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6th Curry Cup 2013 News Coverage
6th Annual Invitational Curry Cup Cricket Event
Aug 31st, Sep 1st & 2nd2013, 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM
About the Event
Boston Gymkhana Sports Club (BGSC) proudly presents the 6th Annual Invitational Curry Cup Cricket Tournament with a prize money of $10,000, the largest prize money in the New England area for a cricket tournament. This year a total of 10 teams from New England, New York, and New Jersey area are invited to participate in this tournament.
The Curry Cup is a free event open to the general public, featuring complimentary South Asian cuisines, entertainment music, live commentaries, games for all age groups, and a demonstration area for you to try your hand at cricket. Free parking is available during the event. For more information visit us at www.bostongymkhana.com
Venue: Cracker-Barrel Fairgrounds located at 10 Emerald Street, Wrentham Developmental Center in Wrentham, MA.
Date & Time: Aug 31st, Sept 1st & 2nd - 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
GPS Address: 10 Emerald Street, Wrentham, MA (approximate)
Prize Money: $10,000
Family Day: Sept 2nd 1:00- 4:00 PM, includes complementary South Asian food, entertainment music, live commentaries, and demonstration area for anyone who wants to try out cricket.
Participating Teams: Guyana C. C., New York Strikers, Punjab C.C., Conway C. C., Lagaan C. C., Gymkhana Lions, New England Hawks, Colonial Cavaliers, Rebels
Directions: On I-495 take exit 15 onto 1A North. Go about 3 miles and take left onto 140 North. Follow 140N for approximately 1/4 mile and continue onto Shear Street. After approximately 1/3 mile, turn right onto Emerald Street. Fairgrounds are approx. 1/4 mile on your left, just past the Wrentham Development Center sign.
BGSC is one of the largest Cricket clubs in the United States with a membership that is 180 plus strong and includes around 500 associate members. Based out of Wrentham, MA, it has two home fields and two practice pitches. BGSC has five participating teams in the Massachusetts State Cricket League and is actively involved in promoting cricket in Massachusetts by organizing Summer Cricket Camps for kids, organizing exhibition cricket matches, and teaching Cricket at grass roots level. The large membership of BGSC makes it one of the largest cricket clubs in North America. Furthermore, BGSC played over 180 cricket matches in 2012 in Massachusetts and Canada. For more information, contact Bikram Singh @ (508)-641-7757 or email@example.com.
Modern cricket is a team sport originating in England, and popular mainly in areas that formerly made up the British Empire. The major international test teams are England, Australia, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, South Africa, New Zealand, Zimbabwe, and the West Indies. The game is played between two competing teams of eleven players on each side, on a large expanse of (usually grassy) ground called a pitch. In the center of the pitch is a length of grass, (usually 22 yards long), called 'the wicket'. At each end of the wicket are placed three sticks adjacent to each other in an upright position which are called the 'stumps'. One side 'bat' first; the other side bowls to them. Batsmen play in pairs, each equipped with a bat, one at each end of the wicket. The bat is made of wood (usually White Willow) and the ball is a hard leather-seamed spheroid with a circumference of nine inches.