Maharashtra Beats Karnataka to Win 5th National Wheelchair Rugby Championship

Maharashtra Beats Karnataka to Win 5th National Wheelchair Rugby Championship

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Category : Sports Published on: September 14 2023

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  • Maharashtra clinched the title of champions in the 5th National Wheelchair Rugby Championship 2023 by securing a convincing victory over Karnataka, concluding with a final score of 31-10. 
  • This championship, which took place at Balewadi in Pune from September 10 to September 11, 2023, was marked by intense competition and served as a testament to the impressive development of wheelchair rugby in India.
  • The 5th National Wheelchair Rugby Championship 2023 was organized by The Indian Rugby Football Union (Rugby India), the governing body for rugby in India.
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