11Sports 80th Junior And Youth National & Inter-State Table Tennis Championships-2018
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Sonepat, December 30: Manush Shah of Gujarat, making most of the chance that he created in the semifinals to beat Manav Thakkar, ensured that he went home with  double singles titles as he beat Ronit Bhanja of West Bengal 4-1 to win the Youth Boys title in the 11Sports 80th Junior and Youth National Table Tennis Championships which concluded at the DPS Hall here today.

 

An hour before, the Gujarat boy had downed Payas Jain of Delhi in straight

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Sonepat, December 29: Yashansh Malik of Delhi accounted for sixth seed Dev Shroff of Maharashtra to enter the quarterfinals of the Junior Boys singles even as seventh seed Shivjit Singh Lamba of Delhi bowed out in the first round of the 11Sports 80th Junior and Youth National Table Tennis Championships at the DPS Hall here today.

 

In Junior Girls, fifth seeded Ishita Gupta, also of Delhi, along with eighth-seed Nikita Sarka of North Bengal made their exi

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Sonepat, December 28: Ambika Gupta of Uttar Pradesh and Poornima Rohilla of Haryana topped group 26 and 27, respectively, to enter the Junior Girls singles main draw in the 11Sports 80th Junior and Youth National Table Tennis Championships at the DPS Hall here today.

 

There were some other interesting results, too, in the latter groups bottom-placed Vidhi Ameet Shah of Maharashtra B toppled three others in her group 32, including Angana Saha of West Beng

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Sonepat, December 26: Petroleum Sports Promotion Board (PSPB), led by Manav Thakkar, defeated a spirited West Bengal 3-1 to retain the Youth Boys title in the 11Sports 80th Junior and Youth National Table Tennis Championships at the DPS Hall here today.

 

But West Bengal can be proud of their Youth Girls who beat Telangana 3-0 to lift the team trophy after their Junior Girls failed to defend the crown, bowing out in the quarterfinals yesterday.

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Sonepat, December 26: Haryana caused a major upset when they sent defending champions West Bengal out of competition in the 11Sports 80th Junior and Youth National Table Tennis Championships at the DPS Hall here today.

 

The 3-2 victory for Haryana came in the crucial decider when their defensive player, Anjali Rohilla made up for her first singles loss to beat Munmun Kundu 4-11, 11-8, 11-2, 11-9.

 

Earlier, Suhana Saini had give a fi

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