Inter-school Martial art games conclude
Srinagar, Apr 25: The three-day Inter-School boy’s Martial art games organised by District Srinagar Youth Services and Sports department concluded at Youth Hostel here on Wednesday.
On the concluding day of the event, competitions of Under-19 Sqay were held. In 46-kilogram category, Saqib Rafiq of BHSS Jawaharnagar and Arif of MP School bagged first two positions respectively while in 50-kilogram category, Farhan Fayaz of MP School and Owaise Majeed of SP School bagged first two positions respectively. In 54-kilogram category, Haris of MP School, Irfan Ahmad of SP School and Yasir Ayoub of BHSS Shalimar bagged first three positions respectively. In 58-kilogram category, Farhan Bashir of MP School and Faizan Mushtaq of Green Valley bagged first two places respectively while in 62-kilogram category, Adil Bashir of FEI and Mehraj of Green Land bagged first two positions.
In 66-kilogram category, Irfan Ahmad Khan of SPHH, Arfat Majeed of Green valley and Shakir Shafi of BHSS Soura bagged first three positions respectively while in open category, Nadeem Hussain of Police Public School and Tayeed of Green Land bagged first two positions respectively.
Lastupdate on : Wed, 25 Apr 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Wed, 25 Apr 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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