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Under-19 Multi day Talent Hunt Cricket Tournament-2022 concludes in Srinagar
DC Srinagar presides over Prize Distribution Ceremony at Sonwar Stadium


SRINAGAR JULY 18:- With focus to find real talent from all corners of J&K, the Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA) has organized a Talent Hunt, Under-19 Multi Day Cricket for Peace Tournament-2022 here at Sher-e-Kashmir Cricket Stadium Sonwar.
The Deputy Commissioner Srinagar, Mohammad Aijaz, who was the Chief Guest on the occasion, presided over the prize distribution ceremony.
Commandant SDRF, Hasseb ul Rehaman attended the function as Guest of Honour, while, Member Legal Affairs, JKCA, Sunil Sethi, Member, Sub Committee, JKCA, Mithun Manhas and other members and staff were also present on the occasion.
Addressing the occasion, the Deputy Commissioner, lauded the efforts of JKCA taken for betterment of Cricket in J&K to promote Cricket and help in sporting the talent in the length and breadth of Jammu & Kashmir.
While congratulating both the finalists in general and JKCA Blues in particular for winning the Cricket for Peace Tournament-2022, the DC said the future of Cricket in J&K is bright and there is no dearth of talent. He said we have vast potential of producing many more players like Umran Malik in the Cricket to participate in National and International level cricket events.
The DC extended his best wishes to the young cricket talent and hoped they will bring laurels for J&K.
Commandant SDRF, Hasseb ul Rehaman and other guests also expressed their views and encouraged the young talent.
Later, during the prize distribution ceremony, the Deputy Commissioner gave away trophies and mementos among the winning team and other participating players of the Tournament.

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