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Dwarkamai Tennis Tournament Conducts The Sixth Annual Event

Devi Narayan
10/05/2017

Shri  Dwarkamai Sports Team was proud to organize their Sixth Annual Tennis Tournament  at the Billerica Recreation Tennis Courts on Sunday October 1st 2017. The original tournament date was September 30th but due to rain we had to move it to the following  day. Our Tennis Tournament is being conducted every year to benefit Boston Children’s Hospital.

The community from all around the greater Boston neighborhood was invited to participate in the tournament and we had about 60 registrations. Adults and children of all ages participated in Singles and Doubles category.  Though we lost a few participants due to the change of date due to rain, we still had a great going at the tournament with about 50 participants. The  feedback from our participants in regards to our Tournament this year was very encouraging as always. The organizers were very well appreciated for their efficiency and  execution of the Tournament.

All the matches were played with good spirit and every player exhibited his/her sportsmanship in the best manner. We appreciate all the participants for having come forward to exhibit their talents for a great cause. We were able to  raise $750 from the Tournament and this will be  donated to the Boston Children’s Hospital.  All cheers to the volunteers of our Dwarkamai Sports Team and all the participants who shared their strength and spirit to make this Tournament happen and evolve to be a great success.

A very special thanks to the Billerica Recreation Department for offering the space/court time this year at no cost to our charity event and for this great cause. We extend our special thanks to Donna Hansen, the acting Assistant Director of Billerica Recreation Department for supporting/facilitating our event.    

Singles   Winner CameronWalton                                                                     Runner :  Larry Tran  

Doubles  Winners: Muralidhar Malikarjun  &  Karthik Sellappen

Runners:  Samir Kumar  &  Sahil Kumar                                                                                                           

 We will see everyone again soon at our exciting Seventh Dwarkamai Tennis Tournament next Year.            



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