DAV College rowers rule the roost
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DAV College, Chandigarh cornered glory and clinched the Panjab University Inter-College Rowing (Men) Championship for the session 2012-13. Meanwhile, Deptt. of Evening Studies, PU, Chandigarh, SGGS College, Chandigarh and PU Campus, Chandigarh secured second, third and fourth positions respectively.
Results: Single Scull: 1 Kanav Dosajh (P.U. Campus, Chandigarh) 3:56.09; 2 Saurav (DAV College, Chandigarh) 3:59.63; 3 Gurjant Singh (D.E.S. P.U. Chandigarh) 4:03.34.
Double Scull: 1 Gurmej Singh & Ashish (DAV College, Chandigarh) 3:50.87; 2 Jagsir Singh & Ravi (D.E.S. P.U. Chandigarh) 4:05.25; 3 Babbu Singh & Mangat Singh (SGGS College, Chandigarh) 4:50.19.
Coxless Pairs: 1 Sukhdev Singh & Desraj (DAV College, Chandigarh 4:00.98; 2 Gurjant Singh & Ravi (D.E.S. P.U. Chandigarh) 4:00.98; 3 Gurcharan & Amarjeet (SGGS College, Chandigarh 4:05.87.
Coxless Fours: 1 Gurjant, Jagsir, Ravi & Jagraj (D.E.S. P.U. Chnaidgarh) 3:24.79; 2 Gurkamal, Desraj, Sunil & Gurmej (DAV College, Chandigarh) 3:29. 80; 3 Mangat, Angrej, Amarjeet & Jaswinder (SGGS College, Chandigarh) 3:38.45.
Neel shocks Mankeerat to lift U-10 title
Mohali: Neel Singh Dhaliwal stunned everyone as he shocked top seed Mankeerat 4-2, 5-4(7-5) to claim the boy's Under-10 category in the British Total tennis championship being held at Mohali on Tuesday. After winning the first set comfortably by 4-2, both the players went neck to neck till the eight game when, in the tie-breaker, Neel kept his nerves and took a crucial 5-3 lead. However, Mankeerat fought back and snatched two points to make it 5-5. Neel didn't lose his nerves and won the next two points to emerge victorious. In the men's category, Manjot Singh whitewashed Nikhil Sandhu 4-0, 4-1, to claim the title. Manjot looked in total control of the match and conceded just one game to Nikhil. In the boy's Under-12 category, Manvir Singh claimed the title by defeating Pranav Chopra 4-0, 4-0 in a lop-sided final match. The boy's Under-14 title went to Siddharth as he prevailed over Jaideep 4-0, 2-4, 10-7 in an exciting encounter.
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