5th Sardarni Manjit Kaur Memorial Cricket Tournament kicks off at CT Group of Institutions


Jalandhar, December 18, 2017: 5th Sardarni Manjit Kaur Memorial Cricket Tournament started with great enthusiasm put in by the players of visually impaired team from Rashtriya Andh Vidyalaya at Shahpur Campus of CT Group of Institutions.

The five days tournament kicked off at Shahpur Campus with this special match of Visually Impaired students played with full enthusiasm and zeal. These students were divided into teams named Team A and Team B, in which, Team B won the match and bagged the cash prize of Rs.3100 and Rs.2100 for runner up team.

The first official match was played between the teams from Saupin’s School, Chandigarh and CT Public School, Maqsudan in which CT Public School team wins the match and qualifies for semi-finals. Saupin’s School team did batting first and scored 82 runs in 20 overs whereas CT Public School easily managed to score 83 runs in 9 overs and won the match.

The opening ceremony of the tournament marked the enlightening presence of S. Chanranjit S Channi, Chairman CT Group of Institutions and Mr. Manbir Singh, Managing Director, CT Group of Institutions. There was a badge pinning ceremony and balloon fleeing ceremony to declare the event open.

The Winner & Runners-up teams of the special match were honored with trophies, certificates & medals and were felicitated with the prize money.

Principal of CT Public School Mrs. Suman Rana appreciated the efforts of Visually Impaired Children for playing so wonderfully. He appreciated the efforts for taking this fantastic initiative in incorporating the team of visually impaired children in the tournament.

Chairman S. Charanjit S Channi introduced the teams from Chandigarh, Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. He congratulated the participants and wished them good luck for the tournament.

The tournament is supported by Coca Cola, Anthem Sports and IDM Sports.

The winning teams of the tournament will be felicitated with the prize money of Rs. 31,000 and Rs. 21,000 respectively.

Monday, December 18, 2017