Mumbai :Feb 4, 2014
The city leg of the event will have the top 24 school teams, that have participated in the Giles and Harris Shield tournaments conducted by Mumbai Schools Sports Association (MSSA), taking part along with four outfits from adjoining Thane.
It will be played on a knock-out format and the winners and runners up of the Mumbai leg will get prizes worth Rs 50,000 and Rs 35,000, respectively.
The programme is open to cricketers in the age group of 12-16 years. The tournament will be played across 10 states in over 70 districts involving more than 12,500 young players from nearly 850 schools.
The winner of the Coca Cola U-16 Cup will be awarded a cash prize of Rs 1 lakh, while the runners-up would get Rs 70,000.
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