Georgina NELTHORPE wins Bronze medal ‘v’ Hajaratu KAMARA of Sierra Leone, for England in 76kg
Curtis DODGE stays composed and fights back to defeat Ebimienfaghe ASSIZECOURT of Nigeria, for Wales in 74kg
Georgina Nelthorpe (ENG) 76kg:
In the quarter-finals, Georgina df. Naomi Rachel DE BRUINE (AUS) by VPO1, 8 – 4.
In the semi-finals, Erica Elizabeth WIEBE (CAN) df. Georgina by VSU, 11 – 0. Wiebe, (75kg Rio 2016 Olympic and Glasgow 2014 Gold medallist) went on to these finals too and wins Gold putting Georgina into the repechage.
In the Bronze medal match Georgina df. Hajaratu Mariama KAMARA (SLE) by VFA, 8 – 0
Curtis DODGE (WAL) 74kg:
In the qualification round, Curtis df. Suresh Chanaka WARNAKULASURIYA FERNANDO (SRI) by VFA, 6 – 0.
In the quarter finals, Johannes Petrus BOTHA (RSA) df. Curtis by VSU 10 – 0. But Silver Medallist Botha put Curtis into the repechage.
Curtis first df. Abdulai SALAM (SLE) by VFA, 6 – 4, and then in the Bronze medal match, defeated ASSIZECOURT (NGR) by VFA, 6 – 9
In other results:
George Ramm (ENG) 57kg:
In the qualification round, Rahul Balasaheb AWARE (IND), eventual winner, df. George Anthony RAMM (ENG) by VSU, 11 – 0, putting George into the repechage.
George Ramm then defeated Thomas CICCHINI (AUS) 11 – 0 in the repechage, but in the Bronze Medal match, Muhammad BILAL (PAK) df. George, by VPO1, 6 – 0.
Earlier, Muhammad BILAL (PAK) had df. Gary GIORDMAINA (MLT)
by VSU1, 12 – 2
Viorel Etko (SCO) 57kg:
With a bye through the qualification round, Viorel came up against Ebikewenimo WELSON (NGR) in the quarter finals. Welson df. Viorel by VSU, 10 – 0 and went on to take one of the Bronze medals.
Ross Connelly (SCO) 57kg:
Divoshan CHARLES FERNANDO (SRI) used two takedowns in the first 3 minutes to take a 4-0 lead over Ross. However, in an explosive start to the second period, Ross picked up a quick takedown and turn. At that point, the match was then tied with Ross leading 4-4 on criteria. However, by the end, Fernando df. Ross by VPO1, 12 – 6
Alex Gladkov (SCO) 74kg: Muhammad Asad BUTT (PAK) df. Alex by VPO1, 10 – 3