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Summer school tourney ends

Govt Higher Secondary & Multi Purpose school, Kokrajhar defeated Ramfalbil Higher Secondary school by one goal in the final match of Under-14 (Boys football) of district level summer school tournament at SAI centre ground in Kokrajhar on Sunday.

Birkang Boro of Govt HS & MP school scored lone goal against Ramfalbil in 23 minutes in first half. It led the team to win the district level tournament. Birkang Boro of Govt HS MP school was awarded best player. 

Organised by the district sports office in Kokrajhar, the event was joined by 11 schools.

BTC education director Rabisangkhor Borgoyari graced as chief guest and handed over the championship trophy to the winner teams. Kokrajhar DSO J Basumatary gave away the runners up trophies. 

In Under-16, football tournament (Boys), Gossaigaon Saint Antony school defeated Uma and a High school in 1-0 goal in the final match.

Tongram Surjyakanta Singh of Saint Antony scored lone goal against Umananda in 30 minutes of the first half and won the match. 

In Kabadi (Under-14 girls), Gaurang High school beat Patakata High school by 38-35 points in the final match.Ramaina Narzary of Gaurang was awarded best player in the tournament.

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