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ISPL 2022: Bodoland lifts trophy

Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR) team won the trophy defeating Lai Autonomous Council (LADC) of Mizoram 1-0 in the final match of inter sixth schedule premier league -2022 being held at SAI SAG center,Kathalguri Titaguri in Kokrajhar district.

Sonam Basumatary of Bodoland Territorial Region scored the lone goal against Lai Autonomous in 51 minutes of the second half. This led his team to win the tournament 1-0.
The Bodoland team won the final match of the ISPL. Lai Autonomous District Council tried to equalise the score by scoring, but failed to score any goal against the Bodoland team. Jwngbla Brahma of Bodoland team was awarded man of the match and man of the player of the ISPL.

Several thousand of sports loving citizens thronged the SAI SAG centre stadium and witnessed the final match where both team players showcased their sporting talents.

President of All India Football Federation (AIFF), Kalyan Chaubey graced as chief guest, president of Assam Football Association,Naba Kumar Doley, Assam cabinet minister Urkhao Gwra Brahma,Rajya Sabha MP Rwngwra Narzary, BTR CEM

Pramod Boro, deputy CEM Gabinda Chandra Basumatary,BTCLA speaker Katiram Boro were graced as guests in the prize distribution ceremony.

The championship team was awarded a trophy and cash Rs.3 lakh, runners up team was conferred trophy and cash Rs.2 lakh and second runners up team was awarded trophy and cash Rs. 1 lakh respectively.

AIFF president Kalyan Chaubey gave away the championship trophy to the winning team while Assam Football Association president Naba Kumar Doley handed over the runners up trophy to the runners up team.

Several thousand sports lovers thronged the SAI SAG center stadium to watch the final match. President of All India Football Federation (AIFF), Kalyan Chaubey graced as chief guest. President of Assam Football Association, Naba Kumar Doley and Assam cabinet minister Urkhao Gwra Brahma were also there.Rajya Sabha MP Rwngwra Narzary, BTR CEM Pramod Boro, deputy CEM Gabinda Chandra Basumatary, and BTCLA speaker Katiram Boro were graced as guests in the prize distribution ceremony. The championship team was awarded a trophy and cash Rs 3 lakh. The runners up team was conferred trophy and cash Rs 2 lakh and second runners up team was awarded trophy and cash Rs 1 lakh respectively. AIFF president Kalyan Chaubey gave away the championship trophy to the winning team while Assam Football Association president Naba Kumar Doley handed over the runners up trophy to the runner's up team.

Chaubey praised Bodoland Territorial Region Government and the organizing committee for organizing the mega ISPL in a successful manner. He was impressed with the smoothly well organized mega football event, which had created sporting amusement. He has extended his warm congratulations to the Bodoland team players for their winning the grand finale of the ISPL. He has appreciated the players of the Bodoland team who have presented good footballing spirit in the final match which led the team to win the championship, and attracted the hearts of spectaculars with sporting amusement.

Bodoland Territorial Region chief executive member Pramod Boro said that the grand finale of the ISPL-2022 was held on Sunday. He said that the ISPL-2022 was organized by Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR) government to build a better networking and mutual understanding and to provide a platform to the youths in the field of sports across the north eastern region of India. A total eight teams representing different sixth schedule councils from north eastern region participated in ISPL-2022 mega event and showcased their sports talents in the event which began on 9th October at Dimakuchi mini stadium in Udalguri district.

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