Kütahya Dumlupinar University (DPU) hosted the Inter-University UniLig Handball Regional League matches.
DPU Off Sport Kütahya Dumlupınar, in the women’s group in the matches held in the hall, Ege, Eskisehir Osmangazi, Canakkale March 18, Thrace and Bursa Uludag universities, for men, Eskişehir Osmangazi, Çanakkale 18 March, Thrace, Aegean, Yalova, Kocaeli ve Divided Abant Izzet Baysal universities participated. In the matches that lasted 5 days, the first three places in women Uludag University, University of Trakya ve Aegean University achieved. In men, Bolu Abant İzzet Baysal University, Ege University and Uludag University were the teams that took the first three places. Universities that entered the top two in the matches qualified to participate in the promotion matches to the Super League, which will be held in the coming months.
Those who participated in the cup ceremony held after the tournament and distributed their medals to the athletes. rector Prof. Dr. Kazim UysalIn his statement, he gave advice to the university students participating in the matches to do sports throughout their lives, and thanked the university staff who took part in the matches for their contributions.
In the statement made by the Health Culture and Sports Presidency (DPU SKS), the coaches and managers of the teams participating in the tournament, Prof. Dr. To Kazım Uysal, DPU SKS President İbrahim Gürer and Sports Branch Officer Ali Akyoland Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Sports Sciences, Dr. Instructor Member of Aydin SenturkIt was reported that he expressed his gratitude and gratitude to the university staff who took part in the tournament for their hosting and contributions. – KUTAHYA
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