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BGB beat BSF kabaddi friendly match

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BGB Kabaddi team, the winners of the friendly kabaddi match between (Border Guard Bangladesh) BGB and Border Security Force (BSF) receiving trophy from Director General of BGB Major General Md Shafeenul Islam and Director General of BSF KK Sharma at the B



Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) beat Border Security Force (BSF) in the friendly kabaddi match by 30-25 points held on Monday evening at BGB head quarters Bir Uttam Fazlur Rahman Khandakar auditorium.
The winners led the first half by 15-13 points.
Naik Zakir Hossain of BGB was named the player of the match for his impressive performance.
After the match, BGB Director General M Safinul Islam and BSF Director General KK Sharma, IPS jointly handed over the prizes. Representatives of the two countries were also present on the occasion.

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