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Mago brothers steer KG ‘C’ into semi-finals

THE ASIAN AGE.
Published : Aug 5, 2018, 12:20 am IST
Updated : Aug 5, 2018, 12:20 am IST

In another quarter-final encounter, Vimal Mariwala sustained his impressive winning streak to shape the fortunes of Radio Club’s team Radio ‘Tigers’.

The Mago brothers 14-year-old Sumehr (left) and 20-year-old Harmehr played responsibly and fought hard to steer Khar Gym team KG ‘C’ into the semi-final of the  Otters Club BSAM Mumbai Z3-Snooker League 2018 and played at Otters Club, Billiards Room.
 The Mago brothers 14-year-old Sumehr (left) and 20-year-old Harmehr played responsibly and fought hard to steer Khar Gym team KG ‘C’ into the semi-final of the Otters Club BSAM Mumbai Z3-Snooker League 2018 and played at Otters Club, Billiards Room.

The young Mago brothers, Sumehr and Harmehr, came from behind to win their respective frames against senior  opponents, which powered Khar Gymkhana’s team, KG ‘C’ to a creditable 3-0 win against ECC ‘Elfies Tigers’ in quarter-final match of the Otters Club BSAM Mumbai Z3-Snooker League.

In another quarter-final encounter, Vimal Mariwala sustained his impressive winning streak to shape the fortunes of Radio Club’s team Radio ‘Tigers’. Mariwala played some amazing pots in winning both his frames to help Tigers rally to a convincing 3-1 win against challengers Dadar Club ‘Fighters’ and a semi-final meeting with the young Khar Gym team.

 

Khar Gym started on a positive note as their doubles combo of Sahil Kakkad and Karan Rao (+30 handicap) managed to put it across the ECC duo of Mahesh Jagdale and Sunil Jain (+14) by a close 64-59 margin in the 9-red doubles first frame to put their team in front.

Later, the 14-year-old Sumehr (+30) in splendid fashion fought back to outshine Rajwardhan Joshi (+25) 102-89 in the 15-red singles second frame. The budding cueist Sumehr who trailed by 35 points clawed his way back with a 20 plus run and followed it with a tidy effort to cut the difference.

In the third frame, which was also a 15-red singles contest, the 20-year-old Harmehr (+30) mixed aggression with caution as he managed to overcome all the challenges posed by the experienced Anurag Bagri (+30) to script a deserving 109-73 victory and clinch a quick verdict in Khar Gym’s favour.

 

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