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Khunti’s Turf Hockey Ground receives the FIH Field Certificate


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Ranchi: The Turf Hockey Ground constructed at Bisra College, Khunti has been given the FIH Field Certificate.

This certificate comes after all due assessment of quality has been made. This is a pertinent step towards providing not just befitting resources to the players but also for securing their on-ground safety.

Besides, it shall also serve to meet the standards for organising International level matches.

Only, after fulfilment of the aforementioned parameters the FIH Field certificate is issued an official press release issued here on Wednesday said. This monumental move is being received well by the players of the state who shall now be able to hone their talents while getting to practice at an International standards ground.

Under the directions of Chief Minister Hemant Soren, consistent work is being carried out to facilitate sports and sportspersons of the state. Under the ambit of this efforts are being made to ensure capacity building of the players and also in making them adept to play on International standard grounds.

In this regard, priority is being given to the construction of International level Turf Hockey Grounds across various districts.

At present, the construction of turf grounds is under process in several districts of the state that includes Simdega and Chaibasa.

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