The ICC Cricket World Cup usually comes with a strategy analysis, the buying of jerseys, and outlandish celebrations. However, this time around, it seems to have brought with it thunderclouds and controversies. Here’s a look at what went wrong at this edition of the World Cup.
If you think that college life at Manipal is going to be all about studies, then think again, or rather, peruse through this article once. From a world-class gym at Marena to the sylvan ramparts of the MIT ground, Manipal has not compromised when it comes to sports and fitness activities. It becomes hard to keep track of the number of courts for every sport. Rest assured, if you love exercising your body, Manipal will not disappoint you.
Twenty years ago, in the age of tests and ODIs, a need for a format of cricket which could be a crowd puller had arisen. In this article, we explore the creation of Stuart Robertson’s 20/20 vision for cricket, the T20 leagues and get an insight into how it changed the landscape of cricket forever.
In a low scoring affair, the Pirates chased down a total of 93 runs to emerge victorious in the third edition of MIT-Cricket League. Read the complete match report and scorecard of the tournament’s finale.
When Cameron Bancroft was caught tampering with the ball in March, it was the team leadership that bore the brunt of the criticism. If it indeed was Warner instigating Bancroft, Bancroft’s situation would not have been an easy one, and thus difficult to break down into black and white.
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.
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?
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.
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.