Inter-school Rotary Bangalore Indiranagar hockey tournament from August 20

School boys and girls of Bangalore, get your hockey sticks ready as the inter-school Rotary Hockey tournament will begin on 20th August.

Rotary Bangalore Indiranagar announced the annual inter-school tournaments which will beign on 20th August and go on till the 31st. The tournament will have two editions for boys and girls and is being conducted in association with Karnataka State Hockey Association.

The  boys’ tournament, named ‘Rotary Bangalore Indiranagar Dr G S Ranhawa Memorial Inter School Boys’ Hockey Tournament’ is in its twenty first year now. It will be the inaugural edition of the ‘Rotary Bangalore Indiranagar Inter School Girls’ Hockey Tournment’ this year. The tournament will be held at the hockey stadium at Akkithimmanahalli, Bangalore.

The tournament is open to school boys and girls who have not completed the age of 17 years as on 31st July 2011.

The last date for submitting the completed entry form is 12th August.

For more details on where to collect the entry for, contact

Rotarian Sanjay K Srivastava – 9620204001 or 25267014

 

 

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