SRINAGAR- The Kashmir Division Carrom Tournament 2023 concluded on Wednesday with a medal distribution ceremony at Gindun Sports Stadium here.
Rauf Tramboo, Former member J&K Sports Council, distributed the prizes among winners and runner ups, while Mohammad Iqbal, Manager Gindun Sports Stadium, Adil Rashid Shah, President J&K Carrom Association, Arif Sultan Vice President/Organising Secretary of the tournament, Mudasir Khan General Secretary, Dawar Rashid, Assistant Secretary, and other members of the association were also present during the closing ceremony of the event.
The tournament was organised by Jammu & Kashmir Carrom Association and District Srinagar Carrom Association in collaboration with Jammu & Kashmir Sports Council.
Around 120 players from Kashmir participated in the tournament, which was played under the International Carrom Federation rules in four categories: Senior, Junior, Sub Junior and Cadet in both boys & girls, Men & Women sections.
“We have selected eight players from each category of this event. The top four players of this tournament will represent J&K at the 28th All India Federation Cup Carrom Tournament 2023-24 from 10.12.2023 to 13.12.2023 at Andhra Pradesh. The Jammu & Kashmir Sports Council will screen and select the team as per the norms,” the association said in a statement.
The results are as follows:
CADET BOYS SECTION:
1st Place: Aman Farooq 2nd Place: Mohammad Fareed 3rd Place: Musa Khan
SUB JUNIOR BOYS SECTION:
1st Place: Aiyan Shalla 2nd Place: Ahmad Bin Tariq 3rd Place: Sharanjeet Singh
SUB JUNIOR GIRLS SECTION:
1st Place: Aisha Shawkat 2nd Place: Ahmad Bin Tariq 3rd Place: Syed Khatan Qureshi
JUNIOR BOYS SECTION:
1st Place: Zaid Bin Ajaz 2nd Place: Saleem Jan 3rd Place: Aiyan Tariq
JUNIOR GIRLS SECTION:
1st Place : Sabreena Shabir 2nd Place: Tanzeela Zakir 3rd Place: Azra Jan
SENIOR MEN SECTION:
1st Place : Arsalan Mehraj 2nd Place: Shahid Ahmad 3rd Place: Ajaz Maqsood
SENIOR WOMEN SECTION:
1st Place : Asra Shafi 2nd Place: Zainab Ajaz 3rd Place: Anzalna Rafiq
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