People flocked to the MIT Football ground on the evening of 8th April to watch the first ever final of the MITFL, MIT’s official football league. With the defending champions Zeta Bolts facing off against the table-toppers Omega Vikings, the match promised to be electrifying.
Chasing down 102 in 20 overs, the Hurricanes defeated the Samurais to emerge as the champions in the second season of the MIT Cricket League. Read the complete report and the scorecard of the final match in the series.
The MIT Cricket League teams filled their ranks with the best of the institute’s cricketers. With over a hundred and fifty players going under the hammer and only six teams with limited budgets bidding for them, some of the cricketers walked out with a place in the league while others were left disappointed.
MIT’s women have shown true grit on the sports field, entering as underdogs and leaving as champions.
A strikingly tumultuous rivalry came to a head with the recent ICC Champions Trophy final. But how does politics help produce some of the greatest sportsmen in cricket?
The newly formed Manipal Runners Club held it’s first event in the form of the Manipal Marathon which saw huge participation from all over the country in various categories and events. The Post brings you a detailed report of activities that took place on the day.
MIT’s semi-professional cricket league, MITCL, ticked all the boxes in their inaugural edition as they managed to pull off a near perfect debut. From players to the organising committee and faculty advisors, the entire team can boast of a feat which shall be tough to emulate.
The Sports Club of MIT finally got a day to rest on their laurels, MITFL marked a new beginning as MITCL closed their first ever season.
MITCL, MIT’s very own cricket league, just had its inaugration and its first press conference. Read on to know more about this new and exciting initiative taken by our fellow MITians.
How do you promote cycling among fellow students and staff? Why, plan a pan-India tour of course! The Human Powered Endeavours club presents the Tour de Manipal – a journey of 3000 kms, completed in 30 days of cycling by 7 riders.