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Malom beat Chingtam Veteran 2-0

Imphal, May 21: TRVSA Malom drubbed Chingtam Veteran by 2-0 goals to move into the quarter-finals of the 16th Challenge Cup Veteran Football Tournament, 2014 played at Mapal Kangjeibung today.

Malom got the lead in the 19th minute with L.D. Rongsolen scoring from a lofted shot. They consolidated with Thangkholen Baite scoring in the 26th minute after collecting a through pass from L. Menjor for the victory.

In another match, TBSFA Tabungkhok had a goaless draw against IVFA Canchipur to share a point each.

Chess: Second seed Rk. Bhogen Singh caught up with 10 other players to share the top spot with two points each in the 24th Kh. Anou State-Level Open Chess Tournament, 2014 played at Kwakeithel.

Bhogen Singh put up a spirited effort against Rakesh Singh, making the latter resign in 33 moves. He collected full points. Top seed S. Premjit Singh also consolidates his position winning his second game as well, beating Subash Singh to stay with two points.

Body-building: The All-Assam Open Body-Building Championship will be organised by Khowang Sarir Kala Kendra in association with Dibrugarh District Physical Culture Association under the Assam Body-Builders and Fitness Association at Khowang Natya Mandir in Dibrugarh district on May 30.

GSA meet: The Guwahati Sports Associationís newly elected dispensation has resolved to include former sportspersons in its various sectional committees to derive benefits from their expertise. Its first executive meeting on Monday constituted the various sub-committees.

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