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Asian Games 2014: India's trap shooting trio disappoints

Manavjit Singh Sandhu, Mansher Singh and Kynan Chenai put on a disappointing show as none of them could qualify for the final round with the team finishing sixth.

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Updated:September 21, 2014, 4:04 PM IST
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Asian Games 2014: India's trap shooting trio disappoints
Manavjit Singh Sandhu, Mansher Singh and Kynan Chenai put on a disappointing show as none of them could qualify for the final round with the team finishing sixth.
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Incheon: India's trap shooting exponents Manavjit Singh Sandhu, Mansher Singh and Kynan Chenai put on a disappointing show in the 17th Asian Games as none of them could qualify for the final round with the team finishing sixth at the Gyeonggido Shooting Range on Sunday.

Veteran shooter Mansher, the oldest member of the Indian contingent, was 11th with a score of 117 while former World Champion Manavjt finished 14th with a score of 116 in the qualifying round.

Chenai, also a former junior World Champion, finished a distant 36th, out of 46 shooters, with a score of 108.

The Indian team finished sixth with a score of 341 in the team event, where the gold was clinched by China with a total score of 357.

Kuwait took the silver with a score of 354 while South Korea settled for the bronze with a score of 345.

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