Hobart, The leading community-based sporting organization Nepalese Tasmanian Sports Association all set to hold ‘NTSA Badminton Championship 2021’ to be presented by BMW Educational Consultancy. The championship will take place on Saturday, 3 July, at The H Thomson Badminton Centre 101 Cascade Road, South Hobart, Tasmania.
On the eve of the much-awaited tournament, a press meet was held by the admired pioneering social organisation Nepalese Tasmanian Sports Association. The host of the press meet NTSA Public Relation Officer Bishnu Sapkota shared, “All activities, programs and projects introduced and executed by NTSA are guided by the motto: To unite and build the harmony within the community and to promote healthy lifestyle. We earnestly would like to appeal all respected stakeholders, sport fraternity and community organisations and members to cooperate with us to organise the events to enhance the standard of our sport culture and enhance social harmony through the healthy competitions and community spirit. We would like to collaborate with all to maximize our performances and contributions.”
The NTSA President Prashesh Poudel remarked, “We are very excited to see all the players participate in the championship showing their individual skill, team spirit and above all sportsmanship. We are thankful to the media, participating teams, generous sponsors, supporters and all well-wishers of NTSA. We have good reasons to expect reliable support and cooperation from all. We would like to live by NTSA slogan – Achieve Your Sports Goal with NTSA .”
The NTSA secretary Suraj Shrestha made a comprehensive briefing about the format of the tournament, the rules, and regulations. etc. The Umpire team will be led by Sanjeev Khadka (former National Player) and Rewant Basnet. There will be 40 participants in different categories. The winners in Men’s Single will bag $ 150, Open Doubles $300, and Beginners Doubles$100.
From the chair, the NRNA Australia Vice President and Coordinatorof Tasmania Sandesh Pariyar remarked, “I am very honoured to be present in the press meet held on the eve of the first ever sporting event of this kind held in Nepalese community in Tasmania. I would like to request all the sport lovers to participate in the championship and support the organisers to make it a remarkably successful event and for its sustainable growth and goodwill. I would like to wish all the best to the organisers, participating players and all concerned.”
It was attended by the representatives of the participating teams. Many enthusiastic audiences and community members are expected to turn up to watch the would-be sure-shot spellbinding badminton matches.