SSS organises Farooq Memorial Exhibition match
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, June 11: Shaheen Sports Syndicate organised first Farooq Memorial Exhibition match at Boys Higher Secondary Soura here on Sunday.
The match was played between Kashmir Sports-XI and Al-Bilal Sports-XI.
On the occasion, President JKFA, Zameer Ahmad Thakur, was the chief guest.
Before the match started, two minutes silence/fateh prayers was observed in memory of Late Farooq Ahmad (Pele).
Al Bilal Sports-XI emerged winners by beating Kashmir Sports by 2-0.
On the occasion Chairman SSS, SA Khanyari, threw light on the aims and objectives of the syndicate and vowed to serve society in the field of sports & social activities.
In the last an interesting prize distribution function was held & medals, mementos, trophies,& footballs were distributed by the syndicate to the respective teams.
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