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Sudhanshu Pandey declares open 77th Sr National Badminton C’ships
J&K shuttlers lose in 2nd round
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JAMMU, Sep 30: Principal Secretary, Power Development department and Technical Education and Youth Services and Sports Sudhanshu Pandey today declared open 68th Inter-State Badminton Championships at the Sher-e-Kashmir Indoor Stadium which began today.

On the opening day, all the three shuttlers, two in women singles and another in men’s event, lost to the opponents without much of resistance in the second round of the ongoing 77th Senior National (Open) Badminton Championship at Sher-e-Kashmir Stadium, Srinagar today.

As per the reports reaching here, both the female shuttlers, Sulakhani Kour and Prabhjyot made meek surrender before their opponents from Maharashtra and Kerela.

However, in men’s singles event, top shuttler of the state, Vikram Saini put in some resistance before losing to his opponent from Railway.

In women’s singles, Sulakhani Kour loses to Anuradha Shrikhande (Maharashtra) 02-21, 07-21. Prabhjyot loses to Sneha Santhilal (Kerela) 01-21, 04-21. Men’s singles: Vikram Saini loses to Deepak Khatri (Railways) 08-21, 14-21.

Earlier, the Petroleum Sports Promotional Board (PSPB) teams have been dominating the national scene for the last 13 years and the formidable squad maintained their hold on the trophy by retaining both titles of the 68th Inter-State Badminton Championships at the Sher-e-Kashmir Indoor Stadium which began today.

Pratul Joshi threatened to upset the PSPB calculations when he came at a handshaking distance of beating P Kashyap in the opening singles of the final. The 17-year-old Pratul started in similar fashion and grabbed the first game 21-12. Kashyap then showed why he is the best player in India by winning the three-game thriller 12-21, 21-15, 21-12. Anand Pawar levelled the tie score 1-1 by defeating Ajay Jayaram in straight games.

However, Pawar could not repeat the magic in the following doubles. B Sai Praneeth then grounded the airmen with a clinical win over G Gopiraju for a 3-1 lead.

In the women's final, Arundhati Pantawane won the deciding match when the score was 1-1 against Airports Authority of India (AAI).

After PC Thulasi steamrolled Neha Pandit in the first singles, the star pair of Ashwini Ponappa and Prajakta Sawant lost against Pradnya Gadre and N Sikki Reddy. However, Arundhati mauled Mohita Sahdev 21-16, 21-11.

The details : Manasi Gadgil & Nishad Dravid (MAH) defeated (KER) Megha Merin Ninan & Balasubrahmanniyan N. G 21-18 12-21 21-11. Susan Rajan & Ram C. Vijay (KER) defeated (AP) R. Santoshi Hasini+Arjun Reddy P 18-21 21-14 21-12. Anura Prabhudesai & Navneet Nachmodkar (GOA) defeated (MEG) Preety Singh & Rajeev Joshi 21-12 21-11. Neha Pandit (AAI) defeated (AP) J. Sarada Govardhini 21-15 21-5

Anuradha Shrikhande (MAH) defeated (J&K) Sulakhani Kaur 21-2 21-7.

Arathi Sara Sunil (KER) defeated (GOA) Pranjal Prabhu Chimulkar 21-11 21-7.

Sheshadri Sanyal (WB) defeated (RAJ) Karma Meena 21-10 21-14.

Jacqueline Rose Kunnath (KTK) defeated (DLI) Shradha Srivastava 21-18 21-12.

Arundhati Pantawane (PET) defeated (GUJ) Rini Tandel 21-11 21-4

P.V. Sindhu (PET) defeated (CG) Juhi Dewangan 21-10 21-3. Sanskriti Chhabra (DLI) defeated (UP) Sanchali Dasgupta 17-21 21-17 21-14.

Saili Rane (AI) defeated (HP) Arjoo Thakur 21-7 21-13. Nisha Karamchand (CHG) defeated (AP) Sudha Kalyani D 21-18 12-21 21-11.

Mohita Sahdev (AAI) defeated (ASM) Rituparna Kalita 21-17 21-9. Shruti Mundada (MAH) defeated (CAG) Garima Yadav 21-14 21-12. Kaberi Phukon (ASM) defeated (MP) Najma Khan 21-8 21-18.

R. Santoshi Hasini (AP) got walkover against (AI) Mudra Dhainje . Anita Ohlan (RLY) defeated (HAR) Ekata Kalia 14-21 21-19 21-10. Susan Rajan (KER) defeated (UTR) Sheetal Kargeti 21-9 24-22.

Anura Prabhudesai (GOA) defeated (ASM) Bornali Konwar 21-17 21-13. Tanvi Lad (AI) defeated (WB) Amrita Mukherjee 21-4 21-13.

Rasika Raje (MAH) defeated (MP) Tripti Lavania 21-12 21-15. Dhanya Nair (RLY) defeated (GUJ) Vaishali Baria 18-21 21-19 21-8. Sonal More (MAH) defeated (PY) M. Aruna 21-6 21-8. Trupti Murgunde (PET) defeated (UTR) Smirti Nagarkoti 21-10 21-15.

Sneha Santhilal (KER) defeated (J&K) Prabhjyot 21-1 21-4. Pinky Karki (ANP) defeated (AAI) Siki Reddy N 8-11. P. Kanthi Visalakshi (TN) defeated (CHG) Muskan Sohi 18-21 21-16 21-11.

Sara Naqvi (UP) defeated (CAG) Jui Agaskar 21-12 21-15. Sanyogita Ghorpade (AI) defeated (DLI) Nidhi Tiwari 22-20 21-15. P.C. Thulasi (PET) defeated (HP) Neha Sood 21-8 21-2. G.M. Nischitha (KTK) defeated (NAG) Prathana Thapa 21-23 21-10 21-19

Riya Pillai (MAH) defeated (ASM) Prangana Barua 21-9 21-15.

Sindhu Bhardwaj (KTK) defeated (BHR) Ankita Kumari Thakur 21-6 21-7. Sayali Gokhale (AI) defeated (CG) Deepali Gupta 21-6 21-8. Shreyansh Jaiswal (CG) defeated (PET) Sourabh Varma 18-21 21-17 21-15. Nikhilesh Sarma (ASM) defeated (UP) Arshalan Naqvi 21-19 21-18.


News Updated at : Sunday, September 30, 2012
 
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