New Delhi: Melbourne Commonwealth Games bronze medallist Manavjit Singh Sandhu shot a 142 to win the trap gold at the fourth Sardar Sajjan Singh Sethi Memorial Masters shooting meet here on Monday.
Manavjit aggregated 119 points in qualifications and fired a final round of 23 at the Dr. Karni Singh range. Anwer Sultan claimed the silver with 137 (117+20) points while Mansher Singh bagged bronze with 135 (114+21).
Amit Sanghi scored 128 points to top the skeet field which saw a close finish. The Andhra shooter, who was leading on day one, hit 111 and 17 in the qualifying and the final rounds respectively to pick the gold.
Baba Bedi was just a point adrift at 127 (110+17) to take the silver while Amardeep Rai's bronze came with 126 (107+19) points.
Naveen Jindal, who was leading with Amit after the qualification rounds, missed the final due to political engagements.
Earlier on Sunday, Olympic silver medallist Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore launched his campaign with a gold medal in the double trap event. Rathore, who returned with a gold in the same category from the Melbourne Commonwealth Games, fired a score of 172 (128+44) to claim the gold on the opening day of the meet.
The Lieutenant Colonel, who was lagging far behind in the qualifying round with 128 points, improved considerably in the final round firing 44.
The silver medal went to Rathore's partner at the Melbourne Games, Vikram Bhatnagar after he got the better of Ronjan Sodhi in a tiebreaker. Both Bhatnagar (132+38) and Sodhi (124+46) had a tally of 170. In the shootout, Bhatnagar shot two birds to pocket the silver while Sodhi managed only one. PTI