Ludhiana, August 23, 2019: On the Conclusion day of State Games for Boys under-14 Dedicated to the 550th Birth anniversary of Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji at Guru Nanak Stadium Ludhiana, Patiala bagged overall team championship here today with 39 points in its pocket, Ludhiana got second position with 25 points whereas Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar has to satisfy with third place with 24 points.
Kartar Singh Sehamby PSS, Deputy Director, Government of Punjab Department of Sports was the Chief Guest and gave away prizes to the winners.
Earlier, Ravinder Singh District sports Officer Ludhiana gave warm welcome to the Chief guest and the other distinguished guests present on the occasion.
In Athletics 200 meter Deepak Thakur of Fatehgarh sahib won gold clocking 25:40 sec, Paramveer Singh of Moga won Silver with 25:74 sec and Jobanpreet Singh of Ferozepur won the Bronze with 26:87 sec, 600 meter Karan Kumar of Saheed Bhagat Singh Nagar won the gold, Ankit Kumar of Jalandhar won the silver and Harpreet Singh of Roopnagar won the Bronze. In 4x100 meter Relay Ferozepur Bagged gold, Amritsar won Silver and Patiala won Bronze
In Badminton, Pathankot won the Gold by beating Jalandhar in the finals with 2-0, Whereas Ludhiana and Gurdaspur won Bronze.
In Kho-Khoo Ludhiana won the gold by Beating Sangrur In the Finals with 07-06, Jalandhar and Patiala were declared joint third with Bronze. In Semifinals Ludhiana beat Patiala 09-07 and Sangrur beat Jalandhar 11-07.
In Gymnastics Patiala won the Gold with 263.20 points, Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar won the silver with 244.70 points, Gurdaspur and Ludhiana won Bronze with 232.70 points. Sarthak of Sahizad Ajit Singh Nagar was declared the best Gymnast with 63.20 points, Sahil of Patiala second with 58.10 points, Lalit of Patiala third with 55.55 points. In-Floor ExercisesKapliesh of Gurdaspur won Gold with 12.00 points, Gurveer of Sangrur and Taksheek of Jalandhar won silver with 10.75 points, Ankit of Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar won Bronze with 10.65 points. In Pommel Horse Sathak of Sahibzad Ajit Singh Nagar won gold with 10.65 points, Himmat of Patiala won Silver with10.45 points, Kapliesh of Gurdaspur and Sameer of Jalandhar won bronze with 8.10 points. In Roman Ring Sarthak of Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar won Gold with 11.45 points, Sahil of Patiala won silver with 11.00 points, Shiva of Gurdaspur and Naman of Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar won bronze. In Table wallet Sahil of Patiala won the gold with 10.30 points, Gurveer Singh of Sangrur won Silver with9.925 points and Sarthak of Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar won the bronze with 9.825 points. In Parallel Bar Sarthak Of Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nager won Gold with 12.80 points, Sahil of Patiala won Silver with 12.45 points, Kapliesh of Gurdaspur and Gurveer of sangrur won bronze with 11.10 points.
In Table Tennis Sahibzda Ajit Singh Nagar won Gold, Jalandhar won silver, Sangrur and Barnala won Bronze.
In Swimming Ludhiana won the Gold with 28 points, Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar won the Silver with 26 points and Faridkot won Bronze with 22 points.
In Football Hoshiarpur won the Gold by defeating Jalandhar in the Finals with 2-0, RoopNager won Bronze by defeating Patiala 1-0.
In Handball Ferozepur won the Gold by Beating Patiala 17-15 in the Finals, Fazilka Beat Fatehgarh sahib 22-20 and won Bronze.
In Kabaddi Circle style Kapurthala won Gold by defeating Gurdaspur with 39-33 points. Moga And Ferozepur were declared joint third winning bronze.
In Kabaddi National Style Amritasr won the Gold, Patiala won silver Whereas Ludhiana and Sangrur were declared joint third with Bronze.
In Hockey Jalandhar won the Gold by Beating Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nager 2-0 and Bathinda won the Bronze by beating Ludhiana 4-3 penalty shootout.
In Boxing Patiala won the Gold with 14 points, Amritsar won Silver with 12 points and Sangrur won Bronze with 10 points.
In Volleyball Sahibzad Ajit Singh Nagar won the Gold By Beating Ludhiana with 3-2 and Amritasr won bronze by beating Mukatsar 3-0.
In Roller Skating Sangrur won the Gold with 25 points, jalandhar wion silver with 18 points and Patiala won Bronze with 13 points
In Archery Fazilka won the Gold with 634 points, Patiala won silver with 558 points and Shri Mukatsar sahib won Bronze with 556 points.