DYSS boys Inter-District competitions conclude

Srinagar, May 14: The boys Inter-District competition organised Department of Youth Services and Sports (DYSS) concluded at Sher-i-Kashmir Indoor complex, here, on Tuesday.
 In the event competitions of carrom, yoga, badminton, jump rope, rope skipping, spek takraw, table tennis and chess was held. Around 200 placers hailing from different district of the Kashmir province participated in the event.
 In Under-19 badminton singles, Owais Afzal emerged winner while as Mansurul Askary bagged second place. In badminton Under-17 category, Adnan Ishaq and Syed Hdayat bagged first and second place respectively. In badminton Under-14 category, Amil Ishaq and Rizwan Ahmad bagged first and second place respectively.
 In Ches Under-19 category, Sajad Ahmad Bhat and Gulzar Ahmad bagged first two positions respectively while as in Under-17 category Zakir Ali and Uzair Jan bagged first and second place respectively. In Under-14 category, Zubair Ahmad and Abdul Mueed bagged first and second places respectively.
 In Under-17 carrom, Jaideep Singh and Aquib Amin bagged first two positions respectively while as in Under-14 category Faizul Farooq and Reyaz Fareed bagged first and second place respectively. In Under-19 category, Aadil Shafi and Salman Hafiz bagged first two positions respectively.
 In table tennis, Under-14 category, Muhammad Basim and Faraz Junaid bagged first and second place respectively while as in Under-17 category, Zaid Fazli and Mustafa Kamal bagged first two positions respectively. In Under-19 category, Muhammad Anwar and Muhammad Ali bagged first two positions respectively.
 In spek takraw Under-19 category, Srinagar were the winners while as Barmulla bagged runner-up place.
 Director General, DYSS, Naveen Aggarwal was chief guest on the occasion and distributed prizes mooing the winners.
 Meanwhile girls Inter-District competitions will start at same venue from Wednesday.

Lastupdate on : Tue, 14 May 2013 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Tue, 14 May 2013 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Wed, 15 May 2013 00:00:00 IST




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