Indore sports update: Kit distributed to badminton team, According to RPS Nayyar, president of the Indore District Badminton Association, kits were given out to the district senior squad in preparation for their participation in the 60th inter-district. And, the 75th MP state senior badminton competition, both of which will be conducted in Indore from August 13 to 18.
From the 14th to the 16th of August, Abhay Prashal in Indore will be the site of the First State Ranking Table Tennis Tournament, which is being organized by the Madhya Pradesh Table Tennis Association.
More than 525 players from approximately 22 districts have submitted their information to participate in the competition.
In addition to the information presented above, Om Soni, president of the Madhya Pradesh Table Tennis Association, and Jayesh Acharya, general secretary, stated that the competition will feature singles matches for boys and girls in the following age groups: under 11, under 15, under 17, and under 19. In addition, there will be singles competitions for both men and women as part of the tournament.
Nilesh Pardesi of Indore will serve as the chief umpire, and Suyash Chaturvedi of Gwalior and Prashant Vyas of Indore will serve as the deputy chief umpires. It has been decided that Gagan Chandrawat will serve in the capacity of competition director.
The local players who are taking part in the event will receive free copies of the Tricolor if they are selected to compete in the competition. The tournament will be run smoothly thanks to the efforts of a committee that includes Narendra Kaushik, Pramod Gangrade, Rinku Acharya, Pramod Soni, Nilesh Ved, Gaurav Patel, Amit Kotia, Umesh Chaturvedi, and Shirish Bhagwat. Other members of the committee include Pramod Gangrade, Pramod Soni, and Pramod Soni.
Players from the Prakash Hockey Club will participate in the Tricolor demonstration on Saturday.
On Saturday, the members of the Prakash Club will participate in a Tricolor rally that is being held as part of the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav.
Club secretary Devkinandan Silawat told that players from the Ahilya Roller Skating Sports Society will also participate in the rally that is being conducted under the administration of the Department of Sports and Youth Welfare. The event, which will get underway at 4:45 pm and feature participation from more than 150 kids and adults, will begin.
The rally will begin at the practice site in front of Dally College and will return after traveling through the regions of the PSC Office, Stadium, GPO Square, and Zoo. The practice site is located in front of Dally College. Aside from that, throughout this time, the players will be performing patriotic songs to rouse the common people.