Traffic-XI beat FM-XI in friendly match
Srinagar, Nov 13: Traffic-XI defeated Big92.7 FM-XI in a friendly cricket match sponsored by Chowdhary Group at Delhi Public School ground here on Tuesday.
The Managing Director of Chowdhary Group, Babar Chowdhary was chief guest on the occasion and distributed prizes among the winners. The two teams were headed by S.P Traffic Srinagar, Haseeb-ur-Rehman and Station Head Big 92.7 FM. Muzaffar Shah.
Speaking on the occasion Babar said that he was pleased to see sportsmanship and enthusiasm of both the teams as also their energy level.
While presenting the man of the match trophy to SP Traffic Srinagar, Babar made an announcement of launching the Cricket team of Chowdhary Group representing its brand name Hat trick in a near future.
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