JSCA has launched a scheme to help students of the state to watch the CSK-KKR IPL match © IANS


Jamshedpur: Apr 28, 2014


Jharkhand State Cricket Association (JSCA) has launched a scheme to help students of the state to watch the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2014 match on May 2 to be held at JSCA International Stadium in Ranchi along with their guardians free of cost. Those students interested to watch the match between Chennai Super Kings and Kolkata Knight Riders will have to provide details in the form being distributed by JSCA from its International Stadium premises from today, JSCA Assistant Secretary Aseem Kumar Singh said.


Singh said the forms will be available till April 30. The students will have to fill their details on the form and get it signed by the school principal. The deadline for submission of the duly filled in form will be 6 pm on April 30, he said, adding that JSCA will conduct a lottery on May 1 to distribute two tickets among the 50 lucky winners.


Each lucky student will get two tickets to facilitate them to come along with their guardians to watch the match, he said.


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