Yadav, Sunil enter round 2
By Express News Service - HYDERABAD
31st October 2012 12:06 PM
Chotelal Yadav of Services made a good start when defeated Railways’ K. Manikandan 16-6 in the bantamweight (56 kg) first round bout on the opening day of the Sahara 59th senior national boxing championship for men at the Lal Bahadur Stadium here on Tuesday.
Sunil of Railways registered an easy 23-6 win over Sanjay Mishra of MP. Hosts Andhra began on a bad note when their hope Trivikram Dev went down to Gajendra of MP in super heavyweight class. The referee had to stop the contest in the second round.
Light flyweight (49 kgs): Lal Chand Dhaw (WB) bt Prashant K.M. (Ker) 18-3.
Flyweight (52 kgs): Sunil (RSPB) bt Sanjay Mishra (MP) 24-4.
Bantamweight (56 ksg): Ashish (UP) bt Leo John (Ker) RSC second round; Amit Bisht (Raj) bt Jitender (SPSB) 15-10; Kulwinder Singh (Pun) bt Aman (SPSB) 15-10; Kamal Singh (Tri) bt Pradeep (Bih) retd first round; Chotelal Yadav (SSCB) bt K. Manikandan (RSPB) 16-6; Ajay Kumar (Har) bt Sunny (Ori) 15-12; V.D. Rao (Kar) bt Shobnath (Guj) RSC first round; Pranit Kumbhar (Mah) bt Murugen (And) RSC first round; Yudhveer (MP) bt Vikas (Del) 18-14; Anubhav (Utk) bt V Kumar (TN) RSC second round.
Light welterweight (64 kgs): Pramod (Tri) bt Rohit (Ori) 17-7.
Middlewight (75 kgs): Jaideep (SSCB) bt D. S. Sundar (And) RSC first round.
Super heavyweight (plus 91 kgs): Manjeet Singh (Pun) bt Gurpreet Singh (Del) 11-7; Gajendra (MP) bt Trivikram Dev (AP) RSC second round.
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