Willingdon Catholic Gymkhana (WCG) turned gaint
killers when they outplayed Otters Club ‘B’ 3-1 in the best of five
final to claim the title in The Leela-ISP Squash Classic handicap team
event that concluded at the glass-backed squash courts of The Leela on
Prashant Mehra gave WCG a winning start, capitalizing
on his three-point advantage to beat Cyrus Apoo 14-15, 15-11, 8-15, 15-9,
15-9. After Jay Thapa had beaten Karan Bhatty15-4, 13-15, 9-15, 15-10 to
give WCG a 2-0 lead, Ashwin Kukreja pulled one back for Otters ‘B’,
defeating Bipin Batra 15-14, 15-13, 15-13, 15-9 against Tushar Bhambani.
heroics in Khar Gym win
in Asian Age, Mumbai : 16/4/2003)
Rajesh Rajani’s heroics, despite a knee injury,
enabled Khar Gymkhana ‘B’ record back to back victories and maintain
their unbeaten run in the The Leela-ISP Squash Classic handicap team
event, matches of which were played at the glass-backed courts of The
Leela, on Sunday.
Khar Gym ‘B’ first defeated Andheri Recreation
Club 3-2 and then went on to outplay Hiranandani Club 4-1, with Rajani
winning both his rubbers.
Gymkhana survive Khar scare
in Indian Express, Mumbai : 22/4/2003)
Juhu Gymkhana upstaged Khar Gymkhana 3-2 inThe Leela-ISP Squash Classic Handicap team event at the
glass-backed courts of The Leela on Sunday.
Though Amit Pal Kohli gave Khar Gymkhana a good
start, defeating Siddharth Samantray in three games, Saket Wali and Karan
Malhotra lost their matches to give Juhu Gym a 2-1 lead. After Rohan
Gracious had resorted parity or Khar Gym, defeating Jatin Mehta in
straight games, Akshay Gandhi defeated Siddharth Malhotra in the decider
to give Juhu Gymkhana the tie.
Tournament Organised by ISP
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