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Sundar Singh does a treble

Imphal, May 11: Haobijam Sundar Singh made it to three semi-finals of the 1st K. Yaima Memorial MBA Promo Championship at MBA Indoor Stadium, D.M. College campus, today.

In the menís singles quarter-final, Sundar came up with his first win of the day, defeating Th. Herojit 21-11, 21-5.

In the boysí singles under-19 quarter-final, Sundar thrashed N. Samson 21-9, 21-8 and in the menís doubles event, Sundar Singh and Konthoujam defeated K.G. Kom and Moring Anal by 21-13 and 22-20 points en route to the semi-final.

M. Devraj Luwang, E. Ibungo, H. Ibomcha, K.G. Kom, Ak. Pradip, A. Chittaranjan and K. Thomas won their menís singles matches.

In the boysí doubles event, K. Chinglemba and Y. Punshiba, Naoringam Keishing and Sachihan Kajingmei, N. Bill and Y. Nicolas, N. Hitler and Rk. Tinglensana, K. Kishan and Mairembam, Ch. Ranjan and Ak. Allwinson, G.A. Subhankar and K. Gyanbir won their respective matches.

Sports meet: Department of history claimed the menís overall team champions title of the 5th Annual Sports Meet held at Manipur University, Canchipur. The women overall team champions title was bagged by the department of physical education for sports sciences

Feted: The Manipur Rowing Association feted Th. Chaoba Devi, who represented India and bagged silver and bronze medals in quadruple sculls, in the 28th Memorial Paola DíAloja Piediluco Italia Rowing Championship held in Italy last April.

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