75th Cadet & Sub‐Junior National & Inter‐State Table Tennis Championships‐2013
NEWS

Ajmer, December 29: North Bengal’s Akash Nath and Karnataka’s Archana Kamath emerged new champions in the sub-junior section, while Rounak Majumdar (WB) and Swastika Ghosh (Maharashtra A) annexed titles in the Cadet category at the ONGC Cadet and Sub-Junior National Table Tennis Championships at the MC Chowhan Indoor Stadium here today.

 

What made Nath’s maiden win special was the way he fought from the brink to snatch the crown from PS

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Ajmer, December 28: With six out of eight paddlers turning overage positives, the focus shifted back to the age-old issue once again at the ONGC Cadet and Sub-Junior National Table Tennis Championships at the MC Chowhan Indoor Stadium here today.

 

Of the six, who were sent out of the championships following the medical jurists’ report, two belonged to West Bengal (Avijit Basu and Koushani Nath) and one each from North Bengal (Ritika Kundu), Assam (

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Ajmer, December 27: With the singles entries having touched an unprecedented number, roughly 650, the organizers and the technical officials have had a tough time in completing over 1,000 Stage 1 group matches in the ONGC Cadet and Sub-Junior National Table Tennis Championships at the MC Chowhan Indoor Stadium here on today.

 

For instance, the sub-junior singles had boys divided into 56 groups of three or four with just one from each group qualifying to

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Ajmer, December 26: In a give-and-take bargain, West Bengal and Petroleum Sports Promotion Board Academy bartered titles in two events while in another North Bengal surprised West Bengal to win the crown. Yet, West Bengal laid their claim on two of the four titles in the ONGC Cadet and Sub-Junior National Table Tennis Championships here at the MC Chowhan Indoor Stadium today.

 

PSPB Academy, who lost the Cadet Boys title 2-3 to West Bengal in the fires se

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Ajmer, December 25: Holders West Bengal, who lost the services of Ronit Bhanja because of overage issue, managed a table-top finish in the sub-junior boys’ category with Delhi following them in Group A in the ONGC Cadet and Sub-Junior National Table Tennis Championships here at the MC Chowhan Indoor Stadium today.

 

Bhanja, who was part of the West Bengal team but was not played yesterday, was debarred from the championships. Yet, in his absence, We

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