BIFA organizes Football tourney in Dubai

Source: S.O. News Service | By Sajjad Qazi | Published on 2nd January 2018, 10:15 PM | Coastal News | Gulf News | Sports News |

Dubai/Bhatkal: The Bhatkal Inter Football Association (BIFA) in Dubai organized football tournament in which four teams Team A, B, C & D participated consisting of 11 players in each, recently.

League matches were played between the teams. The players were chosen through a very competitive auction organized at Dubai Scout Mission hall. The tournament gave a great success in terms of management. Team A emerged as Champions in the tournament.

Danish s/o Shafi Shabandari was awarded Best player, Imtiyaz Khateeb was awarded as best Goalie and Diyab was felicitated with an award for representing UAE CBSE schools in India.

Winners were awarded a beautiful trophy along with medals for individual players. Runners-up were recognized with medals. All the guests were honored with BIFA memento.

Ganim Mohtesham hosted the auction and closing ceremony in a professional manner.

During closing ceremony, Basha Ruknaddin, Rahmatullah Rahi, Jailani Mohtesham, Amjad Shabandari and Altaf Pathan were present.

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