Peace Cricket Mela con­cludes in FR Tank

Pakistan Observer - - SPORTS -

PE­SHAWAR—The colour­ful peace Cricket Mela con­cluded at vil­lage Kari Dabak, FR Tank with 30 dif­fer­ent teams from the vil­lages hail­ing from Dera Is­mail Khan, Tank and FR Tank in a month long event.

There were matches of sixover-each with teams com­pris­ing FR Tank, Tank, and Dera Is­mail Khan in­clud­ing Jan­dola, Kari Wam, Ko­mal, Buzi and Soobati. The fi­nal of the tour­na­ment played be­tween Mu­nir club Kari Wam and Buzi Tank.

Bat­ting first Mu­nir Club Kari Wam scored 97 runs in the al­lot­ted six overs while in re­ply Buzi club of Tank were bowled out for just 30 runs, thanks to promis­ing bowler Mu­nir Be­tani who grabbed four wick­ets in his two overs spell, two on the con­sec­u­tive balls in the sec­ond over.

In his ad­dress the or­ga­nizer Adam Khan said that the aim and ob­jec­tive of the event is to give a mes­sage of peace to the rest of the world.

He said the peo­ple of Tank, FR Tank and other vil­lages like Jan­dola, Kari Wam, Go­mal, Su­bati and Kach were peace­ful. The ar­eas is full of tal­ented youth.

He said now with the grace of the Almighty and great sac­ri­fices be­ing ren­dered by the jawans of the se­cu­rity forces, peace has been re­stored to all th­ese ar­eas which can clearly iden­ti­fied from the hold­ing of such a big crick­et­ing Mela.

He also thanked Pres­i­dent Jan­dola Press Club FR Tank Ayub Be­tani and Tata Union Coun­cil Naim Nazim Gul Behram Be­tani for ex­tend­ing all out sup­port to the or­ga­niz­ing com­mit­tee.—APP

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