Haryana had an incredible haul of 24 golds, which was more than all the others put together.
Hosts Maharashtra clinched total 26 medals (four gold, eight silver and 14 bronze), but were placed third as Delhi bagged more gold medals (eight gold, five silver and six bronze) in their 19-medal tally.
"We were missing top wrestling stars like Anshu and Sonam. Moreover, World sub-junior silver medallist Meenakshi and Asian cadet gold medallist Akash Dahiya weren't at their best. Yet we managed to grab so many medals. It shows the depth and talent in our state," he said.
The best encounter of the day was between Uttar Pradesh's Payal Sharma and Haryana's Monika Hooda in the girls under-21 57kg category.
Both wrestlers were evenly matched and worked very hard but eventually Monika won 18-10.
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