Railways win Sr hockey nationals
GWALIOR: Railways, led by India player Chinglensana Singh, came up with a scintillating performance to dethrone defending champions Punjab with a 3-2 win in the final of the 9th Senior National Men’s Hockey Championship here on Sunday.
In the bronze medal match, Petroleum Sports Promotion Board defeated Punjab & Sind Bank 4-1.
SAI WIN WOMEN’S TITLE
HISAR: Sports Authority of India beat Chandigarh 4-1 to win the 9th Senior Women’s National Championship (B Division) here on Sunday. In the 3-4th playoff , Steel Plant Sports Board beat UCO Bank Academy 1-0.
HISAR: Karnataka registered their second straight victory as they beat Coorg 3-0 in a 9th Senior Women National Championship 2019 (A Division) on Sunday. In Pool B, Madhya Pradesh beat Bhopal 3-1.
INDIA ‘A’ WIN
GORAKHPUR: The India ‘ A’ women’s hockey team came back from a goal down to beat France ‘A’ 3-2 in the second match of the series.
LAW TAKES TITLE
MELBOURNE: Briton David Law produced a sparkling eagle on the 18th hole to snatch a onestroke victory at the Vic Open in Barwon Heads, Australia, and claim his maiden European Tour title on Sunday.
The 27-year-old Scot’s six-under 66 at 13th Beach Golf Links left him with an 18-under total of 270, one ahead of local duo Wade Ormsby and Brad Kennedy.
SANFRANCISCO: Paul Casey opened a three-stroke lead over Phil Mickelson after the third round of the Pebble Beach Pro-am on Saturday. Casey carded a fiveunder 67 that give him a 15-under total of 200. Mickelson carded 70 at host course Pebble Beach for a 12-under total.
NEWDELHI: Rajnigandha Achievers won the Cavalry Gold Cup (10 Goal) beating Garcha Group-aravali Polo 7-5½ in the finals at the Jaipur Polo Ground on Sunday.
LAKSHYA GUIDES AAI
GUWAHATI: Asian junior champion Lakshya Sen guided the Airports Authority of India (AAI) to the final of the 74th Inter State-inter Zonal Badminton Championships.
With a 3-0 victory over Andhra Pradesh, AAI will now challenge the Railways for the title after the latter beat Assam 3-1.
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VICTORY FOR ADVANI
INDORE: Pankaj Advani on Sunday claimed yet another Senior National Snooker title with a thumping win over young Laxman Rawat in a one-sided final here. Advani took his tally of national championships to whopping 32 golds.
KEJELCHA FALLS SHORT
NEW YORK: Ethiopia’s Yomif Kejelcha, twice a world indoor 3,000m champion, missed the world indoor mile record by onehundredth of a second on Saturday in a dominating victory at the Millrose Games. He captured the feature event in 3mins 48.46secs.
CALICUT IN PLAYOFFS
KOCHI: Calicut Heroes cemented their place in the Pro Volleyball League playoffs with a 3-2 win over Black Hawks Hyderabad here on Sunday.
Railways team after winning the men’s national title on Sunday.