Kashmir Greats emerges Srinagar KPL winner
Srinagar, May 29: Kashmir Premier League Phase-I, T-20 Intra Distt Cricket tournament of Srinagar District concluded on Monday.
The tournament was organized by the Chinar Corps under Sadbhavana in collaboration with Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs, Jammu and Kashmir Government.
Grand finale ceremony was held at DPS, Srinagar and the final match was played between City Hunks Cricket Club and Kashmir Greats Cricket Club.
City Hunks scored a total of 169 runs in 20 overs and Kashmir Greats successfully chased the target in 19 overs. Arshad Bhatt, captain of Kashmir Greats scored a winning knock of 84 not out and was declared man of the match. Adil Rashid of City Hunks was declared man of the series for his all round performance. GOC 31 Sub Area, Maj Gen PD Hallur, distributed prizes to the winning and runner up team.
He congratulated all the teams for participating in the event and gave best wishes for KPL phase-II. Kashmir Greats and one more team to be selected later will be representing Srinagar District in KPL phase-II. The event was organised by 7 Rashtriya Rifles (PUNJAB) under the aegis of HQ 31 Sub Area.
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