Tickets are now on sale for the highly-anticipated T10 Cricket League scheduled to take place at Sharjah Cricket Stadium from December 14-17, 2017.
Tickets will be available at branches of the UAE Exchange, Al Fardan Exchange and Al Ghurair Exchange as well as Leopards Courier and Karachi Darbar outlets across the Emirates.
The prices for the four day are as followed: North Stand: AED 20; West Stand: AED 40; Grand Stand: AED 70; Member’s Enclosure: AED 100; and Celebrity Stand: AED 500.
The tickets are also available online at q-tickets.com/t10.
The fixtures for the four day-event are given below along with the respective timings.
December 14, 2017
Opening Ceremony from 1800 hours
Bengal Tigers v Kerala Kings
Maratha Arabians v Pakhtoons
December 15, 2017
Bengal Tigers v Punjabi Legends from 1600 hours
Maratha Arabians v Team Sri Lanka from 1800 hours
Punjab Legends v Kerala Kings from 2000 hours
Pakhtoons v Team Sri Lanka from 2200 hours
December 16, 2017
Team 1 of Group A v Team 3 of Group B from 1600 hours
Team 3 of Group A v Team 1 of Group B from 1800 hours
Team 2 of Group A v Team 2 of Group B from 2000 hours
Bottom 2 Teams of both the groups combined will play off for the 5th and 6th place from 2200 hours
December 17, 2017
First Semi Finals – Team 1 overall v Team 4 overall – match starting at 17:30 hours
Second Semi Finals – Team 2 overall v Team 3 overall
Followed by closing ceremony
Every week, we feature a top performer from the extensive pool of cricket talent in the United Arab Emirates.
From the many blossoming cricketers in the region, we name a standout player from each round of the U-17 league organised by the Emirates Cricket Board.
Arjun Sawant is our award winner this week after his match-winning performance helped G-Force Academy to a massive 140-run win over MaxTalent Cricket Academy on Saturday.
The right-arm off-spinner took six wickets for just 14 runs in his 4.3 overs to help dismiss the opposition for a paltry 48 after his side posted 188 in the first innings.
The 15-year-old managed two maidens during his spell, going for an economy of 3.11.
He exhibited safe hands as well, taking three catches, two of which were off his own bowling.
The head coach at Sawant’s academy, Gopal Jaspara shed some light on the rising star.
“He’s been with G-Force Academy for four years and has been consistently performing as a bowler,” Jaspara said.
Apart from his talent with the ball, Sawant his handy while wielding the bat as well as his coach pointed out.
“He’s also scored one fifty in this tournament. He’s not only a bowler but a batsman as well.”
That knock was an unbeaten 53 from 45 balls against ICC Academy in the previous round.
G-Force Academy was started in 2001 and has been a popular name in developing promising young cricketers in the UAE.
WHERE – Jasapara Sports Behind Park Regis Hotel, Next to Bombay Chowpatty Al Karama, Dubai.
CONTACT – +971-4-396 9994
E-MAIL – [email protected]
WEBSITE – gforcecricketacademy.com
Emirates Cricket Board on Sunday announced that the law firm Pinsent Masons will sponsor othe ECB’s Emirati Development Programme (EDP).
Working closely with the Ministry of Education’s Curriculum Development Unit (Physical and Health Education), four schools have been identified to bring the EDP into Dubai Emirati schools commencing late November.
“Emirates Cricket is exceptionally pleased to announce we have partnered with Pinsent Masons to bring Cricket to Emirati boys across Dubai.
“We are very grateful they resonate with the values that cricket imparts to the community as well as to the individual, and we are delighted they have shown commitment to developing and growing the indigenous grass-roots talent through the EDP. We look forward to building a strong, long-term relationship with them.” said Zayed Abbas, UAE Cricket Spokesperson.
Dubai-based schools that will see the program delivered include, Abdulla Bin Anas Elementary School for Boys, Ahmad Bin Slyem Boys School, Al Ahmadiah Model School, and Al-Qiyam Boys Model School.
Leading the program is Emirates Cricket Development Manager, Andrew Russell, with Emirates Cricket Development Officer, Shahzada Saleem (Qasim) attending one school, per day per week, coaching the students in the values and life skills cricket brings, as well as the components of the game itself.