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Students of Lourdes Central School shine in chess

Published On : 11 Feb 2018   |  Reported By : canaranews network


Mangaluru: Students of Lourdes Central school in the city have bagged prizes in state level chess competitions held recently.

Niranjan Rajiv won the first prize in under-17 boys’ category and Sriyana S Mallya bagged the second prize in under-9 girls’ category.

Suhena Suma Darshan has won first prize and Shraddha S Rai has won third prize in Karnataka state open chess tournaments held by Chikkamagaluru District Chess Association and District Journalists Association.

Lourdes Central School has also received Chess School Award for excellent achievement in chess by the school students.

School convener and principal have congratulated the students.







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