First edition of News State Chhattisgarh Cricket League concludes successfully

First edition of News State Chhattisgarh Cricket League concludes successfully

The winning team S A Rubber Industry was felicitated by state home minister Tamradhwaj Sahu.

News Nation Network

RAIPUR: News Nation Network’s News State Madhya Pradesh Chhattisgarh recently introduced the first edition of News State Chhattisgarh Cricket League in Raipur, Chhattisgarh.

Cricket in India is not just a game, it is a phenomenal experience, it is an emotion, and it is a cherished memory. Its popularity knows no bounds; in fact, for many it is not just a sport but a religion. It would not be wrong to say that cricket is something that unites the nation. Indians don’t just watch and enjoy a cricket game; they immerse themselves in it.

News State Chhattisgarh Cricket League commenced on 5 March and culminated on 18 March 2021. The 14-day league comprising 27 matches was inaugurated by Chhattisgarh government cabinet minister Ravindra Choubey, and Raipur Nagar Nigam mayor Aizaj Dhebar.

The closing ceremony was attended by the state home minister Tamradhwaj Sahu, and Chhattisgarh police senior superintendent - Raipur Ajay Yadav. The league was a huge success with the participation of over 16 teams from different industries. It was very well appreciated by the local people of Raipur, who demanded a second season to happen soon. The league champions were S A Rubber Industry and the team was delighted to receive the winner title from home minister Sahu.

Thanking the event sponsors, Mr. Abhay Ojha, President- Sales & Marketing – News Nation Network added, "We truly appreciate the generous support of our sponsors and partners for making this league a huge success. We have received a positive response and are planning to expand this initiative in other cities and on a much grander scale."

The key sponsors and partners for the league were Chhattisgarh Shasan, NHMMI Narayana Hospital, OP Jindal University, Punjab National Bank, LIC, Jayanti Bhai Sweets and Namkeen, and Naiduniya.