National T-20 deaf cricket tournament concludes
Srinagar May 14: The National T-20 deaf cricket tournament concluded at Kashmir University cricket ground here on Friday.
The Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Dr. Asgar Hussain Samoon, was the Chief Guest on the occasion, while Prof. Neelofar Khan, Dean Students Welfare was the Guest of Honor.
Among others Prof (Dr.) N.A Rather, Director Physical Education, Vice-Chairman Asian Deaf Cricket Association, Kadam and President All India Cricket Association of the Deaf were present on the occasion, a statement issued by KU said.
In the final Haryana defeated Delhi and lifted the title. Dr. Samoon distributed the medals, mementos and cash awards among winners.
In his speech Dr. Samoon desired that more such special tournaments for the special people should be arranged in the valley to encourage a spirit of competition amongst the special youth.
The Vice- Chairman Asian Cricket Association expressed his gratitude for providing logistic support by the Directorate of Physical Education, Kashmir University.
In the event 12 teams of Haryana, W.B, Delhi, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Punjab, Uttrakhand, U.P, A.P, Gujarat, Jharkhand and the host J&K took part in this first-ever T20 Deaf Cricket Tournament.
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