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Sayma Sky clinch Nawras beach football pennant
Times News Service
February 11, 2013 , 10 : 24 pm GST
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Sayma Sky team pose with the trophy and cheque after winning the Nawras beach footbal tournament. Photo – Supplied photo
After two days of intense competition and great sportsmanship, the second Nawras Beach Football tournament came to a close, with Sayma Sky emerging victorious.
Nawras CEO Ross Cormack congratulated the winners and presented them with the trophy and cheque.
Anwar Salim Al Habsi, Nawras Events & Sponsorship Specialist, said: "This has been an incredible tournament, full of great goals and spectacular skills. The thrilling final was a fitting way to complete the event. Our congratulations go to the winners and every player who has taken part.
They all deserve great credit for making this a fantastic and memorable occasion."
Speaking after his team's victory, team captain Shaikhan Al Aghbari said: "The tournament has been an amazing experience, and we are really happy to win the grand prize. Football is our passion; we play whenever we can, and Nawras has given us an opportunity to test ourselves against others who share our love for the game. We would like to thank Nawras for organising this great event."
After the fiercely contested final, team Al Jissar were named runners up, with Al Hilal finishing third. Fayadh Al Salmi won the top scorer award. The event drew hundreds of spectators, who enjoyed all the action.
Football is the number one sport in Oman, and Nawras, a Qtel Group company, is a keen supporter that sponsors the Oman National Team. Nawras is proud to count Oman's national-team goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi as one of its Brand Ambassadors and part of the Nawras family.
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