12th Hockey India Sub Junior Women National Championship in Manipur from today
Manipur is all geared up for the 12th Hockey India Sub Junior Women National Championship 2022. 25 teams representing different states and union territories will battle for the prestigious Championship
Manipur is all geared up for the 12th Hockey India Sub Junior Women National Championship 2022. 25 teams representing different states and union territories will battle for the prestigious Championship for 12 days.
The participating teams have been spread out in eight groups. Pool A will have Haryana, Bengal and Jammu & Kashmir, while Pool B will have Jharkhand, Hockey and Hockey. Pool C comprises of Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Gujarat, while Pool D will have Odisha, Madhya Pradesh and Uttarakhand.
Delhi, Maharashtra and Assam have been put in Pool E, while Tamil Nadu, Hockey and Arunachal have been included in Pool F. In Pool G, Punjab, neighbouring Tripura and Himachal will clash among each other, while in Pool H has Bihar, Karnataka, Mizoram and Hockey are grouped together.
The tournament will take place in Khuman lampak Sports Complex in Imphal from May 11 to May 22. The opening match will be played at 5:30 between hosts Manipur and Kerela.
Pool matches will go on till May 19 while the semifinals will be played on May 21. The medal matches which will decide the winners, runners-up, and the 3rd place will be decided on May 22.
First Published: 11th May, 2022 16:36 IST
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