Chaibasa:DAV Chaibasa’s Yashvardhan Joshi achieved double success in the final match of the 3rd Aviral Memorial Inter School Badminton Competition 2022 organized by West Singhbhum District Badminton Association and sponsored by Madhusudan Vidyalaya Chakradharpur and Dr. CA Memorial Trust. In the under-15 singles match of the competition, he defeated his own school’s Yashvardhan Mundhada 21-7, 21-11 to win the singles title of the competition. Simultaneously, the pair of Yashvardhan Joshi and Prateek Surin defeated the pair of Pankaj Mahato and Narendra Bodra of Madhusudan Mahto Asantalia High School Asantalia Chakradharpur 21-19, 21-4, Yashvardhan Joshi bagging the double success. Addressing the players, District Superintendent of Police Ashutosh Shekhar said that today’s final match was very spectacular. The players were well coached by their coaches. I hope he does well at the state and national level as well. He thanked the organizers and sponsors of this competition Madhusudan Vidyalaya Chakradharpur and gave best wishes to the winners. Arvind Vijay Billung of the competition said that when I was sent as RDD to Kolhan, at that time I started organizing this competition to create interest in badminton among young children. At that time only a few children participated in this competition, but today I feel very happy to see that several schools enthusiastically participated in this competition and more than 160 children participated in this competition, it shows that the interest in badminton he has woken up children and parents(also read below)
I hope that more and more children will participate in this competition in the coming years. He announced that from next year the competition for girls will also be started in Aviral Memorial Badminton Competition. He said that playing anything, playing in the spirit of sportsmanship, winning and losing is part of the game. The winners worked very hard, so I give them a special congratulations and many congratulations to all the participants who took part in this competition. I have a good relationship with Balraj Kumar Hindwar, the principal of Madhusudan Vidyalaya, the sponsor of this competition, I hope Balraj ji will continue to sponsor him in the future and this competition will continue. I thank you wholeheartedly for sponsoring this competition.Ajay Linda, DIG, Kolhan said that the young children are playing badminton very well. It’s great to see them play like that. All the officers and officials who come here take their time just to encourage the players. He praised Sonaram Birhor, the individual winner in the under-13 age group, saying he played a very good match. He also praised Ankit Banra, the runner-up in this age group, saying that I see him practicing every day at this stadium and he has done very well. While narrating the story of Arnold of Australia, he said that one should never play for their own safety or self-defense, those who play for their safety are not able to give 100 percent performance. So you need to give 100% performance to advance in the game. You need to have will and aim to move forward. There is only victory after defeat, so don’t be afraid of defeat. He said that in an interview, the famous American basketball player was asked what is the secret of his success, then he asked from the interview why he is asked the secret of success. He said he achieved this feat after 9000 wrong short films. There is only success after failure. Those who fail are those who succeed. Whoever falls, gets up, then falls again, gets up again, is the champion. The difficulties were there in the past, they are still there, they will continue to be there. (also read below)
Never be afraid of difficulties. Don’t cry for lack of resources. Don’t blame anyone for the lack of resources. There is only one key to success: hard work, hard work and hard work. Small children come to the playground, play and advance in the game. Organizing these kind of games is only possible with the help of sponsors so I thank people like Balraj who are very few. Shri Balraj contributes a lot to the advancement of children, wherever I go in Singhbhum, I often hear the name of his school Madhusudan, so he deserves thanks, thanks also to Mundhra ji, Ashok Joshi because badminton must move forward. in increasing it is praiseworthy. It is for these people that the sport is encouraged. Giving information, West Singhbhum Badminton Association Secretary Ashok Joshi said that as soon as possible, the West Singhbhum District Badminton Association will organize an open doubles competition for senior age groups 35 years old . . He announced that during the month of December this year, a camp for junior children is being organized, in which the coaches and senior players will give between 15 and 20 days of training to the children. The All India Badminton Association has announced that the All India Badminton Championship for the under-11 age group will begin soon. For this, West Singhbhum District Badminton Association will also work to prepare children below 11 years, so West Singhbhum will also participate in this competition. DIG Kolhan Ajay Linda, West Singhbhum District Superintendent of Police Ashutosh Shekhar, SDPO Sadar Dilip Khalkho, SDPO Jagannathpur and Manoharpur, West Singhbhum District Sports Officer Rajesh Chaudhary, Chaibasa Civil Court Judge Aparna Rashmi as chief guests at the closing ceremony today at Vija Kujurd, Arvind. Billung Ranchi Director of Education, West Singhbhum District Cricket Association Secretary Aseem Kumar Singh, Madhusudan Vidyalaya Principal Balraj Hinduwar, Police Station Officer Sadar Chaibasa Niranjan Tiwari, Ravi Kesari Ranchi, Om Prakash Gupta, Vinay Nishad, besides the District Badminton Association. Members Sohanla Mund. , Shivratan Joshi, Ayush Dodrajka, Kunal Shrap, Om Prakash Gupta, Subrata Das, Basudev Mahto, Match Referees Sushil Purti, Jagdish Jamuda, Rajesh Bari, Rahul Kumar, Sanjay Hembram, Vikas Murmu, Akash Prasad, Balram She Munduia etc . Jagdish Jamuda directed the stage.(also read below)
Result of the final match of the competition:In the under-15 singles category, Yashvardhan Joshi of DAV Chaibasa defeated Yashvardhan Mundhra of DAV Chaibasa 21-7 21-11 to win the title. Similarly, Yashvardhan Joshi of DAV Chaibasa along with teammate Prateek Surin defeated the pair of Pankaj Mahato and Narendra Bodra of Madhusudan Mahto High School Asantalia Chakradharpur 21-19, 21-4. Sonaram Birhor of Madhusudan Mahto High School, Asantaliya Chakradharpur won the age group title by defeating Ankit Banra of St. Viveka English School Chaibasa 21-16, 19-21, 21-10 in the category of individuals under 13 years of age. In the men’s doubles in this age group, the pair of Naman Toppo and Sameer Laguri defeated the pair of Sonaram Birhor and Buntu Birhor 22-20, 20- 22, 21-19 to win the title.