While the very first match of the championship kicked off in Sohar, a single championship match was held in Nizwa on March 26 and an additional will be held in Sur on April 1. Twelve teams and 256 players from different schools will participate in the championship.
Suleiman bin Abaad School was the winner of the Sohar leg of the championship. While Ahmed bin Said School was the runner-up, Khalfan bin Jamil School won the third spot and Abdullah bin al Bahsar School completed fourth.
Mitsubishi Oman, represented by General Automotive Company, organised the competitors in association with the Oman Handball Association (OHA). General Automotive Company, which is the official distributor for Mitsubishi automobiles in Oman is a subsidiary of the Zubair Automotive Group, the flagship enterprise of the Z-Corp.
As component of its Corporate Social Responsibility method, Z-Corp is actively involved in supporting nearby primarily based initiatives that touch the lives of kids in sport. While Z-Corp has often been committed to supporting the sports sector in the sultanate, it believes that to cultivate sporting talent in Oman, youngsters ought to be supplied the ideal ambience to create it. Z-Corp has been supporting different activities that encourage young Omanis to take up sports and supporting this occasion is component of that method.
Dr Said bin Ahmed al Shehri, chairman of the Oman Handball Association, stated, “We are extremely grateful that a group like The Zubair Corporation is supporting our association. Z-Corp’s commitment and support has given an enormous boost to development of sports and associated clubs in the country.”
Zuwaina al Azri, communications manager, Zubair Automotive Group, stated, “In the framework of enhancing public and private sector partnership, Z-Corp has been supporting all the activities of Oman Handball Association since we signed an agreement in October 2015. Z-Corp has played a key role in sponsoring and developing sports in the sultanate.”
Information Source: Muscat Daily