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50th National Games
In the pious month of November, Shah Satnam Ji Stadium was given an opportunity to hold the 50th National School Games in the field of Cricket (under 14 & under 16), alongwith swimming (under 14, 17 & 19) at Shah Satnam Ji Boys School’s 10 lane All – purpose Swimming-cum-Diving Pool from 4th Nov.,2004 to 9th Nov.,2004.

This tournament, attracted a strong pool of around 4000 students from 25 States of India along with 400 other dignitaries associated with schools.

The opening ceremony, Final Cricket Match & the closing ceremony of these games was held at Shah Satnam Ji Cricket Stadium. Apart from other dignitaries, the Chief Minister (Haryana), Sports Ministers, SGFI President & other connoisseurs of the game present there were elated to view this awesome sight & management of the Games.

Cricket Matches U-14
In Final Match Delhi beat Chandigarh by 5 wickets.

Cricket Matches U-16
In Final Match Delhi beat Haryana by 26 runs.

Symbol for discipline and unity - March Past Players from all states of India holding their respective flags high Players enjoying the cultural festivity before the beginning of National Games

We are proud to say that the runners-up Haryana U-16 Cricket Team had 2 players from Shah Satnam Ji Boys School & the bronze medalist Haryana U-14 Cricket Team had 4 players (along with captain) from Shah Satnam Ji Boys School.


Cricket Matches U-14

First : Delhi
Second : Chandigarh
Third : Haryana

Cricket Matches U-16

First : Delhi
Second : Haryana
Third : Punjab

“..blessed are those who undertake the studies or games at Shah Satnam Ji Schools under the divine guidance of Hazoor Saint Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji. If they do as per the guidelines of Guruji, we can definitely hope of an Olympic Medal next time from the state of Haryana..”

- Chief Minister (Haryana)

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