Hockey: Sports School Kudige wins Rotary Indiranagar tournament

Eighteen boys' and eight girls' teams from Karnataka competed at the inter-school tournament.

The boys’ and girls’ teams of Sports School, Kudige emerged victors at the Rotary Indirangar inter-school hockey tournament as it drew to a close on 3rd September. The final matches were held at the Karnataka State Hockey Stadium (KSHA) in Langford Town. It was the 21st edition of the ‘G.S.Randhawa Memorial Inter School Boys Hockey Tournament’, and the maiden edition of the ‘Bangalore Bothi Reddy Cup Inter School Girls Hockey Tournament’.

The Kudige boys’ team beat Rashtriya Military School and the girls’ team beat Bishop Cotton ‘A’ in the finals to clinch the title. Jyothi from Kudige and Vivek Kumar from Rashtriya Military School were adjudged ‘Best Player of the Tournament’.

Rotary Indiaranagar, Bangalore Bothi Reddy Cup Inter School Girls Hockey Tournament 2011

Final Match Results: Sports School Kudige Beat Bishop Cotton ‘A’ by 4-0

For Sports School Kudige : Vidya – 21st, 34th and Rakshitha – 35th, 45th min.

Rotary Indiaranagar, Bangalore G.S.Randhawa Memorial Inter School Boys Hockey Tournament 2011:

Final match Results: Sports School Kudige Beat Rashtriya Military School by 2-0

For Sports School Kudige: Sridhar – 41st min and Mahesh – 44thmin.


1. Best Goal-keeper: Sowmya – Sports School Kudige

2. Best Defender: Anjanna Reddy – Bishop Cotton

3. Best Mid-fielder: Himanshu Pathak – K.V, NAL

4. Best Forward: Moulika – Evershine School

5. Most Promising player: Nila Prabhu – Bishop Cotton Girls School

6. Best Player of the Tournament – Jyothi – Sports School Kudige

7. Fair Play Trophy: Bright High School


1. Best Goal-keeper: Prashanth – K.V, NAL

2.  Best Defender: Melwyn – St.Josephs Indian H S

3. Best Mid-fielder: Shivanand – Sports School Kudige

4. Best Forward: Rajendra – Maria Niketan

5. Most Promising player: Md. Raheel – St.Josephs I H S

6. Best Player of the Tournament – Vivek Kumar – Rashtriya Military School

7. Fair Play Trophy: St.Johns  School

This information was provided by K Krishnamurthy of KSHA.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Similar Story

Addressing pet dog attacks: A balance between regulation and compassion

Government intervention is necessary to prevent indiscriminate breeding and trade of pet dogs, and more shelters are needed for abandoned pets.

Recently, two pet Rottweiler dogs attacked a five-year-old child and her mother in a  Corporation park in Nungambakkam, Chennai. Based on a complaint following the incident, police arrested the owners of the dog for negligence and endangering the lives of others (IPC Section 289 and 336). As General Manager-Administration of the Blue Cross of India, I have seen several Rottweilers over the years. While there are laws to address such situations, there needs to be adequate awareness among pet owners that dogs like Rottweilers should be taken for a walk only on a leash. A major portion of the responsibility…

Similar Story

Bardhaman town’s tourism potential: Why it must be developed

West Bengal's Bardhaman town has immense tourism potential. Its development must prioritise sustainable tourism and civic development.

Bardhaman town, renowned for its Bengali sweets like mihidana and sitabhog, is also famous for its rich tapestry of folk culture and heritage sites. The town has immense potential for tourism. But the question arises, how much of it has been explored?   This article aims to shed light on Bardhaman's historical sites, the initiatives to promote tourism while addressing the civic issues hindering its progress, and highlight the need to balance tourism with sustainable development.  Heritage sites of Bardhaman Sher Afghan’s tomb  Located beside Pir Beharam, close to Rajbati, lies the  tomb of Sher Afghan, the resting place of the last…