Milestones

The Great Indian Squash League’s Winter (Anniversary) came to close February 17th, 2013.

Good – Competitive – Clean Squash continued to thrive through out. As always the organisers thank the players. teams captains and supporters for making the Anniversary Edition a turely memorable one. 

What appeared simple from the side – lines was indeed finest quality of Squash Played and the credit must entirely go with all the 12 Teams that participated. The Great Indian Squash League plays an unique format ensuring the bar of competitiveness will get raised…. towards the next few days the organisers will announce names of teams who will move into the Senior Division while the Others continue to compete in the Premier Division.

Making sure that all our entrants got equal exposure we ensured an unusual break from tradition by playing all teams for semi-finals and continuing the same tradition and ensuring all teams play the finals as well.  Making sure that “That Participation was of greater importance than just winning” on the Great Indian Squash League everyone is a winner.

Just for records before going into the Semi Finals all the Twelve Teams of The Great Indian Squash League – Anniversary Edition had already played……….

  • 21 matches / team…………… x 12 =  252 Matches
  • 63 games / team……………… x 12 =  756 Games
  • 950 – 1100 points / per team. x 12 =  11,400 – 13,200 points
  • KUCH MEETHA HOO JAEY  with  A Thousand Hand Shakes
  • Not to forget …… A Million SMILES that shook the worl:)
  • All this Only on FOUR SUPER SUNDAY’S    
  • With  about 3000 minutes of court time !!
  • AMAZING ISN’T IT ?? WELL …. IF IT CAN HAPPEN, IT CAN
    ONLY HAPPEN ON THE GREAT INDIAN SQUASH LEAGUE

Final-Results
Even though we missed the Youngest member on the Anniversary Edition – Karata Dasmahapatra the youngest player to havne played our league so far. Karata is 11 years old and plays with a steady head and loads of talent furthering one of the Core Causes of the league – of promoting young talented and aspiring players. Karata improved upon Anurag Jain by two straight years.

Anurag played for Noida Stadium Two during an earlier edition is 13 years old. There have been many youngsters on the league who have lifted the overall enthusiasm and well being of the league. Incidentally, Noida Stadium that won the league second time running basically constitutes of players below 15 years. Below the  winners and runners up are seen sitting with Wg Cdr Vijay Ingle (Sachika’s Dad) who was present at the venue and helped the organisers with giving away of the trophies……………

winners & runners up with Vijay IngleWg Cdr Parag Patel & Sachika Ingle (DSOI Rockers) in the back row, while sitting with Vijay  in the front row from the left are are  Divyanshu Sharma, Yash Bhargava, Vijay, Porus Gupta & Rishab Soni (Noida Stadium)

For other pictures on the Anniversary Edition please continue to check out the Facebook page of The Great Indian Squash League – a movement which will always remain a players  league.

You can read more about us by clicking …  About The Great Indian Squash League

Happy Squashing !!

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