M’lore: Inter-school chess tournament held at Mt Carmel


Media Release

Mangalore, Jul 6: The closing ceremony of the chess tournament began with a prayer song led by the staff of MCCS.

Raghuram Shetty, regional manager, SBI, RMO, Mangalore was the chief guest for the valedictory function which began at 5 pm in the school hall and gave away the Team Championship Prizes.

Vasantha Prabhu, manager of SBI, Yeyyadi honoured the board prize winners under 14 category.

Sr Ida Barboza, joint secretary of MCCS distributed the board prizes to under 16 Category. 

Principal Sr Melissa welcomed the gathering, Sr Juliana proposed the vote of thanks and Sylvia Benis compeered the programme.

Results of AICS inter school chess tournament : “battle of brains –2013” are as follows:

Under 14 category

Team Championship:
1. Sharada Vidyalaya, Mangalore
2. St. Theresa’s School, Mangalore
3. Lourdes Central School, Mangalore
Board Prizes:
1. Chaithanya Sham D., Lourdes Central School, Mangalore
2. Anutthama, Sharada Vidyalaya, Mangalore
3. Subramanya, Sharada Vidyalaya, Mangalore
4. Bhuvan, Shri Shri Ravishanker Vidyamandir, Mudipu
5. Rohan M. Shetty, Vidyodaya Public School, Udupi

Under 16 Category:
Team Championship:
1. Lourdes Central School, Mangalore
2. St. Theresa’s School, Mangalore
3. Sharada Vidyalaya, Mangalore
Board Prizes:
1. Aditya Pai K, St. Theresa’s School, Mangalore
2. Arjun Adappa, Lourdes Central School, Mangalore
3. Shashank Bhat, Bantwal Raghurama Mukunda Prabhu Public School, Bantwal
4. Dhrikshu K Vasant, Lourdes Central School, Mangalore
5. Akhilesh T Rai, Sharada Vidyanikethana Public School, Mangalore

  

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