Semi-final matches took place today on the third day of the World Archery Youth Championships ©Getty Images

The finalists in the individual junior and cadet categories were confirmed on the third day of the World Archery Youth Championships in the Polish city Wrocław.

In the men's junior compound semi-finals, Robin Jaatma of Estonia and Mateo Mangelle of France were victorious, ensuring their spots in the gold medal match.

Jaatma defeated Indian Rishabh Yadav by a single point 147-146; while Mangelle won by two 147-145 against Mexican Sebastian Garcia.

Sakshi Chaudhary of India won 144-142 against the United States' Anna Scarbrough in the women's equivalent semi-finals; and is now set to meet Croatian Amanda Mlinaric, who defeated Meeri-Marita Paas of Estonia 142-138.

Spain's Elia Canales won 7-3 against Charline Schwarz of Germany in the women's junior recurve semi-finals, and is now set to play Komalika Bari of India in the final, following her 6-4 victory over American Casey Kaufhold.

Russian Stanislav Cheremiskin eased to a 6-0 victory against German Jonathan Vetter in the men's equivalent, while Tetsuya Aoshima of Japan won by the same scoreline against Buianto Osorov to make it to the gold medal match.

In the men's compound cadet semi-finals, American Sawyer Sullivan won a shoot-off against Shamai Yamron following a 147-147 tie.

The US archer faces Aljaz Matija Brenk of Slovenia in the final, who won 148-144 against American Isaac Sullivan.

Priya Gurjar of India eased to victory in her women's compound cadet semi-final match against Britain's Hallie Boulton by a score of 149-140, and is set to meet Mexico's Selene Rodriguez, who defeated Gurjar's team mate Parneet Kaur 142-141.

Ludvig Njor Henriksen of Denmark defeated Dauletkeldi Zhangbyrbay of Kazakhstan 6-2 in the men's recurve cadet semi-finals, while Iban Bariteaud of France won the other match 6-0 against Indian Bishal Changmai.

Finally, France's Caroline Lopez and Ceren Kocur of Turkey are to meet in the women's recurve cadet final, following their semi-final victories.

Lopez defeated Manjiri Manoj Alone of India 6-2 and Kocur won by the same score against The Netherlands' Quinty Roeffen.