Indoor Sports: Ryan Martin

The Quadrangular Badminton Tournament featuring WCG, Catholic Gymkhana, SAISA and Bandra Gymkhana was another tourney held with the WCG team going down fighting to the Catholic Gymkhana team in a nail biting finish on our courts; however, the team not resting on their laurels went on to take part in the Inter Club Badminton tournament and finished yet again to be the runners up.

Another milestone and as mentioned earlier, the WCG can build and sustain our sports legacy by nurturing sports talent in the young and old by providing them a platform to participate; in an innovative tournament the WCG hosted and organized the first ONE DAY Parent Child Tennis tournament which was another runaway success. The parent child combination tennis event highlighted the child for once encouraging the parent to pull on and put forth his best in their quest to win the match and further progress in the tournament. There were parent child combinations from outside Mumbai going by the popularity of the WCG. This tourney was fully coordinated by our very own Olympian Merwyn Fernandis.

To promote and develop sporting interest among the young in an under 12 football tournament drawing more than 30 teams held on our tennis courts, the finalists were given a football each besides the trophies for the winners and runner up. This tourney witnessed a packed stand, filled with parents, fans, players and spectators.

For scouting talent and then moulding them into top class sports persons, we have the WCG Coaching Academies in Tennis, Badminton, Swimming, which have been growing and producing players who can compete at the top level in sports. At the WCG we wish to consolidate and leverage the existing sporting success and bring in more laurels and opportunities to budding sports persons.