Snooker: Aditya Mehta wins championship

Kolkata, Dec 23 : Aditya Mehta was declared winner of the 2nd Open Snooker Championship 2013 on Sunday at the closing ceremony of the weeklong tournament held here at the Hindustan Club.

The event had dignitaries like Kolkata Police Commissioner, Surajit Kar Purkayastha as the chief guest and other fraternity members of Hindustan Club.

The prize distribution ceremony witnessed some new jewels in snooker horizon where the groups and individual participants made the closest way to victory by winning the two days PRO-AM (Professional- Amateur) Championship in doubles snooker and the Championship trophy of the tournament.

Aditya Mehta had his highest break of 115 in this tournament that helped him defend his position and retain his title as the winner.

Though Kamal Chawla tried his best to swing the match to his side but his opponent led by 5-2 in the second session and surpassed him by several points.

Aditya and Kamal both expressed their vote of thanks and gratitude for the impeccable hospitality and the ever cheerful audience towards the culmination of the program and appreciated the opening of new ventures for the school of sportsman as well.

--IBNS (Posted on 23-12-2013)

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