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KIFF Sports Meet 2015 ends on high note
December 3, 2015, 5:32 pm
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The grand sports meet organized by Kuwait India Fraternity Forum as a part of Fraternity Fest concluded at the Gulf University of Science and Technology (GUST) Ground on 27 November.  Hundreds of expats from across Kuwait participated in different competitions of track and field games.

The Event which was held in 2 phases was earlier inaugurated by Kuwait National Football Team Player Mr. Mohammed Rashid Al Otaibi. In the Football Match, CFC Salmiya won the Trophy while Abbasiya Brothers got Runners-up.

Fahaheel team grabbed the 1st position in the Tug of war competition and Desert Eagle was pushed to 2nd place. Desert Eagle A emerged as a winner in Kabaddi while Desert Eagle B had to satisfy for the runners-up. Kunjal Friends bagged the 1st Prize in the Volleyball and the 2nd prize went to Delhi Friends.

Majeed Fahaheel won in 100 Meters Race and Ilyas got 2nd place. Mubeen bagged the 1st prize in 200 Meters Running Race while Sinan stood 2nd. Special awards were presented to the best players in each individual event. A large number of women and children also enjoyed various fun games.

Prizes of the Independence Day Quiz competition were also distributed during this time.

KIFF President, Mr. Saifuddin Nalakath presided over the program. Rasheed Khan, Manager, TVS Travels & Cargo, BL Panchal, Managing Director, Al-Theyab Steel Works, KIFF Kerala Chapter President, Ummer, Karnataka Chapter President, Musthakeem, Tamil Nadu Chapter President, Kifayathullah, North Zone President, Shamsheer, Indian Social Forum General Secretary Mr. Amjath Ali, Program Convener Faisal Atholi were also present on the dais. Sakariya delivered the welcome speech. Mr. Ibrahim proposed the vote of thanks. Naveez Ali compared the program. The event was sponsored by Bahrain Exchange Company (BEC).

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