The footballers of the under-19 age group of the Elite Women’s Residency Camp have resumed regular practice to get prepared for the upcoming Bangamata U19 Women’s International Gold Cup 2019.
The regular sessions restarted on Thursday after a few days of recovery sessions and stretching.
The players of Elite Women’s Residency Camp took part in the second round of the AFC U16 Women’s Championship 2019 qualifiers and the SAFF Women’s Championship 2019 in February and March respectively.
The Bengal girls underwent rigorous training and played in tough matches over the past two months for the back-to-back international tournaments.
In order to get over the fatigue and to recharge themselves for the daily training sessions, the girls underwent stretching and recovery sessions till March 27, Wednesday.
Starting today, the girls will now train focusing on the maiden Bangamata U19 Women’s International Gold Cup slated to be held from April 22 to May 3, 2019.
Six nations will participate in the tournament including Bangladesh.