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Rubberised badminton courts at Indian Social Club Salalah
Times News Service
June 10, 2014 , 10 : 12 pm GST
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ISC chief Manpreet Singh and chief guest Awadh Mohammed Rajab Ba Makhalaf, Manager of Commercial Department at Ministry of Commerce and Industry inaugurating the badminton courts. Photo - Supplied
The Indian Social Club (ISC), Salalah, inagurated two rubber-floored badminton courts premises at the club's His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Multipurpose Hall.
The courts were officially inaugurated by ISC chief Manpreet Singh and chief guest Awadh Mohammed Rajab Ba Makhalaf, Manager of Commercial Department at Ministry of Commerce and Industry.
In his comments, Manpreet Singh said that the promise that was made to the athletes was kept and the management committee is doing its best to provide top class facilities to its members as well as the players.
He also said that now the upkeep of this shuttle court is the responsibility of the players. Both young and adult players can now play the game comfortably without the fear of being injured. "The rubberised badminton court is one of its kind in Oman. And perhaps one of the best in Oman," he said.
He thanked the sports secretaries and all those associated in realising this dream.
ISC Sports Secretary Sunny Jacob also spoke on the occasion.
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