250 golfers expected to participate - The New Indian Express

250 golfers expected to participate

Published: 24th January 2013 11:16 AM

Last Updated: 24th January 2013 11:16 AM

The Rotary Club of Madras annual event — the Merchants and Bankers golf tournament, will be held on February 2 and 3 at the TNGF-Cosmo Golf Course.

The tournament, with the theme ‘Swing for a Cause’, will see corporates from Chennai, Coimbatore, Ooty, and Kodaikanal take part in the two-day event.

The organisers believe that about 250 golf enthusiasts will take part in the tournament.

Entry fee is Rs. 2,750 for an individual and Rs 4,500 for a team (of two).


Agni College of Technology will be organising the 4th edition of TSN T20 Rolling Trophy cricket tournament for school boys from January 24 at its college premises.

About 30 schools are taking part in the tournament which will be played under knock-out format.

There is no entry fee for the tournament and breakfast, lunch will be provided by the organisers.

The matches will be officiated by TNCA qualified umpires. Transportation and balls will be  provided by the organisers.

The winners will take home Rs. 50,000, while the runner-up will get Rs. 30,000.

Losing semifinalists will be given Rs. 10,000. Man of the Match award of Rs. 1000 for all the mathes.

In addition, special prizes for Best Batsman, Best Bowler, Best Fielder, Best All-Rounder and Player of the Tournament will be awarded


The fourth edition of the Republic Day Cup table tennis tournament’s for schools, colleges and corporates will be organised by SDAT-AKG TT Development Centre on Feb 2 and 3. The non-rankers tournament will be held in memory of sports journalist M.Z. Tanveer who passed away recently.

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Andhra emerged as champions in the South Zone under-14 cricket tournament when they finished top at the five-team league group with 16 points from four matches.  in Hyderabad . Hyderabad, who beat TN by 12 runs in their final league match, took the second spot.

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