Last Updated: May 27, 2015 12:22 am
QOC launch committee for rugby
DOHA: The Qatar Olympic Committee has announced the formation of an Interim Committee to oversee Rugby and American Football activities on Sunday, reaffirming the country’s commitment to nurturing and developing all sports. The Board of Directors of the Committee will be chaired by Yousef Al Kuwairi while Ali Al Malki will act as Secretary General. The remaining members of the Committee are Sulaiman Al Bannai, Khalifa Al Kubaisi and Mohamed Al Mutawa. Commenting...
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