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Sepaktakraw championship: Ranga Reddy boys and girls champs | Published: 11th November 2019 | Posted Date: Monday 11th November 2019 07:31 PM

HYDERABAD: Ranga Reddy teams emerged winners at the 6th sub-Junior Inter District Sepaktakraw championship.

Day Two of the event witnessed some riveting matches where both the boys and girls teams of Ranga Reddy stood out as champions in the finals routing Nizamabad in both categories.

After an easy win over Hyderabad in the semis, Ranga Reddy girls locked horns with Nizamabad to hand them defeat with a scoreline of 21-14, 22-20.
The boys replicated the girls efforts to vanquish Nizamabad 21-12, 21-10 in a lop-sided match.

Adilabad and Mahbubnagar secured third place in the boys category while in girls category, Hyderabad and Kamareddy were third.

The Results
Girls final: Ranga Reddy bt Nizamabad 21-14, 22-20. Semifinals: Ranga Reddy bt Hyderabad 21-06, 21-09; Nizamabad bt Kama Reddy 21-05, 21-05. Earlier matches: Hyderabad bt Mahbubnagar 21-10, 21-07; Medak bt Karimnagar 21-13, 21-10; Kama Reddy bt Khammam 21-02, 21-05; Hyderabad bt Karimnagar 21-06, 21-09; Kama Reddy bt Warangal 21-11, 21-15; Medak bt Khammam 21-09, 21-11.

Boys final: Ranga Reddy bt Nizamabad 21-12, 21-10. Semifinals: Ranga Reddy bt Adilabad 21-08, 21-16, Nizamabad bt Mahbubnagar 21-18, 18-21, 21-27.

Earlier matches: Nizamabad bt Hyderabad 21-07, 21-16; Kama Reddy bt Medak 21-08, 21-08; Mahbubnagar bt Warangal 21-13, 21-15; Medak bt Warangal 21-11, 21-09; Kama Reddy bt Khammam 21-11, 21-08; Mahbubnagar bt Khammam 21-09, 21-11.




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