Fifth U-15 Asian Baseball Championship to begin on Sunday
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Fifth U-15 Asian Baseball Championship to begin on Sunday
Bhubaneswar: Preparations are in full swing for the fifth Under-15 Asian Baseball Championship for Boys commencing at Cuttack from Sunday.

Six top ranking countries in Asia - Pakistan, Japan, Korea, Chinese Taipei, Thailand besides hosts India - would vie for supremacy in the week-long tourney.

Organised jointly by Odisha Baseball Association (OBA) and Amateur Baseball Federation of India, the mega event would be held at the Ravenshaw University ground here.

The Cuttack district administration and Odisha government were providing all necessary help for smooth conduct of the event being organised for the first time in the state, OBA Secretary Sibananda Pradhan said.

Arrangements have been made to put up the participating players and officials at Bhubaneswar, he said adding about Rs one crore is being spent for organising the championship. PTIFifth U-15 Asian Baseball Championship to begin tomorrow

Bhubaneswar, Nov 4 (PTI) Preparations are in full swing for the fifth Under-15 Asian Baseball Championship for Boys commencing at Cuttack tomorrow.

Six top ranking countries in Asia - Pakistan, Japan, Korea, Chinese Taipei, Thailand besides hosts India - would vie for supremacy in the week-long tourney.


Organised jointly by Odisha Baseball Association (OBA) and Amateur Baseball Federation of India, the mega event would be held at the Ravenshaw University ground here.

The Cuttack district administration and Odisha government were providing all necessary help for smooth conduct of the event being organised for the first time in the state, OBA Secretary Sibananda Pradhan said.

Arrangements have been made to put up the participating players and officials at Bhubaneswar, he said adding about Rs one crore is being spent for organising the championship.

PTI

First Published: Sunday, November 04, 2012, 15:56


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