35th PDSA meet concludes

35th PDSA meet concludes

The officials with players of men’s football final match between KKTAGSA and TASA

Kohima, March 8 (MExN): The 35th meet of Phek District Sports Association (PDSA) was held from February 26 to March 6 last at Chizami.


The meet was hosted by Secheku Range Sports Association.


Khezha-Kuzha Tephe Area Games & Sports Association (KKTAGSA) emerged men’s football champion title after defeating Tizü Area Sports Association (TASA) 5-1 in the final match.


In individual awards, golden glove was awarded to Lhiwete Koza o KTTGSA. Tshezokhro Rhakho of Sekrüzu Area Sports Association and Johnny Ritse of KTTGSA got golden boot award for scoring five goals each. Senowe Khutso of KTTGSA bagged golden ball award.


In football women’s category, Sekrüzu Area Sports Association (SASA) emerged the champion title after defeating Tizü Area Sports Association in final.


Golden glove was awarded to Nukutalu (SASA), golden boot to Kuvelu Medeo (TASA) and golden ball to Desalu Vero (CCSA).


In volleyball (men), Chozuba Area Sports Association (CASA) won the champion title while Chokri Area Games & Sports Association (CAGSA) stood second position.


The best spiker was awarded to Kenusu Swuro of CAGSA and best setter to Zavepra Nienu of CASA.


In women’s volleyball, Sekruzu Area Sports Association emerged the champion title while Centre Chakhesang Sports Association (CCSA) stood second position.


In Men’s basketball, KTTGSA won the champion title while CAGSA stood second position.


Most valuable player was awarded to Kwutsolo Kapfo of KTTGSA.


In women’s basketball, Sekruzu Area Sports Association emerged the champion title while Phek Area Sports Association stood runner- up.


Menekhro-u Lohe of SASA was declared as the most valuable player.


Meanwhile, Mulusayi Medeo (CASA) stood men’s individual champion title.


Choyivelu Nienu of PASA and Kuvelu Medeo of TASA bagged women’s individual champion title.


PDSA president Krolhou Ritse gave away prize to the winners at the closing ceremony.


This was stated in a release issued by PDSA press secretary Solomon Ritse.