The shiva vs Vindy match was quite a dull affair with shiva talking the game 25-14 25-16. Shiva displayed some good volleyball skills and on the contrary vindy was a complete flop show. Shiva looked in complete control of the proceedings right from the word go.
Kumaon and Shivalik – the two giants of the sport- met each other in a high-voltage match, both determined to outdo the other and taste sweet victory. With experienced (as well as inter-IIT) players on both sides, the teams were well-balanced in all terms and hence, the match was a spectacle to watch for everyone. The first set began with both teams going neck-to-neck against each other.
By Mihik Agrawal
Kumaon concluded their season with a win over Shivalik in an entertaining third-place decider. Although the match was not well attended, it was an important one for both teams to add vital points to their GC tally. Kumaon were determined to put on a good performance
After having a dream run yesterday, defeating Aravali and Shivalik in consecutive matches and securing a quarter-final berth, Nilgiri’s luck finally ran out against Satpura. With this victory Satpura has qualified for the semis and has also booked a spot in the Group A for next year’s tournament.
Recently, IIT Delhi Aquatics team came home to a hero’s reception. And deservedly so. After all, they have made us proud in this year’s Inter-IIT Aquatics Meet held in IIT Kanpur.
Every team works diligently in a quest to improve until it reaches the pinnacle of sporting excellence and this year’s result shows that IIT Delhi’s aquatics team is marching (or should I say swimming) on the right path. Last year, IIT Delhi Boys’ swimming team secured 5th position and this year they secured the 3rd spot.
By Rishabh Kumar
Zanskar got the better of a relatively unbalanced vindy side in their table-tennis encounter . Vindy started very promisingly with Vijendra spearheading their attack. Vindy looked lively and agile in the first match and won the first match which went to the wire.