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Karnataka, Delhi, MP move up

Imphal, Nov. 21: Delhi, Kerala and Madhya Pradesh today moved into the next round of the girls’ junior national softball championship being held at Khuman Lampak sports complex here.

In the boys’ section, Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan, Manipur, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh and Pondicherry moved to the next round. In the girls’ events, Delhi defeated Haryana 14-3, Kerala beat Chandigarh 16-0 while Madhya Pradesh defeated Bihar 12-0. In the boys’ team section, Chattisgarh defeated Nagaland 13-0, Andhra Pradesh defeated Jammu and Kashmir 11-0, Rajasthan defeated Odisha 12-0, Manipur defeated Nagaland 4-3, Delhi defeated Chandigarh 17-11, Madhya Pradesh defeated Bihar 12-0, Andhra Pradesh defeated Haryana 14-0 and Pondicherry defeated Odisha 25-13.

Table tennis: Imphal West emerged winners by defeating Bishnupur 3-1 in the 34th state and inter-district table tennis championship under way at the indoor staium in Imphal.

In the sub-junior girls’ section, Imphal West (A) emerged winners by defeating Thoubal (A) 3-1. In the youth boys’ team section, Thoubal (A) defeated Thoubal (B) 3-1 to emerge champions. In the cadet girls section Thoubal (B) defeated Thoubal (A) 3-0 to win the champion’s title. In the men’s final Imphal West (E) will clash with Imphal West (C).

Badminton trials: Trials for the 58th National School Games badminton (under-14, under-17, under-19 boys and girls), tennis (under-14, under-17, under-19 boys and girls) and weightlifting (under-17, under-19 girls) will be held at the SAI sub-centre here on Saturday, says a staff reporter from Guwahati.

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