HYDERABAD: I. Prabhav of Sun-Jay Tennis Academy scored an 8-2 win over Rohit Sarwate (IICT) in the boys' under-14 semifinals of the Transworld Foundation sub-junior and mini tennis tournament at Indira Park here on Wednesday.
The results: Boys: Under-14: semifinals: I. Prabhav bt Rohit Sarwate 8-2; B. Shrrinesh bt Eshwar Sravan 8-7(3).
Girls: Under-14: quarterfinals: Bhavana Priyanka bt Darshini Nene 6-1; Aloakika bt B. Sneha 6-1; Sumalya Hari Haran bt A. Tanmaiye 6-0; Laharita bt Seema Mirza 6-0.
Ch. Deepthi of Hyderabad won the badminton singles title defeating N. Suswetha of Karimnagar 21-10, 21-6 in the final of the 32nd State women's sports festival (Group III) at the Lal Bahadur Stadium here on Wednesday.
The results: Badminton: Singles: Final: Ch. Deepthi (Hyd) bt N. Suswetha (Krm) 21-10, 21-6.
Semifinals: Deepthi bt E. Deepthi Shalini (Khm) 21-16, 21-17; Suswetha bt Deepthi Priya Darshini (Khm) 21-19, 21-16.
Team championship: 1. Khammam (Deepti Priya Darshini, Deepti Shalini, B. Sushma, G. Sandhya), 2. Krishna (Ch. Jyotsna, N. Suswetha, I.Y. Sravanthi, K. Vindya Rani).
Table tennis: Doubles: Final: S. Vilasika/ Vidisha (Hyd) bt N.R. Aparna / B. Bhavana (Hyd) 11-6, 10-12, 11-6, 11-5.
Third place: P. Krishna Vani/ G. Sreedevi (Nlg) bt Y. Alekhya/ M. Veena (Nzb) 11-9, 11-4, 12-10.
Athletics: Team championship: 1. Chittoor 25 points, 2. West Godavari 18, 3. Khammam 16.
AP teams announced
The Andhra Pradesh teams to take part in the National sports festival for women were announced after the conclusion of the State-level meet (Group III) on Wednesday.
The teams: Table tennis: S. Vilashika, N.R. Aparna, D. Vasantha Kumari and G. Sreedevi. Stand-byes: S. Krishna Vani, K. Jyothi Swarupa Rani, Y. Alekhya and G. Renuka. Badminton: Ch. Deepthi, N. Suswetha, Deepti Priya Darshini and Deepti Shalini. Stand-byes: Sk. Reshma, Ch. Jyotsna, I.Y. Sravanthi and Lubaina. Athletics: G. Uma Devi, G. Nagasatya, G.A. Delhi Rani, A. Saritha, J. Vijaya, P. Rajayam, Koteswari, B. Sudha Rani, J. Indra, N. Pavana Kumari, L. Rama Devi, S. Arundathi, R. Beaula, K. Chinnari, T. Aruna, G. Jeevitha, M. Ratna Kumari, B. Aswani, D. Puspalatha and B. Meera. Stand-byes: B. Naveena, K.S.K. Dhana Laxmi.
Mohd. Kaleemuddin's six for 19 helped HUCC record a 121-run win against MCC in the A-Division (one-day) knock-out cricket tournament here.
The scores: HUCC 243 (Md. Altaf Younus 76, Syed Sohail 75) bt MCC 122 (Ramesh 50, Mohd. Kaleemuddin six for 19, Mohd. Jabair four for 15); Cheerful Chums 160 (Ajju 65) bt Apex 136 (Sunny five for 25); CCOB 158 (Jaffer 65) bt Crown 157 (Giri 49); SA Sports, Amberpet, 228 (Sai Srinivas 97) bt Telangana CC 61.
Sub-junior volleyball postponed
The 29th Andhra Pradesh sub-junior inter-district volleyball championship for boys and girls, to be held in Karimnagar from November 17 has been postponed and will now be held from November 23 to 26, according to L. Venkatram Reddy, secretary of AP Volleyball Association. For details, call 23212940.
Andhra Pradesh Olympic Association will felicitate Dr. V. Nageshwara Rao, the new Vice-Chairman and Managing Director of Sports Authority of Andhra Pradesh, on November 3 at 5 p.m. All the office-bearers of APOA and presidents and secretaries of the District Olympic Associations have been requested to attend the meeting. The meeting will also be attended by R.V. Chandravadan, District Collector, Hyderabad. Principal Correspondent