Puttur: Mangalore University Inter Collegiate Foot Ball Tournament 2019-20 for men (Mangalore Zone and Inter Zone) for ‘B. Sadananda & Vaman’ Memorial Trophy organised by Department of Physical Education of Mangalore University and St Philomena College Puttur in St Philomena play ground concluded on September 26th.
‘B Sadananda & Vamana’ memorial trophy was bagged by Meredian College Ullal, Mangalore. The Runner up trophy was secured by St Aloysius College (Autonomous) Mangalore. The bronze medal was bagged by Alva’s College Moodbidri and Fourth prize was secured by Crossland College Brahmavar.
In Mangalore zone, the winner up trophy was bagged by Meredian College Ullal, Mangalore. The Runner up trophy was secured by St Aloysius College (Autonomous) Mangalore. The bronze medal was bagged by PA First Grade College Nadupadavu and Fourth prize was secured by St Philomena College Puttur.
Winners Meredian College Ullal, Mangalore
Runner up - St Aloysius College (Autonomous) Mangalore
In the valedictory function, Executive Director of S.G. Corporates Puttur Mrs Ranjitha Shankar participated as the chief guest. The President of Puttur Taluk Panchayath Mr K Radhakrishna Borker distributed the prizes. Campus Director Rev. Dr Antony Prakash Monteiro and President of Mangalore University & College Physical Education Directors Association Mr James Oliver participated as the guests of honour. The Deputy Director, Department of Physical Education of Mangalore University Dr Gerald Santhosh D’Souza shared his feelings as the observer of the tournament.
On this occasion, Alumni and former captains of Mangalore University Football Team Mr Divyadarshan Y M and Mr Premnath H K were honoured for the marvelous achievement in the field of sports.
Principal Prof. Leo Noronha delivered the presidential address.
Physical Education Director Mr Prakash D’souza presented the list of prize winners and proposed the vote of thanks. Physical Education Director Mr Rajesh Moolya was present. Assistant Professor of Business Administration Mr Prashanth Rai compered the programme.