13th Jharkhand State Boxing Championship kicks off at Noamundi Boxing Centre
The 13th Jharkhand State Boxing Championship was kicked off at Noamundi Boxing Centre in West Singhbhum today. The meet is being organised by Tata Steel in association with Jharkhand Boxing Association from March 6 to 8.
The championship was inaugurated today by Chief Guest Dr Harilal Ravi, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Kiriburu and Mr Baljit Singh Bedi, Vice President, Jharkhand Boxing Association. Also present during the occasion were Mr P K Dhall, Chief (Process & Logistics), OMQ Division, Tata Steel and Mr Nirmal Bhattacharjee, Chief (Engineering Projects), OMQ Division, Tata Steel.
Speaking at the inauguration ceremony, Dr Harilal Ravi, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Kiriburu said, “I would like to congratulate Tata Steel and Jharkhand Boxing Association for organising this championship. The facility here at Noamundi Boxing Centre is truly world class and I am glad to see this level of participation from youngsters. This championship is a good platform for budding boxers of Jharkhand and I am sure they will participate in national and international level boxing championships in the future.”
The 13th Jharkhand State Championship has two categories- Sub Junior and Youth. A total of 192 entries for both the categories were received from 14 districts in Jharkhand out of which 131 qualified. This includes 88 boys and 43 girls. The pre-quarter finals and quarter finals were held today and had a total of 33 bouts. The finals will be conducted on March 8, 2020.
Noamundi Boxing Centre of Tata Steel, which is hosting this state level championship is a state-of-the-art boxing facility in West Singhbhum district of Jharkhand. Since its inception in 2017, the boxing centre has hosted 2 state level championships and has also groomed more than 50 budding boxers from Noamundi and nearby villages in West Singhbhum.
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