By Shubham Singh Tanwar
After being delayed twice , one of the most awaited hockey matches happened on tuesday evening, between the fierce jwalamukhi squad and the skilled kumaon team. The petrichor from the afternoon was still strong when the match began. Both teams playing with vigour, however on each fronts whenever jwala crossed the half line, there was maanas.
By Somya Khandelwal
Nilgiri hostel continued their winning streak in an adrenaline pumped affair, as they beat Kumaon in straight sets, 25-24 25-14.
Nilgiri team seemed to be more confident than their opponents, but Kumaon managed to keep the score line neck to neck in the first set.
match won by udaigiri by 6wicket
On a cold and windy night, Girnar were too hot for Udaigiri as they registered their first win of the
pool stage. Matchday 1 of the new semester had provided a couple of entertaining and high scoring
clashes, and a sizeable crowd from each hostel had assembled at the touchline. Girnar were clad in
their plain all-whites, whereas the Udai “Eagles” donned sky blue. Girnar showed the difference in
quality between the two sides right from kickoff, with a flurry of attacks with Udai just managed to
keep at bay. Aman misseda golden chance to put Girnar ahead in just the 3rd minute.
By Rishabh Kumar
On the night of the inter-hostel table tennis semi-finals, Jwala put up a fight, but, could not prevent Satpura from securing a berth in the final, setting up a title clash with Girnar. Tanuj, from Satpura, started the proceedings against Jwala’s Bunny.