The draw for the Youth World Cup Iraq and Tunisia are in one group The draw for the Youth World Cup Iraq and Tunisia are in one group

The draw for the Youth World Cup Iraq and Tunisia are in one group

The draw for the Youth World Cup Iraq and Tunisia are in one group  The draw for the FIFA U-20 World Cup, which was drawn on Friday in the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires, placed the representatives of the Arabs, Iraq and Tunisia, in one group, along with Uruguay and England.  Argentina, the host country that replaced Malaysia, fell into a very easy group because it will face relatively unknown teams, Uzbekistan, Guatemala and New Zealand.  The same applies to France, which will face South Korea, Gambia and Honduras.  Italy came with Brazil in one group, which also included Nigeria and the Dominican Republic.  Here is the result of the draw:  Group A: Argentina, Uzbekistan, Guatemala and New Zealand.  Group B: The United States, Ecuador, Fiji, and Slovakia.  Group C: Senegal, Japan, Israel and Colombia.  Group D: Italy, Brazil, Nigeria and the Dominican Republic.  Group E: Uruguay, Iraq, England and Tunisia.  Group F: France, Korea, Gambia and Honduras.

The draw for the FIFA U-20 World Cup, which was drawn on Friday in the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires, placed the representatives of the Arabs, Iraq and Tunisia, in one group, along with Uruguay and England.

Argentina, the host country that replaced Malaysia, fell into a very easy group because it will face relatively unknown teams, Uzbekistan, Guatemala and New Zealand.

The same applies to France, which will face South Korea, Gambia and Honduras.

Italy came with Brazil in one group, which also included Nigeria and the Dominican Republic.

Here is the result of the draw:

Group A: Argentina, Uzbekistan, Guatemala and New Zealand.

Group B: The United States, Ecuador, Fiji, and Slovakia.

Group C: Senegal, Japan, Israel and Colombia.

Group D: Italy, Brazil, Nigeria and the Dominican Republic.

Group E: Uruguay, Iraq, England and Tunisia.

Group F: France, Korea, Gambia and Honduras.


Perpani puts his hope in the four referees who are training in Singapore  A number of archery athletes aim at the target during the Barebow number exhibition in the National Selection (Seleknas) of the Executive Board of the Indonesian Archery Association (PB Perpani) at the Archery Field, Gelora Bung Karno, Senayan, Jakarta, Wednesday (8/3/2023). BETWEEN PHOTOS/M Risyal Hidayat/nym. (BETWEEN PHOTOS/M RISYAL HIDAYAT)  Jakarta (ANTARA) - The Central Executive of the Indonesian Archery Association (PP Perpani) has high hopes for the four Red and White referees who will have the opportunity to gain knowledge by participating in the World Archery Asia (WAA) Continental Judge Seminar training in Singapore on 2-4 June 2023. "  Perpani have a long-term plan for four national referees who will be included in the WAA Seminar Continental Judges training in Singapore," PP Perpani Secretary General Antonius Riva said as reported by his official website, Thursday.  The four referees are Della Adisty Handayani (East Java), Ilham Maulana (Riau Islands), Arie Fachmi Nugraha (Banten), and Reno Sagita (DKI Jakarta). They were selected from a total of 20 referees who registered and then narrowed down to 15 who took part in the next stage on April 14-17.  The final assessment of the referee selection was carried out through a series of tests led by two continental referees, Johari Bin Abu Bakar and Ida Hasni Shaari.  After the training, continued Riva, the referees will spearhead PP Perpani in improving the quality of selection, championships and evaluation of tournaments held in Indonesia.  On the same occasion, Deputy Chairperson II for Guidance and Training, Abdul Razak, said that by bringing four national referee representatives to Singapore and obtaining certificates as continental referees, Indonesia would have a face in Asian refereeing.  Every time there is a match in the Asian region, the four referees, if they are certified, are ready to be called upon and carry out their duties as referees.  "Congratulations to those who passed and hopefully the four national referees who were sent will all get certificates as continental referees," said Razak.

Perpani puts his hope in the four referees who are training in Singapore : Jakarta

Jakarta (ANTARA) - The Central Executive of the Indonesian Archery Association (PP Perpani) has high hopes for the four Red and White referees who will have the opportunity to gain knowledge by participating in the World Archery Asia (WAA) Continental Judge Seminar training in Singapore on 2-4 June 2023. "

Perpani have a long-term plan for four national referees who will be included in the WAA Seminar Continental Judges training in Singapore," PP Perpani Secretary General Antonius Riva said as reported by his official website, Thursday.

The four referees are Della Adisty Handayani (East Java), Ilham Maulana (Riau Islands), Arie Fachmi Nugraha (Banten), and Reno Sagita (DKI Jakarta). They were selected from a total of 20 referees who registered and then narrowed down to 15 who took part in the next stage on April 14-17.

The final assessment of the referee selection was carried out through a series of tests led by two continental referees, Johari Bin Abu Bakar and Ida Hasni Shaari.

After the training, continued Riva, the referees will spearhead PP Perpani in improving the quality of selection, championships and evaluation of tournaments held in Indonesia.

On the same occasion, Deputy Chairperson II for Guidance and Training, Abdul Razak, said that by bringing four national referee representatives to Singapore and obtaining certificates as continental referees, Indonesia would have a face in Asian refereeing.

Every time there is a match in the Asian region, the four referees, if they are certified, are ready to be called upon and carry out their duties as referees.

"Congratulations to those who passed and hopefully the four national referees who were sent will all get certificates as continental referees," said Razak.

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