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Inter-school girls meet gets underway
JAMMU, Apr 19: After boys events concluded yesterday, annual inter-school girls under-14 and under-17 (indoor) events of Jammu district, organised by Department of Youth Services and Sports (DYSS), got underway at Indoor Complex, MA Stadium, here.

In all, 250 girl participants, drawn from various educational institutions of the district, are taking part in four disciplines of Badminton, Chess, Table Tennis and Carrom. The opening day witnessed preliminary rounds of the competition in all the given events.

The competitions are being organized by Deptt. of Youth Services and Sports Distt. Jammu under the Chairmanship of Madan Lal Jt. Director Youth Services & Sports Jammu and under the overall supervision of Sukhdev Raj Sharma DYSSO Jammu.

The semifinals and finals have been scheduled for tomorrow. Those winning teams and individuals shall be presenting Jammu district in the upcoming inter-district divisional level competitions in near future. Earlier, the competition declared open by district officer (DYSS), Sukh Dev Raj Sharma.

The details : Carrom U-17 girls doubles, Govt. Girls High School Sohanjana beat Maharishi Vidya Mandir; SOS beat BSF Paloura.

Carrom U-14 girls doubles: Wazir Janki Nath beat SOS; DBN Amar Villa beat APS Domana.

Badminton U-17 girls: Guru Nanak HSS Gole Gujral beat Jammu Sanskriti by 2-1 set. Maharishi Vidya Mandir beat MRLD Memorial Public School by 2-0 set

Badminton U-14 Girls: Wazir Janki Nath beat Jammu Sanskriti by 2-0 set; Heritage beat DBN Amarvilla by 2-0 set; Presentation Convent beat DBN by 2-0 set.

Table Tennis U-14 Girls semifinal: GD Goenka beat Heritage by 3-2 set.

Table Tennis U-17 girls Semifinal: Presendtation Convent beat Heritage by 3-0; GD Goenka beat DPS by 3-0.

Chess U-14 girls semifinal: APS Miran Sahib beat Model Academy; APS Sunjwan beat Manik Public School.

Chess U-17 Girls semifinal: APS Miran Sahib beat Maharishi Vidyamandir ; BSF beat Maharishi Vidyamandir.

News Updated at : Wednesday, April 19, 2017
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