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  • TSN Reasi, HS Aghar Jitto enter finals

 

REASI: The Semi final of District-Level Tennis Ball Cricket were played today at General Zorawar Sports Stadium with Govt. High School Aghar Jitto defeating Govt. High School Kambal Danga in the first semi-final by three wickets. Jarnail Singh of Aghar Jitto scored 19 runs whereas Rahil Thakur of Kambal Danga bagged three wickets for his team.

 

In the second Semi-Final, Trikuta Shiksha Niketan (TSN) defeated HSS Katra 73-50 in which Prashant Bali of TSN and Mohit Dev of HS Katra scored 24 runs each for their respective teams and Rohit Kumar of TSN picked four wickets for his team. The matches were successfully umpired by Mr. Pardeep Nag, Avinash Kumar & Opinder Pal whereas Mr. Kuldeep Raj & Manzoor Hussain were the scorers.  Prominent among others comprise OP Sharma ZPEO, ML Sharma ZPEO, Tour Kumar, Ajay Kumar and Sunil Kumar. 

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DODA: A special tournament for the differently abled Children was organized in Government Higher Secondary School (Boys) Doda today by the Special Bharat Olympic J&K in collaboration with Jammu and Kashmir Police Doda and 10 Rashtriya Rifles Battalion Doda. The games are being held under the Scheme of Sports & Games for Persons with Disabilities by Ministry of Youth Services & Sports, Government of India.

 

MLA Doda Shakti Raj inaugurated the tournament and was the chief guest on the occasion in presence of Deputy Commissioner Doda Bhupinder Kumar, SSP Doda Z.N Manhas, 2nd in Command 10 RR Doda Kailash Jha,  President Bharat Olympic J&K Ashwani Jojra  and Principal GHSS (Boys) Doda Tanveer Ahmed Wani was also present on the occasion. During the tournament Badminton, Volley Ball, JoJo, Wheel Chair Race and other games for the disabled will be played. 

 

The tournament for persons with disabilities saw participants from different schools. While speaking on the occasion, Shakti Raj appreciated the initiative of the organisers for holding the tournament and said that there is need to carry on such special tournaments for the disabled and provide them a suitable platform to exhibit their sporting talent and enable them to compete in such events organized at State and National Level.  

 

He also said that these games were designed to judge the participants’ athletic achievements and not their disability and these games are about ability and not disability, besides also allow a chance to the children with special needs to heal their injuries and take part in the games. He said such events provide the much desired boost to their confidence and ability also. During the inaugural function Miss Rajjo Devi sung the song “e wattan e wattan hum ko teri kasam ”  was awarded and declared as Ambassador of Bharat Olympic J&K for Doda District.

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SRINAGAR:  J&K Armed Police is organizing a Grand Cycle Race competition titled “Pedal for Kashmir” on 31st of May 2015 in Srinagar. The cyclists both boys and girls will compete in different age group categories. The winners will be awarded certificates and cash prizes ranging from Rs. 50,000 to Rs. 1500.

According to Armed police authorities, the grand cycle race competition is being held to promote this sport among the youth of the state. During the event, the under-12 category the race will start from Police Golf Course up to Shalimar Garden making a total distance of 9.5 Kms to be covered in 16 minutes. For under-19 category, the race will also begin from Police Golf Course via Lalit Grand Palace up to Nigeen Club to be covered in 33 minutes. For senior level of cyclists the race will also commence from Police Golf Course to Pandach crossing making a total distance of 18.5 Kms to be covered in 27 minutes.

 

The winner will be awarded with certificates and cash prizes, with winner in senior category the cash prizes for Ist 5-positions will be Rs 50,000/, Rs 40,000/, Rs 20,000/ and Rs 10,000/ respectively. For junior category under-19 both Boys and Girls the cash prizes for Ist 5-positions have been fixed as Rs 30,000/, Rs 25,000/, Rs 20,000/, Rs 15,000/ and Rs 10,000/ respectively, while for junior category under-12 Boys and Girls the cash prizes for Ist 10- positions have been fixed as Rs 25,000/, Rs20,000/, Rs15,000/, Rs12,000/, Rs 10,000/, Rs 7500/, Rs 5000/, Rs 4000/, Rs 2500/ and Rs 1500/ respectively.

 

Entry for all the categories of the cycling event are free and all the interested contestants can requested to register themselves either at APHQ Karan Nagar Srinagar or J&K Sports Council or on spot on the day of event i.e 31-05-2015.