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Shankar Narayan Ghose and Sailaranjan Das win the 2nd edition of Shree Cement Weekly Bridge League
Shree Cement Weekly Bridge
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Shankar Narayan Ghose and Sailaranjan Das win the 2nd edition of Shree Cement Weekly Bridge League

| @indiablooms | 31 Oct 2021, 05:53 pm

Kolkata/IBNS: Shankar Narayan Ghose and Sailaranjan Das won the second edition of Shree Cement Weekly Bridge League organised by the West Bengal Bridge Association Saturday night.

The Ghose and Das pair collected 2.40 Master Points (Mps) in the competition which is being held online every Saturday.

Rajendra Sirohia and Sukalyan Sarkar came second with 2.16 Mps while Amarnath Banerjee and R P Tripathi, who were third in the first edition of the league held last week, also finished at the same spot earning 1.94 Mps.

Following are the results of top five finishers of the day.

1. Shankar Narayan Ghose & Sailaranjan Das (2.40 Mps)

2. Rajeendra Sirohia & Sukalyan Sarkar ( 2.16 Mps)

3. Amarnath Banerjee & R P Tripathi ( 1.94 Mps)

4 Prakriti Ranjan Santra & Sudipta Roy ( 1.75 Mps)

5. Biswajit Dutta & Santanu Das ( 1.57 Mps.)

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