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Punjab Sports Dept to hold Kabaddi Tournaments from 16 July

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Ludhiana, July 12, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

On the occasion of the 550th birth anniversary celebration of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Punjab Sports Department is going to organise Sub-Division level Kabaddi Tournaments (National Style) in district Ludhiana from 16 to 19 July.

These tournaments will be held in the categories of under-14, 18 & 25 boys and girls teams.

While giving information, District Sports Officer Mr Ravinder Singh said that matches would be played in village Threeke, Khasi Kalan, Raikot on 16 & 17 July. remaining matches at village Salempura, Khanna, Kubbe and Rampur would be played on 18 & 19 July.

He appealed to players to bring all related documents with them on the day of events. Winner players will also participate in district level tournament to be held in Guru Nanak Stadium Ludhiana.

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