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GCCI Centenary Cup Table Tennis Finals

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  • Sandeep Heble
    Report of GCCI Centenary Cup Finals(Table Tennis) held on 1st February 2008, at the Indoor Stadium in Campal-Panaji There were plenty of thrills at the Finals
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 1, 2009
      Report of GCCI Centenary Cup Finals(Table Tennis) held on 1st February
      2008, at the Indoor Stadium in Campal-Panaji

      There were plenty of thrills at the Finals of the GCCI Centenary Cup,
      a Talent Search Table Tennis Tournament organized by the Goa Chamber
      of Commerce and Industry in association with the Panjim Table Tennis
      Club and the Sports Authority of Goa, held at the Indoor Stadium in
      Campal on Sunday.

      Varun Devjani showed plenty of grit and determination as he came back
      from a 2 set deficit to defeat the highly talented Selvyn Godinho in a
      pulsating encounter in the Under 14 Boys Singles.

      In the Girls Under -14 duel, Leticia Pinto kept out the spirited
      challenge of Nisha Mhambre to clinch the title 14-12, 10-12, 11-9,
      11-3.

      Jagdish Kaisare played an attacking game to overcome Varun Devjani
      12-10, 11-3, 8-11, 11-9 to clinch the Under-12 Boys Singles title. In
      the girls Under 12, Rhea Alfonso emerged winner after she defeated
      Annalee Serrao 11/6, 7/11, 11/8, 11/9.

      In the Under- 10 Boys category, Nigel Menezes got the better of
      Shivang Paliwal 11/6, 11/7, 11/9 while in the Under 10 girls, Arantxa
      Noronha beat the young Abigail D' Cuna 11-2, 11-4 and 11-3.

      Promising Player Prizes were awarded to Joel Andrade, Tyrone D' Costs,
      Nesmon Rodrigues, Imamuddin Killer, Atharv Joshi, Abhishek Dalvi and
      Pranav Maganlal.

      Mr. Kirit Maganlal, while speaking on behalf of the GCCI during the
      Prize distribution, announced that the GCCI would now look at
      supporting similar sporting ventures in the future. GCCI President
      Nitin Kunkolienker was the chief guest and Commander Pinto the Special
      Guest. The Tournament was officiated by NIS Coach Irwin Cordo.

      Earlier, Chetan Kawlekar, President of the Panjim Table Tennis Club
      delivered the welcome address while State TT Player Ajit Ghantker
      proposed the vote of Thanks. Club Secretary and Tournament coordinator
      Sandeep Heble compeered.

      Yours sincerely
      Sandeep Heble
      Secretary, PTTC
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