Euronics Corporate Cricket, Season 2 concluded

Rama Krishna Sangem

The Euronics Corporate Cricket League (ECCL) Season 2, Hyderabad Edition, concluded with resounding success on February 18, Sunday evening, marking a momentous milestone in its journey.

Spanning across 8 cities, ECCL Season 2 provided a platform for industry leaders to engage in healthy competition and foster industry relations, a feat Euronics takes pride in Thirty-two teams from the Construction and Designing Industry participated, showcasing remarkable talent and sportsmanship, according to a press release on February 20, Tuesday..

Esteemed personalities including Mr. Abhishek Jain, Director of Euronics,  Aiman Ansari, Regional Director of DSP, and  Niroop Reddy, founder and Director of NA Associates graced the event, adding prestige to the occasion. The final match witnessed VOLTAS emerging victorious over DSP in a gripping display of skill and determination, captivating the audience.

The trophy presentation by Mr. Abhishek Jain and Mr. Niroop Reddy symbolized the culmination of the season's achievements, highlighting its significance and success. ECCL Season 2 not only celebrated the spirit of cricket but also strengthened bonds  within the industry, setting a benchmark for collaborative endeavors and sporting excellence.

Rama Krishna Sangem

Ramakrishna chief editor of excel India online magazine and website

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