Bank of India sports week begins on February 11
BANK OF India sports week organised by Bank of India zonal welfare and sports committee for all the employees will begin from February 11-18.india Updated: Feb 10, 2007 00:00 IST
BANK OF India sports week organised by Bank of India zonal welfare and sports committee for all the employees will begin from February 11-18.
Bank’s zonal manager R C Khurana said that on the eve of sports week for Indore Zone employees, the bank is organising table tennis, carom, chess and athletics events.
The indoor games will be held at BSNL recreation hall and athletics will be held at Mallharashram grounds on February 16. Zonal manager R C Khurana will inaugurate the sports week on February 11 at 9.30 am. Assistant general manager B M Bhadarkar and chief manager J K Bhargav will preside over the function.
On February 18, good will cricket match will be played between officer’s XI and Employees XI at Christian College grounds at 9 am.
MPSEB inter-office cricket tournament
MPSEB INTER-OFFICE cricket tournament for V W V Oak memorial trophy organised by office of the chief engineer MPSEB (Indore) will begin from the second week of February.
Sports committee president and chief engineer R K Pal and secretary P D Tripathi said that matches will be played on knock out basis and it would be 35- 35 overs matches. The semifinal and final matches will be played for 40-40 overs. They further said that the tournament is open for government and semi-government department. Interested teams may contact Subhash Satalkar, Milind Kathre or Pramod Jagtap.
Double wicket cricket tournament
INDORE BAR Association is organising two-day ‘Advocate Double Wicket Cricket’ tournament at Gymkhana grounds from February 16-17.
Indore Bar Association cricket players are taking part in the tournament and 32 teams have confirmed their participation in the double wicket tournament.
The MP team will be selected to take part in the All India Advocate double wicket tournament to be held in the month of November-December.
First Published: Feb 10, 2007 00:00 IST