Moga, November, 5 : Sangrur clinched the overall trophy with 10 points in the Punjab State Rural Games for Girls (U-16) at Guru Nanak College. Muktsar were runners-up with nine points whereas Bathinda and Ferozepur jointly got 3rd place with eight points each.
Supreet Kaur of Muktsar emerged the fastest runner by winning the 100 metres dash in 12.83 seconds. Ekamjit of Ludhiana got silver in 13.17s whereas Veerpal Kaur of Sangrur won bronze in 13.24s.
Former Punjab Education Minister Tota Singh gave away the prizes to the winners. Jalandhar Division Deputy Director Sports Hazari Lal welcomed the chief guest. Other dignitaries present were. Lakhmir Singh PCS, SDM Moga, S.L. Lotey, Assistant Director, Punjab Sports Department, Manjit Singh DEO (S) Moga and h. Jasvir Singh Principal Guru Nanak College, Moga.
In 400 metres Ramanjit Kaur of Sangrur bagged gold in 1:00:70s, Ekamjeet Kaur of Ludhiana won silver and Pardeep Kaur of Hoshiarpur bronze in 1:01:80s and 1:02:36s respectively. In 4X100 m relay Sangrur girls won the gold by clocking 53.50s. Muktsar and Gurdaspur girls won silver and bronze by running the race in 53.90s and 54.01s respectively.
Tarn Taran won hockey gold by outplaying Muktsar by 3-0. Hosts Moga remained 3rd while defeating Gurdaspur by 4-0 goals.
Bathinda clinched the goal in Kabaddi by defeating Ferozepur by 33-17 points, whereas Amritsar got 3rd place who defeated Ludhiana by 27-5 points.
Host Moga won the gold in volleyball who defeated Muktsar in final by 25-16, 25-15, 23-25, 25-18 in a well-fought match. Jalandhar won the bronze by defeating Ludhiana 25-20, 25-21, 25-12 in three straight sets.
In weightlifting 69 kg class Sandeep Kaur of Sangrur won the gold by lifting 100 kg, Manpreet Kaur of Ropar got silver with 67 kg and Sumandeep of Ludhiana won ronze with 64 kg. In +69 kg class Davinder Kaur of Jalandhar was declared first with a lift of 124 kg, Ankishta Garg of Muktsar remained second with 59kg.
In Kho- Kho Ludhiana defeated Bathinda 5-4 and won the gold whereas Ropar outplayed Faridkot by 12-4 and won the bronze medal.