CHESS

Spring Daleans win laurels in Chess
 
Displaying amazing strategic skills, the students of Spring Dale Senior School bagged laurels in the Open District Chess Tournament held at Amritsar. The potential chess champions from Spring Daleans vied with chess enthusiasts from various other schools in the district to bag four gold medals, one silver medal and five bronze medals in the event, besides cash prizes.
 
Giving details, Mr Rajiv Kumar Sharma, Principal, Spring Dale Senior School, said that the school’s budding chess masters competed with at least 100 chess aficionados from various schools in the district to notch top positions in the tournament. He added that Anushka Aggarwal, of class IV of Spring Dales, bagged the first position and a cash prize of Rs 300, in the under-9 Category.
 
Mrs Sharma maintained that Nitya Singhania, of class VI of Spring Dales, bagged the first position and a cash prize of Rs 300 in the Under-13 (Girls) category, while Shreya Vij, of class VIII of Spring Dales, won the first position and cash to the tune of Rs 300, in the under-17 (Girls) category, while Gaumit Kauts, of class X of Spring Dales, bagged the first position and a cash prize of Rs 300, in the under-17 (Boys) category.
 
He further said that Kashish Gaba, of class VIII of Spring Dales, won the second position and a cash prize of Rs 200 in the under-17 (Girls) category, while Varya Arora, of class I of Spring Dales, was third in the under-9 category and also won a cash prize of Rs 100. Bhavesh Mahajan, of class IV of Spring Dales, bagged the third position and a cash prize amounting to Rs 100, in the under-13 (Boys) category, while Mannat Singh, of class VI of Spring Dales, bagged the third prize and a cash prize of Rs 100, in the under-13 (Girls) category.
 
Ekleen Kaur, of class VIII of Spring Dales, (under-17 Girls), and Arman Arora, of Plus Two of Spring Dales, (under-17 Boys), bagged the third position and a cash prize of Rs 100 each, in their respective categories. Dr Kirat Sandhu Cheema, Director, Spring Dale Senior School, and Mr Sahiljit Singh Sandhu, President, Spring Dale Educational Society, congratulated the winners.
  
 
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