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Suhaani Lohia of Mumbai won the bronze medal in the girls' Under-8 category of the Commonwealth Chess Championship 2017.
She and compatriot Hiya Panchal, ranked seventh, who also ended with 5.5 points, were tied in second spot, but the latter, with a better tie-break progressive score, clinched the silver medal and Suhaani had to settle for the bronze, a media release said today.
India's WCM Shefali A N from Karnataka, ranked No 1, finished with a tally of 6 points and took the gold medal.
Suhaani, a student of the Dhirubhai Ambani School, trains at the South Mumbai Chess Academy (SMCA).
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