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.
Cricketing skills are not the only thing you need to bring to the fray when you choose your team in MITCL. The auction tested the business skills of the six captains at an equal level as they prepared to sign players for the inaugural edition of MITCL.
MITCL aims to be a semi-professional cricket league with a structure similar to international level cricket leagues like the IPL. The dream of MITCL is to produce the next Ravichandran Ashwin, Anil Kumble and Kris Srikkanth, who despite being world class cricketers are also
The MIT Football League drew to a close for this season with a prize giving ceremony and acknowledging the best players of this season.
It is true that there is no equivalent to Sachin Tendulkar in the current Indian team and it is reasonable to assume there never will be one. Let me explain, Sachin Tendulkar is not only the most beloved cricketer of our generation, maybe of all
Arunabh Sengupta I Staff Writer As we all know, the MITFL is right around the corner and on the 19th of January was the second press conference hosted by the league. The day’s event was hosted at two places, at the Director’s office where the
MIT’s very own football league is finally here and there is a lot to look forward to. This league carries some big expectations. Shubh Patodi, the founder of MITFL, took some time out of his schedule and catered to all of our queries while simultaneously
The stage is set for MIT’s first ever semi-professional Football League. Are you game?