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32nd Jammu District Volleyball Championship begins
11/17/2020 10:33:59 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT
JAMMU, Nov 17: The 32nd Jammu District Volleyball Championship being organised by Jammu District Volleyball Association under the aegis of Volleyball Association of Jammu and Kashmir was declared open by Dr Daud Iqbal Baba, Director, Directorate of Sports and Physical Education, University of Jammu in university campus, here on Tuesday.
The championship, under knock-out basis, being held in collaboration with Directorate of Sports and Physical Education, University of Jammu will conclude on November 19, 2020.
In the three-day championship a total of 16 teams including 12 in boys and four in girls sections are participating.
Dr Daud, who was the Chief Guest on the opening day of championship, underlined the importance of holding such sports competitions for overall development of youth which can prove an asset for University of Jammu in coming days.
He lauded the efforts of the organisers for the conduct of the championship first of its kind unprecedented after the outbreak of coronavirus pandemic adhering all norms/SOPs issued by the Government.
However, he stressed that sports and physical fitness of human being especially of youth would play key role in getting rid of the dreaded diseases including COVID-19.
Besides this, he said involvement of young players in sports would shun the evils of drug menace which is spreading alarmingly nowadays.
President, Volleyball Association of Jammu and Kashmir, Sidharth Daluja, who was the Guest of Honour, appreciated the efforts of organisers in hosting the championship in present situation.
In all over 200 players/officials/coaches participated in the opening ceremony of the championship today.
President, Jammu District Volleyball Association, Manmeet Singh honoured the Chief Guest by presenting a memento whereas Vijay Magotra General Secretary Volleyball Association of Jammu and Kashmir honoured Guest of Honour Sidharth Daluja by presenting memento.
CEO VAJK and Associate Secretary VFI, Kuldip Magotra gave an account of variopus volleyball championships currently in progress in JKUT. He also added that the championship is being sponsored by J&K Sports Council.
Amongst prominent dignitaries, Romesh Sharma Treasurer, Sujjad Aussain Joint Secretary, Akbar Ali Secretary, Suresh Chib Office bearers of the Association were present on the occasion.
Besides Rajeev Dogra SAI Volleyball Coach, Issaque Hussain Volleyball Coach, Jai Bharat, Karlupia Volleyball Coach and other technical officials were also present.
Today's matches were officiated by recognised JK/VFI referees Amit Sharma, Shubam Sharma, Naresh Sharma, Bhawana Sharma and Imtiaz.
Today's results:
BOYS: Volleyball Club Bishnah beat SAS (A) Club Kotli Arjun by 2-0 (25-21, 25-15); Pinto Club Akhnoor beat Volleyball Club Nagrota by 2-0 (25-9, 25-16); Trikuta Club Salehar beat SAS (B) Kotli Arjun by 2-0 (25-18, 25-16); Progo Club Pargwal beat Tawi Island Suryachak by 2-1 (25-18, 22-25, 15-13). First Quarterfinal: Borderline Pallanwala beat Porgo Club Pargwal by 2-0 (25-18, 25-14).
GIRLS: Youth For Nation Club got walk over against Trikuta Warrior Jammu; Trikuta Club Jammu beat Pinto Club Akhnoor by 2-0 (25-9, 25-16); Youth for Nation beat Army Children Club Jammu by 2-1 (25-13, 10-25, 15-11).
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