Pune schools gear up for KBD Jrs

SPORTS REPORTER
Thursday, 6 September 2018

Kabaddi has grown in leaps and bounds with the growth of India’s flagship kabaddi league, Vivo Pro Kabaddi. The tournament will have 24 schools across 12 cities, and 3,500 students between the age group of 11 to 12 years battle it out to make it to the grand finale.

PUNE: The city qualifiers of the second season of KBD Juniors started at Sinhgad College of Engineering, Rahtani where 24 schools will be seen in action.

Kabaddi has grown in leaps and bounds with the growth of India’s flagship kabaddi league, Vivo Pro Kabaddi. The tournament will have 24 schools across 12 cities, and 3,500 students between the age group of 11 to 12 years battle it out to make it to the grand finale.

In Season 2, 24 schools are divided into 8 groups of 3 teams who will play against each other. From each group, the team finishing first will then make it to the round of city finals, which will take place during the home leg of each city as part of Season VI of the Vivo Pro Kabaddi and then the National finals.

Schools who will be battling it out in the Pune qualifiers include Bishop’s School, New English School, Mansukhhai Kothari, MES School, Loyola High School and other schools.

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