Noon Young Masters Cricket Cup Tournament

Lord Noon’s Legacy Continues – 2nd Noon Young Masters Cricket Cup Tournament

December 28, 2018

Championship Day- December 28, 2018 

The four day long, 2nd Noon Young Masters Cricket Cup Tournament, where 16 schools participated ended with the ‘Championship Match played between, Seth Anandi Lal Podhar Higher Senior Secondary School, Bhawani Mandi and Kamla Saklecha School, Bhanpura’. Kamla Saklecha school scored 98 Runs in 10 over batting first. In this nail biting match, Seth Anandi Lal Podhar scored the runs to 2 balls to spare. Master Kanu from Seth Anandi Lal Podhar School was awarded man of the match.

Man of the series was awarded to Mr Akash from Seth Anandi Lal Podhar School. Best Batsman, best bowler and best wicket keeper for the tournament was awarded to Master Aditya, Master Nilesh and Master Vishal respectively from Kamla Saklecha School, Bhanpura.

The winning team was awarded with a cash prize of Rs 11,000/= and a trophy while runners up was awarded with Rs 5000/= and a trophy. The man of the series, best batsman, bowler and wicket keeper were awarded with signed trophies of players from the Indian National Cricket Team like Mr Sachin Tendulkar, Mr Virat Kohli, Mr Rohit Sharma, Mr Bhubaneshwar Kumar and Mr Hardik Pandya.

Before the championship match an exhibition match was also played between the Noon Hospital staff including doctors and police administration of Bhawani Mandi. Finally at the presentation ceremony, Ms Zeenat Noon Harnal again announced that on the Birthday of Lord Noon, i.e. 24 January 2019, NOON CRICKET ACADEMY would be launched at Bhawani Mandi.

Inauguration Day-December 25, 2018

In memory of Lord Noon and his passion for cricket, inauguration of Noon Young Masters Cricket Cup was organized at Mela Ground, Bhawani Mandi. The presently elected MLA (Dug) Mr. Kaluram Meghwal, Mrs. Pinki Gurjar, Chairman (Bhawani Mandi), Mr Man Singh Chouhan, Member of Indian Railway Improvement Committee along with other dignitaries from Bhawani Mandi were present for this ceremony. Sixteen schools from the Jhalawar District will compete in the four day cricket tournament starting today.

Ms. Zeenat Noon Harnal, Managing Trustee, Noon Hospital addressed the august gathering and announced that on 24 January 2019, on the birthday of Lord Noon, “NOON CRICKET ACADEMY” would be inaugurated at Bhawani Mandi for the aspiring cricketers. She reiterated that the cricket academy will nurture young talents from the town so that they can get opportunity to play in higher platforms.

Lord Noon’s Legacy Continues – 1st Noon Young Masters Cricket Cup Tournament

January 19, 2017

Lord Noon’s Passion for cricket came to reality at his Birth Soil, when a cricket tournament “NOON YOUNG MASTERS CRICKET CUP”- 2017 was organized by Noon Hospital at Mela Ground, Bhawani Mandi from Jan 19, 2016 to Jan 22, 2016.

Mr. Pratap Jhala working as Public Relation officer single handedly organized this tournament where 10 leading schools of the district participated.

This tournament was one of its kinds in the district of Jhalawar. The final of this tournament was played on January 22, 2016 between Poddar School, Bhawani Mandi and Kamla Saklecha School, Bhanpura. The 15 over match was over by a winning note from Poddar School, Bhawani Mandi. The school was given a cash prize of Rs 11,000/= (eleven thousand) along with winning trophies. The runner up was given a cash prize of Rs 5000/= (Five thousand) along with runner up trophies. Man of the series was Ajay Sarsia from Poddar School, Bhawani Mandi, who scored the only century for the tournament. All the players of the school were given certificate of appreciation, uniform and the winner was given a track suit.

Before the start of the final match there was a exhibition match between the district administration staff of Bhawani Mandi versus Trustee and Doctors of Noon Hospital.

This tournament was played under the gracious presence of Ms. Zeenat Noon Harnal, Managing Trustee. All the dignitaries of the district were also present.

Ms. Zeenat Noon Harnal, Managing Trustee of Zeen-Zar Charitable Foundation Trust promised that the legacy will continue and this tournament will be an annual event from Noon Hospital.

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