KOHIMA, FEBRUARY 6: Twelve teams have qualified for second round in the ongoing 1st Super Six Cricket tournament on the theme, “Pursue Oneness”.
The two-day tournament kicked off today at Ruzukhrie High School Ground, Kohima.
Ato Puro, PS to Advisor, Urban and Municipal affairs, Government of Nagaland spoke on the scope of cricket in the state and to pursue cricket as a profession. Puro also emphasised on riving the game in the state and encouraged the youths to take up sports seriously. He also had a small interaction with the Kohima Orphanage Destitute Home teams which had three teams in total and encouraged them to exemplify in the game.
Host of the event Anato Sema, Convener Organising Committee during the inaugural session informed that a total of 31 teams have earlier registered for participating in the event. There will be a lottery for losing teams and the winner of the lottery will face the team at by.
He also informed that apart from prize money for champion and runners up team, there are individual prizes for highest runs scorer, highest wicket taker, best fielder.
Earlier, the oath was commended by Keneingulie Kiso, Member, The Adjustment Bureau and vote of thanks was given by Kevichütuo Yhoshü, President, The Adjustment Bureau.
The event is organized by Yepthomi brothers and The Adjustment Bureau.
Match Day 2: March 7:
1st match– Dynamic sixers vs NV press.
2nd match– Kohima veteran cricket club vs 15BRTF.
3rd Match– The ripples vs Chandmari boys.
(Page News Service)