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  • Writer's pictureAnustup Kundu

The Third Season of the SAI International Residential School Champions Trophy Came to an Exciting Conclusion

News Desk, News Nation 360 : In Cuttack, SAI International Residential School (SIRS) successfully wrapped up the much-awaited third iteration of the SIRS Champions Trophy. In the tournament's grand finale, Sehwag Swaggers and Kohli Warriors engaged in an intense match that left Sehwag Swaggers on top following a thrilling struggle on the cricket pitch. Sehwag Swaggers defeated Ganguly Gang by nine wickets, while the Kohli Warriors defeated the Dravid Dodgers by eight wickets in the semifinal match that set up the grand finale. SIRS Champions Trophy Season 3's top players from each team were honoured for their exceptional contributions to the competition. They included Askand Singh from the Dravid Dodgers, Yuvraj Jangyaswaroop from the Dhoni Devils, Nihar Atal from the Ganguly Gang, Ritesh Nayak from the Kohli Warriors, Abbhas S. Sultaniya

from the Sehwag Swaggers, and Krishi Hemanta Singh from the Sachin Smashers. The tournament took place over twelve days of fierce competition, from March 11 to March 22, 24. It began with an exciting auction ceremony on March 9. All of the competing teams demonstrated skill and sportsmanship throughout the competition, making their respective owners proud of their outstanding efforts. The grand finale was a sight to behold, enhanced by a variety of pre-match events and formalities that raised the excitement and anticipation for the big day. Every moment was special, from the revealing of the YouTube thumbnail to the customary ceremony honouring the chief guest, Indian cricket player Basant Mohanty. The award ceremony, which culminated in the champions receiving their trophies amid a spectacular cracker show, was the event's high point. As a gratitude, Amitabh Agnihotri, Headmaster, SIRS; Arbinda Das, Director, Administration, SAI International Education Group; and Dipak Somani, Director Operations, SIRS, gave the chief guest a memento.

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