2nd Kashmir Premier League to be held next month
Srinagar: The Kashmir Premier League (KPL) cricket tournament, which will be an annual event, will be held here next month.
Minister for Sports R S Chib chaired a meeting here on Saturday to finalise the arrangements for the tournament.
The tournament will be held in two stages with district level competition in the first phase. Eight teams, emerging from the first phase, will play the League in the second stage, an official spokesman said.
The first edition of the KPL was sponsored by Army and it will continue its association with the game this year as well, the spokesman said.
The winner of the league will get Rs five lakh while the runner up team will net Rs three lakh. The third placed team will get Rs two lakh, he added.
More from India
More from World
More from Sports
More from Entertaiment
- J&K: Teams named after militants in cricket tournament
- Laser walls activated along Indo-Pak border to keep vigil against terrorists
- Haji Ali Dargah row: Trupti Desai wants support of Aamir, Salman, SRK
- ISRO successfully launches IRNSS-1G into the orbit
- IRNSS-1G launch: It's a great gift to people of India from scientists, says PM Modi
- Don't refer Bhagat Singh, Chandra Shekhar Azad as terrorists: HRD Ministry to DU
- Navjot Singh Sidhu takes oath as Rajya Sabha member – SEE PICS
- 7th Pay Commission: Govt employees likely to get huge pay checks by June-July 2016
- Andrew Flintoff tells Yuvraj Singh – 'I will cut your throat off'....Read Yuvi's reply
- Bollywood 2016: Sexiest posters of the year so far