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Inaugural Edition of Dudhnoi Champions Trophy Ended

  by NEWSNER , 2021-02-14 22:32:59

Inaugural Edition of Dudhnoi Champions Trophy Ended

The first edition of the Dudhnoi Champions Trophy, held at the Udaipur playground within the town of Dudhnoi in Goalpara, Assam concluded today with Club 4ty being crowned the winners.


The cricket championship, which began on January 5 this year, saw teams from both the states of Assam and Meghalaya vie for the prize of Rs 35,000 that was up for grabs.


The runners up, New Dudhnoi Cricket Club (NDCC) took home Rs 25,000.

The tournament was held during a knockout format and arranged by Club 4ty at the Udaipur playground.


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24 teams, with 7 being from Meghalaya, took part in the tournament.




The final match today was witnessed by the CEM of the RHAC, Tankeswar Rabha, president, Rama Kanta Rabha, Games and Sports EM, Aditya Rabha, besides many top leaders of the ASU.


The final saw NDCC winning the toss and deciding to chase as they need been the chasing team within the tournament, winning close matches against two of the tournament favorites – Young Blue of Dudhnoi and Evergreen Club of Goalpara.


Club 4ty had a rather easy ride to the finals, outclassing all opponents on their route to the finals.


Upananda Nath, who is additionally the captain of NDCC was adjudged the player of the tournament for his 102 runs and eight wickets, while the simplest innings visited NDCC’s Bhrigu Deka who single-handedly won his team the match against tournament favorites – Evergreen Goalpara through his 68 of 29 balls after getting into at number 10.


“We are extremely happy for the support the tournament has received locally and in Meghalaya. Hopefully, next year are going to be a much bigger draw and a much bigger prize,” said one among the organizers, Dilip Dutta.


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