Friday, June 14, 2024

Pakistan’s First-Ever Hockey Academy in an Educational Institution Inaugurated

Pakistan is set to give a major boost to women’s hockey with the opening of the country’s first-ever hockey academy at an educational institution. The inauguration ceremony was held on Thursday at Viqar-Un-Nissa Post Graduate College for Women in Rawalpindi. Hanif Abbasi, a Member of the National Assembly (MNA), was the chief guest at the event.

The ceremony was attended by several notable figures. These included MNA Daniyal Chaudhry, Olympian Khawaja Junaid, Political Secretary of the British High Commission Cormic Dreelan, Group Head of Allied Bank Faisal Ghauri, and the Principal of Viqar-Un-Nissa College, Zahida Parveen.

This new hockey academy is a significant step forward for women’s sports in Pakistan. By establishing the academy within an educational institution, it aims to provide young women with more opportunities to train and excel in hockey.

The presence of prominent officials and guests at the inauguration highlights the importance of this initiative and the support it has garnered.

The academy will not only help develop the skills of young female hockey players but also promote the sport among women across the country. This initiative is expected to inspire more young women to take up hockey and pursue their passion for the sport.

With better training facilities and increased support, the future of women’s hockey in Pakistan looks promising. The establishment of this academy marks an important milestone in the development of women’s sports in the country.

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