8th Sept Cricket Tournament

Woking People of Faith supported Surrey Police in running a late summer Cricket Tournament. We are proud to announce that the Shah Jahan Mosque team came away with the trophy!  Congratulations to all!

Community Engagement Officer David Stewart hosted Surrey Police’s first Woking community cricket tournament on Saturday 8th September at the Winston Churchill School Sports Centre in Knaphill.

 

Teams representing the Woking Malayalee Association, the Shah Jahan Mosque, Milanos, and the New Haweli restaurant in Knaphill competed in a 20/20 tournament whilst children had the opportunity to get involved with free activities with coaches from the Woking and Horsell Cricket Club.

 

It was a fun filled day topped with a visit from the Mayor of Woking who met with players and staff. The eventual winners were the Shah Jahan Mosque team who confidently won the final and brought the day to an end in fine style. The team were presented with winners’ medals and a trophy by local Knaphill officer PCSO Adam Kilner who had also been key in organising the day.

 

The event was a great success and was generously supported by donations from Woking People of Faith and Maybury’s Atif Superstore. David Stewart was grateful for all of the positive feedback received from those involved and it is hoped that this success can continue with similar events in the future.

Winning teams with Woking's Mayor


 

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