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Martyrs Gold Cup football

Preparation has completed so far to host the16th edition Bodoland Martyrs Gold Cup football championship 2015 from November 8 here at KDSA ground in Kokrajhar. The championship has been organised by ex BLT welfare society in association with Kokrajhar district sports association (KDSA) in memory of martyrs, who were sacrifice their lives for the caused of separate Bodoland state movement.

Altogether 10 teams are participating in the championship which included Jaraguri Football Academy, Salbagan FC, Gossaigaon; Global FC, Gossaigaon; Bongaigaon XI Star, New Model Sports Club, Udalguri; Barhoongka AC, Kokrajhar; Dhupdhara Football Academy, Goalpara;Cheorapoli FC, Kolkata; Jothai Club, Gendrabil and Sanswrang Sports Club, Serfanguri. Barhoongka AC will take on Dhupdhara football academy in the inaugural match tomorrow.

BTC deputy chief Kampa Borgoyary will inaugurate the opening match attending as chief guest. The championship team would be awarded Rs. 50,000 and a trophy while runners up team will be given away Rs. 25, 000 and a trophy.

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