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Dabangg retains title
Times News Service
January 22, 2013 , 8 : 51 am
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Smiling faces: Defending champions Team Dabangg pose with their trophies.Supplied photo
The Urdu Wing of Indian Social Club held its annual one day Family Bowling Event for its members and their families. Each team consisted of five players which included a lady and a child below the age of 14. During the course of the game the scores for the lady and child will be doubled. Defending champions Team 'Dabangg' consisting of team members Dr Sara Khorakiwala, Kakul Agha, Yousuf Agha, Minakshi and led by Pushkin Agha won the championship with a score of 727. Team 'Kasmanis' Shoab Kasmani, Asif Kasmani, Rubina Kasmani, Shahin Kasmani and Amal Kasmani making up team 'Kasmanis' came in a closesecond and were declared runners-up with a score of 721.
The 'Strikers' headed by Waheed Sattikar with Arman Sattikar, Simmi Sattikar, Fauzia Usmani and Yash took the second runners-up place with a tally of 709. The best part of the tournament was that all teams had very interesting names like, Bihar Kola, Dabangg, Super Five, Fire, Super Striker, Satikers, Kasmanis, Right Hand Left, Five Muscateers, Anam, Players, Kaif, Kichdi-Khatta-Kheema (KKK), and Five Warriors.
Chief Guest Murtaza Jariwala from Vanguard LLC hande over the trophies to the winners and runners-up. The best lady player award was bagged by Ms Sania Zameel of Super Strikers with the score of 101. The male player award was bagged by Imran Khan of team 'Fire' with the score of 147. The Best Child players were Yash of 'Strikers' and Ateeb of 'Bihar Kola' team with the score of 99.
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