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Annual sports fest of PDM engg institute
draws to a close
Our Correspondent

Jhajjar, April 1
The annual sports festival of PDM Engineering College at Bahadurgarh concluded here today. Ravinder Joon was declared the best athlete among boys while Rashmi Joon was pronounced the best athlete among girls.

Ms Bimla Singh Prabhu, Chairperson of the institute, was the chief guest on the occasion while Mr M. M. Sharma, Managing Director of the institute, inaugurated the sports fest. The results of various athletics events are as below:

Races ó1500m - Satish first, Amit second; 800m - Satish first, Amit second; 400m - Ravinder first, Manoj second; 200m - Ravinder first, Amit second. In shotput Vikram stood first and Sudhir second while in long jump Ravinder stood first and Satish second..

In the women athletesí events the results are as follows: Races ó200m - Rashmi first, Shilpi second; shotput - Parul first, Hazit second; long jump- Shilpi and Rashmi first and Neetu second; pot race - Banti first and Promila second.

The MD of PDM Institute gave away the prizes to the winners. The cashier of the institute, Mr Bijender Singh, senior vice-presidents Mr Bijender Ahlawat and Mr S. S. Beniwal, the Principal, Dr Pramajeet Singh, and the PRO, Dr Rajesh Kumar, were present on the occasion.


Chand Khanna Club record handsome victory
Our Sports Reporter

New Delhi, April 1
Chand Khanna Club trounced Central Warehousing Corporation (CWC) by nine wickets in a Super A Division match of the DDCA League at the University polo ground.

Scores: CWC: 108 all out in 25.4 overs (Harpreet Singh 25, Rajeev Rathore 3 for 13, Ravi Sengar 2 for 2, Pramod Yadav 2 for 25).

Chand Khanna Club: 109 for 1 in 12.3 overs (Piyush Sharma 50 n o, Amar Singh 45).

South Delhi crushed Subhania Club by 124 runs in a Super A Division match at the Delhi University ground.

Scores: South Delhi: 282 for 8 in 40 overs (Mayank Tehlan 111, A Sarwar 74, Hemant Dogra 29, Inderdeep Singh 3 for 38, Mukesh Khanwalia 2 for 20).

Subhania Club: 158 all out in 38.2 overs (Rajeev Gupta 38, Hemant Dogra 4 for 12, Adil Ahmad 3 for 16, Sanjay Saini 2 for 17).

Lion Kanishka defeated Ircon Club by nine wickets in an A-II Division match at the Yamuna Sports Complex ground.

Scores: Ircon: 200 for 9 in 40 overs (Rajinder Singh 57, Anuj Kumar 30, Vivek Verma 3 for 25, Amanjeet Singh 2 for 30, Mohit Bagga 2 for 35).

Lion Kanishka: 210 for 1 in 35.4 overs (Amanjeet Singh 74 n o, Nalin Nanda 56, Mudasir Rashid 40 n o).

Sarojini Nagar Gymkhna defeated Roop Nagar by four wickets in the RSC ground.

Scores: Roop Nagar: 200 for 9 in 35 overs (Anand Negi 64, Pritam Khatri 2 for 18, Kartikey Bhatia 2 for 32, Kumar Abhishek 2 for 41).

Sarojini Nagar Gymkhana: 203 for 6 in 33 overs (Anmol Sharma 60, Neeraj Bansal 62 n o, Ajay Negi 4 for 28).


Soumik, Rohit guide Shastri Club to victory in Sharma Memorial Cricket Tournament
Our Sports Reporter

New Delhi, April 1
All-round displays by Soumik Chatterjee (3 for 6 and 36) and Rohit Saini (3 for 17, 30 n o) helped Lal Bahadur Shastri Club defeat Poorvi Delhi Academy by seven wickets in a league match of the first R C Sharma Memorial Under-17 Cricket Tournament at the Bharat Nagar ground. Soumik was named the man of the match.

Scores: P D Academy: 89 all out in 23 overs (Chetan Bisht 32, Rohit Saini 3 for 17, Soumik Chatterjee 3 for 6, Prem Prateek 3 for 7).

Lal Bahadur Shastri Club: 93 for 3 in 14 overs (Soumik Chatterjee 35, Rohit Saini 30 n o, Manoj Gupta 3 for 27).

Vishwa Bharati School win

Vishwa Bharati School, Noida, defeated Lovely Public School, Delhi by eight wickets in a limited-over match played at the DPS ground, Ghaziabad.

Scores: Lovely School: 111 for 9 in 40 overs (Navneet 21, Mikhil 2 for 16, Paras 2 for 15).

Vishwa Bharati: 112 for 2 (Shakeel 22, Amit 1 for 10).

Rajdhani in semi-final

Rajdhani Sports defeated Ravindra Academy by nine wickets and entered the semi-final of the Najafgarh Cup Cricket Tournament at the Najafgarh Stadium.

Scores: Ravindra Academy: 130 all out in 28 overs (Anuj Jain 53, Udit Kumar 30, Amit Singh 5 for 24, Ramit Gill 3 for 5).


Sushant wins gold at Delhi Horse Show
Our Sports Reporter

New Delhi, April 1
The 18th Delhi Horse Show, which began on March 24 is the only show in the country which is conducted under floodlights. The Delhi Horse Show, one of

Indiaís premier equestrian events, continues until Sunday, April 4, and has adopted this strategy to beat the heat and give a new dimension to the sports.

The competition promises to be tough and challenging because both riders and the horses are unused to participating under bright artificial lights.

The Delhi Horse Show, organised by the Army Polo and Riding Club, is
being held at the Army Equestrian Centre, Delhi Cantonment.

The Delhi Horse Show, now in its 18th year, draws competitors from across the country in four categories: Senior, Junior, Sub Junior and Children and will be putting on show some of the best talent in show jumping and other events. More than 500 competitors, including civilian riders as well as teams and participants from the services, the police, the paramilitary forces, colleges and schools have arrived in Delhi to take part.

Todayís competition started with Children Jumping Normal Group -II (children below 10 years age) and Master Sushant Singh won the gold medal. Master Anantya Sahney astride Knight Warrior won the silver medal and Master Karan Kareer astride Red Rum won the bronze medal.


Vidharbha down Punjab to enter final
Our Sports Reporter

New Delhi, April 1
Vidarbha trounced Punjab 15-1, 15-3 and Maharashtra edged past Madhya Pradesh 15-10, 15-8 to setup the menís title clash in the 26th National Shootingball

Championship at the Traffic Training Centre Stadium, Punjabi Bagh, on Thursday.

In the girls section, Madhya Pradesh defeated Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh crushed Orissa to move into the final. In the sub-junior section, Tamilnadu will take on Vidarbha in the final.

In other menís matches, AIIMS beat Bhopal Region 15-7, 15-9; Hero Honda b Punjab 15-3, 15-10; Maharashtra b Delhi 15-2, 15-5; Delhi b Vidarbha 15-6, 15-12.

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