PowerGrid Inter Regional Cricket Tournament begins

PowerGrid Inter Regional
Cricket Tournament begins

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The opening match was played between Damadama Eagles (Corporate Centre, Gurugram) and Yamuna Peacocks (Northern Region-III)

Winning :"Discipline over ability wins every time." ― David Lyons, Alex: The Man Behind The Legend

GURUGRAM, OCTOBER 18: The six-day Inter-Regional PowerGrid Cricket Tournament 2022 commenced at TERI Gram Cricket Ground, Haryana. Eleven teams from various regions of PowerGrid in India are participating in this tournament.
The participating teams include Cauvery Elephants (Southern Region-II), Damdama Eagles (Corporate Centre, Gurugram), Narmada Giant Squirrels (Western Region-I), Yamuna Peacocks (Northern Region-III), Brahmaputra Rhinos (North Eastern Region) in Pool A and Ganga Dolphins (Eastern Region-I), Beas Leopards (Northern Region-II), Sunderban Tigers (Eastern Region-II), Chambal Kingfishers (Northern Region-I), Sabarmati Lions (Western Region-II) and Godavari Panthers (Southern Region-I) in Pool B.
The opening match was played between Damadama Eagles (Corporate Centre, Gurugram) and Yamuna Peacocks (Northern Region-III) in which Northern Region-III managed to score 110 with loss of 7 wickets in 20 overs and Eagles won the match by four wickets in the 17 th Over. Shri Udit Deswal of Damdama Eagles was adjudged as Man of the Match.
The tournament began with welcome address by Dr. Yatindra Dwivedi, ED (HR) POWERGRID in the presence of Shri Abhay Choudhary, Director (Projects) POWERGRID and Shri G. Ravisankar, Director (Finance) PowerGrid is a Maharatna PSU under Ministry of Power and has been supporting fitness amongst people.

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