Avanta Business Centre Hosts Cricket Match For Executives

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New Delhi: Avanta Business Centre hosted a cricket tournament for the executives working in its business centre and its team members for the third time. The tournament, played for the ‘Avanta Premier League 2017’ Delhi was inaugurated at the Rajokri Cricket Ground bringing together 70 cricket enthusiasts.
“Nothing could beat the idea of engaging employers, vendors, clients and employees together on a single platform through cricket. At Avanta, we believe in team work and cricket brings everyone together in the framework of a game,” said Nakul Mathur, Director, Avanta Business Centre, India, while hosting a cricket match at Rajokri Cricket Ground on Saturday.
This amateur cricket tournament consisted of players from Siemens, Blueberry Asia, Ryosan India, Bla Bla Car, RPS Consulting Pvt Ltd, The Links India, NICE Interactive Solutions, Eisenvault, Vencom Infrastructure Pvt Ltd, SS Facility and Global Care categorized in four teams along with Avanta’s employees.
Emphasizing the importance of health amidst the stressed work life, Nakul said, “This is an opportunity to motivate, unearth hidden talent and simply bring individuals at different strata of hierarchy together. For the audience, it is a worthwhile experience watching and cheering the players in an unbiased fashion.”
The players registered themselves to form four teams. The first match was played between Eliminators and Golden Dragon while the second was between Crouching Tigers and Avengers. There was more than just cricket on the ground. It was filled with activities like photo booth, ball in the bucket, dart throw, basketball dunking, single wicket cricket to make it an exciting one for the viewers as well. There were commentators from team Avanta who made the audience engage through their witty remarks.

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