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Game of Cricket turns out the most popular event in the 3-day gala affair at AEG’s Annual Inter-College Sports Festival, ATHLEEMA-Season 8!

Asian Law College (ALC) – which is a part of Asian Education Group (AEG) and is ranked as one of the top law colleges in Noida offering 5-year BA-LLB & 3-year LLB courses – recently held its much sought-after mega annual inter-college sports event, ATHLEEMA 2019-Season 8, from 21st-23rd January 2020 at the imposing Jasola Sports Complex, New Delhi with its traditional punch of excitement and grandeur, much accentuated by the glorious presence of the Indian football legend, Mr. Baichung Bhutia as the chief guest for the occasion.

A total of 50 top colleges of Delhi NCR actively participated in this high-pitch athletics’ meet including the two other constituent group colleges of Asian Education Group, namely Asian Business School (ABS) & Asian School of Business (ASB).

Of the several games in which competition was held, one was the highly popular game of Cricket.

Here’s an account of how it happened at ATHLEEMA 2020-Season 8:

The ball for Annual Inter-College Sports Festival, ATHLEEMA-Season 8 was in fact set rolling on the Cricket field at Netaji Subhash Sports Complex, Jasola on Tuesday, 21st January 2020 with the ‘Toss’ done by the Indian football legend, Mr. Baichung Bhutia who happened to be the chief guest for this mega annual sports meet!

Teams from different institutes across Delhi NCR competed in the game of Cricket, that turned out to be the most prestigious event in the 3-day gala affair.

After going through the preliminary stages and the semi-finals, the final match was played between PGDAV College and Amity University, wherein PGDAV College outplayed Amity University and lifted the covetous winner’s shield for the game of cricket at ATHLEEMA 2020-Season 8.

For his sterling performance throughout the tournament, Karamvir from PGDAV College was adjudged “Man of the Series”.

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