They were accorded a rousing welcome. Meitei Council Moreh office bearers and All Manipur Students Union (AMSU) Tengnoupal District Committee members felicitated 11 players and their parents at the Conference Hall of Meetei Council Moreh.
TFM Moreh Correspondent
Seishinkai Shito Ryu karate Do, Moreh Branch team, which had bagged 15 medals in the 6th International Karate Championship 2022, was accorded a rousing welcome in Moreh on Friday. A welcome procession was taken out with a band party from Ima Kondong Lairembi Haraobung Moreh Ward No. 7 Heinoumakhong Leikaida to Meitei Council Moreh (MCM) office.
Council office bearers and All Manipur Students Union (AMSU) Tengnoupal District Committee members felicitated 11 players and their parents at the Conference Hall of Meetei Council Moreh.
The 11 players from Moreh Sinam Jeson Singh, Sh Rostam Singh, K. Araya, M. Chingkheinganba Meitei, N. Mahesh Meitei, Th Premkumar Meitei, Inshilla Naorem Chanu, Naorem Dolly Chanu, K. Preety Chanu, I. Puspa chanu, O. Bembem Chanu participated in the championship held at Netaji Indoor Stadium in West Bengal from 30 July to 31 July.
They bagged nine Gold Medals 9, five Silver Medal and one Bronze Medal in the championship and brought the laurel to Manipur in general and Moreh in particular.
The 6th International Karate Championship was organised under the aegis of Karate Do Association of Bengal (KAB), in association with the All India Seishinkai Shito Ryu karate Do Federation.
Almost 2500 participants had participated in the tournament which included many State, National and International recognised players. The tournament also witnessed foreign participants from South Africa, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, East Timur, Afghanistan and Bhutan.