Nahars Play Cricket, Tennis

Published: 11th May 2015 06:03 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th May 2015 06:03 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI: A tennis and cricket tournament was held among the 425 Rajasthani Jain families from the State with the surname Nahar, at Don Bosco school, on May 10. The team owners were Unicam systems X1 and Uttam diamonds X1. Manak Chand Nahar, president of the Association, said that sports was always the best way to increase fellowship.

Tansukh Nahar, secretary, thanked the sports chairmen, Ajay Nahar and Hansraj Nahar, team owners, players and the organisers for their support. Express  was the media partner for the tournament.

Subash and Sugan Nahar  were the volunteer umpires, Mitesh and Praveen were the captains and Rajesh Ranka was the neutral match referee for the match, in which around 45 players participated. Uttam Diamonds XI won both the matches against Unicam systems X1. Arihant Nahar won the Man of the Match Award for the first match and Yogesh Nahar won the Man of the Match Award for the second match.

The award for the Best Batsman was  given to Gourav Nahar, Best Bowler to Bharat Nahar and Best Fielder to Dhruv Nahar. Phool Chand Nahar, vice-president, and Parasmal Nahar gave away the prizes. 

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