SFD to organise cricket tournament
Srinagar, July 24: Sports Fraternity Dalgate (SFD) is going to organise champions trophy cricket tournament at TRC ground from July 30.
“We have been conducting sports activities at TRC ground for last many years and as far as cricket is concerned we are conducting tournaments regularly and teams from all over Valley are participating in our tournaments,” Vice President SFD Muhammad Amin Bhat said.
“Recently previous edition of the event concluded and we are now going to conduct another edition of same event from 30th of this month. At the same time we will also be starting coaching camps for football and cricket at same venue,” he said.
The forms would be available at Bhat co Dalgate Srinagar. The intended teams have been asked to register before July 29. For further information teams can contact on: 9419982519, 9086612977 and 9419901609.
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