Anantnag School lifts title
ONE NATION NETBALL CUP
Srinagar, May 28: Froebel Public School, Anantnag has won the inaugural edition of the One Nation Netball Cup held at the Deepalaya School, New Delhi on Sunday.
Froebel won final by 19-17 against the host team Deepalaya school, having led throughout the four quarters, Deepalaya worked very hard to narrow down the lead in the fourth quarter, giving some moments of anxiety to the Froebel team, however, the Anantnag school team stayed ahead and won the match and the trophy.
The tournament proved to be a happy hunting ground for Froebel, as their wing attack Muskan won the best girl player of the tournament and goal attack Baba Hanan, the best boy player of the tournament award.
The One Nation Netball Cup is the first ever mixed team’s netball tournament for schools held in India and featured 7 teams from 5 States including schools from Odisha, Jharkhand and Maharashtra apart from the finalists.
The event was organised by the Naz Foundation, Deepalaya School and the Netball Development Trust and was supported by the Australian Sports Outreach Programme. Among the guests present to watch the finals were the principal of Froebel School Arshad Baba, the principal of the Deepalaya School Anita Sawhney and the general secretary of the Netball Federation of India, Hari Om Kaushik.
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