PCF CUP – Cricket Season II Begins; Trophy Unveiled
- 16 teams participate in an exciting Corporate cricket tournament
- An initiative of The Ponty Chadha Foundation in association with Ponty Chadha Foundation
Ponty Chadha Foundation & Citiskape Mediacom is proud to bring PCF CUP Cricket Season II after immaculate success of PCF CUP – Cricket Season I, 2019 & PCF Football 2019.In a press conference held today, the trophy of the season II was unveiled. The PCF Cup is an initiative of The Ponty Chadha Foundation in association with Citiskape Mediacom and is first of its kind tournament with an aim to provide a platform for the corporate sports enthusiasts to showcase their talent.
Eminent guests and renowned personalities like Mr Srijan Pal Singh (founder Dr. Abdul Kalam Foundation, A well-known author who worked closely with the Former President of India Dr A. P. J. Abdul Kalam , Dr Vandana Sharma – Director MBCN, Mr H.S.Kandhari – Director Finance Wave Real Estate, Mr Rajiv Gupta – CEO Wave , Mr Gaurav Gupta – MD M Wash, Mr Rajiv Gupta – Owner Alexis Global and Ex Director Om Logistics, Mr Alok Saxena – National Sales Head Red FM, Mr.Rakesh Thapliyal – President ( Delhi Journalists Association) Editor (Khel Today Magazine), Ex Sports Head (Hindustan Newspaper), Manoj Attri – Founder & CEO of Citiskape Mediacom and Initiator PCF Cup. were present at the ceremony
On the occasion, Mr. HS Kandhari and Manoj Attri Spokespoke about how they have started the initiative and further materialised it. Dr.Vandana Sharma put light on how they are bringing smiles to specially abled kids through MBCN School. Srijan Pal Singh elaborated the importance of sports in our life in a very scientific & logical manner.
The 16 teams participating in the tournament are from corporate giants namely Wave Group, Dabur, Maruti, Bank of America, Tata Consultancy Services, TMM, P&P, Red FM, AajTak, HDFC Bank, HCL, Xavient, KPMG, The Statesman, SBI Card and Radio Mirchi.
PCF Cup Cricket Season II -2020, will be co-hosted by Citiskape Mediacom being the Sports Partner of PCF, and the series would be conducted in accordance with the playing conditions similar to a standard T-20 Cricket tournaments in India.
The format of the tournament has been designed in a manner that it boosts networking opportunities for all the professionals involved.