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Ando gets 11th place

File photo courtesy of SEAG POOL

Elreen Ando finished at 11th place while Hidilyn Diaz finished unranked in the women’s 59-kilogram event of the IWF Grand Prix II in Doha early Saturday.

Ando, a SEA Games gold medalist, and an Asian Games bronze medalist, lifted 95 kgs in the snatch and 120 kgs in the clean-and-jerk for a total lift of 215 kgs.

Diaz completed a snatch of 80 kgs but did not participate in the clean-and-jerk, leaving her unranked.

SEA Games gold medalists Vanessa Sarno and Kristel Macrohon will be the final contestants for the Philippines when they play in the women’s 71-kg event on Monday.

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