Anubhav shines for BARC
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Anubhav's charged up efforts powered Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) to an emphatic 6-1 victory over a listless Khalsa SA 'B' in a lopsided Third Division match, of the Mumbai Hockey Association Ltd. (MHAL) League – 2013, at the MHAL Stadium, Churchgate on Tuesday. The winners enjoyed a commanding 2-0 lead at the end of the first half. Playing a good supporting role, Anubhav's teammates, Subash, Narinder and Jeetu all chipped in with a goal each. Khalsa SA reduced the margin through Harbhay S.
Results– at MHAL ground, Churchgate – Div-III: BARC 6 (Anubhav 3, Subash, Narinder, Jeetu) beat Khalsa SA 'B' 1 (Harbhay S).
Pratisthan start with a bang
Adarsh Partisthan started off on a winning note against OBA-OLH (Boys Town) in a Third Division match on the opening day of the new season of the MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) League 2012-13, at the St. Xavier's ground, Parel on Tuesday afternoon. Dominating proceedings from the start, Adarsh got their goals through the efforts of Anirudh Ranbogle, Royston Pereira, Prashant Lad, all contributing with a goal apiece. Earlier in a match of the same division, Athletic Rover Murugan and Shri Om Shaktivel played out a goalless draw.
Results - at St. Xavier's ground, Parel – Third Div: Athletic Rover Murugan 0 drew with Shri Om Shaktivel 0; Adarsh Pratisthan 3 (Anirudh Ranbogle, Royston Pereira, Prashant Lad) beat OBA-OLH (Boys Town).
Table tennis meet from July 19
MIG Cricket Club will organize the Mumbai Suburban District Table Tennis Tournament from July 19 to 22. For further details contact Indoor Sports Secretary, Mr. Vijay Pakhare (9821154869).
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