Wonder Cement Saath:7 Cricket Mahotsav captivating hearts in Rajasthan
The state of Rajasthan has embraced the Wonder Cement #Saath7 Cricket Mahotsav, with great participation and performances.
Udaipur, 4th January 2016: Wonder Cement #Saath7 Cricket Mahotsav, one of India’s largest consumer engagement initiatives, is ruling peoples’ hearts. After matches were played in 33 districts, now matches will be played at zonal level where 33 teams will be fighting to get to the finals of the tournament.
Abhishek Soni, whose team Seven Stars were part of the matches being played in Kushalgarh, part of district Banswara, was the 1st century-maker of Wonder Cement #Saath7 Cricket Mahotsav, scoring 104 in 30 balls as he helped his team reach a total of 137. In Tehsil – Ladnu, District - Nagaur, Royal Star scored the highest total seen so far, 155.
From Udaipur district, Pradhan Cricket Club won the district level match held over the weekend and will now battle in the zonal level matches to be held on 10th January 2016. Captain Kuber Singh Chawda and his team originally hail from Vallabhnagar.
The tournament has seen tremendous participation, with players coming from all walks of society and all age groups. The number of women playing in the tournament is very encouraging and goes to show the effect it has had.
On this occasion Mr. Vivek Patni, Director, Wonder Cement said, “This year started on a very exciting note for us. Every single match is creating a wonder in its way. More than winning and losing, Wonder Cement #Saath7 Cricket Mahotsav is bringing unity and I am glad to say that entire Rajasthan is celebrating it as a festival.”
Wonder Cement #Saath7 Cricket Mahotsav which began in the last week of December 2015 will now witness 33 district teams converging at 6 zones around Rajasthan to identify the 6 zonal teams. These 6 teams will later meet in Udaipur for the playoffs to identify the Wonder Cement #Saath7 Cricket Mahotsav Champion of Rajasthan. The finale of the tournament is scheduled to be held on the 17th of January 2016.
A total of Rs. 14000 in prize money has been awarded to each of the 33 winning district teams.