Miri Piri Wrestling Club wins B.C. Open Wrestling Championship for second time in a row

FRONT WRESTLING 1WRESTLING coach Sucha Mann’s Miri Piri Wrestling Club of Abbotsford had a spectacular win at this year’s B.C. Open Wrestling Championship (under age 18) last Saturday organized by the University of Fraser Valley’s Cascades Wrestling club at W.J Mouat Secondary School.

Miri Piri Club bagged four gold, three silver and two bronze medals. This was the club’s second victory in a row.


Gold Medal winners:

36 kg: Parmjot Sidhu

50 kg: Pritpal Johal

60 kg: Umrao Dhadda

80 kg: Manraj Johal


Silver Medal winners:

46 kg: Ravdeep Toor

57 kg: Anmol Lidder

69 kg: Summit Mann


Bronze Medal winners:

63 kg: Gursajjan Bhullar

80 kg: Arbaaz Gill


In fourth place were Ravdeep Toor (who also competed in the 50 kg weight class) and Arjun Mahil (57 kg).

Miri Piri Club is situated near the Abbotsford Airport on Ross Road and is evidently doing a good job in keeping kids away from gangs and drugs.

Mann told The VOICE that he will be taking seven wrestlers to the nationals in New Brunswick in the second week of April and expects two of them to be selected for the Canadian national team that will be participating in the PanAm cadets championships (age 17 and under) in Mexico in June.