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Trophy haul for student champs

Jamshedpur, July 8: The Jamshedpur Old Girls’ and Guys’ Association (JOGGA) today feted 28 students for their sporting performance.

Carmel Junior College had won the overall championship for their performance at the JOGGA sports meet held during 2010-11 and were awarded the Late Ajit Bhaduria Trophy, a rolling award for the best school.

Based on their performance last year, the students who were chosen as best players and felicitated at JRD Tata Sports Complex today.

Sacred Heart Convent School won the overall champion for the second time in the girls’ category with 41 points. While Carmel Junior College retained the overall champions in boys’ category for the fourth consecutive year with 37 points.

“This is an exposure sports programme for school students. JOGGA is a prestigious banner, which organises a number of sporting events to encourage children. We have selected one best student from each sports discipline and category,” said Avinash Kumar, official, Tata Steel sports department.

JOGGA in the past academic year had conducted seven tournaments — chess, basketball, volleyball, handball, kho-kho, football and athletics.

“We have decided that from next year we will have a first and second runners-up in the overall champions category as there are many who play well but miss out by few points,” said Kumar.

the best players in senior girls football were S. Darshana from DBMS English School and junior athlete Ria Singh from Church School, Beldih while Hopa Soren from Vig English School and Siddharth Sen from Loyola School were selected as the best in boys junior and senior category respectively.

In chess, N. Shalini and Manisha Mashi emerged as the best junior and senior players while Shubham Srivastava of Kerala Public School, Kadma and Anirban Pati of Carmel Junior College were the best in junior and senior boys category. The best players in volleyball were Neha Sonal Toppo and Mahima Kaur of Sacred Heart Convent in junior and senior category while Adarsh Gupta and Sreedhar from Motilal Nehru Public School in junior and senior category.

Priti Tirkey and Faizan of DBMS English School were selected as the best players in junior girls and boys category while Simranpreet Singh and Tarandeep were selected as the best players from Carmel Junior College and Loyola School respectively. Vivek Pandey and Abhishek Kumar of DAV Public School, NIT were adjudged the best junior and senior players in handball while Anjali Beck and Kajal Kumari Singh were adjudged the best in junior and senior girls category.

SHCS student Asha A. Toppo and Nishi Jaiswal of J.H. Tarapore were felicitated as the best players in junior and senior category in athletics while Tarapado Mahato of Carmel Junior College and Ajay Kumar Singh of ADLS Sunshine School were adjudged the best in the junior and senior boys category. In kho-kho, Anjali Ojha and Anisha Kujur Singh were adjudged as the best players in junior and senior girls team while Rahul Kumar Jha and Anubhav Prasad from Carmel Junior College were selected as the best in the junior and senior boys category respectively.

Students from various schools across the city were felicitated for their performance in sports organised by the JOGGA (Jamshedpur Old Girls' and Guys' Association) at the JRD Tata Sports Complex today.

Carmel Junior College won the Overall Championship for their performance in JOGGA Sports meet held during 2010-2011 grabbing the Late Ajit Bhaduria trophy, a rolling trophy for the best school winning the championship. About 28 students from various schools in the city were felicitated, who were chosen as the best player in respective events based on their performance in the last years' were felicitated at the event.

Sacred Heart Convent School (SHCS) won the overall champion's in the girls category with 41 points. This was the second consecutive year for SHCS to be the champions in the girls category while Carmel Junior College retained the overall champions in boys category for the fourth consecutive year. Carmel Junior College got 37 points.

”This is an exposure programme for school students in sports. JOGGA is a prestigious banner, which organises a number of sports event to promote these children in various kind of sports. We have selected one best student from each sports and category and have recognised their talent in the function today,” said Avinash Kumar, an official of the sports department, Tata Steel.

JOGGA in the past academic year had conducted seven tournaments like chess, basketball, volleyball, handball, kho-kho, football and athletics. The best players in girls football were S. Darshana (sr) from DBMS English School and Ria Singh (jr) from Church School, Beldih while Hopa Soren from Vig English School and Siddharth Sen from Loyola School were selected as the best in boys junior and senior category respectively.

In chess, N. Shalini (jr) and Manisha Mashi (sr) emerged, as the best players while Shubham Srivastava of KPS, Kadma and Anirban Pati of Carmel Junior College were the best in junior and senior boys category. The best players in volleyball were Neha Sonal Toppo and Mahima Kaur of Sacred Heart Convent in junior and senior category while Adarsh Gupta and Sreedhar from Motilal Nehru Public School in junior and senior category.

Priti Tirkey and Faizan of DBMS English School were selected as the best players in jr girls and boys category while Simranpreet Singh and Tarandeep were selected as the best players from Carmel Junior College and Loyola School respectively. Vivek Pandey and Abhishek Kumar of DAV Public School, NIT were adjudged the best junior and senior players in handball while Anjali Beck and Kajal Kumari Singh were adjudged the best in junior and senior girls category.

Asha A. Toppo of Sacred Heart Convent and Nishi Jaiswal of J.H. Tarapore were felicitated and the best players in junior and senior category in athletics while Tarapado Mahato of Carmel Junior College and Ajay Kumar Singh of ADLS Sunshine School were adjudged the best in the junior and senior boys category. In kho-kho, Anjali Ojha and Anisha Kujur Singh were adjudged as the best players in junior and senior girls team while Rahul Kumar Jha and Anubhav Prasad from Carmel Junior College were selected as the best in the junior and senior boys category respectively.

”We have also decided that from next year onwards, we would have a first and a second runner up in the overall champions category as there are many players who play good but miss out the trophy for some points,” said Kumar.

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