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  • India lose the final 5-18 against Northern Islands
  • Northern Ireland's last gold medal in lawn bowls came way back in the 1998 Commonwealth Games

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India won its second medal in the lawn bowls competition at the Commonwealth Games after the men's fours team settled for a silver after losing to Northern Ireland in the final

The Indian Men’s Fours team that exceeded all expectations to reach the Final in Lawn Bowls, had to settle for Silver after losing to Northern Ireland.

The quartet of Sunil Bahadur, Navneet Singh, Chandan Kumar Singh & Dinesh Kumar went down 5-18 in the Gold medal match.

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It was a tough day in the office for the Indians who struggled right from the word go. In fact, India failed to score a point in the first 4 ends with Northern Ireland racing to a 7-0 lead.

The Sunil Bahadur-led side could never recover from such a poor start and eventually, lost the tie.

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