Horizon Club lifts T20 Christmas Celebrations Cup

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\Jammu: Physical fitness & Agility is the basic necessity for a cricketer in the present cricket scenario, stated by Dr. Ashok Bhan, former Director General of Police, J&K in the closing ceremony of T20 Christmas Celebrations Cup at KC Sports Club Ground, here on Tuesday.
In the summit clash, Horizon Cricket Club defeated Vridhi Royals by six wickets and lifted the trophy.
Batting first, Vridhi Royals scored 129 runs for the loss of ten wickets in 19.4 overs. Sahil Lalotra (27), Sanoop Bhagat (22) and Archit (14) runs were the main scorers. For Horizon Club, Vivrant grabbed four wickets, Bandeep Singh claimed three and Sampark, Veenu and Savan took one wicket each.
In reply, Horizon Cricket Club chased the target in 17.5 overs by losing four wickets. Akshit played a brilliant knock of 73 runs followed by Bandeep, who scored 34 runs.
For bowling side, Sannat took two wickets while Sanoop scalped one.
Akshit was declared as Man of the Match and best batsman, Paras Sharma declared best bowler while Bandeep Singh was declared as Man of the Series.
Today’s match was officiated by Ashok, Sanju and Vijay.
In the valediction function, Dr. Ashok Bhan was the Chief Guest while Ashvinder Koul, former Ranji player and member Indian Cricket Association was the Guest of Honour.
The Chief Guest distributed the trophies among the runners and winners in the presence of Ashvinder Koul, Rajesh Gill, Arjun Choudhary, Sudhir Singh, Ashish Singh and Sanjeev Sharma.
Earlier, Rajesh Gill member Indian Cricket Association and coordinator of the event presented welcome address and brief detail of the cup.
He also apprised the Chief Guest that the main objective of the tournament was to provide platform to the cricketers of J&K so that they can exhibit their cricketing talent and to celebrate Christmas through T20 cricket.
The Chief Guest said that physical fitness and agility is the basic necessity for a cricketer in the present cricket scenario.
He also advised the participants to avoid mobile games and allied things etc because it distracts the person from the main aim.

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