Mandavkar, Quadros champs

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    Tanaji Mandavkar of Mahatma Gandhi Vidyamandir Stole the limelight in the 35th Prabodhan Inter-Schools Sports Meet by winning the U-16 Mallakhamb title with an impressive score of 7.80 points while Rashi Patil of St. Thomas Goregaon outclassed her opponents in the U-14 girls section tallying 7.85 points. Also making a mark in the U-12 boys section was Gerard Quadros of St. Stanislaus.

    In other events tiny Mridula Saitavadekar of Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan was at her best on the rope mallakhamb where she displayed various asanas with consummate ease. The overall championships were Won by Mahatma Gandhi Vidyamandir in the boys section while M.N. English School topped in the girls section. The meet was inaugurated by Jesus Lall, the Managing Director of Universal College and St. John's School in the presence of Dr. Manohar Adwankar, President of Prabodhan Goregaon . Shantanu Nayak and Shruti Tawade, National level archer and athelete receptively were given the honour of carrying the torch and lighting the games' flame.

    Results: Girls: U 12 - 1. Mridula Saitavdekar (Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan) 7.60 pts 2. Devanshi Mali (Suvidyalaya) 7.40 pts. 3. Aaditi Baviskar (Dr Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan) 7.15 pts. Girls: U-14 1. Rashi Patil (St. Thomas) 7.85 pts. 2. Sanjana Potale (Swami Vivekanand) 7.60 pts. 3. Riddhi Gad (Dr.Radhakrishnan) 7.20pts. Girls: U-6: 1. Gayatri Gavkar (Yashodham High School) 7.60 pts. 2. Harshita Parab (St. Thomas High Sschool) 7.05 pts. 3. Samiksha Mirakshi (Mahatma Gandhi Vidyamandir) 6.30 pts. Boys: U-12-1. Gerard Quadros (St. Stanislaus HS) 7.00 pts. 2. Harsh Salunke (Gokuldham HS) 6.80 pts. 3. Shibib Damao (Lilavati Poddar) 6.75 pts. Boys: U-14: 1. Aakash Gotal (Bajaj RD MUN School) 7.35 pts. 2. Pritesh Gamre (St. Xavier's HS.) 7.10 pts. 3. Neel Mahale (St. Francis High School) 6.60 pts. Boys : U-16: 1. Tanaji Mandavkar (Mahatma Gandhi Vidyamandir) 7.80 pts. 2. Aashish Pawar (Universal School 7.40 pts. 3. Smit Patel (St. Thomas High School 7.30 pts.

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