J&K’s Ayush Singh To Represent India In Asia Cup Softball C’ship

SRINAGAR- Ayush Singh, a Softball player from J&K has been selected to represent India in Asia Cup (Men’s) Softball Championship scheduled to held at Kochi, Japan from September 3 to 6, 2022.

Ayush Singh, from Village Birpur, Samba, qualified to represent the country in the International Softball championship after a rigorous selection camp.

The selection of the player was done by the Selection Committee of Softball Association of India and on the basis of his outstanding performance in the Senior National Softball Championship held at Baratpur, Rajasthan.

Earlier Ayush was in India camp which was conducted by Softball Association of India in different states/UT’s like Nagpur Maharashta, Anantpur A.P, Puducherry, Bhundi Rajasthan, Aurangabad Maharashtra and presently he is in New Delhi for National camp till 27th August, 2022.

Secretary J&K Sports Council, Nuzhat Gul, congratulated Ayush Singh and presented Appreciation Award for selection in Indian National Softball team at Jammu on last Saturday. She also assured the selected International Softball player that every possible support.

Waseem Raja Khan General Secretary J&K Softball Association also congratulated Ayush Singh via telephone for his selection in Indian team and he also said there is key role of Chaman Lal Bhat Ex-General Secretary of the Association.

Facilitation ceremony for Ayush Singh, coaches/Instructors of the selected player and other senior outstanding Softball players will be arranged on returning of selected player, said Khan.

Abdul Rahman Shigan President J&K Softball Association also sent his best wishes to the selected player of Jammu & Kashmir. He also requested Softball players to use their careers in this potential sport which is presently been played in 134 countries around the world.

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