Friday, June 2, 2023

Open Nagaland ping pong c’ship ends

Second edition of open Nagaland ping pong championship, which commenced on Monday, concluded at K Kire indoor stadium, NAP training centre, Chümoukedima on Tuesday. The two-day event was organized by North East India Academy of Performing Arts (NIAPA).
According to NIAPA managing director Akuonuo Khezhie Yhome, 43 participants took part in the companionship. Participants included top players from Assam, Mizoram, Manipur and Arunachal apart from top players of Nagaland.
In men’s singles, Jeho Himnakulhpuingheta (Mizoram) emerged as winner and Shankab Gautam Boruah (Assam) finished runner-up.
In women’s singles final, Lalthansangi Sailo (Mizoram) defeated Adhikarimayum Sanatombi Devi. Shankab Gautum Boruah & Vivek Bora of Assam clinched men’s doubles title after beating Jyotishman Hazarika & Diganto Mahato also of Assam.
In the mixed doubles, Lalthansangi Sailo & Jeho Himnakulhpuingheta of Mizoram emerged victorious after defeating Avitoli K Yepthomi & Meyinukshi Longkumer of Nagaland.
Jeho of Mizoram received the NIAPA star award 2022 while K. Segal Singh of Nagaland got NIAPA best rising star award.


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