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Shriyana Mallya qualifies for national level chess championship

Published On : 24 Aug 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru: Derik’s Chess School talent six-year-old Shriyana Mallya has secured runner up in the State under 7 Girls chess championship organized by Mandya chess academy under the auspices of United Karnataka Chess association held at Gandhi Bhavan, Mandya from 19 to 21 August.


Shriyana scored 6 points in 7 rounds to bag the honour.

By this performance, she has been selected to represent Karnataka in the National under 7 Girls chess championship to be held at Puducherry during September.

Shriyana is studying in 1st standard in Lourdes Central School, Mangaluru and is daughter of Sandeep and Nandini S Mallya.

 







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