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Mahato & Deka best

Guwahati, July 9: Mouchaki Deka of Guwahati and Diganta Mahato of Jorhat walked away with the Best Player of the Tournament honours in the girls’ and boys’ categories of the sixth All- Assam Ranking Table Tennis Tournament.

Organised by Don Bosco Alumni, Guwahati, the tournament was held at Nihal Singh Thakur Stadium on the school premises here today.

In the cadet girls’ singles, Trisha Gogoi of Golaghat emerged champion as she went on to beat Pratiksha Borah of Jorhat. Zubayr Arshad Baruah of Guwahati clinched the cadet boys’ title, defeating Farheed Wazbir Rahman of Sivasagar in the final.

Trisha ensured her double crowns by getting the better of Prayashee Borah of Dibrugarh in the sub-junior girls singles while Moshin Ahmed of Dibrugarh beat Manabjyoti Bhuyan of Dibrugarh to lift the sub-junior boys’ singles title.

In the junior girls’ category, Adrija Sarma of Guwahati got the better of fellow teammate Jitakhee Mazumder to emerge champion, while Vivek Bora of Golaghat clinched the junior boys’ title defeating teammate Bastab Bikash Borbaruah.

Adriza Sarma emerged champion in the youth girls’ singles category by getting the better of Kritika Upadhaya of Guwahati. Salim Zaved of Guwahati beat fellow teammate Akash Barua to lift the youth boys’ title.

Kakoli Lahkar of Guwahati got the better of Kritika to clinch the women’s singles title while Saidul Alam Ahmed of Dibrugarh lifted the men’s singles title by defeating Elsayeed Mustafa Hussain of Guwahati.

Syeda Dania Taski of Guwahati and Aiwoom Seng Duari of Guwahati were adjudged the most promising players of the tournament.

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