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Range Level Police Sports Festival concludes at Kathua
JAMMU, Jan 11: 'Sports is the key to physical and mental fitness and strengthens you to face challenges in life', Rafiq Ul Hassan, DIG JSK Tange said on the concluding day of Police Sports Festival organized by Kathua Police.

On the occasion, Mohd Suleman Choudhary SSP Kathua apprised DIG Jammu about the prime motive of Police Sports Festival is to align the youth in progressive directions through such sports events and keep them away from any intoxication and other social abuses which hamper their progress in life.

On the final day of the sports festival, matches of Tug of War (Boys), competition of Shot Put (Boys) and Javelin Throw (Girls) were played between the Under-19 age group Teams/Players of District Kathua. 1st match of Tug of War was played between St. Xavier Convent School Kathua and High School Parliwand Kathua which St. Xavier Convent School Kathua won the match. 2nd match of Tug of War was played between Tug of War Team Mahi Chack and Bawani Club which was won by Tug of War Team Mahi Chack.

Final match of Tug of War was played between Tug of War Team Mahi Chack and St. Xavier Convent School Kathua. Tug of War Team Mahi Chack won the final by 2-0 sets.

Under Shot Put Boys category Mr. Younis Ali stood 1st and Mr. Murad Ali stood 2nd, whereas Mr. Bhag Hussain stood 3rd in Shot Put competition.

Javelin Throw Girls category competition was also conducted in DPL Ground in which Miss Gitika Devi stood 1st, Miss Razeena Akhtar stood 2nd and Miss Anita Devi stood 3rd in the competition.

During the Sports Festival, matches of Cricket (Boys), Volleyball (Boys), Volleyball (Girls), Football (Boys), Kho-Kho (Girls), Tug of War (Boys) were played between the Under-19 teams of District Kathua. In addition to this, Athletic meets like Race (200 Mtrs, Boys), Race (100 Mtrs, Girls) Shotput (Boys/Girls) Javelin Throw (Girls) were also organized in DPL Ground. DIG Jammu alongwith SSP kathua and other Police officers distributed Trophies alongwith sports kit to Winner and Runner-Up teams of different sports events.

News Updated at : Friday, January 12, 2018
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