India triumphed in five of the 10 finals in front of a home crowd ©AIBA

Hosts India secured half of the 10 gold medals available as the International Boxing Association Women's Youth World Championships drew to a close in Guwahati.

Nitu provided instant delight for the home crowd, with the under 48 kilogram light flyweight triumphing in the first gold medal match of the day.

She produced a dominant display to earn a unanimous points victory over Kazakhstan’s Zhazira Urakbayeva.

There was further success for the hosts in the 51kg flyweight competition, with Jyoti winning 5-0 against Ekaterina Molchanova of Russia.

The hat-trick of gold medals was completed by Sakshi Choudhary but the bantamweight had a greater test than her team-mates in the 54kg final.

She was eventually awarded a 3-2 split decision verdict by the judges against Ivy-Jane Smith of England.

The home crowd continued to enjoy Indian success, with Shashi Chopra clinching a fourth straight gold for India after beating Vietnam’s Do Hong Ngoc 4-1 in their 57kg featherweight clash.

A fifth and final Indian gold was then earned by Ankushita Boro, with the 64kg light featherweight battling to a 4-1 split decision verdict against Russia’s Ekaterina Dynnik.

Im Ae Ji won South Korea's only gold medal at the AIBA Women's Youth World Championships ©AIBA
Im Ae Ji won South Korea's only gold medal at the AIBA Women's Youth World Championships ©AIBA

The Russian team had a mixed day of finals, with two wins and four defeats for their boxers.

Anastasia Shamonova claimed their first gold medal as the junior world champion claimed a unanimous points win over England’s Georgia O’Connor in the 75kg division final.

The result was replicated by Kristina Tkacheva in the over 81kg heavyweight event, the Russian boxer overpowering her Kazakh opponent Dina Islambekova.

Natalia Sychugova went close to securing a third Russian gold but ultimately fell short in the 69kg lightweight final.

Sychugova found herself on the wrong side of a 3-2 split decision verdict against Citlalli Ortiz, who sealed the United States only gold medal of the Championships.

Im Ae Ji secured South Korea’s maiden title at the Championships after she emerged as a 4-1 winner against Italy’s Vittoria De Carlo in the 60kg lightweight competition.

Kazakhstan’s Araylym Begdilda earned the final gold of the event, courtesy of a 3-2 split decision win over Russia’s Anastasia Rybak in the 81kg light heavyweight division.