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Posted at: Jul 3, 2018, 2:20 AM; last updated: Jul 3, 2018, 2:20 AM (IST)BRIEFLY

Parul to participate in World Deaf Tennis Team C’ship

Chandigarh: Parul Gupta, the hearing impaired tennis player from Patiala, has been selected to represent the country in the World Deaf Tennis Team Championship scheduled to be held at Antayala, Turkey, from September 22. Parul had achieved third rank in the recently-held selection trials in Chennai. A total of four girls and four boys have been selected for the event. Parul had earlier this year won a doubles silver in the Slovenia Open Deaf Tennis Championship. — TNS

Chess meet from July 7

Chandigarh: Chandigarh Chess Association will organise the 

U-17 Open and Girls Chess Championship at St Xavier’s School, Sector 44, from July 7. Following the competition, two boys and two girls will be selected to represent the city in the national championship, scheduled to be held at Sonipat, Haryana, from September 3. The interested players can register for the championship at the tournament venue before July 6, the sports body said here on Monday. They can also register online at www.chandigarhchess.com. The first round of the event will start at 9 am on July 7. — TNS

Guntashveer to lead city boys

Chandigarh: Guntashveer Singh will lead the 17-member Chandigarh squad in the upcoming Haryana State Inter-District Cricket Tournament. Chandigarh will take on Ambala in their opening match on July 4 at the Mahajan School Cricket grounds. Apart from Guntashveer, the squad includes Treyaksh Bali, Manual Jain, Angad Singh, Ankit Kumar, Shasya Jamwal, Ankit Chaudhary, Kunal Mahajan, Sukrant Sharma, Abhishek Saini, Rohit Danda, Monarch Goyal, Utkarsh Bhukkal, Vikas Saghwan, Prince Bali, Karan Azad, Harpreet Singh, Vikas Bamel, Abhishek Singh and Uday Singh. — TNS

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