SDAT Dolphin clinch overall championship in state swimming meet

The SDAT Dolphin team won the overall championship for boys and girls in the 32nd Tamil Nadu state south zone selection swimming championship in Velachery on Saturday. 

Published: 29th December 2019 07:40 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th December 2019 07:40 AM   |  A+A-

Winners of the state swimming championship in Chennai on Saturday

By Express News Service

CHENNAI: The SDAT Dolphin team won the overall championship for boys and girls in the 32nd Tamil Nadu state south zone selection swimming championship in Velachery on Saturday. 
Results: NMR: Group 2: 800m Freestyle: Krishna Pranav (ORCA) 09’18.77. Group 2: 1500m Freestyle: Krishna Pranav (ORCA) 17’37.84. Girls Group 4: 200m Individual medley: Shakti Ishwar Prasad (Individual) 02’51.83. Group 4: 50m Freestyle: Akriti Malini Sabat (Waves) 00’31.59. Winners: Boys: Group 1: 50m Freestyle: Ben Hanan (Balakrishna MHSS) 00’25.63. 100m Butterfly: Ben Hanan (Balakrishna MHSS) 01’00.14. 100m Backstroke: Darel Steve (Balakrishna MHSS) 01’05.51. 200m Breaststroke: Anbu Kathir (Balakrishna MHSS) 02’42.45. 1500m Freestyle: Sai Ganesh (Turtle) 18’46.49. Group 2: 50m Freestyle: Jashua Thomas (Balakrishna MHSS) 00’26.25. 100m Butterfly: S Avinash (TSPA) 01’05.07.

Group 3: 100m Butterfly: Sabarish (Turtles) 01’17.20. 200m Individual medley: Sabarish (Turtles) 02’56.35. Group 4: 50m Breaststroke: Srinivas (SDAT Dolphin) 00’39.85. 200m Individual medley: S Sai Aditya (ORCA) 02’47.08. Girls: Group 1: 50m Freestyle: Rakshna (Vels) 00’30.45. 100m Butterfly: Priyanka (SDAT Madurai) 01’28.60. 100m Backstroke: GR Rakshna (Vels) 01’15.80. 200m Breaststroke: Jaya Sruthi (Turtles) 03’13.93.1500m Freestyle: Kaviya (Turtles) 21’33.65. Group 2: 50m Freestyle: K Balaponni (SDAT Shakthi) 00’30.49. 100m Butterfly: Nidhi Vora (ORCA) 01’14.43. 200m Breaststroke: Risha Harini (Balakrishna MHSS) 03’09.31. 1500m Freestyle: PKKR Mahalakshmi (Chettinad Vidyashram) 20’31.25. Group 3: 100m Butterfly: Roshini (SDAT Madurai) 01’15.87. 200m Individual medley: Sarojini Saminathan (NLC) 02’47.29. Group 4: 50m Breaststroke: M Akkshara (Marina) 00’40.99.

Keerthivasan bags title
S Keerthivasan defeated Siddharth Madhavan 6-4, 6-0 in the boys singles final of the Robin Manfred U-14 AITA boys and girls tournament.
Results: Singles (boys): Keerthivasan bt Siddharth 6-4, 6-0; (girls): Ravillakumar bt Aadhya 6-3, 1-6, 6-2. Doubles (boys): Akshith/Mekala bt Jason/Krish 6-3, 6-1. (girls): Harithashree/Maaya bt Ravillakumar/Samyuktha 6-3, 6-2.

Naveen sparkles
S Naveen Saran’s 4/6 enabled Plato’s Academy, Tiruppur to hammer Concordia, Vellore by 151 runs 6th Junior Super Kings inter-school T20 championship at ICL Sankar Nagar grounds, Tirunelveli.
Brief scores: Vidya Mandir, Chennai 123/8 in 20 ovs bt Sri Ramakrishna, Coimbatore 94 in 19.4 ovs). Pts: Vidya Mandir 4, Sri Ramakrishna 0; CS Academy, Erode 113/5 in 20 ovs bt Govt Boys HSS, Srirangam 106/9 in 20 ovs. Pts: CS Academy 4, Srirangam 0; Lady Andal, Chennai 142/9 in 20 ovs bt SMBM, Dindigul 64 in 16 ovs. Pts: Lady Andal 4, SMBM 0; Plato’s Academy, Tiruppur 181/6 in 20 ovs bt Concordia, Vellore 30 in 13 ovs. Pts: Plato’s 4, Concordia 0.

Swaminathan scalps six
S Swaminathan’s 6/69 helped Tamil Nadu restrict Assam to 198 in the Col CK Nayudu Trophy U-23 tournament 
played in Silchar.
Brief scores: Assam 198 in 71.4 ovs (Thakuri 77; Swaminathan 6/69) vs Tamil Nadu 43/4 in 16 ovs.


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