Thursday, December 1, 2022

Rüzhükhrie School lifts football trophy

Kohima Inter-high School tournament 2022

Rüzhükhrie Government Higher Secondary School (RHSS) dominated the sporting event in football discipline at the Kohima inter-high school tournament 2022 by winning both the boys and girls football trophy held at Indira Gandhi Stadium (IGS) Kohima on Saturday.
The four-day long tournament was organised by the Department of Youth Resources and Sports (YRS).
For both boys and girls football final, Rüzhükhrie HSS emerged victorious. The boys team outclass Loyola HSS 3-0, and girls team beat TM Govt. HSS via tie breaker 4-2 following a goalless draw.
Both the winning teams received a cash prize of Rs. 50,000 along with trophy and citations, second place holder with Rs. 30,000 with citation. The losing semifinalists- Baptist High (boys), Children Home (boys), Loyola School (girls), GMS Meriema (girls) received Rs. 10,000 each.
For indoor sporting events, in Table Tennis (boys’ single), Vilavotuo Linyu of Baptist HSS beat Mhasivi Miachieo of Khedi Baptist School in the final to emerge as champion, Mhasivi Miachieo and Medovizo Suokhrie of Khedi Baptist School took the title in double (Boys) and Vipedezo Khezhie and Kethosetuo Khruomo of Northfield School as runner up.
In single (girls) Kesinuo Dzuvichu of Northfield School overpowered Ketoulhounuo Rame of Don Bosco HSS in the final; Vichaduonuo Rame and Ketoulhounuo Rame of Don Bosco were the winner in Table Tennis doubles (girls) Letsonuo Kire and Pekrusenuo Yiese from Northfield School as the runner up.
For Badminton single (Boys), Erenbemo Odyuo of Mezhur HSS took the title while Menguphrezo Solo as runner up; Veisaneikho and Krishna Thapa of Mezhur HSS were the winner in Badminton double (boys), Mughakishe and Tobeto of Holy Family HSS were the runner up.
In singles (girls) Nguluonuo Miachieo of Little Flower HSS was the winner and Lhuovisanuo Florence of Don Bosco School was the runner up; Newongma Limbu and Arshia Gurung of Holy Family School were the winner in badminton double (girls) and Thepfungunuo Kire and Neikdeduonuo Sachu of Baptist High school were the runner up.
The winners for single events received Rs. 7000 and runner’s up Rs. 5000. The losing semifinalist were also awarded with 3000.
While the winners of the double events received Rs. 10,000 followed by runner’s up with Rs. 8,000. The losing semifinalist received Rs. 4,000 each.
Earlier, additional director of youth resources and sports (YRS), Megolhu Dolie graced the closing ceremony as special guest. In his address, he said sports have become an important social and cultural activity of the modern world.
He exhorted the students to be disciplined, dedicated and determined with hard work while congratulating all the winners of the tournament.
He also later gave away the prize to the winning team of the tournament.
The programme was chaired by Jakedovo Chase, deputy director of YRS and the vote of thanks was proposed by Nyuvitho Nyuthe, Assistant Director of YRS.

SourceNPN
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