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Vishal Club Jr lifts U-12 Three-Matches Series by 2-1
JAMMU, July 16: Vishal Cricket Club Junior. trounced Christian Sports Club Junior by 7 wickets in a thrilling contest and lifted the Under-12 Three Matches Series Cricket Championship at Alexander Memorial School, here today.

The first match of the series won by the Christian Sports Club Jr. and the second match won by the Vishal Club Jr. And by winning the third and final match Vishal Club Jr. Lifted the 3-matches series by 2-1.

The Series in which the under -12 years of Cricketers of Christian Sports Club Junior and Vishal Cricket Club Junior were participated and had been organized by Christian Sports Organization J&K, with the objective to create sports interest among the young Children at the initial stage so that the young children can enjoy the cricket matches and may not involve in any drug addiction at later stage because the most of the youths are indulging in the drugs and are dying in a very early stage so to promote the sports culture among the young Children is the basic objective. The slogan of the tournament is “Be Healthy – and Don’t Do Drugs”.

Fr. Kuriakose, Incharge Priest of Gandhi Nagar Church was the Chief Guest in the valedictory function, while Vinay Gupta, Chairman Vishal Cricket Club was the Guest of honour. The chief guest and the other dignitaries distributed prizes among the winners and runners-up teams.

Earlier, in the summit clash, Christian Sports Club won the toss and elected to bat first and scored 46 runs for the loss of 3 wickets in the stipulated 10 overs. Araman top scored with 17runs including 1 four, while Kallis contributed 9 runs to the total. Ayush was the pick of the bowlers, who took 2 wickets, while Gibbs claimed 1 wicket each.

In reply, Vishal Cricket Club needed 4 runs in the last over of the match and clinched victory on the fourth ball in an exciting contest. Anslum was the main scorer who made 11 runs while Captain Rohan & Julious contributed 9 runs each to the total. Bowlers of the Christian Sports Club had given 18 extras runs thus lost the match by 6 wickets, whereas Delving, Kallis and Gourav claimed 1 wicket each. Aryaman was awarded man of the match in the last match. Kallis of Christian Sports Club was declared man of the series award.

In his address, Fr. Kuriakose lavished praise for the organizing team for conducting the event with the great objective, smoothly and successfully and assured the young players and their parents that more and more matches shall be conducted in future also these young players. He also advised the parents of the young players to maintain good friendly relations with the children and help them to excel in sports and study as well.

Vinay Gupta in his address also praised all the members of the Christian Sports Organization for regularly conducting the sports activities for the youths of the Jammu.

The other dignitaries of the community present on the occasion included Rakesh Akram, Sonu Donald, Moon Stephan, Elija Sotra, Naveen Athwal, Amit , Rohit Robert, Samson, Sunny Gill, Ravi Richard,

Earlier, welcome address was presented by Rajesh Gill, while Victor Sotra conducted the proceedings of the final Function.

David Mattoo and Sunny Gill are the organizing secretaries of the tournament and the tournament is organized under the overall supervision of Sh. Rajesh Gill, President of Christian Sports Organization J&K.

The matches were officiated by Nitu Khokher and Noni, while Sanjay Bhatti acted as scorer.

News Updated at : Wednesday, July 17, 2013
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