Chinappa, Pallikal to vie for women’s title; Ghosal in final
It will be an all-india final for the first time ever in the Asian Squash championship when Joshna Chinappa and Dipika Pallikal Karthik clash in the women’s singles event.
While fourth seeded Pallikal upset top seed Annie Au of Hong Kong 11-9, 7-11, 11-7, 11-9, second seeded Chinappa made short work of Hong Kong’s sixth-seed Tong Tsz Wing 11-6, 11-4, 11-8.
Saurav Ghosal, meanwhile, became the first Indian male player to reach the men’s singles final of the prestigious event. He proved too strong for fifth seeded Leo Au of Hong Kong as he won 11-6, 11-7, 11-3 to setup the final against Hong Kong’s top seeded Max Lee who ousted third seeded Malaysian Nafiiz
GAURAV GILL SETS EARLY PACE
Defending champion Gaurav Gill of Team MRF Tyres set a scorching night run in the Super Special Stage and led teammate Ole Christian Veiby by 2.5 seconds as the International Rally of Whangarei, the first round of the FIA Asia Pacific Rally Championship got
However, in the night run, i was Gill all the way as he clocke one minute, 49.2 seconds whil Veiby had 01:51.7, well clear o third placed Jan Ketomaa (Vill Mannisenmaki) of Mpart Spor (01:52.9).
KERALA WOMEN EDGE PAST BENGAL 6-4
Hockey defeate Bengal Hockey Association 6in what was the most excitin game of the day three of the 7th Junior National Hockey Cham pionship 2017 Women ‘B’ Divi sion here on Saturday.
KM Ariya scored a hat tric (3’, 62’, 68’) and KV Aiswariya go a brace (52’, 58’) in their Pool A victory. Supriya Bahadur got brace (22’, 29’) for Bengal Hocke Association in the loss.
In Pool B, Manipur Hocke trounced Hockey Gujarat 23