Middle East

Qatar: Annual MCC Ladies Open Throwball Tourney to be Held on Nov 8, 9

Media Release

Qatar, Nov 6: The 11th annual Mangalore Cricket Club (MCC) ladies open throwball tournament will be held on November 8, 9 at the old Ideal Indian School Grounds, near Midmac Flyover, Salwa Road.
This year seven teams, namely, Tulu Koota, Karnataka Sangha, Konkan Stars, Al Maha Club, Karavali, host teams MCC and MCC Colts will be vying for the prestigious MCC Trophy.

League matches will be played on Thursday November 8 starting at 6 pm and will be continue on Friday morning November 9 at 7 am. Semifinal matches will start in the afternoon session at 4 pm. This will be followed by official stage function around 6.30 pm and then the exciting final match will be played followed by the prize distribution ceremony.

Ladies throwball tournament has not only provided an avenue for ladies to exhibit their sporting skills but also it has also been an opportunity for the spectators to join in the fun and spirit of the game. MCC invites all sports lovers in Qatar to attend in large numbers and enjoy the exciting matches and cheer the teams.

The following persons can be contacted for more details: President Sunil D'Silva -55101360, vice president Ronald Saldanha -55860965, sports secretary John Britto- 55878329.

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  • Della Rego, Mangalore, Qatar

    Wed, Nov 7 2012

    Well done MCC and keep going. Wishing all the best to all the teams.

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  • Chaitra, Udupi/Dubai

    Tue, Nov 6 2012

    Good move by MCC, really its a show time to show their sport tallent for ladies who residents specially in Gulf region.... & im sure Tulukoota Qatar vl be the Champions..

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