Basketball: Stage set for Qatar Girls Championship

 05 Dec 2015 - 0:12

Doha: The Qatar Women’s Sport Committee (QWSC) has completed its arrangements for hosting the Qatar International Girls Basketball Championship which begins  today at Aspire Zone.
 The organising committee for the event is headed by Ms Ahlam Al Mana, the QWSC President.
 To conclude on December 08, the championship features the participation of four teams including; Jordan, Bahrain, Palestine and Hosts Qatar.
 The event comes in light of the Qatari preparations for the Arab Girls Basketball Championship to be staged in Al Sharjah, UAE in February 2016.
Meanwhile, the 2015 Qatar International Swimming Championship began today at Hamad International Aquatic Center.
  The event will feature the participation of 309 players from Qatar, UAE, Bahrain, Oman, Palestine, Bosnia Herzegovina, Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and Libya.
The technical meeting of the event was held at Hamad Aquatic Center where the attendees highlighted all the technical and administrative arrangements for the competitions.
The Peninsula

 

Doha: The Qatar Women’s Sport Committee (QWSC) has completed its arrangements for hosting the Qatar International Girls Basketball Championship which begins  today at Aspire Zone.
 The organising committee for the event is headed by Ms Ahlam Al Mana, the QWSC President.
 To conclude on December 08, the championship features the participation of four teams including; Jordan, Bahrain, Palestine and Hosts Qatar.
 The event comes in light of the Qatari preparations for the Arab Girls Basketball Championship to be staged in Al Sharjah, UAE in February 2016.
Meanwhile, the 2015 Qatar International Swimming Championship began today at Hamad International Aquatic Center.
  The event will feature the participation of 309 players from Qatar, UAE, Bahrain, Oman, Palestine, Bosnia Herzegovina, Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and Libya.
The technical meeting of the event was held at Hamad Aquatic Center where the attendees highlighted all the technical and administrative arrangements for the competitions.
The Peninsula