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Indian Army, Aseem foundation collaborated to organize women's cricket tournament in Anantnag

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Indian Army, Aseem foundation collaborated to organize women's cricket tournament in Anantnag

Indian Army, Aseem foundation collaborated to organize women's cricket tournament in Anantnag

Indian Army 19 RR in collaboration with Pune based NGO, Aseem foundation organised a women's cricket tournament in Jammu and Kashmir's Anantnag district.

4 women cricket teams participated from Anantnag and Kulgam districts in the tournament held at Sports Stadium Dooru Shahabad.

Female cricketers hailed the initiative and urged the parents to support their children in pursuing their career in sports.

Female Ranji Trophy player Rubiya Syed said that it is a happy moment for girls that Indian Army has organized this tournament.

Rubiya said, "The matches that are taking place here are being conducted by the Army.

The intension behind is that if any girl is coming out through these camps then will get a chance to go to Pune and be a part of academies.

So, it's a matter of happiness for us." Aseem Foundation president, Pune Sarang Gosavi said that the foundation will provide sponsorship for education and sports of the selected candidates.


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