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Khaitan beats hattrickers ELP at its own Mumbai Masters Cup cricket tournament to pick up trophy • CAM, SAM make semis

Masters Cup winners Khaitan
Masters Cup winners Khaitan

Khaitan & Co bested Economic Laws Practice (ELP) and won the ELP Masters Cup Cricket Tournament on 7 January after three days of competition with 15 other Indian law firms.

Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas and Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas competed until the semi-finals of the 10th edition of the tournament, which was held at the Police Grounds, New Marine Lines, Mumbai.

The semi-final matches were between ELP and SAM on the one hand, and Khaitan and CAM on the other.

Talwar Thakore & Associates, Desai Diwanji, Kanga & Co, DSK Legal, Wadia Ghandy, Hariani & Co, ALMT Legal, Trilegal, Veritas Legal, AZB & Partners, IC Legal and Nishith Desai Associates were the other firms that participated this time.

“The match between the ELP and Khaitan kept the spectators guessing through the event. The power packed performance by the two teams left the audience wanting for more,” according to the press release.

ELP has won this tournament three times in the last 10 years - which is the most times any one firm has bagged this cup.

ELP managing partner Suhail Naithani commented: “I am delighted to see the continuing legacy of ELPs Master Cup tournament. The tournament is a wonderful networking ground for the peers in the industry and this in turn helps build camaraderie within the legal fraternity.”

Legal cricketing action
Legal cricketing action

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