‘We didn’t enable monetary woes to hamper Navjot Kaur’ - rctim.com

‘We didn’t enable monetary woes to hamper Navjot Kaur’ - rctim.com

Tribune Information Service
Kurukshetra, August 3

She was simply 11 when she began taking part in hockey in Shahabad and at the moment, we by no means imagined that she might be representing the nation within the Olympics, mentioned Satnam Singh, father of Indian girls staff’s midfielder Navjot Kaur.

After gorgeous the Australians, now all eyes are set for the Wednesday’s large recreation in opposition to Argentina.

“Navjot (25) is the eldest of the three siblings. Throughout childhood, Navjot expressed her want to play. I’m a shocker mechanic by career, however one way or the other we managed every little thing. We by no means advised her about any monetary points. Now, she has made us proud. Her coach Baldev Singh has performed an important function in grooming many Shahabad gamers,” mentioned Satnam Singh.

Navjot made her debut for the senior staff in 2012 and it’s her second look within the Olympics this 12 months. She was part of the staff in Rio Olympics in 2016. Navjot had additionally participated within the 2017 Asia Cup when the staff gained the gold and the 2018 Asian Video games when it clinched the silver medal.

At current, Navjot, a BA graduate, is working on the Rail Coach Manufacturing facility in Kapurthala.

“She performs ahead in addition to a midfielder for the staff. We haven’t been in a position to discuss to her a lot after the historic match. We’ve been watching all matches intently and the ladies have completed a commendable job to date. The best way they’ve performed in opposition to mighty Australia, we’re assured that the need proceed their profitable streak,” he added.


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