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HIRANAGAR: Unique Model higher Secondary School Chadwal lifted under-17 kabaddi title while Government High School (GHS) Chadwal grabbed kho-kho trophy in the ongoing Inter-school Zone Level Tournament of Zone Hiranagar, organised by Department of Youth Services and Sports at Sports Stadium, here on Friday.
In under-17 kabaddi final, Unique Model higher Secondary School Chadwal defeated GHSS Marheen by seven points. Earlier, GHSS Marheen outplayed GHS Chadwal in first semifinal and Unique Model HSS Chadwal trounced GHSS Hiranagar in second semifinal.
Under-17 kho-kho trophy went to GHS Chadwal who thrashed GHSS Kootah by five points in final match.
The tournament is being held under the guidance of District Youth Services and Sports Officer (DYSSO) Kathua, Subash Chander Bhardwaj and supervision of Zonal Physical Education Officer (ZPEO) Hiranagar, Sukesh Kumar.
A total of 406 boys of 40 schools of zone are participating in the tournament.
In today’s contest, kho-kho, volleyball and kabaddi competitions
In U-17 volleyball final, GHS Kadyala is to face Infant Jesus HSS Hiranagar tomorrow. Earlier, GHS Kadyala defeated GHSS Chakra by 2-0 sets and Infant Jesus HSS Hiranagar outplayed Unique Model HSS Chadwal by 2-0 sets in the respective semifinals.
GMS Mathurachack is to clash with GMS Mandial in under-14 kabaddi the final tomorrow. In first semifinal, GMS Mathurachack trounced Unique Model HSS Chadwal by eight points while GMS Mandial outplayed GHS Sherpur in second semifinal.
GHSS Chakra will face Infant Jesus HSS Hiranagar in under-14 volleyball final. In first semifinal GHSS Chakra outplayed GMS Marheen by 2-0 and Infant Jesus HSS Hiranagar defeated GMS Ladwal by 2-0 in second semifinal.
In u-14 kho-kho, GMS Changi reached final by outplaying GMS Chhapaki Kalan by 2-0 in semifinal. Government Model Middle School Hiranagar is to meet GMS Phallapur in the second semifinal. In quarterfinals, Government Model Middle School Hiranagar defeated GMS Pheruchack and GMS Phallapur trounced Unique Model HSS Chadwal.
Today’s matches were officiated by Joginder Khajuria, Subash Chander, Manohar Laleham, Uttam Singh, Manmohan Singh, Sunita Sharma, Omkar Nath, Manjeet Kour, Sanjay Sharma, Naresh Kumar, Ajay Kumar, Rajesh Kumar, Omkar Singh, Kulbhushan Kumar, Darshan Kumar, Sikander Singh, Sanjeev Sunny and Neeraj Sharma.
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