Sharjah Ruler allocates building for marine sports
This aims to promote the sports in the emirate and support the athletes.
His Highness Sheikh Dr Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah, has ordered the allocation of a building for marine sports in Al Hamriyah Cultural and Sports Club (AHCSC), aiming to promote the sports in the emirate and support the athletes.
Issa Hilal Al Hazami, chairman of the Sharjah Sports Council, thanked the Sharjah Ruler and appreciated his generous gesture, highlighting the importance of the unlimited support of His Highness in enriching the sports in general and the marine sports in particular, achieving excellence in all areas in the emirate.
Al Hazami stressed that the building will be a new addition to marine sports in the emirate. He has further underscored the significance of the interest of the Ruler of Sharjah to develop the sport across various regions in the emirate.
He indicated that a plot of land will be allocated to the Marine Sports Building, stressing that the Sharjah Public Works Department (SPWD), Al Hamriya Club and Sharjah International Marine Sports Club are working together to ensure the construction of the building.
Expressing thanks for the generous grant, Al Hazami emphasised that such a gesture will have a positive impact on the sports sector and contribute to promoting the achievement of the desired goals and aspirations in the emirate at all levels.
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