Gangjee makes the cut
Sandy (US): Rahil Gangjee turned in an even par 71 and dropped down the leaderboard from tied 23rd to 50th, but made the cut to give himself a chance of moving up the order at the Utah Championships on the Web.com Tour, previously known as the Nationwide.
Gangjee birdied first, eighth and 12th and bogeyed the fourth, sixth and 14th for his 71 and a total of three-under 139 at the Willow Creek Club here.
Jakarta: Ajeetesh Sandhu gave himself a huge confidence booster with a top-10 finish at the inaugural Bii Maybank ADT Challenge here on Saturday.
Sandhu carded 70 after rounds of 68 and 72 on first two days. His six-under 210 gave him a tie of eighth place, while Gurbaaz Mann (76-69-70) made a great recovery in last two rounds for a total of one-under 215 and tied 21st place.
Silivis: Arjun Atwal brought home an improved card of one-under 70 but still failed to survive the cut and crashed out of the John Deere Classic here.
The Orlando-based golfer, who had a 71 in first round, took his two-day total to 141 but still missed the cut, which went at four-under 138 on Friday.
n Bangalore: Meghana Shetty outclassed rest of the field to win the girls’ 100m hurdles in a meet record time of 14.06 secs as Kerala athletes dominated the second day of the National Youth Championships, here on Saturday.
Fakeerappa V. Bangi brought another gold for Karnataka as he takes the boys' 110m hurdles in 14.51s.
Calcutta: The Indian Football Association (IFA) failed to come up with a solution in the Tolgay Ozebe impasse, at its meeting on Saturday. Instead, a five-member committee has been formed to study the relevant documents. The committee’s recommendations, which has to be submitted within Wednesday, will then be forwarded to the Players’ Status Committee, who are expected to take a final call. The five-member committee comprises of Utpal Ganguli, Jaydeb Ghosh, Krishnendu Banerjee, Tamal Mukherjee and Dilip Roy.
Calcutta: Anuriya Das clinched a double in the West Bengal Junior State Ranking Badminton Tournament, winning the under-17 and the under-19 girls' titles. Anuriya beat Ipsita Sinha and Rupsa Ghosh in the respective finals.
U-13 girls: Manidipa Dey; U-13 boys: Dishanta Debnath; U-15 girls: Ipsita Sinha; U-15 boys: Arintap Dasgupta; U-17 boys: Shouvik Ghosh; U-19 boys: Trinankur Nag.
Lahore: Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul Haq has agreed to head the selection committee of the Lahore City Cricket Association.
The LCCA will select the regional under-19 teams for the upcoming domestic season.