City golfer Vasundhara wins title

Chandigarh golfer Vasundhara Thiara claimed the title in Category D with a 36-hole total of 172 on the concluding day of the Tata Steel IGU Sub-Junior Tour National Final played in Kolkata.

B Harshath registered a clinical 18-stroke victory in the first National final of the Tata Steel IGU Sub-Junior Feeder Tour. The lad from Neyveli in Tamil Nadu closed in with a final round 77 for a four round total of 307 to emerge victorious. Pramod Singh finished second at 325 while Sohum Vij was third at Daksh Shokeen and Shabeg Singh Kooner were tied for the fourth spot at 330 while Ribhav Kumar finished sixth at 333. Zahed Khan was the best from the Eastern Zone when he finished with a total of 335 for a seventh place finish.

Kshitij Kaul brought in the first under-par card of 66 in the final round to clinch the Category C title with a 54-hole total of 4-over 214. Devansh Chadha and Sandeep Yadav were tied for the second place with a total of 228.

Chandigarh golfer Aadil Bedi ended claimed the third spot with a score of 232 while Sunhit Kumar Bishnoi was fourth at 236. Manav Bais was fifth at 238. Shubham Jaglan emerged as the best player in Boys D Category with a two-day total of 164 with Krishang Nayak finishing second at 180. Mandaar Prashar was third at 181.

Bad day for Chandigarh KV team

Chandigarh: It was a bad day for Chandigarh as they lost their respective matches in the discipline of kho-kho, hockey, cricket and badminton in the 44th KVS national Sports Meet being held in various Kendriya Vidyalayas in and around Chandigarh. In a kho-kho league match, Chandigarh lost to Mumbai 47-65 while the Chandigarh cricket team suffered a five-wicket thrashing at the hands of Delhi region. In boys U-19 hockey match, Bengaluru humbled Chandigarh 5-1 in a pool B match while the Chandigarh badminton team were beaten 2-0 by the Patna team. ENS

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