Sandhu finishes 37th, Gangjee 50th in Japan
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.