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HOST: Odisha Rugby Football Association (ORFA)
CONTACT PERSON: ORFA secretary Upendra Kumar Mohanty (Mobile: 9437300709).

*     As many as 24 teams from 18 states would compete in Division I and II of the tournament, which would be staged for the first time in Odisha.
*     Twelve teams each would take part in the Division I and Division II.
*     This is the top most domestic tournament for women in the country.
*     After completion of the ensuing tournament, top two teams from Division II will be promoted to next year’s Division-I and bottom two teams from Division-I will be relegated to Division-II.
*     Last year, Pune and Kerala emerged champions in Division I and II respectively.
*     Two teams from Odisha _ Bhubaneswar and Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS) _ are set to compete in the Division I of the upcoming tournament.
*     In the last year’s Division-I tournament, the Bhubaneswar finished fourth and KISS fifth.
*     The all-India tournament would also serve as the basis for selection of India probables for the Asian Women’s Rugby Championship, scheduled to be held at Pune from October 13.

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