NEW DELHI: A coach posted at the Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range in the national capital has tested positive for COVID-19, the Sports Authority of India said in a statement on Thursday. The development puts further doubt on a proposed national camp for Olympic-bound shooters scheduled to take place in August. “The result of the test was intimated to the authorities by the coach on July 30,” said SAI. “The coach had visited the centre’s administrative department only on July 24, 2020. SAI had opened the range for Olympic-bound shooters on July 8. Subsequently the National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) had after a meeting on July 14 planned to start a national camp on August 1. IANS Also Watch: 3 Anti CAA Protests In Assam; 30 Indigenous Orgs Protest Today
Clonmel Town meet holders St Michael’s in the Dr Pat O’Callaghan Complex at 2 o’clock.There are two other ties in the South Tipp section of the competition – St Nicholas and Tipperary Town kicks off at 11 while the encounter between Peake Villa and Clonmel Celtic starts at 2.