CAGSA meet: Thipuzu lead medal tally

Correspondent PHÜSACHODÜ, FEB 2 (NPN) | Publish Date: 2/2/2021 1:09:32 PM IST

Thipuzu village leads the medal tally of the 50th golden jubilee of Chokri Area Games and Sports Association (CAGSA) with 15 medals (8 gold, 4 silver, 3 bronze) here at Phüsachodü village under Phek district on Tuesday. 

Phüsachodü village in second with total of 17 medals (4 gold, 5 silver, 8 bronze) on day one, while Rukizu stood in third with 4 medals (2 gold, one silver, one bronze), Kikruma with 3 medals (2 gold, one bronze), Khulazu Basa with 2 medals (2 gold), Khulazu Bawe with 8 medals (1 gold, 4 silver, 3 bronze), Thenyizu with 8 medals (1 gold, 3 silver, 4 bronze), Chesezu with two medals (1 gold, 1 silver), Chetheba 3 medals (3 silver), North Kikruma with 1 medal (1 silver),  Chikri Nasa yet to register any medal. 

The athletic events took place on day-1 at the local ground which included track events such as 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 1500m, 4×200m for both men and women.jump.For field event includes high jump, board jump, shotput, discuss throw, javelin throw and triple jump. 

While the first gold of the CAGSA meet was clinched by Melevo Rose of Thipuzu (12.55 mts) in men’s shotput, with Venuzo Dawhuo of Thenyizu village in second position with 12.46mts. 

For women shot put, Zuniekholu Khamo of Phüsachodü claimed the first position with 10.70 mts and Honi Medeo of Chetheba in second with 10.44 mts. 

In 100-meter men dash, Kudephuyi Ruho finished the track by 11.66 seconds to get the first gold medal for Phüsachodü village, followed by Khruseto Dawhuo of Thenyizu (11.82 seconds). 

For women, Kuzhopolu Medeo track her best record finishing by 14.47 seconds for 100-meter dash to win the gold medal for Rukizu village and Honi Medeo of Chetheba in second place with 14.85 seconds, a press release from CAGSA media team stated. 

While on the second day, the first football match for men will be played between K.Basa and Chesezu starting at 7:30am. For volleyball (women) - Phüsachodü will take on Thenyizu village and Chesezu against Kikruma village on league basis. For basketball (men), Thenyizu to play their first match against K.Bawe village. 

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