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National High School in AIISR quarters


Kolkata, May 8: National High School (NHS) oarspersons  stole the limelight  in the senior girls section  as three of their teams reached the quarter finals of the 47th All India Invitation School Regatta (AIISR) on the fourth day of the meet at the Lake Club course here on Wednesday.

On their way to the last eight stage while  NHS CBSE "A" and "B"  defeated Modern High "A" and Swami Pranabananda High School respectively, NHS West Bengal got the better of South Point. 

Others to move into the quarter finals from this group were Modern High "A", Susheela Birla, Ballygunge Siksha Sadan (BSS), La Martiniere for Girls and G D Birla High school. 

In the quarter finals NHS CBSE "B" will be up against Modern High  "A", BSS will take on NHS West Bengal, NHS CBSE "A" will meet Susheela Birla and  La Martiere Girls  will face G D Birla.

After the conclusion of the league races, the quarter final line up for the other groups has also been decided.

In the senior boys section  Khalsa High school  dominated the proceedings as both their "A" and "B" teams  reached the  last eight stage from where it will be held on knock out basis  where they will race against   South Point and Hirendra Leela Patrnabis High School respectively. 

The other two quarter finals in this group would be   St. Xaviers  Vs  NHS CBSE and  Future Hope vs NHS West Bengal.

The quarter finals in junior girls will see La Martiniere "A" clashing with  their "B" team and Modern High "A" meeting G D Birla.

In the two other quarter finals in this group Mahadevi Birla  will take on St. John's High School and  Modern High "B" will   challenge Ashok Hall.

The last eight stage line up in the junior boys division  will be  last year's champion Jatragachi Pranabnanda High School  vs  NHS CBSE, Tollygunge Adarsha Hindi High School vs  St. Sebastia, South Point  vs M G Rungta and Tirthapati High School  vs Kalidhan Institution.

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