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Kerala Kings owners Hussein Adam Ali, Dr Shafu Ul Mulk, Danube's Rizwan Sajan at the stadium

Sharjah Cricket Stadium Splashed With Color as T10 Cricket League Gets Underway….reports Asian Lite News

Kerala Kings owners Hussein Adam Ali, Dr Shafu Ul Mulk, Danube’s Rizwan Sajan at the stadium

The iconic Sharjah stadium came alive as over fifteen thousand fans witnessed the opening ceremony of the first ever-international T10 tournament Thursday evening.

His Excellency Sheikh Nahyan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Tolerance cut the ribbon and unveiled the trophy and set the tourney under way after hailing the power and skill needed to play this shortest version of the game. Sheikh Nahyan congratulated Shaji Ul Mulk, the man behind the initiative in his capacity as Chairman of the T10 league as well all those owners and directors who came out and unstintingly supported this version of cricket.

T10 Cricket League Gets Underway in Sharjah

Also present was Dr Nowhera Shaik, Founder & CEO Heera Group, the title sponsor and Salman Iqbal, President, T10 Cricket League.

In a delightful and relaxed manner after the formalities, the six teams did a round of honor of the field each accompanied by dancers from the specific region the teams represent and appropriate music in the background. A riveting display by performance artists and choreographed dances on stage plus a light and sound spectacle truly heralded a great start to the four-day tournament.

T10 Cricket League Gets Underway in Sharjah

Well known players like Shahid Afridi, Virender Sehwag, Darren Sammy and Shakib Al Hasan received lusty cheers as they walked past. Not to mention the warm welcome received by celebrity attendees including Bollywood actress Bipasha Basu, the wrestler the Great Khali, Suneil Shetty, Arbaaz Khan and Sohail Khan, to name a few.

Kerala Kings defeated the Bengal Tigers by 8 wickets in the first T10 international ever played.  The Pakhtoons defeated the Maratha Arabians by 25 runs in the second match.

Friday will see four matches being played starting at 4 pm.

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