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St. Joseph’s wins men’s title

St. Joseph’s College won the men’s title in the Bharathidasan University inter-collegiate ball badminton tournament here recently.

The results:

Semifinal league: St. Joseph’s bt AVC 29-22, 29-26; St. Joseph’s bt Thanthai Hans Roever 29-8, 29-10; St. Joseph’s bt Jamal Mohamed 28-29, 29-14, 29-22; Jamal Mohamed bt AVC 29-16, 29-13; Jamal Mohamed bt Thanthai Hans Roever 29-11, 29-13; AVC bt Thanthai Hans Roever 21-29, 29-11, 29-13.

Final standings: 1. St. Joseph’s, 2. Jamal Mohamed, 3. AVC, 4. Thanthai Hans Roever.

Saranathan, AU-BIT triumph

Saranathan CE and Anna University-BIT Campus bagged the men’s and women’s titles respectively in the Anna University Zone-13 inter-collegiate table tennis tournament here on Saturday.

The results: Men: Final: Saranathan CE bt Shivani EC 3-0. Third place: JJ CET bt Anna University-BIT Campus 3-1.

Women: Final: Anna University-BIT Campus bt JJ CET 3-1. Third place: Saranathan CE bt Indra Ganesan CE 3-1.

Prakash bags

six wickets

U. Prakash scalped six wickets as Arun Nets defeated ICG by 42 runs in the TNCA-Thanjavur DCA first division cricket league here recently.

The scores: I div.: Arun Nets 148 in 29 overs (J. Bharanidharan 53 n.o., Durai Raj three for 32) bt ICG 106 in 26.3 overs (Fredi 38, U. Prakash six for 22).

MMS 87 in 27.1 overs (Vinodh 33, R.R. Kalidas Vandaiyar five for 17) lost to RVM 91 for two in 15.5 overs (B. Bala Karthi 32 n.o., T. Aravindh 27 n.o.).

EF 201 for nine in 35 overs (Sudhakar 54, Rajiv Gandhi 31, Ravi Chandran 27, Elavarasan three for 32) bt Periyar Maniammai University 179 in 34 overs (Vignesh Kanna 45, Prasanna 26, Kishore Kumar three for 28).

TUK Arts College 138 in 27 overs (Anbualagan five for 40, P. Sakthi three for 21) lost to KM 139 for three in 18.2 overs (Vignesh 53 n.o., P. Sakthi 41).

Thanjavur Medical College 187 for six in 35 overs (Rajesh 38, Devanandhan 29) bt Blackson 129 in 25.5 overs (K. Siva Raj 29, Karthick Raja four for 26).

Noble Fighters 89 in 21.4 overs (V. Kumar 53, R. Mukundan five for 31) lost to BKM 93 for two in 14.1 overs (R. Mukundan 38 n.o., Murali 32 n.o.).

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