STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Team Blue defeated Team Green by 30 runs in the summit clash and won Super Sixes Cricket Tournament organised by J&K Branch of the NIRC of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India for Chartered Accountants and CA students on Monday at Green Fields Ground, Gandhi Nagar, here. In the final played today, Team Blue, batting first after winning the toss, set a target of 90 runs. In reply, Team Green could score only 60 runs. A total of eight teams participated in the tournament consisting of Chartered Accountants and CA Students. Earlier in the semifinal matches, Team Blue defeated Team Orange and Team Green outplayed Team Red. In league matches, Team Red headed by CA Ram Krishan defeated Team Grey headed by CA Akhileshwar Slathia; Team Orange, headed by CA Amit Gupta beat Team Black headed by CA Lalit K Gupta; Team Blue headed by CA Jatin Malhotra trounced Team Yellow headed by CA Nakul Saraf and Team Green headed by CA Shalay Razdan blanked Team Purple headed by CA Akshay Jandyal. In the closing ceremony, S.K Sharma, Additional Commissioner of Income Tax was the Chief Guest who gave away the trophy to the winning Captain CA Jatin Malhotra. Other trophies were also distributed by him and Chairman of the Branch CA Ajay Kumar Gupta. Best Batsman of the tournament award was given to CA Chetan Sharma and Best Bowler to Udhay Manhas. Madhav, Archit, Udhay, CA Shalay Razdan, CA Arun Sharma, CA Sahil Pandita and CA Nitish Kumar were presented the Man of the Match awards for various matches of the tournament. The tournament was officiated by the technical panel comprising CA Dharmveer Chopra, CA Ashwani Khajuria, CA. Sourav Mehta and CA Parveen Dogra. Secretary of the Branch CA Anish Abrol conducted the proceedings of valedictory function along with Treasurer of the Branch, CA Jatinder Jaswal.
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