|Warid Tape-Ball Championship 2012 concludes|
28 August 2012
Lahore: Keeping the festivity alive throughout Ramadan, Warid continues the tradition of hosting the most popular tape ball cricket tournaments in the country. Becoming the most engaging activity of the season 104 most competitive teams from eight cities played in these tournaments with participation of 1,144 players.
With overwhelming response received by general public over 30,000 people watched the live performance and enjoyed the thrilling matches with action packed finals.
After sturdy competition, eight best teams emerged as Champions; ‘Shair-e- Punjab’ from Faisalabad won the tournament, from Lahore ‘Shakeel Eleven’, from Multan ‘Bloch Eleven’, from Gujranwala ‘Tiger Eleven’, from Sukkur ‘Friends Eleven’, from Rawalpindi ‘Allah Ho Eleven’, from Hyderabad ‘Faiz Sports’ and from Peshawar ‘Dora Road Eleven’ won the tournament.
With participation certificates given to all the players, all winning teams received cash prizes of Rs. 35,000 while runner-up teams received cash prizes of Rs. 15,000 and there were prizes distributed amongst audience as well through lucky draw.
These magnificent tournaments hosted by Warid not only kept the festivity alive throughout Ramadan but also brought an opportunity to the street players to come forward, perform and prove their talents.
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