Markaz Al Nawayath AbuDhabi organizes 'Al-Nawayath Championship' for Bhatkalis in UAE

Source: S.O. News Service | By Sajjad Qazi | Published on 4th November 2018, 5:54 PM | Coastal News | Gulf News |

AbuDhabi: Markaz Al Nawayath of AbuDhabi on Friday, 2nd November, organized Bowling and Table tennis games with the title 'Al-Nawayath Bowling And Table Tennis Championship' for the Bhatkali players situated in different Emirates of UAE.

Aftab MJ and Sayed Adeeb SM won the championship title in doubles category of Table Tennis game, while Khizar Kobatte managed to become champion in singles category of table tennis. Under TT doubles, Khizar Kobatte and Muhammed Mujtaba Siddiqua achieved runners up, while under TT singles, Sayed Adeeb SM got runners up.

In Bowling, Sayed Jaseem SJ, Sayed Waqas SM and Aoun Ikkeri were the champions. Tausif Ahmed Khateeb, Abdul Khavi Motiya and Nihad Khateebi were the runners up.

Among the seniors category in Bowling, Muheebullah Siddi Ahmeda, Riyaz MJ and Ashraf Musbah gave the best performance and obtained the championship title, while Zia Jukaku, Muhammad Gouse Khalifa and Yaseer Muallim were the runner up.

Total of 39 players had participated in Bowling, while 32 in table tennis game.

On this occasion, President of Markaz Al Nawayath Abdul Haseeb Kadlli, general secretary Muheebullah Sadi Ahmeda, Muhammad Farooq Musbah, secretary Atif Udyawar, accountant Ashraf Kola, BMJ Dubai general secretary Muhmmed Yusuf Barmavar, secretary Jailani Mohtesham, vice-president Muiz Muallim, former general secretary of Bhatkal Muslim Khaleej Council Dr. Khwaja Owais among many others were present.

The winners were awarded with medals and trophies. Hundreds of Bhatkalis, who witnessed the event seen enjoying the games with full enthusiasm cheering their respective player.

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