Navy retained their title as they had also won the previous edition earlier this year in February, beating BGB
Bangladesh Navy retained the Victory Day Kabaddi title after beating Bangladesh Air Force by 38-25 points in the final Sunday evening at National Kabaddi Stadium in Dhaka.
Navy, who registered two lonas both in the second half, and Air Force were tied 10-10 at the first half break but inspiring performances from Arduzzaman Munshi and Tuhin guided the former to victory.
This was the first kabaddi tournament held in the country after the Covid-19 pandemic halted all sporting activities in March.
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The tournament was organized to mark the birth centenary of the Father of the Nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, and the historic Victory Day.
Navy retained their title as they had also won the previous edition earlier this year in February, beating Border Guard Bangladesh by 41-19 points.
Earlier on the same day, Navy and Air Force won their respective groups after defeating Bangladesh Army and Bangladesh Police by 39-31 and 50-28 points respectively.