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Babu Banarasi Das Cricket League to kickstart in Lucknow on October 17

Spiraling up the cricket craze in Lucknow, Babu Banarasi Das Cricket League-2021 is all set to start in Lucknow on October 17. It is being said that this will be the biggest sports tournament in the city, since the pandemic propelled curbs halted all activities in March last year. As per the available information, around 130 cricket clubs of the city will participate in the famed event and seven of these are gearing up to mark their maiden entries.

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Upcoming wrestling academies in Lucknow & Noida to upgrade the state's sports ecosystem!

In an attempt to boost the sports infrastructure in the state, the Uttar Pradesh government has resolved to establish wrestling academies in Lucknow and Noida, at par with international standards. As per the plans, the Lucknow institute shall come up over an expanse of 2 acres in the Awadh Vihar region. Hosting wrestlers from India and abroad, the academies will be equipped with globally acclaimed facilities, for sound and sufficient training of the sportspersons.

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1st FIA-backed Formula Regional Indian Championship & Formula 4 to be held in Feb 2022!

Adding a dash of thrill to sports events in the country, the FIA-backed Formula Regional Indian Championship and Formula 4 Indian Championship will be organised for the first time in the country, in February 2022. As per the plans, the two categries of races will be held across 4 cities, namey--New Delhi, Chennai, Coimbatore and Hyderabad. Certified by FIA, the events will be based on F3 cars and the winners shall be able to garner benefits for participating in major championships.

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Lucknow's Ekana International Football Stadium to start operations in December this year!

Boosting the available infrastructure for sports persons and athletes in Uttar Pradesh, the sports city centre in the capital district, Lucknow is gradually expanding its scale and operations. As per the latest developments, the football stadium in the city's Ekana complex is all set to start operations in December this year. Equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, this advanced stadium would stand next to the cricket stadium on the campus.

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South Africa to play against India at Lucknow's Ekana Stadium under the captaincy of Sune Luus

South Africa's Women's Cricket Team has announced their squad for the India tour set to be played in Lucknow and Sune Luss has been notified as their captain for this tour. Regular captain Dane van Niekerk is injured and will not play the series, read reports. Besides her, the 17-member touring squad will also miss all-rounder Chloe Tryon, who previously missed the recent home series against Pakistan. The remaining unit has remained unchanged since the team's last appearance in Durban.

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