Karachi: Team Babaghundi wins All Gojal Cricket Tournament

Karachi: Team Babaghundi wins All Gojal Cricket Tournament

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Israr Salahuddin 

Karachi: Team Baba Ghundi defeated Gulmit Young Stars Club in the final match of the All Gojal Tape Ball Cricket Tournament played at S.M.S ground here in the metropolitan.

Playing earlier, GYSC scored 135 runs in the 10-overs match. Team Baba Ghundi was able to successfully chase the huge total in the last over, with five wickets still in hand. Safdar’s brilliant inning play pivotal role in putting Babghundi in the winning position. He was declared the man of the final match for his brilliant batting performance. Shabir from GYSC was declared man of the tournament for his all-round excellent performance.

Ghulkin and Hussani teams were awarded for being the best teams, in terms of discipline and overall conduct during the event.

The tournament had been organized by Jamalabad Students Association. Sixteen teams from across Gojal Valley, Hunza, participated in the event.

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A large number of people were present to watch the final match

Hikmat, the winning captain, receiving the trophy

Hikmat, the winning captain, receiving the trophy

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Winning team celebrates victory

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Shabir Hussain receiving the man of the series trophy

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Saeed Jamaluddin, the captain of runner-up team receiving the trophy from the chief guest, col. ZahidHussain

Runner-up team celebrates

Runner-up team celebrates

Shirts and mementos were given to supporters of the tournament

Shirts and mementos were given to supporters of the tournament

The tournament was played at the S.M.S Ground

The tournament was played at the S.M.S Ground

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