Nov 17, 4 years ago

12th Ranger’s Open Ranking Carrom Tournament

12th Ranger’s Open Ranking Carrom Tournament

The biggest upset was Chamil Cooray , Sri Lanka No.1 and National Champion of this year being beaten by a school boy from Royal College.

In the first set Chamil won convincingly but in the second he missed some shots and Anas Ahamed the youngster did not give him any chance thereafter.

In the 3rd Chamil was off colour and Anas sliced his way skillfully to overcome his senior opponent with ease.

After many years of excellent Carrom and reaching finals in all tournaments, Chamil had to be satisfied with the 3rd place.

In the women’s singles, Roshita proved her consistency by winning over Chalani Lakmali who was not up to standard although he reached the finals.

Women’s Singles Finals

J.Roshita bt Chalani L. Liyanage 25/13, 25/9

Men’s Singles Semi Finals

Anas Ahamed bt Chamil Cooray 10/25, 25/20, 25/14

WWD Nishantha Fernando bt. M.T.M.Hilmy 25/0, 25/4

Finals

Nishantha Fernando bt Anas Ahamed 24/25, 25/12, 25/0

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