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Case Premier League 2 unveils teams’ jersey

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Members of Case Premier League organising committee and the team representatives, and referee at the official launch of jersey’s at Tetso College Dimapur on Wednesday. (Photo credit: Onenjungshi Pongener)

Dimapur, Sep. 13 (EMN): The Case Premier League (CPL) 2 officially unveiled its jersey on Wednesday at Tetso College Dimapur. The unregistered football league for non professionals above 30 years will kick off on September 16.
The CPL with the theme “Beyond 30, beyond fitness” will commence on September 16 at 12:30 pm at Police ground, Chumukedima with Parliamentary Secretary for Irrigation and Flood Control Tovihoto Ayemi as the chief guest, informed Organising Committee member Viketho Kechu. Matches for the tournament would also be held at the Police Ground, Chumukedima, he added.
The six participating teams are G. Sporting Club, Nizams FC, Case FC, Trinity FC, STAFAC Patkai and A1 Powerplay said CPL Convenor Rovikotuo Yhoshu.
Briefing on the guidelines of the league, organising committee member Nchum Ovung said that the league is for non-professionals players above 30 years of age. However, though the league allows for two under-30 players from each team to be part of a match day squad but even these players have to be above the age of 25.
The organisers’ informed that it is mandatory for all the players to submit a copy of their identity proof which can be PAN card, driving license, election voters card, office ID cards or class X/XII admit card with photo. The identity proof should either be of any government recognised/registered card.
The inaugural edition of CPL was held earlier this year from February to April under the theme “Beyond Friendship, Beyond Fitness and Beyond Football”.

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