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33rd Sub Junior National Kabaddi Championship (Girls): Bihar, Tamil Nadu, Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh Registers Big Win

The 33rd Sub Junior National Kabaddi Championship (Girls) got off to a dream start for the home team Bihar. The championship kicked off on Sunday 31st March, at the Patliputra Indoor Stadium, Patna. In a dominant display of supremacy, team Bihar crushed their opponent Kerala by a staggering score of 67-11.

In their dominant win, the standout players for Bihar were their captain Khushi Kumari, along with Pratibha Kumari, Shreya Kumari Anushka Kumari, and Mani Kumari. Their impressive skills and well-coordinated teamwork left the Kerala team struggling, eventually ending up on the losing side. This one-sided victory showcased the raw talent within the Indian youngster, who someday can represent their nation on the international stage.


Bihar's outstanding victory against Kerala has boosted the morale to perform better in the coming matches. While Bihar stole the show on the opening day, other teams also locked horns in exciting matches. Tamil Nadu won their battle against J&K with a score of 55-9. Haryana secured a comfortable win against Gujarat by 56-15. Uttar Pradesh also dominated their match against Andhra Pradesh, winning 67-30. Finally, Delhi overpowered Tripura with a decisive score of 45-1.

Opening day of this championship sets the stage for a thrilling tournament to watch out for Kabaddi fans. With teams showcasing their talent, skills, and tactical brilliance kabaddi fans can look forward to witnessing some exciting matches in the coming days. The emphatic win of these teams has certainly raised the bar, and it will be interesting to see how other teams respond and rise to the challenge.

The 33rd Sub Junior National Kabaddi Championship kicked off on March 31. Every team will play in a single round-robin format before heading into the knockout stages. The final of the tournament will be played on 3rd April and all the matches will be held at the Patliputra Indoor Stadium, Patna.