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Parvez Rasool inaugurates inter-school cricket tourney in Srinagar

SRINAGAR

Cricketer Parvez Rasool on Tuesday inaugurated Kashmir Harvard Under-16 Inter-School cricket tournament at Tourist Reception Center (TRC) ground in Srinagar.

At the inaugural ceremony teams from Kashmir Harvard, Green Valley, RP School, DPS Srinagar, Little Angels School, Lawrence Vidhya Bhawan, New Convent, DPS Budgam, Vision School Budgam, Spring Buds Budgam, Tyndale Biscoe, Burn Hall, Khanam’s Educational Institute, SP School and State Cricket Academy team were present.

The organizers said the event is being organized with the aim to develop school level cricket structure and 16 school teams from various parts of the Valley are participating.

The event was inaugurated by star cricketer Parvez Rasool who is also Sports Council technical advisor for cricket in presence of Director SCA Mubashir Hassan, Sports Officer Kashmir Nuzhat Ara, Sports Officer central Nusrat Gazala, cricket coach Abid Nabi, event manager Kashmir Harvard Sheikh Mubashir, managers of Polo Ground and TRC ground and various other cricketers and dignitaries.

After the inauguration, Parvez interacted with all cricketers present at the venue and also took group photographs with all the teams.

“It is great to see such an initiative being taken and I think more such events should be held. The events at school level are good for the cricket. SCA and Amblin should be hailed for this,” Parvez said.

The event is organized by State Cricket Academy (SCA) in collaboration with Amblin and sponsored by Kashmir Harvard, J&K Bank, Unibic Biscuits.

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