Saturday, November 17, 2018

google plus

Posted at: Oct 29, 2016, 12:41 AM; last updated: Oct 29, 2016, 12:41 AM (IST)THREE-DAY CIRCLE-STYLE KABADDI TOURNAMENT

Exciting matches witnessed on Day 2

Exciting matches witnessed on Day 2
Players in action during a kabaddi match at DAV College in Bathinda on Friday. Photo: Vijay Kumar

Tribune News Service

Bathinda, October 28

The second day of the ongoing three-day circle-style kabaddi tournament at DAV College, Bathinda, witnessed some exciting matches. The tournament is being organised by Punjabi University, Patiala.

In the first match of day, the boys’ team of DAV College, Bathinda, defeated Aklia Degree College, Aklia Kalan. In the second match, Guru Nanak College, Budhlada, beat Guru Teg Bahadur College, Bhawanigarh.

Government Rajindra College lost its both matches of the day in boys’ category. In the first match, Akal College of Physical Education, Mastuana, beat Government Rajindra College, while in the second match hosts DAV College Bathinda, walked away with win.

Physical Education College, Mastuana, also won their second match and defeated Guru Nanak College, Budhlada.

In girls’ category, Guru Nanak College, Budhlada, defeated Government Rajindra College, Bathinda.

Akal College of Physical Education, Mastuana, beat Physical College, Jhunir. After losing their first match, the girls’ team of Physical Education College, Jhunir, made a strong comeback and dubbed Government Rajindra College, Bathinda.

Gurwinder Singh Dhillon, secretary, Jatt Maha Sabha Punjab, was the chief guest of the morning session on the day. He also awarded the college with Rs 10,000.

Iqbal Singh Dhillon, Secretary Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee, was the chief guest of the evening session. He praised the college management for successfully organising the tournament and awarded the college with Rs 11,000.

Prof PK Verma, Om Parkash Sharma, Harbans Singh, Harjinder Singh Zinda, Amrinder Singh and Bikkar Singh Brar were also present on the occasion.


All readers are invited to post comments responsibly. Any messages with foul language or inciting hatred will be deleted. Comments with all capital letters will also be deleted. Readers are encouraged to flag the comments they feel are inappropriate.
The views expressed in the Comments section are of the individuals writing the post. The Tribune does not endorse or support the views in these posts in any manner.
Share On