Mangaluru: ICYM Surathkal unit holds throwball tournament

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Mangaluru, Sep 25: The ICYM (Indian Catholic Youth Movement) of Sacred Heart Church Surathkal hosted the ‘Surathkal Throwball League 2023 Season 2’ at Sacred Heart Church Ground. The major objective was to bring together young people via their passion for sports.

Fr Richard D'Souza (assistant director of ICYM) from Surathkal church, Teena Rebello (animator of ICYM), Joyvin D'Souza (president of ICYM) and captains of all competing teams inaugurated the event by cutting the ribbon attached to the net and ball.



The league featured five teams that competed intensely.

In Validatory ceremony, Asha Pinto (secretary of PPC), Joyvin D'Souza (president of ICYM), Maria D'Silva (secretary of ICYM), Loyed Steevan Dias (sports representative of ICYM), match referee Venugopal and Sujeeth took the platform. The presentation of awards to the winners was the highlight. The ‘Shooting Stars Surathkal’ won the rolling trophy, with the ‘Shining Stars Surathkal’ finishing second. The award for ‘Player of the Series’ was bagged by Royston Rodrigues, ‘Best Server’ by Joel D’Souza and ‘Best Catcher’ by Melisha D’Souza . This thrilling league drew a total of 55 young individuals.

Joyvin D’Souza, president ICYM welcomed the gathering, Maria Dsilva, secretary ICYM proposed vote of thanks. The programme was compered by Clarin Fernandes. 


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