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Feb 09, 2019
9:31PM

Table Tennis: India's young paddlers clinch four medals

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In Table Tennis, India's young paddlers clinching four medals, including a gold, at the Bahrain Junior and Cadet Open tournament in Manama.

Besides the gold, India won two silver and a bronze. India fielded three teams in the cadet girls' team event and swept all the three medals on offer.
 
India-A team won the gold, India-B - Silver and India-C - Bronze.
   
The India-B team of Yashaswini Ghorpade and Kavya Sree Baskar beat Egypt in the first semifinal, while India-A defeated India-C in the other semifinal.
 
 
In the final, the India-A team of Suhana Saini and Anargya Manjunath proved too strong for India-B and clinched the Gold.
 
In the Junior girls' competition, the Indian team of Manushree Patil and Swastika Ghosh beat three teams before losing to eventual champions Russia to settle for a Silver.

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