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Govindarajan appointed RARC Chairman

CHENNAI: Veteran football administrator and Secretary of the Tamil Nadu Football Association, T.R. Govindarajan, has been appointed Chairman of the All India Football Federation's Referees and Assistant Referees Committee (RARC), known earlier as the Referees Board.

American College in final

At Dindigul: American College HSS (Madurai) and NLC HSS (Neyveli) entered the final of the S.K.S. Trust Trophy State-level inter-school football tournament on Wednesday.

The results (Semifinals): ACHSS (Mdu) 2 (Chinniah, Amarnath) bt Alagappa Model (Kkd) 0; NLC HSS 2 (K. Mohan, Delli Babu) bt Loyola IC (Mdu) 0.

NCZ claims men's title

At Tiruchi: North Central Zone got the better of Eastern 3-1 to claim the men's team championship in the 39th all-India table tennis tournament on Wednesday.

The results (Men's final): North Central Zone bt Eastern Zone 3-1 (Zabarjeet Singh bt P. Dutta 11-4, 11-6, 11-5; Parag Agarwal bt G.S. Sett 11-5, 11-7, 12-10; Hemant Talwar lost to C.R. Chakraborthy 2-11, 8-11, 9-11; Parag Agarwal bt P. Dutta 11-7, 11-9, 11-9).

Women's final: Eastern Zone bt Western Zone 3-1 (Avanti Sinha bt Megha Paranjpe 3-11, 11-5, 11-8, 11-6; Chandrani Dey bt Sharmila Mouskar 7-11, 12-10, 9-11, 11-6, 11-5; Moushmi Bandopadyay lost to S.V. Mogre 6-11, 3-11, 5-11; Avanti Sinha bt Sharmila Mouskar 11-5, 11-6, 11-5). — Special Correspondent

Loyola College wins

At Tiruchi: Loyola College, Chennai, won the 5th State-level hockey tournament for the `Khajamian ever rolling trophy' here on Wednesday.

In its third and last semifinal league encounter, Loloya scored a hard fought 4-3 win over host Jamal Mohamed College. The highlight of the match was a fine hat-trick by Raja Kannan for the winner, after Koshikan opened the account in the 12th minute. R. Chandra Kumar, S. Senthil Kumar and R. Dhanpal shared the goals for Jamal.

Three teams qualify

At Thanjavur: St. Peter's Old Boys Recreation Club, Thanjavur Armed Police (Madurai) and South Zone Police (Madurai) were the first three teams to qualify from the Mofussil Zone on Wednesday (five more will qualify from this zone) for the Tamil Nadu State senior basketball championship for men, which commences on Thursday.

Mofussil Zone results: final round: Armed Police (Madurai) bt Golden Arrows BC (Nagercoil) 57-15; South Zone Police (Madurai) bt SAI Salem 50-40; St. Peter's OBRC (Thanjavur) bt YMCA Coimbatore 62-56.

Second round: St. Peter's OBRC bt Steels BC (Salem) 70-27; JBC Ooty bt Sivagangai BC 40-22; YMCA Coimbatore bt Rajapalayam City BC 64-35; Sparks Salem bt Silver Jubilee SC (Periakulam) 60-45; Gaiety BC (Virudhunagar) bt Karur BC 53-47; South Zone Police bt Jamal Mohamed College (Tiruchi) 50-44; Armed Police (Madurai) bt Udumalpet BC 55-32; Young Stars BC (Batlagundu) bt Subramanyam Chetty MBC (Thanjavur) 38-20; SDAT Sports Hostel (Madurai) bt Rock City BC (Salem) 53-43; SAI Salem bt Veeraraghavan BC (Thanjavur) 59-37; Nexus BC (Mannargudi) bt Aranthangi BC 48-39; PSG CAS BC (Coimbatore) bt Phoenix BC (Madurai) 55-46; Karur Tex BC (Karur) bt St. Peter's Junior Star BC 60-53. — Special Correspondent

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