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BRC Gloster National Billiards & Snooker Championship 2015 gets off in Kolkata

BRC Gloster National Billiards & Snooker Championship 2015 gets off in Kolkata

India Blooms News Service | | 03 Jan 2015, 10:17 pm
Kolkata, Jan 3 (IBNS): The BRC Gloster National Billiards & Snooker Championship 2015 got off to a flying start at the Bengal Rowing Club on Saturday.

In the Sub-Junior Billiards category, P. Rohit Yadav of Assam won the closely contested match (184-182) against his opponent Md. Hussain of Madhya Pradesh.

The match was evenly contested and at no stage did either of the players gain a lead of more than 10 points. In the last frame also, Md. Hussain could have won but time was little faster than him and Yadav was declared winner by 2 points.

Raghav Agarwal of Gujarat started on a good note and scored a break of 37 points routing Rajat Sharma of Haryana 211-68. Raghav was in good touch and played smoothly to knock out Rajat.

The West Bengal players also did well on opening day as Dhirendra Baid and Md. Shoaib registered good wins in Round 1. Dhirendra beat Sumair of Andhra Pradesh 199-76; Shoaib knocked out Krishna P. Naik of Orissa 163-114.

Results: National Billiards (Sub-Junior):

Barun Naik (OR) Walk Over Harman Sharma (PB).

Harmehr Mago (MH) Walk Over Ranveer Duggal (CH).

Jeet Vasani  (JKD) Walk Over Danish Wali (MH).

Harmehr Mago (MH) Walk Over Ranveer Duggal (CH).

Kewal Mahadeshwar (MH) 136 bt Krishanku Bose (ASM) 103.

Rishab Gulati (DL) 153  bt Rajesh Kumar (ASM) 106.

Md. Shoaib (WB) 163 bt Krishna P. Naik (OR) 114.

Tridip Deka (ASM) 172 bt Anshul Agarwal (MP) 155.

Abhinav Diman (HR) 161 bt Animesh Fatehpuria (WB) 136.

Raghav Agarwal (GJ) 211 bt Rajat Sharma (HR) 68. Break: Raghav 37.

Shobhit Sethi (PB) 178 bt K. Vibhas (AP) 127.

Dhirendra Baid (WB) 199 bt Sumair (AP) 76.

Malav Parikh (GJ) 206 bt Naman Verma (HR) 93.

P. Rohit Yadav (ASM) 184 bt Md. Hussain (MP) 182.