Sandhu fin­ishes 37th, Gang­jee 50th in Ja­pan

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Kobe: Ajeetesh Sandhu and Rahil Gang­jee, who had an op­por­tu­nity to fin­ish in Top-10 at one point of the Pana­sonic

Open Golf Cham­pi­onship, ended way down tied 37th and tied 50th here on Sun­day. Vi­raj Madappa (75) was tied

68th. Ja­pan's Toshi­nori Muto col­lected his first Asian Tour ti­tle in style af­ter clos­ing with a sec­ond straight seven-un­der-par 64 to win by four shots.

Bhullar, Shub­hankar miss cut at Dun­hill Links:

Ga­gan­jeet Bhullar and Shub­hankar Sharma shot 75 and 78 re­spec­tively in the third round to miss the 54-hole cut at the Al­fred Dun­hill Links Cham­pi­onship here. Start­ing the day at seven-un­der for 36 holes at Kings­barns and St. An­drews, Bhullar gave away five bo­geys against just two birdies at Carnoustie and was 106th. French­man Vic­tor Perez (64) and English­man Matthew South­gate (65) will en­ter the fi­nal round of the Al­fred Dun­hill Links Cham­pi­onship in a share of the lead as both play­ers chase a maiden Euro­pean Tour ti­tle.

Aditi stays in hunt for top 10 in Spain:

Aditi Ashok stayed in hunt for a top 10 fin­ish de­spite three bo­geys in the last six holes at the end of the third round of the Estrella Damm Mediter­ranean Ladies Open, here. Aditi shot an even par 71 to stay one-un­der and moved up a place to tied­sev­enth with one more round to go. Ger­many’s Laura Fuen­f­stueck (67) dug deep to stay atop the leader­board but home favourite Car­lota Ci­ganda (65) is two shots back head­ing into the fi­nal round.

Vishnu Prasad grabs lead in LGB For­mula 4 cat­e­gory:

Vishnu Prasad grabbed the lead in the driv­ers’ cham­pi­onship cat­e­gory by col­lect­ing 23 points from the Round 3 of the JK Tyre FMSCI Na­tional Rac­ing Cham­pi­onship in Coim­bat­ore on Sun­day. MS­port’s Prasad won one race and took the sec­ond po­si­tion in the other one. He now leads the LGB For­mula 4 cham­pi­onship with 68 points.

Cup joy for Young Champs:

Re­liance Foun­da­tion Young Champs emerged cham­pi­ons of the in­au­gu­ral edi­tion of the Vedanta Youth Cup, Goa 2019, which brought to­gether the best cor­po­rate foot­ball acad­e­mies of In­dia. Young Champs edged Ban­ga­lore FC 2- 1 in the fi­nal. The tour­na­ment is the brain­child of SESA Foot­ball Academy. The in­vi­ta­tional tour­na­ment fea­tured a line-up of In­dia’s premier youth foot­ball acad­e­mies and marked the first time that th­ese acad­e­mies got the op­por­tu­nity to par­tic­i­pate in a com­pet­i­tive tour­na­ment at the Un­der-18 level.

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