Pulapol fend off High Street spirited challenge to win Malaysia’s Holla Mahala games

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | Asia Samachar | 27 Mar 2015 
One of the hockey teams at Holla Mahala Games 2015 - ASIA SAMACHAR PHOTO
One of the hockey teams at Holla Mahala Games 2015 – ASIA SAMACHAR PHOTO

Defending champions Pulapol once again emerged as the overall champions of Malaysia’s Holla Mahala Games 2015 which ended last week.

The annual games for Sikhs under 21 years include team games like badminton, hockey, football and netball, as well as individual events like athletics.

Pulapol is a team based at the Gurdwara Sahib Pulapol, a gurdwara located in a national police training centre in Kuala Lumpur. It withstood a spirited challenge by High Street, another police-based gurdwara.

“It was very close. Both teams were neck to neck till the end,” a Pulapol team official told Asia Samachar when met during the final day of the games at Bukit Aman, Kuala Lumpur, on Sunday (22 Mar 2015).

Pulapol finished the games with 158 points, High Street second with 140 points,  Tatt Khalsa Diwan third (83), followed by Banting (71) and Petaling Jaya (58).

Nineteen teams, mostly oganised around their local gurdwaras, took part in the games, which entered into its 16th year, organised by the Sikh Naujawan Sabha Malaysia (SNSM).

In 2014, Pulapol emerged champions, with Tatt Khalsa Diwan in the second spot and Subang third.

OVERALL POINTS

  1. Pulapol 158
  2. High Street 140
  3. Tatt Khalsa Diwan 83
  4. Banting 71
  5. Petaling Jaya 58
  6. Sentul 26
  7. Seremban 26
  8. Shah Alam 24
  9. Klang 18
  10. Subang 16
  11. Bukit Beruntung 14
  12. Sungai Besi 13
  13. Kampung Pandan Settlement 11
  14. Petaling Tin 10
  15. Rawang 8
  16. Selayang 4
  17. Gurpuri 2
  18. Titiwangsa 2
  19. Main Doab

 

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RESULTS FOR EVENTS

NETBALL:

Netball U-21: 1.Tatt Khalsa 2. Subang 3. High Street 4. Petaling Jaya

Netball U-16:  1. Bukit Beruntung 2. Tatt Khalsa 3. Petaling Jaya 4. Pulapol

 

BADMINTON:

Badminton (on total point count): 1. Pulapol 2. Seremban 3. Tatt Khalsa 4. High Street 5. Petaling Jaya 6. Banting

 

FOOTBALL & FUTSAL

Football U-21: 1. Petaling Tin 2. Petaling Jaya 3. Sentul. Fair Play Trophy: United Sikhs

Football U-16: 1. Petaling Jaya 2. Sungai Besi 3. Shah Alam

Futsal U-21: 1.Subang 2. Pulapol 3. Bukit Beruntung 4. Sentul

Futsal U-12: 1. Klang  2. High Street  3. Pulapol  4. Rawang

 

HOCKEY:

Hockey U-21: 1. Petaling Jaya 2. Kg Pandan Settlement 3. High Street 4. Klang. Best player:  Sandeep Singh (PJ)

Hockey U-16: 1. Tatt Khalsa 2. Banting 3. Seremban 4. Klang. Best player:  Harkiret Singh (Seremban)

Hockey U-12: 1. Banting 2. Seremban 3. Klang 4. High Street. Best player:  Har Roshan SIngh (Banting)

 

STRATEGY GAMES:

Carrom (Singles): 1. Tatt Khalsa 2. High Street 3. Tatt Khalsa

Carrom (Doubles): 1. Tatt Khalsa 2. Banting 3. Petaling Jaya

Checkers: 1. High Street 2. Selayang 3. Pulapol

Chess: 1. Tatt Khalsa 2. High Street 3. Banting

Scrabbles: 1. High Street 2. Banting 3. High Street

 

ARM WRESTLING & TUG OF WAR:

Arm Wrestling Boys U-21: 1. Tatt Khalsa 2. Tatt Khalsa 3. Petaling Jaya

Arm Wrestling Girls U-21: 1. High Street 2.Pulapol 3. Sentul

Tug of War (Boys): 1. Tatt Khalsa 2. High Street 3. Pulapol

Tug of War (Girls): 1. High Street 2. Banting 3. Pulapol

 

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