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My daughters returned to Babylon’s house as golden fairies

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Sonipat, 13 June

Location : Sonepat City. Parents : Daily laborer Circumstances : There is also a crisis of bread for two times. Passion: Hockey and Hockey. This is the story of Preeti, the captain of the women’s hockey junior team India. Gave such wings of courage to my passion that the miseries could not last. At that time, amidst all the adverse circumstances, the 9-year-old girl had nurtured the dream of playing for the country by holding a hockey stick. This is about 11 years ago. Sanjoa had entered the field wearing borrowed shoes and a track suit with big dreams, but the friends and family who were practicing with her at that time would never have thought that this girl would one day bring laurels to the country in hockey. Team India was given a warm welcome on reaching India on Tuesday. Let us tell you that in this tournament too, Haryana’s girls dominated the goal scorers.

It should be noted that under the sensible captaincy of Preeti, the Indian team performed brilliantly and won the Women’s Junior Hockey Asia Cup-2023 for the first time. This is about 11 years ago. Many girls from Preeti ki Gali used to go to the academy of Pritam Siwach, former captain of the Indian women’s hockey team, located in the industrial area of ​​Sonipat, to learn hockey. In Preeti’s mind too, love for hockey started throbbing. Mother Sudesh and father Shamsher clearly said that what would you be able to do in such a situation at home. Taking courage, Preeti insisted on playing hockey in front of her parents. Eventually the family members agreed. However, during this time the economic crisis kept obstructing his path. A few days after practice, when coach Pritam Siwach saw Preeti repeatedly handling her oversize track suit and shoes in the playing field, she asked what was the matter. When Preeti told about the loan, Pritam arranged for fruits, milk, shoes, track suits and hockey sticks. Then Preeti never looked back.

Annu will now provide smart phones to parents

Uchana (Pradeep Shyokand/NIS) : Annu, the daughter of a farmer’s family, also excelled in this competition. Annu of Rojkheda village did a double hat-trick. Annu of Rose Kheda, the smallest village of Jind district, got the top goal scorer award. Annu’s family members wanted to make him a wrestler, but he held the hockey stick and made new records. Seeing the sacrifices and struggle of the family since childhood, when Annu scored every goal in the Junior Women’s Asia Cup, she was left with the same regret that her parents who fulfilled her dreams even after sleeping hungry, could not see her create history. The reason was that there was no smart phone in the house. It was not being shown on any channel at all. Now Annu says that she will first give smart phones to the family members. Annu’s father Rajpal, mother Bimla told that Annu was selected through Play for India in the third grade itself. Touching continuous achievements, first became the captain of Haryana Junior, then played 3 Nationals and now Annu is playing in the National Junior Hockey team.

Sapphire shines from the lessons of Rani Rampal

New Delhi (Agency): Believe in yourself… These words from former India captain Rani Rampal had a deep impact on young drag-flicker Neelam Panghal, who emerged as the star of the team after scoring the winning goal in the Junior Asia Cup hockey final against Korea in Japan on Sunday. . “Whenever she (Rani) conducted a session, she told us to believe in ourselves and that inspired me,” Neelam, 19, from Haryana’s Hisar district said on Tuesday. When I was younger and started taking penalty corners, I used to drag the stick, but started taking hits after seeing Rani Didi. I learned a lot from him. Neelam says, ‘In the year 2014, he joined the Sports Authority of India’s hostel in Hisar and honed his skills under the guidance of Azad Singh Malik Sir.’ “I played my first sub-junior tournament in 2016 and since then I never looked back,” said Neelam, who scored five goals from penalty corners during the Junior Asia Cup.

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