defeats Nepal's Mala, now in clash with compatriot Fakhar Zarine

5 Indian women boxer semi-finals, India's 15 medals in the tournament
Pawan Narwal defeats Youth Olympic champion Brian Eregui Augustine

Guwahati. Six-time World Champion MC Mary Kom has entered the women's 51kg semifinal semifinal of the women's competition in the India Open International Boxing Tournament. Now their fight will be with compatriot and Jharkhand, who won the bronze medal in the Asian Championships.

Nikhat compatriot Anmika defeated the semifinals

Mary Kom beat Nepal's Mala Rai 5-0 in the quarter-finals Nikhat also conceded 5-0 in the semi-finals by defeating compatriot Anamika in the quarter-finals.

In the meantime, Manju Rani, Monika and Kalawati were also successful in reaching the semi-finals. In this tournament, 15 medals of India are now confirmed.

Manju, who won the silver medal in the strangja cup, won in the 48kg quarter-finals of the Philippines on the basis of RC (first round) on his opponent.

Monica beat Thailand's Upporn Intongiasi 5-0 in the quarter-finals With this, it was decided to win his medal. Kalawati defeated Bhatan's Tan Din Lamo in the semi-finals.

Another boxer of India missed out on winning the Neetu medal. He was defeated by 0-5 in the quarter-finals at the hands of former World Champion of Djosi Gabús of the Philippines.

Youth boxer of India reached the Pawan Narwal Quarter Final. He defeated Youth Olympic champion Brian Eregui Augustine in the 69 kg weight category. Now in the quarter-finals, they will face Claire Marven of Mauritius.

The 21-year-old Pawn was walking behind the Argentine boxer in the first round. But he won the fight with a great punch by 4-1.

Last year's silver medalist Dinesh Dagar defeated Marjon Angkon Pierner of Philippines 3-2 in 69 kg. Ankit Khatana defeated Ryan Boy Empoč Moreno of the Philippines in 60kg.

Ankit now faces Nepal's light injunction in the quarter-finals. Meanwhile, other boxers of India Ashish reached 64kg and Manjeet Pangal reached the quarterfinals of 75kg.

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