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Jeev may pull out of Royal Trophy

other Updated: Dec 10, 2010 23:13 IST
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Jeev Milkha Singh may not play next month's Royal Trophy at the Black Mountain Golf Club in Hua Hin as he is struggling with a back injury. The pro, who was speaking at a promotional event, said, "I have committed to the Royal Trophy but I can only take a decision after the MRI is done on December 21 and 22. I am positive but if the doctor says that I need rest then I will have to give it a miss."

However, on a positive note, he added, "The pain has gone down dramatically and I need to start strengthening it soon as when I begin hard practice, my back should be able to withstand the work."

Haryana declared winners
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Manipuri boxer L Sarita Devi was crowned as the 'Best Boxer' of the Championships.

In the 81kg and above category KC Lekha of Kerala who was making a comeback after her marriage defeated Kavita Chahal of Haryana on points 8:2 to win the gold. The home crowd got their money's worth when Kerala's Princy Joseph got he better of D Narmadha of Tamilnadu by RSC in the first round.

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