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DOOMDOOMA, Dec 12 - NF Railway Sports Club, Maligaon became champions in the Pancha-Swahid Memorial National Level Invitational Prize-money Volleyball Tournament, organised by the All Tinsukia District Students Union in collaboration with the Doomdooma Regional Students Union and Doomdooma Sports Association at the Doomdooma Town Field.

In the final played last night, NF Railway beat Eastern Railway, Kolkatta in straight sets 25-18, 27-25 and 25-11 points. In the semifinals played in the afternoon, NF Railway beat Nabajyoti Sangha, Panitola while Eastern Railway beat Manipur Police Sports Club. Total ten teams participated in the tournament.

Rajiv Tomar, Sanjoy Mallick and Deepak Tomar of NF Railway were adjudged as best player, best blocker and best setter of the tournament respectively while Himangshu Das of Panitola was adjudged as best attacker of the tournament. AASU president Dipanka Nath, vice-president Pulak Chetia, general secretary Lurinjyoti Gogoi and chief advisor Dr Samujjal Bhattacharyya distributed the prizes.

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NF Rly spikers champions

DOOMDOOMA, Dec 12 - NF Railway Sports Club, Maligaon became champions in the Pancha-Swahid Memorial National Level Invitational Prize-money Volleyball Tournament, organised by the All Tinsukia District Students Union in collaboration with the Doomdooma Regional Students Union and Doomdooma Sports Association at the Doomdooma Town Field.

In the final played last night, NF Railway beat Eastern Railway, Kolkatta in straight sets 25-18, 27-25 and 25-11 points. In the semifinals played in the afternoon, NF Railway beat Nabajyoti Sangha, Panitola while Eastern Railway beat Manipur Police Sports Club. Total ten teams participated in the tournament.

Rajiv Tomar, Sanjoy Mallick and Deepak Tomar of NF Railway were adjudged as best player, best blocker and best setter of the tournament respectively while Himangshu Das of Panitola was adjudged as best attacker of the tournament. AASU president Dipanka Nath, vice-president Pulak Chetia, general secretary Lurinjyoti Gogoi and chief advisor Dr Samujjal Bhattacharyya distributed the prizes.

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