BADMINTON

Spring Daleans win medals in the Open District Badminton Tournament
Selected for State-level tournament
 
Proving their mettle in badminton again, potential shuttlers from Spring Dale Senior School bagged gold, silver and bronze medals, by competing with badminton players from other schools, in the Open District Tournament held at Amritsar. The Spring Daleans won five gold, eight silver and four bronze medals in this event.
 
All of them have been selected for participation in the Open Punjab Tournament, on the basis of their outstanding performance in the Open District Tournament. Budding shuttlers Adhyan Kakkar (under-13) and Garv Chawla (under-15) bagged a gold medal each in the singles and doubles events in their respective categories, while Nilesh Seth (under-11) won gold medal in the doubles events besides a silver medal in the singles events, in his category.
 
Garv Preet (under-15) and Rishika Seth (under-15) bagged a silver medal each in the singles and doubles events, in their respective categories. Suhaan (under-11) bagged a silver medal in the doubles events in his category. Samarth Dhingra (under-13) and Shaurya Podwal (under-13) won a silver medal each in the doubles events and a bronze medal each in the singles events, respectively.
 
Meanwhile, Arjun Dilawari (under-15) won a bronze medal each in the singles and doubles events in his category in this tournament. Mr Rajiv Kumar Sharma, Principal, Spring Dale Senior School, said that the Spring Daleans competed with 64 badminton players from all over the district to win medals in this tournament.
 
“All of them have been selected for participation in the Open Punjab Tournament,” he said. Mr Sharma added that Adhyan Kakkar (under-13) and Shaurya Podwal (under-13) had also represented the school in the Junior Badminton League Tournament. Congratulating the winners, Dr Kirat Sandhu Cheema, Director, Spring Dale Senior School, and Mr Sahiljit Singh Sandhu, President, Spring Dale Educational Society, said, “The school is proud of their achievement.”
 
 
Spring Dale Senior School