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Our prodigy, Ram scored 4.5 points to be awarded the Runner’s Up prize in Under-7 category of the tournament. After being off his game in the recently concluded National U-7 tournament, with guidance of coaches and support of his parents, Ram practiced diligently and delivered an eye-catching performance in the U-7 category of this tournament.
Many congratulations Ram! Just a start of his success story!
In a recently concluded local tournament organised by Universal Chess Foundation, one of our finest young talents, Arjun Nair has secured the 1st position in the U-7 category. Putting on a splendid performance, Arjun remained unbeaten throughout the tournament and bagged the First Prize by convincingly defeating the sole leader of the tournament in the final round.
We are extremely proud to see Arjun back at his best!
One of our brightest students and former Asian Bronze medalist (U-5), Aditya Ramanathan secured the 7th position in U-12 category in the recently concluded MSSA Tournament 2017. Being on 7 points out of 8, Aditya went down fighting in the last round against the top seed to miss out on the Runner’s Up spot and had to settle for 7th place.
Congratulations Aditya! We are proud of you!
Our star performer Ragini Rammanathan bagged the 5th PRIZE in dramatic fashion winning both the matches on the final day.
She scored 6 points out of 8 rounds to secure her top 5 place in the tournament.