South Calcutta teams in knockout stage
Randhawa leads field in Gurgaon

 
 
SOUTH CALCUTTA TEAMS IN KNOCKOUT STAGE 
 
 
BY A STAFF REPORTER
 
Calcutta, Oct. 17: 
South Calcutta Zone entered the main knockout rounds of both the menís and womenís championships at the state and inter-district table tennis championships in Haldia today. The meet is being organised by the County Sports Confederatrion of Haldia.

Along with champions Calcutta South the other teams in the womenís team super league are runners-up Hooghly and Siliguri, according to information reaching here.

On their way South Calcutta beat North 24 Parganas 3-1, Howrah 3-0 and Darjeelng 3-0 in group A. Hooghly beat Chandannagore 3-0 and lost to Central Calcutta Zone 1-3 in group B. Siliguri beat North Calcutta 3-2, Bardhaman 3-0 and Midnapur 3-0.

In the menís team semi-final tomorrow South Calcutta will take on North Calcutta, while Hooghly meet Central Calcutta.

Hooghly beat Siliguri 3-0, Midnapur 3-0 and South 24 Parganas 3-0 in group A, while Central Calcutta beat Howrah 3-0 and Purulia 3-0 in group D. South Calcutta beat North 24 Parganas 3-0, Bardhaman 3-0 and Darjeeling 3-0 in group B, and North Calcutta beat Chandannagore 3-0 and Jalpaiguri 3-0 in group C.

OTHER RESULTS

(Team championships)
Sub-jr boys: Champions N 24 Pgs, N. Cal. Zone and Hooghly to play in Super League. N 24 Pgs bt S. Cal 3-0, bt Chandannagore 3-0, bt Midnapore 3-0 in Gr A. N Cal bt Siliguri 3-0, bt Purulia 3-0 in Gr C. Hoooghly bt Howrah 3-1, bt Jalpaiguri 3-0, bt Bardhaman 3-0 in Gr B.

Boys: Champions N Cal Zone, N 24 Pgs in semi-final. N Cal Zone bt Jalpaiguri 3-0, bt Bardhaman 3-0 in Gr A. N 24 Pgs bt Hooghly 3-0, bt Midnapore 3-0 in Gr D.    


 
 
RANDHAWA LEADS FIELD IN GURGAON 
 
 
BY A STAFF REPORTER
 
Calcutta, Oct. 17: 
Jyoti Randhawa was at the top of the heap on the opening day of the HT ProGolf meet in Gurgaon today with a seven under 65 round at the DLF Golf and Country Club.

According to information reaching here Randhawa was a stroke ahead of Gaurav Ghei and Harmeet Kahlon. Vishal Singh of Jaipur was fourth at 68, while Rafiq Ali and Monish Bindra were joint fifth at two under 70.

Shiv Prakash was at one under, sharing seventh place with Indrajit Bhalotia, Arjun Atwal, Basad Ali and Romit Bose, all of Calcutta.

Venkat for city seminar

Former cricketer and renowned umpire Srinivas Venkataraghavan and A.V. Jayaprakash will attend the Cricket Association of Bengalís seminar on umpires here Sunday.

Apart from the above ICC panel umpires, the associationís umpires will also attend the seminar, to be held at Gorky Sadan.    

 

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