G S XI enter final of Women U-19 Twenty20
JAMMU, Sept 8: Jammu district and
G S XI, Jammu locked their horns for
summit clash in the ongoing Women U-19
Twenty20 Cricket (Knock-Out) Tournament
organized by J&K Cricket
Association's Jammu wing being played at
GGM Science College, Hostel Grounds.
semifinal matches here, G S XI crushed
Rajouri while Jammu district got bye
against MIER School, Samba.
G S XI
registered one-sided victory against
Rajouri district by 100 runs in the
second semifinal of the event.
first, G S XI piled up 143 runs for the
loss of 3-wickets in allotted 20 overs.
Sandhya Sayal was the top scorer with 24
runs while Sarla Devi contributed 17
runs. Heena Kousar and Arantika also
chipped in 14 runs each.
Rajouri, Parveen was the lone wicket
taker, who scalped 2-wickets.
Rajouri team could not manage to reach
the winning total and was bundled out at
meager 43 runs in 16.5 overs against
tough line and length of G S XI bowlers.
Shilpa and Vishaw Bharti were the main
contributors from losing side.
Sayal and Akansha were the
wrecker-in-chiefs, who scalped three and
two wickets respectively. Both the
bowlers bowled with tight line and length
while former gave only 7-runs and later
8- runs in their quota.
in the first semifinal, Jammu district
got bye against MIER School, Samba after
the later team didn't took the field
after 4.4 overs when the team was at 5
runs for the loss of 5 wickets.
district scored huge total of 214 runs
for the loss of three wickets in
stipulated 20 overs while batting first.
Pooja and Navneet were the main
contributors with 55 and 42 runs
School, Samba, Harneet was the only
MIER School team made bad start and lost
half of the team at 5 runs in 4.4 overs.
Shallu remained as wrecker-in-chief, who
claimed all the wickets in 2.4 overs.
team batswomen left the field and didn't
come back to take strike, as a result
Umpires waited for 20 minutes and after
getting no response, they awarded the
match in favour of Jammu district.
Zone Inter-State U-14 Cricket tourney
Delhi in commanding
position against Punjab, H P reaches
106/4 against Haryanas 145 runs
SRINAGAR, Sept 8: In the ongoing
North Zone Inter-State Under-14 Cricket
Tournament, Delhi amassed 357 runs for
nine wickets in 95 overs at the close of
first day's play against Punjab at being
played at Kashmir University Cricket
grounds, here today.
match at SK Cricket Stadium, Himachal is
trailing by 39 runs at the close of day
one against Haryana.
Delhi versus Punjab match, Madhav hit ton
by scoring 122 runs to help Delhi put up
a good show in the first innings. Jonti
Sidhu contributed to the total by scoring
70 runs while Arul Dral made 42 runs.
Jonty added 173 runs for the fourth
wicket partnership and build foundation
for the team.
Punjab, Gurkirat Singh claimed three
wickets while as Arunnum Prasad took two
match at SK Cricket Stadium, Himachal was
trailing by just 39 runs while losing
four wickets in reply to the first
innings score of 145 runs by Haryana at
the close of first day's play.
winning the toss, Haryana team was all
out for 145 runs in 59 overs. Abhijeet
Sharma scored 57 runs while as Shubam
Ruhela hit 41 runs.
Himachal, left arm spinner Chahat did the
major damage by claiming five wickets. In
reply, Himachal reached 106 runs for the
loss of four wickets in 47 overs.
tournament features all teams from North
Zone and is hosted by Jammu and Kashmir
Final matches in
boys, girls sections to be
JAMMU, Sept 8: Trikuta Degree
College and GGM Science College in boys
while GWC Udhampur and GCW Parade in
girls locked their horns for summit
clashes in the ongoing Inter-Collegiate
Badminton (M&W) Tournament being
organised by Directorate of Sports and
Physical Education, University of Jammu
here at Gymnasium Hall today.
section, the boys' of Trikuta Degree
College crushed GDC Kathua while GGM
Science College team registered thumping
victory over experienced PG Department.
first semifinal, Trikuta Degree College
beat GDC Kathua by 3-0. The performance
of GDC Kathua was highly appreciated by
officials and spectators during the
tourney. In Singles, Vasu Bhagat emerged
as victorious against Amit Jasrotia by
21-10 and 21-12 while Shiva Manhas
outplayed Dhananjay Jamwal by 21-9 and
21-15. In doubles, the duo of Naresh and
Vasu defeated Amit and Dhananjay by 21-9
semis, GGM Science College outclassed P G
Department by 3-0. The boys' of GGM
Science College presented better show
today and gave no chance to favourite PG
Department team and advanced into final
of the tourney.
Singles, Maninder Singh beat Amit by
21-14 and 21-17 while Aman got the better
of Dander Dev by 21-10 and 21-9. In
doubles Aman and Maninder scripted win
over 21-12 and 21-6.
section, GWC Udhampur will face GCW
Parade for title trophy after winning
their respective matches in semifinal of
first semifinal, GWC Udhampur thrashed
GDC Kathua team by 2-0. Both the singles
were easily won by girls of Udhampur in
one-sided contest. Shriya crushed Pinky
by 21-2 and 21-06 while Chahat prevailed
over Bandna by 21-7 and 21-8.
second semis, GCW Parade sailed into
final of the tourney after thrashing GCW
Gandhi Nagar by 2-0. Both the singles
players of GCW Parade won their
respective matches single handedly
without facing any trouble from
opponents. Prabhjot beat Dhanvir Kour by
21-7 and 21-10 while Akanksha drubbed
Komal by 21-06 and 21-10.
matches were officiated by Vikram Jamwal,
Ravish Vaid, Amit, Rakesh, Saharia Bano,
Sumit and Arun under the supervision of
Romesh Magotra, Incharge Indoor game,
University of Jammu.
matches of both sections will be played
tomorrow at the same venue.
Distt Wrestling Asso organizes selection
JAMMU, Sept 8: The Jammu District
Wrestling Association today organised
one-day Wrestling Championship of Jammu
District and selection trials for men and
women to select the teams for Senior
National Wrestling Championship here at
Indoor Complex, Judo Hall, M A Stadium.
wrestlers in both men and women sections
took part in various categories in the
event, Satish Abrol, president of Jammu
District Wrestling Association was the
selected wrestlers would undergo training
in coaching camps from September 20 to
October 11, 2011 under the supervision of
Dheeraj Sharma, National Wrestling Coach,
before participation in Senior National
Wrestling Championship slated to be held
at Nanadani, Gonda, Uttar Pradesh.
kg weight category: Mohinder Singh (1st),
Ajay Bharti (2nd), Arif Khan and Romi
kg weight category: Sunny Bansotra (1st),
Bushan Mehra (2nd), Anaiyat Ali and
Balwinder Singh (3rd).
kg weight category: Gurdeep Singh (1st),
Sheetal Kumar (2nd) and Surinder Singh
kg weight category: Bahadur Khan (1st),
Younis Ali (2nd), Mohd Billa and Dilawar
kg weight category: Akram (1st), Abhishek
(2nd), Vishal and Mohd Sharief (3rd).
kg weight category: Mohd Asif (1st), Mohd
Sadiq (2nd), Rahul Gill and Nikhlesh
kg weight category: Diler Khan (1st),
Deepak Choudhary (2nd) and Abhilaksh
kg weight category: Sailinder Singh (1st)
and Mandeep Singh (2nd).
Sharma, Dheeraj Sharma, Sahil Sharma,
Amit Bargotra and Mohd Sadiq acted as
officials on the occasion.
Samba lock horns for summit clash in
Divisional Level Kabaddi
JAMMU, Sept 8: Jammu and Samba
districts sailed into final in the
ongoing Divisional Level Inter-District
Kabaddi Tournament for girls Under-19
years age group being organised by
Department of Youth Services and Sports
at Youth Hostel grounds, Nagrota.
semifinal matches here, both Jammu and
Samba registered thumping victories over
first semifinal, Jammu trounced Poonch in
the nail biting finish by three points.
Both the teams played exceptionally well
and gave equal fight but at the end of
the day, Jammu girls took benefit of
opponents weaknesses and edged to
victory by 18-15 points.
second semis, Samba team registered easy
victory against Udhampur by huge margin
of 16 points. The girls of Samba
didnt give any chance to Udhampur
team to take control on the game and
maintained pressure from very beginning.
Samba emerged as winner by 41-25 points
and advanced into final of the tourney.
Jammu beat Udhampur by 22-16 while Samba
outclassed Kishtwar by 20-05 points.
matches were officiated by Jeet Singh,
Tilak Raj Sharma, Ram Paul, Bua Ditta,
Anubhav, Sanjeet Khajuria, Surya Dev,
Gulbir Singh and Ashok Kumar. Seema Tikoo
and Rakesh Kumari acted as scorers.
tourney is being organised under the
supervision of S S Bali, Deputy Director
Youth Services and Sports, Jammu.
Public School Samba lifts
JAMMU, Sept 8: Army Public School,
Samba emerged as winner in the
Inter-School Football Tournament, which
concluded here in the School premises.
final, Army Public School, Samba trounced
Army Public School Kaluchak in the keenly
contested match. Both the teams fought
hard for the title trophy but at the end
of the day, the team of Army Public
School, Samba emerged as winner.
seven teams from various Army Public
Schools participated in the 3-day
valedictory function, Brig Santosh Kurup,
Cdr 168 Inf Bde and Chairman of Army
Public School, Samba, distributed the
trophies to winner and runner-up teams.
While speaking, Mr Santosh appreciated
the efforts of participating teams for
showing brilliant sportsmanship. He also
appreciated the efforts of host School
for organising the tournament and
providing platform to budding players. He
also encouraged the participating players
and advised them to take maximum benefits
of such tournaments.
Convent School organizes rally on
Girl Child Day
JAMMU, Sept 8: The Carmel Convent
School, Kunjwani today organised rally to
save the girl child and awared the common
masses on the occasion of Girl
was flagged off by Fr T Kuriakose and
Principal Sr Prescilla Lobo from school
premises in which about 700 girls of the
School took part. The students holding
placards and banners raised slogans for
saving the girl child marched through the
school campus and joined by J K Peace
Mission, Chief Education Officer,
Natharam Dingra and other Zonal Education
Officers on the roads of Kunjwani bypass.
parents were also part of the rally on
students also took an oath to live
beautiful life for God, for themselves
and for others and appealed the general
masses for the betterment of female sex
Prescilla Lobo congratulated the girls
for their courage and awaring the people
through this rally for the betterment of
the female sex ratio.
challenged teams participate in
SRINAGAR, Sept 8: In one of the
unique and first of its kind sports
events, physically challenged teams
participated in grand volleyball match
played in the Biscoe School lawns, here
was organized by State Sports Council in
association with Dumb and Physically
occasion, the Chief Secretary, Madhav Lal
was the chief guest and Additional DGP,
K. Rajendra, Director Information Farooq
Renzushah, Secretary Sports Kiran Wattal
were guest of honour and Principal Biscoe
School, Ashiq Bukhari and Prof Bashir
Ahmad and sports personalities were
present on the occasion.
Secretary complimented Sports Council for
organizing a match of physically
challenged sportspersons. He said that it
is matter of great honour that those
persons, who are being considered as
physically challenged people have shown
such a remarkable mettle in this match.
He said that he could observe the extra
ordinary enthusiasm of participating
disabled sports persons, which was far
ahead of any other normal player, who
usually participate in these games.
Secretary said that it is responsibility
of the entire society to encourage and
involve physically challenged persons in
different sports and extra-curricular
activities, which will enable them to
prove their talent in real sense.
DGP, Rajendra, in his address appreciated
the efforts of the Sports council to
organize the tournament for the
physically challenged children. He
assured all support and help from Police
Department in organizing such events.
address, Director Information Renzushah
underscored the need for bringing
mentally challenged children into the
main fold of the sports activities. He
suggested that such events should be held
regularly so that the disabled children
also get a chance to display their
talent. This, he said will also help to
chisel their talent and gain
self-confidence to succeed in life.
occasion, awards were given to the
College of Education holds orientation
JAMMU, Sept 8: The Extension unit
of MIER College of Education organised
2-day orientation programme to
commemorate World Literacy
Day for Class IV employees of the
Institution here today.
orientation programme, the Class IV
employees were trained in bank
transaction, daily purchase and buying of
articles. They were also trained how to
write an application, awared about
signboards and emergency help lines.
Koul, Rohnika Sharma, Komal Sharma and
Anu Sharma were the resource persons on
Gupta, Director, MIER Group of
Institutions, Dr Surinder Kaur,
Controller Examinations MIER, Dr Annie
Koul, Rajendra Praveen and Anu Sharma
were present during the valedictory
lifts T20 cricket tourney
SRINAGAR, Sept 8: GMCC emerged as
winners in the T-20 Cricket Tournament
organized by the 49 Battalion of Central
Reserve Police Force (CRPF) here at the
National Institute of Technology (NIT)
match of the tournament was played
between the GMCC and Syed Cricket Club
here today. GMCC defeated Syed Cricket
Club by 61 runs and lifted the title
trophy. Showkat Ahmad of GMCC was
declared man of the match while as Zubair
Ahmad of Syed Cricket Club was adjudged
as man of the series. Total eight teams
took part in the tourney.
Ravi Prakash Meharda was the chief guest
at the closing ceremony. He distributed
prizes among the winners, runners-up and
enterprising players of the tourney.
While speaking, he said that more such
tournaments would be organized by CRPF in
the areas falling in downtown Srinagar.
Singh, DIG (North and South) CRPF was
also present on the occasion while as
Shyam Sundar, Commandant, 49 battalion
CRPF, thanked people for their
overwhelming participation during the
tournament. NIT students and locals were
also present during the final match.
numbers of spectators witnessed final
}boost the morale of finalists.
Semis line-up drawn in
Deaf Basketball C'ship
SRINAGAR, Sep 8: Delhi, Maharashtra,
Puducherry and Kerala reached semi-finals
in the Sixth National Deaf Basketball
Championship which got underway at the
Tyndale Biscoe School here today.
quarterfinals in pool A, Delhi outplayed
Tamil Nadu by a margin of 66-6 while as
Maharashtra defeated Rajasthan by 49-42.
In the pool B, Puducherry thrashed Punjab
by a margin of 41-10 while Kerala emerged
as winner against host Jammu and Kashmir
by a margin of 21-14.
in the league matches in pool A, Delhi
defeated Arunachal Pradesh while
Rajasthan emerged winner against Uttar
Pradesh by 15-0. Maharashtra got the
better of Haryana by 12-10.
In pool B,
Punjab beat Andhra Pradesh by 28-11 while
Karnataka registered victory over Kerala
by 62-51. In the same pool, Jammu and
Kashmir defeated Madhya Pradesh by 40-6.
decisions were wrong 90 per cent of the
KARACHI, Sept 8: Former Pakistan
captain Javed Miandad has slammed the
PCB, claiming that 90 per cent of the
decisions taken by the board were
who is employed as the Director, Cricket
Affairs, in the PCB since 2008 on a
lucrative package said after closely
observing the working of the board, he
was convinced that majority of the
decisions taken by the officials were
closely watching the functioning of the
PCB, I am disappointed and feel that 90
per cent decisions taken by the board are
wrong and are spoiling the sport in the
country," Miandad told the 'Dawn'
not part of the PCB planning only because
I require power and freedom to work since
I have given 35 years to Pakistan cricket
and earned a good name," said
Miandad, Pakistan's highest Test
around the world regard my services as a
cricketer but the PCB doesn't want to
give me authority to improve Pakistan
cricket," said the 54-year-old
not the first time that Miandad has
publicly lashed out at the PCB working
under the chairmanship of Ijaz Butt, who
has been in power since October, 2008.
have not seen eye to eye on many issues
although recently Miandad worked as a
batting consultant with the national team
during their training camps at home but
declined to travel abroad with the squad.
largely kept Miandad on the sidelines and
the former captain has also faced
criticism for not playing his due role
and just enjoying the perks and benefits
of a lucrative package from the board.
who coached Pakistan team in the past,
has also not been happy with the national
selectors for repeatedly ignoring his
nephew Faisal Iqbal despite his good
performances in domestic cricket.
month, Iqbal had lashed out at the PCB
for ignoring him in the new central
contracts offered to 23 players, saying
that he was left out for being Miandad's
veteran cricketer said he has already
brought the affairs of the board to the
notice of chief patron, President Asif
will soon meet him again to apprise him
of the poor condition of cricket in
Pakistan. I will request him to either
take necessary steps to improve cricket
matters or allow me to leave the PCB
voluntarily," said Miandad, who
featured in 124 Tests and 233 One-day
Internationals for Pakistan.
said the PCB had even ignored the
directives of President Zardari on
PCB did not even follow the instructions
of President Zardari which he had given
to the board last time on my
suggestions," he added.
had also ignored Miandad while forming
the special committee to shortlist and
recommend the new coach of the national
team after the resignation of Waqar
Younis while including some other former
players including Zaheer Abbas and Rameez
Raja on the committee.
latest cold shoulder treatment has upset
Miandad a lot which is why he has again
criticised Butt and his policies," a
source in the board said. (PTI)