UoM’s Inter-Collegiate Inter-Zonal Men’s Games: SBRR Mahajana FGC emerge Overall Champions
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UoM’s Inter-Collegiate Inter-Zonal Men’s Games: SBRR Mahajana FGC emerge Overall Champions

SBRR Mahajana FGC, Mysuru, emerged overall champions with 30 points in the UoM’s Inter-Collegiate Inter-Zonal Men’s Games 2017-18, conducted jointly by Maharaja’s College & DPE, UoM at the University Grounds here on Thursday.

Post Graduate Sports Council, Manasagangothri, finished second with 25 points, while Govt. College, Mandya, secured the third place with 12 points.

Results

Badminton: 1. SBRR Mahajana FGC, 2. PGSC, Manasagangothri, 3. Govt. Science College, Hassan.

Ball-badminton: 1. GFGC, Bharathinagar, 2. JSS (Ooty) Road, 3. Govt. Arts College, Hassan.

Basketball: 1. Govt. College (A), Mandya, 2. PGSC, Mysuru, 3. St. Philomena’s College.

Chess: 1. PGSC, Manasagangothri, 2. Sarada Vilas College, 3. GFGC, Srirangapatna.

Cricket: 1. SBRR Mahajana FGC, 2. PGSC, Manasagangothri, 3. Govt. Arts College, Hassan.

Football: 1. SBRR Mahajana FGC, 2. PES (Mandya), 3. St.Joseph’s College, Hassan.

Handball: 1. NDRK College, Hassan, 2. PES, Mandya, 3. Govt. FGC, Billikere.

Kabaddi: 1. Adhichunchanagiri, 2. Govt. College (A), Mandya.

Kho-Kho: 1. PGSC, Manasagangothri, 2. Govt. Arts College, Hassan, 3. NDRK, Hassan.

Softball: 1. SBRR Mahajana FGC, 2. Govt. (A) College, Mandya, 3. NDRK College, Hassan.

Table Tennis: 1. SBRR Mahajana FGC, 2. JSS (Ooty) Road, 3. Govt. (A) College, Mandya.

Tennis: 1. St.Joseph’s FGC, 2. Sri Mahadeshwara, 3. Koutalya FGC.

Throwball: 1. SBRR Mahajana FGC, 2. Maharaja’s College, 3. PES Science, Arts & Commerce, Mandya.

Hockey: 1. St. Philomena’s FGC, 2. Vidyashram FGC, 3. PES Science, Arts, Commerce, Mandya.

Volleyball: 1. PGSC, 2. NDRK, Hassan, 3.   Adhichunchanagiri.

March 4, 2018

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