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KP Men’s Under-23 Games for Bannu region get underway

KP Men’s Under-23 Games for Bannu region get underway

Players participating in the opening ceremony of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Under-23 Games for Bannu region. – Photo by Ayaz Raza

February 17, 2017

BANNU, 17 February: The men’s competitions in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Under-23 Games for Bannu region got underway on Thursday.

In the tug-of-war competition, Lakki Marwat defeated Bannu, and in kabaddi and volleyball, Bannu defeated Lakki Marwat. Bannu also got first position in badminton and athletics competitions, while Lakki Marwat won table tennis competition.

A splendid opening ceremony of the games was organised on Thursday in which Bannu Commissioner Kamran Zeb was chief guest. He distributed prizes among the players.


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