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MDU Rohtak lifts the winner`s trophy
NZ Inter University Women`s Cricket tourney
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SRINAGAR, Oct 1: The final match of the North Zone Inter University Women`s cricket tournament 2012 was played today at Kashmir University campus between Maharishi Dayanand University(MDU), Rohtak and Dr. Ram Monohlar Lohia University (RMU), Faizabad which was won by MDU, Rothak by a huge margin of 126 runs.

While electing to bat first MDU Rothak scored 185 runs in allotted 30 overs. While chasing the score RML Faziabad was restricted to 59 runs only. Jyoti Sharma was declared woman of the match for her brilliant contribution of 56 runs and taking two wickets for 2 runs for her team.

Jasia Akhter was declared highest run scorer of the tournament while as Elizabeth Maqbool was declared highest wicket taker. During a closing ceremony of the tournament which was held at the University grounds Minister for Higher Education Abdul Gani Malik who

was chief guest on the occasion while congratulating the participants aid that such tournaments are important platform for youngsters to prove and hone their potential in the field of sports. “We should make every effort to organise such tournament in near

future so that we can easily identify the talent,” said AG Malik.

He added that Sports is an important means to promote tourism in the Valley as participants get exposed to the beauty of the Valley.

While Presiding over the closing ceremony Vice Chancellor, University of Kashmir, Prof. Talat Ahmad, said that winning or losing are just the ingredients of the game, “the matter of importance is the participation and one should accept the result whatever it turns out

to be with great spirit.”


News Updated at : Tuesday, October 2, 2012
 
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