Dhaka, Sept 20 (UNB) - Ruman Shana clinched gold in the men’s recurve singles of the Modhumoti Bank Bangladesh Cup Archery (Stage-3) at the Shaheed Ahsanullah Master Stadium in Tongi on Friday.
Shana, a player of Bangladesh Ansar and VDP, beat Shakib Mollah of Tirondaz Sangsad by 6-2 set points in the final.
In the day’s other matches, Mohammad Hakim Rubel of BKSP bagged bronze beating Pradipta Chakma of BKSP by 7-3 set points at the same venue.
In the women’s recurve singles, Mehnaz Aktar Monira of Dhaka Army Archery Club bagged gold beating Eti Khatun of Tirondaz Sangsad by 6-4 set points in the final while Nasrin Aktar of Dhaka Army Archery Club bagged bronze.
In the men’s compound singles, Siam Siddiqui of Tirondaz Sangsad bagged gold beating Md Javed Alam of Dhaka Army Archery Club by 146-142 scores in the final and Ashim Kumar Das of Tirondaz Sangsad claimed bronze beating Abul Kashem Mamun of Bangladesh Ansar by 146-143 scores.
In the women’s compound singles, Susmita Bonik of Dhaka Army Archery Club bagged gold beating Bonna Aktar of Bangladesh Ansar by 143-141 scores in the final and Ritu Aktar of Tirondaz Sangsad claimed bronze beating Suma Bishwas of Bangladesh Ansar by 139-132 scores.
BKSP won gold medals in the men’s recurve team and women’s recurve team while Dhaka Army Archery Club won gold in the recurve mixed team.
Bangladesh Ansar won gold medals in the women’s compound team and mixed compound team while Dhaka Army Archery Club bagged gold in the men’s compound team.
Dhaka Army Archery Club bagged 9 medals including 4 gold, 4 silver, 1 bronze while Bangladesh Ansar won seven medals including 3 gold, 3 silver, 1 bronze and BKSP bagged 5 medals including 2 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze.
Managing Director and CEO of Modhumoti Bank Shafiul Azam distributed prizes among the winners as chief guest.
Dhaka, Sept 19 (UNB)- Bangladesh’s premier archer Ruman Shana finished top in the men’s recurve singles in the ranking round of the Modhumoti Bank Bangladesh Cup Archery (Stage-3) at the Shaheed Ahsanullah Master Stadium in Tongi on Thursday.
Shana, a player of Bangladesh Ansar and VDP, scored 685 to finish top.
Mohammad Hakim Rubel and Mohammad Tamimul Islam of BKSP finished 2nd and 3rdin the ranking round of the men’s recurve singles scoring 659 and 647 respectively.
In the women’s recurve singles, Eti Khatun of Tirondaz Sangsad finished top scoring 532, Mehnaz AktarMonira of Dhaka Army Archery Club finished became 2nd scoring 63 while Beauty Roy of Tirondaz Sangsad finished 3rd scoring 626 in the day’s ranking round.
In the men’s compound singles, Sohel Rana of Dhaka Army Archery Club topped list scoring 689,Ashim Kumar Das and Siam Siddiqui of Tirondaz Sangsad finished 2nd and 3rd scoring 689 and 683 respectively.
In the women’s compound singles, BonnaAktar of Bangladesh Ansar clinched the top slot scoring 681,SusmitaBonik of Dhaka Army Archery Club finished 2nd scoring 680 while Shymoli Roy of Bangladesh Ansarbecame 3rd scoring 677.
In the recurve teams’ event, BKSP reached clinched top slot in the men’s recurve team scoring 1953, Dhaka Army Archery Club finished top in the women’s recurve team scoring 1792, while Dhaka Army Archery Club also clinched to slot in recurve mixed team event scoring 1260.
In the compound teams’ event, Tirondaz Sangsad top the men’s compound team scoring 2055, Bangladesh Ansar finished top slot in the women’s compound team scoring 2021 while Dhaka Army Archery Club finished top of the mixed team event scoring 1369.
The elimination round of the two-day meet will be held tomorrow (Friday) from 10 am at the same venue.
Managing Director and CEO of Modhumoti Bank Shafiul Azam will distribute prizes among the winners as chief guest on Friday.
Dhaka, Sept 19 (UNB) – The 16th Premier Division Kabaddi League, organized by Bangladesh Kabaddi Federation (BKF), begins on Saturday (Sept 21) at the Kabaddi Stadium in the capital.
BKF Vice President and Treasurer of International Kabaddi Federation Amir Hossain Patwari will inaugurate the league at 8:30 am.
Four matches will be held on the opening day (Saturday).
Fifteen teams, split into two groups, will initially compete on a league basis matches.
Participating teams are:
Group A – Bangladesh Navy, Bangladesh Police, Bangladesh Air Force, Fire Service, Azad SC, Shaheed Mozaffar Smriti Sangsad, Matuail Milon Smriti Sangha and Star Sports.
Group B – Bangladesh Army, Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB), Bangladesh Jail, Dhaka Wanderers Club, Maniknagar Kabaddi Club, Institute of Kabaddi and South Bangla.
Dhaka, Sept 19 (UNB) - Dipu Chakma of Bangladesh Army clinched the men’s singles gold medal in senior (Under-39) category of the 3rd Kathmandu International Taekwondo Championship’2019 that concluded in Nepalese capital Kathmandu recently.
Mohammad Kamrul Islam of Bangladesh Ansar and VDP won silver medal in the men’s singles (under-23) category of the meet.
Taekwondo Federation hoped that this result will inspire Bangladesh taekwondo players for the upcoming 13th South Asian (SA) Games’2019 scheduled for December 1-10 in Kathmandu.
Earlier, a three-member Bangladesh taekwondo team, comprising two athletes and one official, represented Bangladesh in the four-day meet.
A total of 800 players from 12 countries took part in the different categories of the competition.
Dhaka, Sep 19 (UNB)- Nine girls and boys matches of the 26th Polar Ice Cream School Handball Tournament were decided on the opening day on Thursday at the Shaheed (Capt) M Mansur Ali National Handball Stadium here.
Managing Director of the meet’s sponsor Dhaka Ice Cream Industries Ltd. Nazim Uddin Ahmed inaugurated the meet in the noon at a simple ceremony, chaired by President of Bangladesh Handball Federation (BHF) AKM Nurul Fazal Bulbul.
In the opening match, Sunnydale School crushed Shaheed Sheikh Russell Govt. High School by 17-0 goals after leading the first half 11-0 in a girls group match.
In the day’s other girls’ group matches, Heed International beat Dhanmondi Tutorials by 7-3 goals (first half 4-2), Scholastica outplayed Cambrian School & College by 12-0 goals (first half 6-0), Bangladesh International School & College defeated Shaheed Anwar Girls College by 3-2 goals (first half 1-0), Kadamtola East Bashabo School & College trounced Rajdhani Ideals School by 6-0 goals (first half 5-0) , Shaheed Police Smriti College defeated Siddeswari Girls High by 10-1 goals (first half 2-0).
In the boys’ group matches, Scholastica Uttara beat Motijheel Govt Boys High School by 25-7 goals after leading the first half 10-3 while Saint Gregory’s School defeated Heed International School by 30-20 goals after dominating the first half by 17-1 goals.
A total of 37 school handball teams - 19 boys and 18 girls will compete in the meet, organised by Bangladesh Handball Federation (BHF) and sponsored by Dhaka Ice Cream Industries Ltd.
The finals of both boys and girls competition will be held on September 25 at the same venue.