Tata Steel Chess Training Centre Cadets excel
Tata Steel Chess Training Centre cadets won seven medals including three gold during the recently concluded East Singhbhum District Open Chess Championship 2019 held at the JRD Tata Sports Complex on July 19 and 21
Results in details are as under:-
|1||Adhiraj Mitra||U8 Boys||Gold|
|2||Navieka jaiswal||U8 Girls||Gold|
|3||Ayush Dey||U6 Boys||Gold|
|4||Aditya Dhanraj||U10 Boys||Silver|
|5||Advika Mohanty||U10 Girls||Silver|
|6||Swastik Banerjee||U8 Boys||Silver|
|7||Nikkitasha Sakhara||U10 Girls||Bronze|
They are trained by Chess Training Centre Coaches Mr. Jayant Kumar Bhuyan and Ms. Shaukin Kundu. Tata Steel Sports Department officials have congratulated the medal winners for bringing laurels to the Centre.
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