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Roll Ball National Federation Cup concludes in city

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By Our Reporter

Shillong, May 6: The curtains fell on the highly anticipated 4th Roll Ball National Federation Cup yesterday, marking the conclusion of two days filled with electrifying matches, commendable sportsmanship, and unforgettable moments. As the nation’s top Roll Ball athletes converged in Shillong on May 4 and 5, 2024, spectators were treated to a thrilling showcase of talent across both the women’s and men’s categories.
The women’s team from Rajasthan emerged triumphant, clinching the prestigious title after displaying remarkable skill and strategic prowess throughout the tournament.Tamil Nadu Claims Runner-Up Position: Not to be outdone, Tamil Nadu’s women’s team put up a fierce competition, securing the second position on the podium with their impressive performance.
Assam’s women’s team showcased unwavering determination, earning themselves a well-deserved third place in the standings.Maharashtra’s men’s team showcased sheer dominance on the court, emerging as the undisputed champions of the 4th Roll Ball National Federation Cup.
Jharkhand’s men’s team demonstrated exceptional talent and seamless teamwork, securing the runner-up position in the tournament.
Rajasthan’s men’s team exhibited commendable skill and resilience, securing the third spot on the podium.
The 4th Roll Ball National Federation Cup witnessed an overwhelming response from teams representing various states across the country.
It served as a testament to the growing popularity and fervor for Roll Ball, while also highlighting the immense talent pool present in India.

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