Plauschturnier 2 (June 2019)

We have successfully conducted our second plausch tournament of 2019. Many thanks to all who have worked tirelessly to make this event a grant success. We had a participation of 8 teams and the winners were, 1st Prize- Joy Kannampuzha & Anish Paul 2nd Prize – Benson Pazhayattil & Jimmy Sasthamkunnel Hearty congrats to the winners and all the participants who made this event a memorable one. Posting a few…

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Indoor Games 2019

Chess 2nd Babu Kattupalam 1st Jiz Chirupurath Caroms Doubles 2nd Titus Naduvathumuriyil & Titus Puthenveetil 1st Ciji Thomas & Shaju Cheerankuzhiyil Caroms Singles 2nd Shaju Cheerankuzhiyil 1st Titus Naduvathumuriyil Cards 28 2nd George Jose Kuttamperoor & Bobby John 1st Ann Mary Jose & Shyla Nedumkariyil Cards 56 2nd Ciji Thomas, Monichan, Varghese Karumathy 1st John Areekal, Pauli Manavalan, Jose Vazhakalayil Rummy 2nd Pradeep Thekkottil 1st Antance Vezhaparambil Drawing (Kids)  …

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Plauschturnier 1 (March 2019)

We have successfully conducted our first plausch tournament of 2019. Many thanks to all who have worked tirelessly to make this event a grant success. We had participation of 11 teams and the winners are 1st Prize- George K. Jose & Ciji Thomas 2nd Prize – Benson Pazhayattil & Joy Kannampuzha Hearty congrats to the winners and all the participants who made this event a memorable one. Please note the…

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Badminton statt Bollywood auf dem Titlis

Am Dienstag, 12. März 2019 führte Swiss Badminton in Engelberg zum Auftakt der YONEX Swiss Open und ein knappes halbes Jahr vor der Badminton-WM (beide Events in der St. Jakobshalle Basel) einen Presse-Anlass der besonderen Art durch: Auf dem Titlis traten für einmal nicht Bollywood Stars vor die Kameras, sondern die besten indischen und die besten Schweizer Badmintonspieler, die sich nach der Medienkonferenz auch auf einem Originalcourt noch sportlich betätigten…

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Swiss Open: Sai Praneeth Loses To China’s Shi Yuqi In Final

Basel (Switzerland): Despite a brave performance, Sai Praneeth fell just short of a historic win in the final of the Swiss Open, losing to World No.2 Shi Yuqi 21-19, 18-21, 12-21. His opponent, China’s Shi Yuqi, the 2019 All England Open champion, sometimes looked unprepared for the level of competition Praneeth brought to the court on Sunday. There had been only one meeting between the two before this, which Yuqi…

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Indoor Games 2018

Chess 1st Jiz Cheruppurath 2nd Babu Kattupalam Caroms Doubles 1st Shelly Andookalyil & Ancy Andookalayil 2nd Titus Naduvathumuriyil & George Valiyaveettil Caroms Singles 1st George Valiyaveettil 2nd Titus Naduvathumuriyil Cards 28 1st Santhosh Paracherry & Mercy Paracherry 2nd George Kuttenperoor & Anish Paul Cards 56 1st Jojo Vichattu, Santy Pallikkamalil, Stephen Makkil 2nd Shaju Cheerankuzhi, Georgekutty Puthenkulathil, George Cherian Rummy 1st James Thekkemuri 2nd George Valiyaveettil Töggeli-Turnier (Youths)    …

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