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really a festival, with a funfair for kids, a traditional Indian bazaar, rickshaw rides and various colourful stalls. Traditional music was also played by the winner of Channel S Star compe- tition, Mahfuz, and there were per- formances from Rowshanara Moni, Miguel Olivares Alvarez, Sharif and special guest appearances by award winning urban star Mumzy Stranger and breakthrough artist Junai Kaiden.


The winners of the HIT Cup for the team that came first in the race was presented to Cheltenham, who picked up prize money of £1000, while the second prize Bangla Beer Shield and £500 were given to Bangladesh Coventry Society and the Bronze medals and £250 were presented by Lal Toofan to Pride of Asia of London. Finally the award for team of the tour- nament, which was sponsored by Versa & Apprenticeships, was given to BRAC UK. All participants received medals and certificates which were sponsored by Kansaras Chocolates.


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