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Preparations on in full swing to host 33rd National Sub Junior Girls Kabaddi Championship from March 31

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Patna: Patliputra Sports Complex will host the 33rd National Sub Junior Girls Kabaddi Championship from March 31 to April 3. The Bihar State Kabaddi Association, under the banner of the Amateur Kabaddi Federation of India, is hosting the tournament.

After successfully conducting the National Sub Junior Boys Kabaddi Championship at GD Goenka School, Motihari, the Bihar State Kabaddi Association is busy preparing for the successful organisation of Sub Junior Girls Kabaddi Championship. Apart from the state units, the SAI team will also participate in this championship.

Big Kabaddi personalities gathered for the opening and closing ceremonies of the Boys Kabaddi Championship in Motihari, according to Bihar State Kabaddi Association Secretary Kumar Vijay Singh. The chief guest of the opening ceremony in Motihari was Indian men’s Kabaddi team captain Deepak Niwas Hooda, while the chief guest of the closing ceremony was Arjun Awardee Pawan Sehrawat, the current captain of the Indian men’s Kabaddi team. The State Kabaddi Association has also invited the great personalities of Kabaddi for the opening and closing ceremonies of the Girls Kabaddi Championship. Probably, the legendary female Kabaddi player and international coach will be the chief guest in the opening and closing ceremonies.

Arrangements for accommodation and food for the players of the teams participating in this championship will be made inside the sports complex. Technical officials and state association representatives will be accommodated in hotels in the capital.

The matches will be organised in the indoor hall of the sports complex and on an outside field. Three courts will be built inside the indoor hall, while one court will be built outside. Technical officials have been deputed for the successful organization of the matches.

An organizing committee has been formed for the successful organization of the National Sub Junior Girls Kabaddi Championship. Several sub-committees have also been formed, which will work on their respective fronts. Transport arrangements have been made to bring the players to the venue from Rajendra Nagar, Patna Junction and Patliputra Junction and representatives of the State Kabaddi Association will be deputed at these three places.

The State Kabaddi Association is not only focusing on better hosting but is also laying full emphasis on the performance of the Bihar team participating in this championship. The camp of the probable team has started once again. The camp is being organised in several phases. First of all, a 15-day camp was organised in Silav, Nalanda. After that, a one-month camp was organized at Khel Bhawan, Gaya. Next, they organized a 15-day camp in Arrah. Based on their performance, coaches from each camp selected players for further camps. At present, a 15-day camp is going on at the Patliputra Sports Complex in Patna, where NIS Kabaddi coach Abhinav Kumar Singh and NIS Amrita Singh are giving training. Both of them said that our preparation is complete, and our team will win the medal.

 

 

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