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DSO tournament schedule is out

DNMUM180127 | 7/30/2010 | Author : Prajakta Chavan | WC :642 | Sports



Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation's (NMMC) Inter-School District Sports Office (DSO) tournament schedule for under-14, under-17 and under-19 boys and girls has been announced. However, unlike last year wherein venue of the field event was mentioned in the schedule, this year it will be decided on the draw day considering the ground condition. "Every year we fix the venue in advance, but if it is not in good condition due to rain we have to conduct the tournament there itself. Therefore, this year we will decide it two or three days before the event after inspecting the ground condition," NMMC Sports Officer Rewappa Gurav said.
According to the 2003 Government Resolution (GR), NMMC has received district status to part
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