Bengaluru: Konkan Coastal Cup to be held on Mar 26

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Bengaluru, Mar 23: 'Cricket brings people together'. In this view Konkan Sports Club, Bengaluru is all set to host a 40 yards seven-a-side men's over arm cricket tournament in Bengaluru on March 26, at Suryodaya Ground, Sarjapur Road. The motto of this tournament is to bring together Konkani speaking Catholics who are spread across Bengaluru. These players hail from coastal areas ranging from Goa, Mangaluru, Udupi, Kundapura and from the Malnad region. Most of them are living in the city to earn their livelihood. The motto of this tournament is to take a break from their hectic work life and create a relaxing environment.

There will be 14 teams taking part in this tournament. There will be two pools and best four will advance to the semifinals followed by a finale. Fr Dominic Bhardwaj, director of Suryodaya Boys Centre will bless the event. This tournament is well supported by sponsors like Christian Seva Sangh (R), eminent leaders of Federation of Konkani Catholic Association (FKCA Global) and many other well wishers of Bengaluru and Mangaluru.

In the past Konkan Sports Club has done such tournaments for men and women. There will be a Karaoke challenge as well during this tournament.

This tournament is coordinated by Rayan Miranda, Neermarga and Roshan D'souza, Moodubelle along with enthusiastic committee members.

All are invited to be part of this event.


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