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Sector 7 spikers start with victory

Sector 7 spikers start with victory

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Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, November 7

The boys’ sub-junior team of Sector 7 Sports Complex logged a 25-18 25-15 victory over Government Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 46, during the opening match of the Chandigarh State Sub-Junior and Junior Volleyball Championship for Nirmal Milkha Singh Trophy here.

Government Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 26, logged a 25-10 24-26 14-25 win over New Public School, Sector 18, while DAV School, Sector 8, defeated Khuda Ali Sher Club 25-10 25-13.

Meanwhile, Star Club of Sector 46 logged a 25-22 25-17 victory over Sector 42 Sports Complex and Youth Club, Khuda Ali Sher, got the better of the Kaimbala Club 25-17 25-15.

Joint Director Sports Dr Sunil Rayat inaugurated the championship.

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