Indore (Madhya Pradesh): The closing ceremony of the four-day Khelotsav 2022 at Shri Vaishnav Management Institute, Indore was held in the presence of Ranji player Rajesh Kanojia. Sporting officer Balwant Salunke presented the summary of the match.
The results of the winners are as follows: Basketball – Male Akshat Karade and his team, runner-up Vinay Sher and his team, women’s basketball: Winner – Sonia Mandloi, runner-up Samiksha Jain. Table tennis: Winner – Vipul Parmar, runner-up Harshit Gupta, male winner Rohit Solanki, Satyam Patil, runner-up Mikita Jain and Nancy Prajapat.
Pickle Ball women’s singles winner Divya Parmar, Ishika Patidar, women’s doubles runner-up, Divya Parmar, Shivani Raghuvanshi, women’s doubles runner-up, Akshita Soni, Anshika Yadav, men’s singles Vaibhav Jain, men’s singles runner-up Idris Kanswala, men’s doubles Dikshant Dwivedi, Shishir Tripathi, runner-up Anirudh Bhati, Aman Joshi. Gaurav Sahni, winner of the badminton men’s singles. runner-up Vaibhav Jain, men’s doubles winner Gaurav Sahni, runner-up Vaibhav Jain, men’s doubles runner-up Vipul Parmar, Yash Patidar, women’s singles winner Siddhi Pariyani and Samiksha Jain, women’s doubles winners Samruddhi Mishra and Aashi Billore . Women’s cricket team winner Sakshi Bagora and team runner-up Samiksha Jain and team. Male Kabaddi winner Vivek Narayan Chaudhary and his team, runner-up Pratham Upadhyay and his team.
Tug of war: The men’s winner was Devashish and his team, the runner-up Tarun Motwani and his team. Women’s tug of war winner Sakshi Bagora and her team while runner-up Sonia Mandloi and her team.
The Khelotsav Championship trophy was won by BBA. On this occasion, the administrator of the Institute, Sharad Tulsyan and the head of the department Dr. Abhijit Chatterjee, all the professors, staff and 1000 students of the college were present. The program was led by Dr Shalu Kotwani and Dr Digambar Negi. The coordinators were Shikha Jain and Dr. Prachi Nikam.
Madhya Pradesh win by 10 wickets
Madhya Pradesh beat Jharkhand by 10 wickets to earn 7 runs in the four-day CK Nayudu Trophy Under-25 cricket match played in Trivandrum. Jharkhand gave a target of 92 runs to win which the MP team achieved without in 38.3 overs. With this victory, MP qualified for knockouts. In the second set, Mohammed Arham Akil 34 and Yash Dubey went undefeated on 46 for MP. Jharkhand scored 160 runs in the first set and 247 in the second set. While Madhya Pradesh scored 316 runs in the first innings.
Indore team lead by 304 races
Thanks to Abhishek Bhandari’s century (113 runs), Indore scored 429 runs in the first innings in response to Jabalpur’s 125 runs and took a 304 run lead in the MY Memorial Senior Cricket Tournament being played here at Gymkhna Ground.
Kuldeep Gehi contributed 74 and Abhishek Mavi made 70 runs. On day two, Jabalpur scored 81 for 3 in their second run.
Indore builds huge score, Madhav hits double
Madhav Tiwari (201) scored a double century in the Hiralal Gaikwad Under-18 cricket tournament which is played here in Narmadapuram.
Indore declared his first set at 621 for 6 on day two against Narmadapuram. Ansh Bagdia scored 171 points. At the end of the second day game, Narmadapuram made 147 for the loss of 2 wickets.
Indore defeats Shahdol
Indore won 6 runs beating Shahdol by 7 wickets in the MM Jagdale Trophy Under 15 cricket match. On the final day, Shahdol gave a target of 285 runs for the win, which Indore achieved by losing 3 wickets. Harshit Yadav scored 134 points. While Krishna Purabhiya added 93 points.
Indore Sports Club Summer Cricket Camp from 11th April
A summer cricket camp will be organized by Indore Sports Club from April 11 at the ITI ground. Club secretary Karan Singh Shekhawat and Raju Singh Chouhan said children between the ages of 8 and 16 can be trained at the camp. During training, these players will play practice matches. Young players coming to the camp will also receive information on fitness and the rules of cricket. Training will be given on the turf counter from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. The roster will be led by a former Ranji Trophy player. To enter the camp, players can contact Bhavani Shankar Joshi and Hukum Chouksey in the morning at the ITI field.
Priyanshi, Monisha and Ashutosh clash for the title
In the 16th Parakh League Badminton Competition, hosted by Sartaj Academy, Priyanshi Patel in Senior Girls, Monisha Badjatya in Junior Girls and Ashutosh Binnani in Junior Boys entered the finals.
In the competition, which takes place at the Narayan Bagh Child Development Center, Priyanshi beat Sandili Goyal 12-15, 15-10, 15-11, Monisha beat Yashika Jaiswal 15-1, 15-2, Maheshwari Salunke beat Divyanshi Guard 15-5, 15-2, Aradhya Arya beat Jaiswal 15-8, 15-8, Ashutosh beat Nidhay Raghuvanshi 15-5, 15-8, Tejas Ghyar beat Vivaan Jain 15-1,15-1, Gautam Munat beat Vidhan Jain 15-6,15-2, Teerth Goyal beat Vansh Jaiswal 15-5,15-6 and Divyansh Salunke beat Aarav Goyal 15-3, 15-7. Vivaan Jain beat Samarth Dubey 15-3, 15-4, Vaibhav Lahoria beat Akshat Madel.
Gold to Rohit Bajpai and Mansi Bagora
Rohit Bajpai and Mansi Bagora won Gold Medals in Boys and Girls 18+ respectively from the 6th Indian Yoga Sports Championship hosted by Madhya Pradesh Yoga Association in Maheshwari Bhawan. The players received awards from BJP National General Secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya, Deepak Joshi and Harinarayan Yadav. Guests were welcomed by Ishwar Singh Chauhan, Durga Shankar Moyal, Naveen Gaur, Nitin Chauhan and Anurag Tiwari. The program was led by Gulab Singh Chauhan and the vote of thanks was offered by Krishna Gopal Mishra.
The results of the championship are as follows: Boys category: Age group 6-8 years: Tanay Purohit Gold, Harsh Dalvi Silver, Shivaay Joshi Bronze. Age Group 9-11: Yug Yadav Gold, Utkarsh Singh Chauhan Silver, Mohit Bagora Bronze. Age Group 12-14: Tanishk Bagora Gold, Kirtan Gehlot Silver, Kushagra Singh Chauhan Bronze. Age Group 15-17: Anshul Tiwari Gold, Yashaswa Nimbalkar Silver, Vishal Parmar Bronze. Age Group 18+: Rohit Bajpai Gold, Ajay Joshi Silver, Pradeep Tiwari Bronze. Age Group 50+: Uma Maheshwarrao Kaklara Gold.
Girls Category: Age Group 6-8 years old: Vidhi Chauhan Gold, Devina Chawla Silver, Aadya Jain Bronze. Age Group 9-11: Nitya Bhadauria Gold, Chetali Joshi Silver, Avyanna Garuda Bronze. Age Group 12-14: Devishi Gupta Gold, Shreya Sharma Silver, Bhumika Sengar Bronze. Age Group 15-17: Vaishnavi Rathore Gold, Khushi Verma Silver, Niharika Sharma Bronze. Age Group 18+: Mansi Bagora Gold, Tanya Chauhan Silver, Sarita Vidoria Bronze. Age Group 50+: Sangeeta Damle Gold, Nidhi Pehelwan Silver.
130 Fitness Club will organize free self-defense classes
Madhya Pradesh Taekwondo Association President Gautam Lashkari said five days of free self-defense classes for women and children in Indore district under the joint umbrella of 130 fitness clubs and the National Taekwondo Academy from April 11-15 at Shrimangal Nagar, Program No. 140. Interested women and children can contact Mahima Raisinghani and Deepak Dhansore on mobile number 88896 14678.
Indore and Bhopal players dominate climbing tournament
Players from Indore and Bhopal excelled on the final day of the Madhya Pradesh Sport Climbing Tournament and won medals.
During the competition, organized by the Madhya Pradesh Sport Climbing Association at the Emerald Heights International School, Mamta Paswan from Bhopal took first place in the women’s bouldering category. Dhruvika Rathore of Indore had to settle for silver while Gungun Choksi of Khandwa won bronze. Indore dominated the men’s section but Bhopal took first place. Priyansh Sen from Bhopal was first. Devyansh Yadav of Indore got silver and Rishabh Agarwal got bronze. Saon Biswas of Indore finished sixth.
In the junior bouldering category, Yogita Bundela from Tikamgarh got the first position, Purvi Kaushik from Ujjain got the second place and Himani Dabi from Indore got the third position. Vedika Singh of Indore was fifth. In contrast, Bhopal dominated in the sub-junior boys category and won two medals. Devansh Sisodia took first place while Prince Paswan had to settle for second. Prathamesh Chaurasia from Indore got the third place. In girls, Mitchell Robinson from Mhow got the first position, Vaibhavi Girwal from Dhar got the second position and Saanvi Tekwaria from Indore got the third position. Tarushi Gupta and Priyamvada Chaurasia from Indore were also in fourth and fifth place. The contest prize distribution took place at the hospitality of Muktesh Singh, Manager of Emerald Heights. The special guest was Om Soni, Vice President of the Olympic MP Association and Akram Khan. The program was led by Sanjay Mishra. Atharv Goyal and Mitchell Robinson were voted the best players of the event.
Index Cricket Academy win title
In the Ramesh Chandra Goud Trophy Under 18 Cricket Tournament, Index Cricket Academy won the title. In the final, Index Cricket Academy defeated Central India by 6 wickets. Winner of the toss, Central India scored 104 runs in 27 overs. The highest points were scored by Sahil Dhiman for Central India. Nitin Patel took 5 and Ritesh Soni bagged 2 wickets for Index Cricket Academy. For Index Cricket Academy, Prashant Patidar scored 37 and Aniket scored 35. In 25 overs, Index Cricket Academy achieved the target of losing 4 wickets. Index Cricket Academy’s Nitin Patel was named Man of the Match and Prashant followed by Prashant Patidar Man of the Series. Index Group Chairman Suresh Singh Bhadauria and General Manager of Mount Litra Zee School, Mayankraj Singh Bhadauria, Manoj Bajpayee, Principal of Mount Litra Zee School, Rupesh Verma, CEO of Mount Litra Zee School, Anjan Halder, Index Cricket Academy’s coach expressed his delight over the spectacular victory won by Index Cricket Academy.
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Posted: Saturday 09 April 2022, 02:17 IST