Baroda Open Dr’s Ping Pong Challenge on 17th and 18th August 2013August 13, 2013
Vadodara, 13 August 2013
P3 Sports Management LLP, mentored by Ex-International players and International Coaches Moonmoon Mukherjee and Priti Chawda, in close association with INDU groups bring to the Dr’s Ping Pong a two-day stress busting Table-Tennis event hosted by the M. S. University Pavilion (Vadodara) on the 17th & 18th of August-2013.
Shri Yusuf Pathan, International Cricketer from India has consented to throw open the tournament on 17thAugust 2013 at 10.30 am. Dr Vijay Shah, Ex-Chairman of Standing Committee of Vadodara Municipal Corporation is also expected to grace the event by his presence.
P3 Sports Management LLP, dedicated to Table-Tennis is highly acclaimed for its activism in Powai and other zones in Mumbai and other part of the country. The refreshing weekend event is slated to be the biggest Dr’s Ping Pong Challenge and is much awaited by Dr’s from varying backgrounds.
The event is going to start at 10.30 am. It will start with the team events. Team Events are in league format so that Doctors from Pharmaceutical companies, Medical colleges and hospitals can play more matches. As of now there were 40 doctors booked their TT Tables to show their skills.
Tushar Kanti Ghosh and Susmita Srivastava, Directors of P3 Sports shared their ideas behind this one-of-a-kind Dr’s sports tournament as a fun-oriented, entertaining Pharma war. Table-Tennis as a sport is heavily popular amongst the youth at large as well as professionals in plush office spaces. He adds, “It’s always a welcome change for Pharma houses and hospitals to come together on such a platform to play a sport and rejuvenate. Physical activity is a proven mood enhancer and leads to reduced stress levels. Such an event will assist in better bonding among co-workers and even networking with other Dr’s.
Interested Doctors can register at www.p3-sports.com Or call on +91 8511116063
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