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Crisis still haunts Bagan

Mohun Bagan executive committee has decided to place a request to the Special Officers appointed by the high court to allow them to look after “matters related to football”.

The club secretary Anjan Mitra said after an executive committee meeting Saturday that “We’ll ask the Special Officers either to give the responsibility to us, or the dissident faction”.

The new twist to the crisis has arisen following the two officials named by the court-appointed Special Officers to form the soccer team, seeking release from their duties.

Meanwhile, Ashim Biswas was injured during practice Saturday and will not be able to take part in practice for the next five days.

Sub-jr cricket

Sinthee Milan CA beat North Calcutta CA by five wickets in the U-13 sub-junior cricket organised by the Sinthee Milan CA Sunday.

Brief Scores: North Calcutta CA 219 in 29.5 ovs (Sandip Purkayit 107; Dipak Naskar 4/70). Sinthee Milan CA 220/5 in 27.5 ovs. (Arnab Mitra 79 n.o.). Sinthee Milan CA won by 5 wkts.

Sayan in lead

Sayan Majumdar emerged the sole leader with four points after the third round of the 25th state age group chess championships Saturday.

While Abhratanu Datta and Sandipan Chatterjee emerged joint leaders at four in the U-11 category, Suman Basu was the sole leader at four in the U-13 category.

Students’ rowing

St. Lawrence edged out St. Xavier’s by half a canvas in the boys’ event on the third day of the BRC students’ rowing championship Saturday. In the girls’ category, Our Lady Queen of the Mission beat Gokhale Memorial by half a canvas.

TODAY IN SPORT

ATHLETICS: 53rd state meet at the Salt Lake Stadium from 6 am.

ROWING: Final of the BRC students’ meet from 3 pm.


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