(MENAFN - Khaleej Times)
More than 15 teams participated in the tournament in three age categories: 17 & Under-17, 13 & Under-13 and 11 & Under-11. Participating cricket academies were Max Talent Global Sports, Springs Cricket Academy, Desert Cubs, Masters Cricket Academy and Insportz Cricket Academy.
Chief Guest of Honour was Anis Sajan, managing director of Danube. Sajan promised to organise another such tournament within the year.
The final of the U-11 category was between Max Talent Global Sports and Springs Cricket Academy, with Springs Academy coming out on top in a closely fought match. Best Bowler was Ishant from Max Talent Global Sports with 4 wickets. Best Batsman honours went to Sidhanth from the Springs Cricket Academy who scored 26 runs. Player of the Tournament was Kanav from Max Talent Global Sports with 27 runs and 4 wickets.
For the Under-13 category, the final contest was between Max Talent Global Sports and Springs Cricket Academy once again, this time with Max Talent Global Sports winning the trophy. The best bowler and best batsman were Yuvi and Mohit from the Springs Academy, with 6 wickets and 29 runs respectively. Player of the Tournament was Abrar from Max Talent Global Sports with 28 runs and 6 wickets.
Finalists in the Under-17 category were Desert Cubs and Max Talent Global Sports, with Desert Cubs beating Max Talent in a closely contested match. Best Bowler was Achyuth from Max Talent with 5 wickets and the Best Batsman trophy went to Dhanraj from Desert Cubs with 28 runs off the bat. Kulith claimed Player of the Tournament honors with 26 runs and 5 wickets.