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Trace’s Fourth Annual Cricket Tournament.

July 5, 2018

A few months back, nearly 150 Tracers gathered for our Annual Cricket Tournament. With a total of 10 teams participating, the competition was stiff!

Men’s Cup

8 teams entered the Men’s Cup with the hopes of taking home the grand prize. The matches were competitive, but defending champion President X1 and Team Elite separated themselves and made it to the finals. In a legendary and exhilarating match, President X1 came away with another victory!

1st Place: President XI
Jaswantsingh Nikam (Captain)
Swapnil Jadhav (Vice Captain)
Omkar Dhanawade
Ninad Jadhav
Pankaj Saste
Muddassar Ansari
Nilesh Mane
Mahesh Mane
Pritirajsinh Mahida
Shrikant Gaddi
John Peter
Shivanand V
Sanket Pingle
Urminova Dutta
Durgesh Raghuvanshi

We also gave out awards for the Best Batsmen (Omkar Dhanawade) and Best Bowler (Munaam Gazzali).

Women’s Cup

In a rematch of last year’s finals, the Cricketing Divas took on the Trophy Fighters. This match was a true battle and both teams refused to give up! In the end, this hard-fought competition ended in a draw, with the teams sharing honors of being named champion.

Cricketing Divas
Marjina Mujawar
Mayuri Morye
Suchismita Dash
Asha Parakkal
Shresthangsa Chatterjee
Jyoti Nikam
Poly Das

Trophy Fighters
Dipika Salunke
Dipali Itewad
Bimla Bora
Rekha Kumari
Preeti Singh
Megha Suryawanshi
Anita Khandare
Megha Suryawanshi took home the award for Best Batsman and Sanchita Sanchita Mahagavkar was honored with the Best Bowler award.

Sam Thakur, Trace’s General Manager of Mumbai, weighed in with his thoughts.

“Even though it was the busiest month in the history of Trace, the teams practiced hard for the big event. The event was nothing short of professional cricket tournament with a nail-biting final match and women’s match ending in a draw.”