Ameesha Patel attends the grand finale of a cricket league match
Amidst a colouful display of fireworks at the Queens Necklace (Marine Drive), the sound of crackers and mesmerising musical notes, the second season of the Bhinmal Premier League Cricket came to an end
Amidst a colouful display of fireworks at the Queens Necklace (Marine Drive), the sound of crackers and mesmerising musical notes, the second season of the Bhinmal Premier League Cricket came to an end.
Winners of the Bhinmal Premier League Cricket flaunting the Nahar and Kothari cup
RSBL King's Eleven were adjudged the clear winners. Following the final match, the founder of Premier League, Sukhraj Nahar and chairman, Prithviraj Kothari presented the 'Nahar and Kothari Cup' to the winning Team, RSBL King's Eleven. This was done in the presence of over a packed audience of 5,000 people including celebrities like actress Ameesha Patel, actor Pankaj Dheer and Ex-Chief Secretary Johny Joseph.
Actors Pankaj Dheer and Ameesha Patel attended the event
Defeating Bohra Royals by 59 runs, the RSBL King's Eleven registered its victory in the final match of Bhinmal Premier League which was organised in the Police Gymkhana at Marine Drive. In this tournament, Vipul Mehta was declared as Man of the Match as well as Man of the Series.
While Mahipal Seth was adjudged as Best Bowler, Dikshit Bafna as Best Fielder and Lalit Jain as Best Batsman. During the closing ceremony, trustees of Bhinmal Welfare Association who were present included Sukhraj Nahar, Prithviraj Kothari, Rajmal Vanigota, Ghevarchand Jain, Jayanti Bafna, Thanchand Seth, Ajay Nahar, Dinesh Salecha, Mangilal Ranka, Ramesh Nahar among other.
Motilal Oswal, Rakesh Mehta, Manohar Kahungo, Prithviraj Seth, Bhanwarlal Kothari were the guests of honour. The tournament was successful in getting the young generation to come together as was evident from the first match between Nahar Shakti and RSBL King's eleven.
Organised by Bhinmal Welfare Association, the tournament had participant teams that included RSBL King's Eleven, Nahar Shakti, Bohra Royals, Sanghvi Oswal, Rayon The King's Eleven, Sumer Superstars, Sound Slammers and Seth Stallions.
It was a wonderful sight to see thousands of people staying up late in the night at the Police Gymkhana during the final match as well as the closing ceremony. Founder Sukhraj Nahar and Chairman Prithviraj Kothari thanked everyone for their contribution towards the success of the tournament.