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2nd Khelo India sub-junior women's league finals to kick off on March 28

Immediately after the successful completion of Stage 1 in December 2023 and Section 2 in January 2024, equally in New Delhi, the last phase of the 2nd Khelo India Sub Junior Women’s Hockey League is all established to kick off on March 28 and continue until April 6 at the Padma Shri Mohammad Shahid Artificial Hockey Stadium in Lucknow.

Nine teams have been divided into two Pools. Pool A is made up of the SAI Shakti Crew, Odisha Naval Tata Hockey Large-Performance Centre, Khelo India Condition Excellency Centre, Bilaspur, Bhai Behlo Hockey Academy, Bhagta and HAR Hockey Academy when the SAI BAL group, Pritam Siwach Hockey Academy, Jai Bharat Hockey Academy and Raja Karan Hockey Academy form Pool B.

The top rated two teams from every pool will advance to the semifinals, scheduled for April 5.

Meanwhile, the teams finishing 3rd and fourth in their respective swimming pools will compete in 5th/8th classification matches to establish their last positions in the match. Groups that lose their semifinals will perform in the 3rd/4th area perform-off, even though the winners will carry on to the all-significant ultimate scheduled for April 6.

Speaking about the approaching occasion, Hockey India president Dilip Tirkey reported, “This is nevertheless yet another step in Hockey India’s dedication to expanding the video game at grassroots levels. We have currently finished the initially two phases of the 2nd Khelo India Sub Junior Women’s Hockey League effectively and the Last stage will also, I have no doubt, be a great event. This league serves as a platform for nurturing skills, offering them with the publicity desired at early levels to perform in wonderful problems and hone their expertise to turn into better players that may one working day go on to provide laurels to the nation.”

“It exemplifies our persistent endeavours in direction of establishing the long term stars of Indian hockey and bringing about a aggressive solution suitable from the grassroots levels,” explained Hockey India secretary basic Bhola Nath Singh.

“We have found that domestic tournaments like these have confirmed to be fruitful in determining skills. The 2nd Khelo India Sub Junior Women’s Hockey League will support us in our vision to acquire Indian hockey to larger heights,” he concluded.

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