Rüzhükhrie GHSS Kohima with youth resources and sports officials after winning the boys and girls football event on April 9.

Our correspondent
Kohima | April 9

Rüzhükhrie Government Higher Secondary School, Kohima dominated the sports event of football discipline in the 2022 Kohima Inter High School Tournament by winning the boys and girls football trophy here at Indira Gandhi Stadium.

The four-day tournament ended today, organized by the Nagaland Department of Youth Resources and Sports. For the boys’ and girls’ soccer finals, Rüzhükhrie GHSS emerged victorious in a remarkable feat for the school. The men’s team outscored Loyola HSS 3-0 in the final while the women’s team defeated TM Govt. Higher Secondary via the 4-2 tiebreaker after a goalless draw in the final game.

The two winning teams received a cash prize of Rs. 50,000 with trophy and citations while the second place holder received Rs. 30,000.

The semi-finalists namely Baptist High (boys), Children Home (boys), Loyola School (girls), GMS Meriema (girls) received Rs 10,000 each.

For the indoor events, in table tennis, Vilavotuo Linyu of Baptist HSS defeated Mhasivi Miachieo of Khedi Baptist School in the final to become singles champion (boys).

Mhasivi Miachieo and Medovizo Suokhrie from Khedi Baptist School won the table tennis double title (boys) and Vipedezo Khezhie and Kethosetuo Khruomo from Northfield School as runners-up.

In singles (girls), Kesinuo Dzuvichu of Northfield School defeated Ketoulhounuo Rame of Don Bosco HSS in the final.

Vichaduonuo Rame and Ketoulhounuo Rame from Don Bosco School were the winners of the table tennis doubles (girls) Letsonuo Kire and Pekrusenuo Yiese from Northfield School as runners-up.

In badminton singles (boys), Erenbemo Odyuo from Mezhur Upper Secondary School won the title while Menguphrezo Solo was the runner-up.

Veisaneikho and Krishna Thapa from Mezhur HSS were the winners of badminton (boys) doubles while Mughakishe and Tobeto from Holy Family HSS were the runners-up.

In singles (girls), Nguluonuo Miachieo from Little Flower HSS took first place and Lhuovisanuo Florence from Don Bosco School finished second.

Newongma Limbu and Arshia Gurung from Holy Family School were the winners of badminton doubles (girls) and Thepfungunuo Kire and Neikdeduonuo Sachu from Baptist High School as runners-up.

The single event winners received Rs 7000 and the runner up with Rs 5000. The losing semi-finalist also received 3000.

The winners of the double events received Rs 10,000 followed by the runners-up with Rs 8,000. The losing semi-finalist received Rs. 4,000 each.

Earlier, Youth Resources and Sports, Additional Director Megolhu Dolie graced the closing ceremony as a special guest. He said sport contributes to the overall development of human personality, while providing healthy and socially acceptable opportunities for people and the nation to compete.

The program was chaired by Jakedovo Chase, Deputy Director of Youth Resources and Sports, while a vote of thanks was offered by Nyuvitho Nyuthe, Deputy Director, Youth Resources and Sports.

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