Irene wins the female expat category

Kindergarten Al Hajri wins the title of "Dubai Women Badminton"

During the coronation of the winners, in the presence of Rawda Al Mehrezi.

From the source

The Dubai Women's Badminton Championship, which was organized by the Dubai Sports Council during the period from the 19 to the 26 of this month, at the Dubai Sports World stadiums in Zabeel Hall in the Dubai World Trade Center, witnessed Rawda Al Hajri winning the championship title in the category of female citizens after winning a score of 21-17 and 25-27. And 21-17 against Mona Al Sahlawi, who finished second, followed by Shaima Ahmed, who beat Shamma Abdullah with a score of 21-5 and 21-14.

In the female category, the Indian woman, Irene Elsa Alexander, won first place after defeating her compatriot Arunima Ki Peugeot, who finished second with a score of 21-18 and 21-10, and Nepalese Gainu Paral came in third after beating Filipino Jenny Escolar with a score of 21-13 and 24-22. .

The head of the Women and Sports Committee of the Dubai Sports Council, Rawdat Al Mehrezi, crowned the first place winners in both categories, in the presence of the director of the women's sports department at the council, Fawzia Fareedoun, and members of the organizing committee.

A press release said yesterday: “The tournament witnessed strong competition among the participants, as participation in the tournament was limited to a limited number of women in the Emirati and resident categories, and each category consisted of only 32 players. The Table Tennis and Badminton Federation supervised the course of the tournament and also managed the process Arbitration referees approved by the Federation, and competitions were held on the individual system only, and matches were held with a knockout system from the first round, where each match consisted of three rounds.

The statement stated: “All precautionary measures were applied during the tournament days with the provision of sterilizers, and temperatures were checked before entry of any person, whether from the participants or the organizing committee, and everyone was obliged to wear masks while achieving physical distancing and not contacting others.”

Extended Badminton Time Program

The Dubai Sports Council announced the extension of the period of organizing the free badminton training program for women in the sport of badminton until the end of November, due to the increasing demand for training and the continuous demand for participation, and the program was launched since the beginning of last August and is held every Wednesday.

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