RAWALPINDI: The City School Capital Campus organised a cricket tournament for junior students, says a press release.As many as 13 schools of Rawalpindi and Islamabad participated in the event.Oxford Grammar School won the tournament by beating two times champions The City School in the final. Asghar Khan of Oxford Grammar School was declared man-of-the-match.Azam Khan of The City School was selected as the best bowler while Baseer of Roots Millen...

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