Indore (Madhya Pradesh): In the final matches of Dewrite Cup Cricket organised by Abhay Prashal Sports Club at Abhay Prashal's Indoor Stadium, the Champion-11 won the title by defeating the Champion by seven wickets in a hard-fought match.
Chasing 146 runs target in the final, Champions-11 needed 24 runs in the last over and Saransh Surana scored it in four balls. He was adjudged the Man of the Series. In other finals, Kids and Super Mom, The Rising Step defeated No Men Army by 82 runs in one-sided matches and Crazy Woman by seven wickets in the women's section.
Earlier, in the semi-final, the Champions defeated Avengers by eight wickets and the Champions-11 defeated Crazy-11 by nine wickets to make it to the final.
In the senior category, Man of the Series Samarsh Surana, Best Batsman Parv Jain and Best Bowler Jas Shah were awarded. Similarly, Kid of the Series Taksh Jain, in Super Mom Kids, Best Batsman Garv Dhakad, Best Bowler Mudit Mundada were also awarded.
The prize distribution was held under the chief hospitality of Om Soni, vice president of MP Olympic Association and Ajay Choudhary of Dewrite Adesiv. On this occasion, Vipul Tanu Jain of Vibble Diamond, Yam Jeet Muraledharan of Methodex, Jayesh Acharya, Trustee of Abhay Prashal, competition coordinator Nilesh Ved, Rinku Acharya, Amit Karuna Choudhary, Ram Malviya, Ramesh Madhu Jain, Prateek Aditi Jain were also present. The guests were welcomed by Manish Ved, Akhilesh Jain, Gaurav Mehta, Arpit Jain, Vivek Gangwal, Shailendra Solanki, Hemendra Jain, Manoj Rathoer, Megh Shah and Arpit Shah. The programme was conducted by Anil Ranka and vote of thanks was proposed by Anil Rakhecha.
Aradhya, Devanshi, Man and Aarav in title clash
In the 56th Tiger League badminton event organised by Sartaj Academy, Aradhya Arya, Devanshi Garde, Ashutosh Binnani, Man Badjatya and Aarav Goyal reached finals in their respective categories. In this competition, being held at Narayan Bagh Child Development Centre badminton hall, Aradhya Arya defeated Yashika Jaiswal 17-15, 12-15, 15-9 in a three-game struggle, Devanshi Garde defeated Vratika Raj 15-4, 15- 2, Ashutosh Binnani beat Tejas Ghyar 13-15, 15-9, 15-5 after losing the first game, Vratika Raj beat 6-year-old Aarohi Goyal 15-4, 15 -12. In other girls' match, Sandili Goyal defeated Devanshi Garde 15-2, 15-3 and Monisha Badjatya defeated Yashika Jaiswa 15-3, 15-5, Aarav Goyal defeated Teerth Goyal 15-6, 15-10 and Man Badatya defeated Samarth Dubey 15-1, 15-2.
Double success for MP Rock-it-Ball team
In the 9th Junior National Rock-it-Ball Championship organised by Uttar Pradesh Rock-it-Ball Association in Ghaziabad, Madhya Pradesh's boys and girls team achieved double success by winning silver and bronze medals respectively. President of Madhya Pradesh Rock-it-Ball Association, former minister Deepak Joshi, Gulab Singh Chauhan, Naveen Gaur, Karan Karosia, Govind Chintaman, Jitendra Gaur, Anil Gamad, Dipesh Mishra, Ritika Songra, Yashi Rajput, congratulated the players for their success.
Kalpana Sharma, 62, covers 200 km on cycle
The 62-year-old city woman Kalpana Sharma did what even the youths of 26 years of age could not do. Kalpana Sharma, who recently retired as a teacher from the education department, not only resumed her cycling hobby after retirement, but also covered 206.08 kilometer in BRM ride on July 3 from the stipulated time limit. She has also set a new goal.
This ride started from the decathlon located on the bypass and taking a U turn from Tejaji Nagar intersection to Dodi on Bhopal Road. The ride was scheduled to be covered in 13 and a half hours, but Kalpana Sharma completed it in 11 hours 16 minutes 59 seconds.