Today, 20 March 2023, the fourth Asian Kho-Kho Championship 2023 kickstarted in Tamulpur. In this article, we will cover the details of the day 1 event of the kho kho competition.
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4th Asian Kho-Kho Championship 2023 in detail.
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Day 1 Match Details
Bhutan will play against Indonesia in the inaugural match.
Eight matches will take place each day in the four-day event. On March 23, the event’s last day, only the semifinals and the final will take place.
The results of Day 1 of the 4th Asian Kho Kho Championship 2023 in Tamulpur, Assam are:
A total of 9 countries participated in the Day 1 of Asian Kho Kho championship held in Tamulpur and both mens and womens team played 4 matches each.
- Sri Lanka
- South Korea
From the below Day 1 match results of Asian kho kho competition, we can see that the host India registered a huge win in both men and women category. India won against Bhutan in men’s category and against Sri Lanka in women’s category. The same goes with Bangladesh and Nepal that won in both the categories.
Mens Kho Kho Match results of Day 1
- India v/s Bhutan = Indian men won against Bhutan by 13 points and 1 innings (47-34).
- Sri Lanka v/s Indonesia = Sri Lanka men team won against Indonesia by 70 points (97-27)
- Bangladesh v/s South Korea = Bangladesh men team won against South Korea by 30 points and an Innings( 43-13).
- Nepal v/s Iran = Nepal men team won against Iran by 66 points and an Innings (64-8)
Womens Kho Kho Match results of Day 1
- India v/s Sri Lanka = Indian women team won against Sri Lanka by 55 points and 1 innings (68-13).
- Bhutan v/s Malaysia = Bhutan women team won against Malaysia by 36 points and 1 innings (49-13).
- Bangladesh v/s Indonesia = Bangladesh women team won against Indonesia by 27 points and an Innings ( 46-19).
- Nepal v/s South Korea = Nepal women team won against South Korea by 24 points and Innings (40-16).
Watch Live: Day 1 of 4th Asian Kho-Kho Championship 2023
Assam Cabinet Minister Urkhao Gwra Brahma
Inaugural speech of the much awaited 4th Asian Kho Kho championship at Tamulpur, BTR, Assam where participants from 9 different Asian countries took part.