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Daloabari TE beat Karigaon Joypur

Chef Minister’s Cup Inter Tea Garden football championship for Kokrajhar zonal has been kicked off from Friday at Magurmari ground in Kokrajhar district.

Daloabari Tea Garden won defeating Karigaon Joypur ex-Tea Garden 6-0 in the inaugural match.For Daloabari,Suban Singh scored two goals( 5minutes &10minutes,Justin Dhanowar(54minutes),Karshel Lakra(55minutes), Amgilon Ekka(59minutes) and Kamal Kajur(60minutes) scored one each goal.

Doneswar Goyary, BTC executive member inaugurated the football championship attending as chief guest.

A total of 10 teams from Kokrajhar,Chirang,Bongaigaon and Goalpara districts are participating the championship. Final match of the zonal would be held on September 16 next and championship team be sent for inter zonal championship.

Rabiram Narzary, MLA Kokrajhar west and chairman of organizing committee told that the championship has been organized to haunt sports talents among tea gardens across the state. The government has been stressing to uplift sporting arena so that tea estates’ youths be come forward to the sports field, Narzary added.

Madhav Prasad Sarma,DC,Shyamal Prasad Saikia,SP,Kokrajhar,former BTC MCLA Rahindra Brahma,Indramahan Brahma,noted artiste were prominent attendees in the inaugural session.

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