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Boys from Sector 56 Center Eves win championships in a sub-junior boxing competition

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<p>The Chandigarh State Boxing Championship for the 37th Sub-Junior Boys and 18th Sub-Junior Girls was won by the Sector 56 Boxing Coaching Center.</p>
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<p>Shristi defeated Ekamjot Kaur in the girls’ 35–37 kg division to win. Diksha won the 37–40 kg final against Niti, while Nisha won the 40–43 kg gold by overcoming Manu Priya. Mahira Singh won the 43-46 kg final against Manu Priya, while Shine Virmal triumphed against Savmya in the 46-49 kg final.</p>
<p>Pratima defeated Kavya Nautiyal to win the gold medal in the 52-55 kg division. Ishika triumphed against Harshita Gupta in the 58-61 kg final. In the final, Sehajta defeated Manasui in 64-67 kg. Vanshika took up the bronze medal in the +67kg final, which Gurseerat Kaur won against Bhavya.</p>
<p>Saumya took home the best challenger award, while Gurseerat Kaur emerged victorious as the best boxer. With 15 points, the Sector 56 team became victorious overall, with the Sector 42 Boxing Coaching Center coming in second with 9 points.</p>
<p>Anurah defeated Farhan Hussain to win the 30-35kg championship in the boys’ competition. Adarsh Raj and Deepak shared third place. Ajay Singh triumphed against Nishant Bidla in the 35-37 kg final, while Aditya Raj and Shorya Rana shared the bronze. Shiven Sharma was defeated by Kushal Sirswal in the 37–40 kg final. Saarthak Ghalot and Ishu Kotal secured a shared third place.</p>
<p>Partik won the 40-43 kg final against Yatharth. Parath and Prince Verma had to settle for third place. Kartik defeated Pusheinder Singh to win the gold in the 43-46 kg weight class, while Angad Singh and Yuvraj Nahar each took home the bronze. Anirudh Bhardwaj beat Parteek in the 46-49 kg final, with Sumit Arya and Mohammad taking third place. Kartik lost to Aarav Sharma in the 49-52 kg final. Raghav and Shivam Yadav tied for third place.</p>
<p>Arsh beat Ayaan Jagota in the 52-55 kg final, while Prince Kumar Singh took third place. In the 55-58 kg final, Aditya Pratap Singh triumphed against Dhruv Sidana, while Jatin Kumar triumphed over Kamran in the 64-67 kg division. Diljot lost to Ranveer in the 67-70 kg final.</p>
<p>Ajay Singh was crowned the best challenger, while Kartik was declared the best boxer. With 34 points, the Sector 56 team won the whole competition, while with 12 points, the Sector 42 team took second place.</p>


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