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Atit storms into final

KOCHI: Atit B. Shah, the top seed from Ernakulam, defeated Munnar's Samar Singh and entered the final of the 52nd Kerala State senior billiards championship at the Regional Sports Centre here on Wednesday.

The results:

Senior billiards: Semifinal: Atit B. Shah (RSC, Ekm) bt Samar Singh (KDH, Mnr) 365-170; Quarterfinal: Mohan George (RSC, Ekm) bt Ashok Babu (YMCA, Ktm) 392-171.

Senior snooker: Quarterfinal: Mohan George (RSC, Ekm) bt Jease Kuriaskiose (YMCA, Ktm) 47-30, 50-56, 67-22, 66-52.

Junior snooker (pre-quarterfinals): Mathew Chandy (YMCA, Ktm) bt S. Anand (RSC, Ekm) 11-43, 52-29, 59-27; Tobit Korah (RSC, Ekm) bt Mishal T. Bilal (RSC, Ekm) 50-33, 47-50, 49-33.

Junior billiards (pre-quarterfinals): Vikram Ramesh (RSC, Ekm) bt S. Anand (RSC, Ekm) 138-48; Abraham John (YMCA, Ktm) bt S. Vignesh Raj (RSC, Ekm) 130-83 . — Special Correspondent

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