LAHORE: Pakistan Under-19 women’s Kabaddi team has returned home after earning a bronze medal in the Asia Cup held in Urmia, Iran from April 4 to 18.

A 14-member squad including 12 players and two officials represented the country in the said event.

Pakistan captain Khazema Saeed said it was a good opportunity for her team to get international exposure, adding that the performance of her team was satisfactory considering Kabaddi federation’s limited resources.

Also, she appealed to the government to help in promoting women’s kabaddi.

Published in Dawn, April 21st, 2016

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