SRIVILLIPUTHUR: St. Joseph's College of Engineering, Chennai won the Kabaddi title, defeating Periyar Maniammai College of Technology for women, Vallam, Thanjavur 62-35 in the final in the 24th Tamil Nadu inter-Engineering Sports (TIES) women's games meet organised by Arulmigu Kalasalingam College of Engineering at the college ground, Krishnan Koil near here on Tuesday.
In the third place match, Velammal Engineering College, Chennai beat Government College of Technology Coimbatore 42-8.
In table tennis, S.S.N. Engineering College, Chennai, won the title defeating Athiyaman College of Engineering, Hosur 2-0 in the final.
In Chess, Velammal College of Engineering, Chennai and St.Joseph's College of Engineering tied with 14.5 points each. But Velammal won the title on better progressive score and St. Joseph's was places second. P.S.G. College of Technology, Coimbatore, finished third with 14 points and Thiagarajar College of Engineering, Madurai finished fourth with 12.5 points.
Sri Venkatesa College of Engineering, Chennai and S.R.M. Institute of Science and Technology entered the tennis final.
Karunya Institute of Technology, Coimbatore, S.R.M. Institute, Chennai, Periyar Maniammai College, and St.Joseph's College Engineering entered the basketball semifinals.
The results: Table tennis: Final: S.S.N bt Athiyaman 2-0 (B. Jalaya bt D. Shyamala 11-6, 11-4, 11-5; B. Jalaja and T.V. Sind bt D. Shyamala and V. Seema Josephine 11-3, 11-3, 11-5. Third place: Mepco bt J.J. Engg 2-0. Semifinals: S.S.N bt J.J. 2-0, Athiyaman bt Mepco 2-0.
Tennis: Results: Semifinals: SRM bt Bannari Amman Trust 2-0 (Ashal Dini bt Meena Ramachandran 6-1, 6-1); S.V.C.E. bt P.S.G 2-1 (V. Prathiba lost to Kamala Devi 1-6, 0-6; V. Prathiba and V. Mithra bt Kamala Devi and Nandita 6-4, 6-4; V. Mithra bt Nandita 6-1 conceded).
Basketball: Quarterfinals: Karunya 22 (J. Yuvana 10) bt Athiyamman 14; S.R.M. 46 (S. Sindu 14, M. Deepthi 12) bt C.I.T. 19 (Kavitha 14); Periyar Maniammai 31 (C. Muruga Rani 27) bt SVEC 16; St. Joseph's 37 (Sophia Thomas) bt Park Engg. College 5.
Volleyball: Quarterfinals: Easwari C.E. bt Velammal 25-8, 25-10; G.C.T. Coimbatore bt Periyar Maniammai 25-14, 25-18; St. Joseph's bt Karunya 25-7, 25-10; Velalar C.E.T. bt B.S.A Crescent, 25-15, 25-11.
Ball Badminton: Quarterfinals: G.C.T. bt Muthayammal 29-26, 29-20; St. Joseph's bt TCE 29-21, 29-17; National Engg bt Periyar Maniammai 29-7, 29-1; M.A.M. CE bt A.C.C.E.T. 29-17, 29-20.
Badminton: Quarterfinals: Sri Ramakrishna E.C. bt Sri Venkateswara 2-0; Karunya bt SASTRA 2-0; St. Joseph's bt Md. Sathak 2-0; Mepco bt Pavendar 2-1.
Madhur, Mahima win
At Madurai, Madhur Sathya and Mahima Rajmohan, both from Mark Devoretzky Chess Centre, Madurai, won the boys' and girls' above-15 titles with 5 points and 4.5 points respectively out of possible 6 in the State-level open chess tournament organised by Champion Chess Centre here on Sunday.
The results: Boys: Above-15: 1. Madhur Sathya 5/5, 2. P. Narayanan (MK University) 4, 3. S. Sankar (MDU) 4; U-15: 1. M. Dusthageer Ibrahim 6/6, 2. I. Manikandan (Dolphin School) 5, 3. K.S. Sridhar (Madurai Meenakshi School) 5; U-12: 1. C.M. Sugumar (Perundurai) 6/6, 2. R.M. Karthik 5, 3. K. Karthikeyan 5; U-10: 1. M. Vignesh Nachiappan (Karaikudi) 6/6, 2. Goutham (Arul Malar School) 5, 3. M. Neerajkumar (DGL)5; U-8: 1. J. K. Shreenivas (DGL)5/6, 2. Guru Dakshnamoorthy (Pudukottai) 5, 3. M. Mohamed Haris (Mahatma Montessori School) 4.5.
Girls: U-15: 1. S. Srinidhi (Kendriya Vidyalaya)5.5/6, 2. J. Raja Sukanya (Dolphin) 5, 3. S.C. Meenu Priya (Seventh Day School) 5; U-12: 1. C. Shridevei (Trichy) 5/6, 2. M. Mariama Eminal (DGL) 3, 3. R. Suby (Vikaasa School) 2; U-10: 1. S.R. Darshini (Perundurai) 5/6, 2. D.R. Varunya (Dolphin) 4, 3. B. Hema (Kendriya Vidyalaya) 3; U-8: Rakshna (Le Chatelier) 5/6, 2. M. Harini Priya (Dolphin) 4, 3. M. Harini (Dolphin) 3.
Easy for Loyola
At Coimbatore, Loyola College (Chennai) opened its account with an easy 57-33 win over an off-colour PSG College of Technology (Coimbatore) in the 32nd State-level inter-collegiate basketball tournament for the PSG Trophy at the PSGCAS courts here on Tuesday.
In another match, Bishop Appasamy College of Arts and Science (Coimbatore), thanks to Sathiya Bama College's absence, entered the league without even having to sweat.
The results: Loyola College 57 (Thiyagarajan 18) bt PSG Tech 33 (Suresh 14); Bishop Appasamy CAS walkover Sathiya Bama (Chennai). SIT 49 (Muthukumar 17, Dominic Joe 11) bt PSGCAS `B' 44 (Nelson 18, Kurien Joseph 15).