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South Point HS triumphs

KOLKATA: South Point High School and Ballygunge Shiksha Sadan lifted the boys and girls team titles respectively in the South Calcutta District schools table tennis.

The results (finals): Team: Girls: Ballyguange Shiksha Sadan bt South Point HS 3-2. Boys: South Point HS bt BD Memorial Institution 3-1. Individual: Boys: Under-19: Ronit Mitra (SPHS) bt Rahul Chakraborty (Naktala HS) 3-1; Under-17: Sumit Roy (Jadavpur HS) bt Subham Kundu (Lycee) 3-0; Under-14: Souvik Banerjee (Matrix) bt Sayan Das (Barisha HS) 3-2; Under-12: Jeet Chandra (Lycee) bt Soumyajit Bose(St. Helen) 3-0.

Girls: Under-19: Rupsa Bhattacharya (BSS) bt Manisha Mukherjee (Barisha GHS) 3-0; Under-17: Somali Sarkar (AKG) bt Arunima Chakraborty (Binodini HS) 3-0; Under-14: Sangita Mahadani (KGH) bt Ritika Kundu (Binodini) 3-0; Under-12: Ritika Kundu bt Surbhi Patwari (MBG) 3-0 .

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