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Emerald Heights Hosts 67th SGFI National Table Tennis U-19 Tournament

EducationWorld March 2024 | Spotlight Feature

The 67th SGFI National Table Tennis U-19 Boys and Girls Tournament 2023-24 was successfully hosted by the Indian Public Schools’ Conference (IPSC) at The Emerald Heights International School from January 15th to 18th, 2024.

This marked the first time in the history of Indore that such an event was organized, attracting over 350 players from 33 states across the country. Dedicated to the under-19 boys and girls categories, the tournament commenced with a grand opening ceremony. Traditional dances representing various Indian states were showcased in the Colors of India segment, highlighting the nation’s rich cultural heritage. Additionally, a ceremonial march past by all participating teams added to the event’s grandeur.

The presence of Chief Guest, Mr. Siddharth Singh, Director of Emerald Heights, and Mr. Rakesh Kumar Singh, Field Officer, added prestige to the occasion. Matches were held at the state-of-the-art Maharana Pratap Sports Complex, with thirty officials efficiently overseeing the championship under the guidance of international referee, Mr. RC Morya.

In summary, the 67th SGFI National Table Tennis U-19 Boys and Girls Tournament 2023-24, hosted by IPSC at Emerald Heights, showcased exemplary organizational skills and commitment to excellence. The seamless execution of the tournament, coupled with the school’s warm hospitality and support, created an unforgettable experience for all participants. Gratitude is extended to everyone involved in making this event a resounding success.

Results:
INDIVIDUAL BOYS U-19
1. Bodhisatva Chaudhary – West Bengal
2. Ayan Ghosh – West Bengal
3. Priyansh Singh Bhati – Rajasthan
4. Siddhant Deshpandey – Maharashtra
5. Shaikh Mohd. Arman – Gujarat
6. Rudra Narayan Ghosh – West Bengal
7. Arjav Gupta – Haryana
8. Anokh G. Nai – Kerala

INDIVIDUAL GIRLS U-19
1. Subhankirta Datta – CISCE
2. Ananya Chande – Maharashtra
3. Pranati P. Nair – Kerala
4. Prachi Majumdar – Haryana
5. Triyasha Maity – West Bengal
6. Sahana H. Murthy – Karnataka
7. Anandita Luhawat – Maharashtra
8. Arnee Parmar – Gujarat

TEAM BOYS U-19
1. Gujarat
2. Maharashtra
3. Haryana
4. Andhra PREDESH
5. CISCE
6. Tamil Nadu
7. Karnataka
8. Rajasthan

TEAM GIRLS U-19
1. Maharashtra
2. Tamil Nadu
3. CISCE
4. Haryana
5. Kerala
6. Chandigarh
7. Gujarat
8. Karnataka

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