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JAMMU: Inspector General of Police, Jammu, Dr. S.D Singh on Tuesday felicitated the J&K team for winning maiden Physically Handicapped Cricket Tri-Series defeating Himachal Pradesh in the final.
The tournament was organised by Himachal Pradesh Physically Handicapped Association under the aegis of Physically Handicapped Cricket Association of India, at Mandi. The J&K team includes Syed Shah Aziz (Captain), Amir Rather, Nadeem Bhat, Vaishu Dev, Jagmohan Singh, Rahul Sharma, Rajesh Sharma, Rinku Sharma, Vivek, Deepak and Firdous Ahmad.
IGP greeted all the players for their big win in the national tournament for the first time. He advised them to work more hard and try to get birth in national team and bring laurels to the State. He also assured them for all support from the Police Department for conducting of cricket events in order to sharpen their cricketing skills in near future and wished them best of luck for their bright future. During interaction, the Manager Sham Singh and players thanked the IGP for supporting the J&K team regularly for sponsoring their national tours and for organising national tournament at Jammu for the exposure. They also requested IGP Jammu to organise national tournament for them at Jammu in near future. Earlier, Rajesh Gill, former Ranji player and Incharge of the Jammu and Kashmir Physically Handicapped Cricket team, apprised the IGP that four players from J&K have been selected for the national camp which shall be held in the month of August, 2018.
Others present on the occasion Rajesh Sharma SSP, Atul Sharma Additional SP PCR Jammu, Rajesh Gill Chief Prosecuting Officer SHRC Jammu and Sham Singh Manager J&K PHC team.
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