Naveen Rathi, Anshul and Arihaan win IGU’s Chandigarh junior even -
BCCI announces annual player retainership 2023-24 Senior Men India Team. Indian cyclists added 2 Gold, 1 Silver and 1 Bronze to the kitty on day 3 of 43rd Senior, 30th Junior Asian Track & 12th Para Track Cycling Championships. India’s top athletes eye Paris Olympics at Apollo Tyres New Delhi Marathon. Indian team wins 2 Gold, 1 Silver & 1 Bronze on day 2 of Asian Track Cycling Championships . दिल्ली यूनिवर्सिटी एल्यूमिनी दसवें पद्मश्री श्याम लाल मेमोरियल इन्विटेशनल हॉकी टूर्नामेंट में 9-0 से जीती.। Matsuyama takes historic ninth PGA TOUR victory at Genesis, Theegala 37th. CEAT ISRL Grand Finale: Bangalore to Witness High-Octane Action and Championship Showdown. India clinches four medals on day one in the 43rd Senior, 30th Junior Asian Track & 12th Para Track Cycling Championships.मेजबान श्याम लाल कॉलेज ने दसवें पद्मश्री श्याम लाल मेमोरियल इन्विटेशनल हॉकी (महिला और पुरुष) टूर्नामेंट 2024 में श्रीराम कॉलेज ऑफ कॉमर्स को 7-1 से हराया। एनी स्पोर्ट्स क्लब ने जीता संदीप सूरी क्रिकेट टूर्नामेंट का ख़िताब।

Naveen Rathi, Anshul and Arihaan win IGU’s Chandigarh junior even

Share us on
211 Views

Podium finishers in IGU’s Northern India Junior at Chandigarh.

Khel Today Bureau 

Chandigarh: Naveen Rathi and Anshul Mishra led the winners’ parade in Category A and B while Arihaan Beri won the Category C honours in Indian Golf Union’s Northern India Junior Boys Golf Championships at the iconic Chandigarh Golf Club.

Naveen Rathi produced the most outstanding performance of the week as he closed the week with a stunning nine-under 63 that included an incredible 11 birdies and two bogeys. He had 69-75-71 on the first three days and finished with a total of 10-under 278.

Rathi from Haryana finished two shots ahead of Punjab’s Jujhar Singh ((65-69-70-76) at 290 and Manjot Singh, also from Punjab with (71-68-68-74) at 291 was third.

Anshul Mishra from West Bengal took the honours in Category B with rounds of 73-71-72-70 for a total of 2-under 286. He was closely followed by Arjun Veer Shishir of Punjab, who shot 75-70-72-74 at 3-over 291.

Making a fine comeback on the last day was Arshvant Srivastava, who after 76-76 on first two days fought back well to shoot 73-71 on last two days grab the third place on the podium.

In the rankings for Category A and B combined, the three Category A toppers were the top three, with Mishra, the winner in Category B, finished fifth overall. The next best category B boys in the Combined ranking were Arjun Veer in Tied-11th place and Arshvant in Tied-19th place.

Arihaan Beri of Delhi shot rounds of 74-73-76 for a winning total of 7-over 223 while Varish Mohta of West Bengal with rounds of 75-76-74 at 9-over 22 was second and Karnataka’s Jashan Ganapathy (73-80-79) was third.

The next event for the IGU’s Junior Boys circuit will be at Panchkula Golf Club.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.