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MSSA rewards budding young cricketers at ceremony

The Mumbai School Sports Association hosted its cricket awards ceremony for kids across various age groups at Azad Maidan yesterday. Mumbai District Football Association chief Digambar Kandarkar was chief guest.

Rizvi Springfield players with the host of awards they won during MSSA’s annual prize distribution ceremony at Azad Maidan in Mumbai yesterday. pics/Atul Kamble
Rizvi Springfield players with the host of awards they won during MSSA’s annual prize distribution ceremony at Azad Maidan in Mumbai yesterday. Pics/Atul Kamble

Among other awards, Rizvi Springfield batsman Prithvi Shaw received a special replica of the Doosabhoy P Paul Trophy for scoring 546 runs in the 2013-14 season — a world record that year. the trophy however was damaged and MSSA justified that it may have happend while getting it to the ground.

The damaged trophy awarded to Rizvi Springfield's Prithvi Shaw
The damaged trophy awarded to Rizvi Springfield's Prithvi Shaw

Trophies were also given to budding cricketers in the Giles and Harris Shield tournaments that were both won by Rizvi Springfield.

In the Harris Shield, Rizvi's Shoaib Siddique was adjudged Best Player of the Tournament and presented the Ravi Ramkishore Sanwalka Shield. In the Giles Shield, Rizvi's Shreyas Mandlik was awarded the UA Kudroli Trophy for Best Batsman in Giles, while Al-Barkaat MMI's Saud Masuri was named Best Bowler.

Champions

Harris Shield U-16 winners:
>> Rizvi Springfield (Bandra)
>> KB Marzaban Cup (Runners-up): Al-Barkaat MMI (Kurla)
>> Doosabhoy P Paul Trophy: Ahmed Mohtab (Anjuman-I-Islam, Urdu)
>> Ravi Ramkishore Sanwalka Shield (Best player)-Shoaib Siddique (Rizvi)
>> Player of the tournament: Shoaib Siddique (Rizvi)

Giles Shield winners:
>> Rizvi Springfield (Bandra)
>> KB Marzaban Cup (Runners-up): Al-Barkaat MMI (Kurla)
>> UA Kudroli Trophy for best batsman: Shreyas Mandlik (Rizvi)
>> Nakul Rege Trophy for best bowler: Saud Masuri (Al-Barkaat MMI (Kurla)

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