Players in action during the fifth week of Sharjah Labour Sports Tournament.
The fourth edition of the Sharjah Labour Sports Tournament, organized by the Labour Standards Development Authority (LSDA) in Sharjah, saw some interesting duels in the fifth week.
Taking place at Sharjah National Park, 12 matches were played in football, basketball, and cricket categories of the tournament. Hockey matches are postponed until next week as the volleyball games expected to resume soon.
Part of the significant progress of the tournament in the fourth edition is observing talented players.
Salem Youssef Al Qaseer, Chairman of Labour Standards Development Authority, attended the competitions and expressed his satisfaction over the outstanding level of competitions.
He called the clubs to put this championship in their calendars to search for talented players in the tournament.
"Part of the significant progress of the tournament in the fourth edition is observing talented players who may contribute to feeding the country’s sports with distinguished talents. This makes the Sharjah Labour Sports Tournament an important addition to the general sports scene of the country,” Qasee added.Following the health and safety guidelines, the organisers of the tournament are observing the strict precautionary measures.
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The third week of the fourth Labour Sports Tournament, organised by the Labour Standards Development Authority in Sharjah, witnessed 28 exciting matches in four disciplines.
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