The 61st Subroto Cup kicks off with a grand opening ceremony and celebration of the game

61scheduled tribe The Subroto Cup International Football Tournament edition began after a gap of two years at the BR Ambedkar Stadium here, marking the beginning of the most prestigious football tournament for schools across the country.

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Tournament organized by Subroto Mukherjee Play education Society with Indian Air Force (SMSES) witnessed a grand opening ceremony in the presence of Chief Guest Air Marshal K Anantharaman, VSM, Air Officer-in-Charge Administration and Vice Chairman, (SMSES). Match between National Cadet Corps (NCC) and Govt. in U-14 Boys Category. Model HSS, Sector 36, Chandigarh ended in a goalless draw.

Commonwealth Games 2022 medalist in weightlifting, Junior Warrant Officer Vikas Thakur and Gururaja Pujari were also present on the occasion.

Speaking on the occasion, Air Marshal K Anantharaman, VSM, Honorary, Air Officer-in-Charge Administration and Vice Chairman, SMSES said, “The legacy of the Subroto Cup is worth its weight in gold and represents the need of the children. Is. Indulge in sports and physical activities along with studies during these crucial formative years of your life. Our champion athletes and guest of honor Vikas Thakur and Gururaja Pujari are great examples of what sporting excellence can achieve. I wish all the participating teams all the best and hope that the confluence of young sports talents will compete enthusiastically but with sportsmanship and discipline, something that sport stays in you throughout your life. ,

Air Marshal Anantharaman also felicitated the dignitaries for their performance in the Commonwealth Games on the occasion.

An attractive rifle (.303, 5.5 kg) juggernaut display by Air Warrior Drill Team (AWDT) and a cultural program involving school children of Air Force Golden Jubilee Institute, Subroto Park was also organized at the inauguration ceremony. Before kick-off, the teams were also administered the oath of fair play and a wonderful Air Force band enthralled the audience during half-time." width="853" height="480" frameborder="0" allow fullscreen="allow fullscreen" ></iframe> <h4>Milan Report: Govt. Model HSS, Chandigarh and NCC played a draw</h4> <p>government. Model HSS, Sector 36, Chandigarh and National Cadet Corps played out a goalless draw. There were not many clear chances in the game for both the teams. The best chance of the game came for Chandigarh as Maibum Borish Meitei missed a clear scoring opportunity.</p> <p> Tomorrow 15 matches will be played in four stadiums – BR Ambedkar, Tejas Park, Subroto Park and Jawaharlal Nehru. Stadium. In the boys' under-14 category, 32 teams are divided into eight groups. The toppers from each group will qualify for the quarterfinals.</p> <p><strong> </strong>A total of 92 schools, representing 25 states and union territories of India, have qualified in all three (under-14 boys). , Under-17 Girls, Under-17 Boys) category and Air Force School, Bangladesh will also compete in the tournament.</p> <p>Readbreaking news And today’s fresh news Here

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