Rajasthan Rajwada T-20 Cricket League Kota

Rajasthan Rajwada Cricket League,the biggest professional league for Twenty20 Cricket competition in the whole India after Indian Premier League, one of its kind featuring international players. Rajwada Cricket League (RCL) is a professional league for Twenty20 Cricket competition in India. It was initiated by the Kota District Cricket Association present in Kota under the affiliation of Rajasthan Cricket Association.

Passion gives birth to new ideas and ideas if implemented fittingly, come out as best of the inventions. Same has been the saga of Rajwada Cricket League (RCL). After his personal commitments forced him to quit on field cricket a decade ago, decided to stay close to the game through various cricketing activities. Unarguably, the invention of Rajwada Cricket League (RCL) will remain as one of his best brainchild.

The league, in its inaugural year of 2016, not only emerged as one of the trend setting event in the history of Rajasthan cricket but also succeeded in setting a yardstick for others. Kota Cricket Team from Rajasthan showcased their cricketing expertise during the span of nine days of non – stop action. An exquisite blend of cricket and entertainment it was. Wherein, bollywood stars Mr. Sunil Shetty and Ms. Amisha Patel beautified the grand opening, it was international cricketer Mr. Mohammad Kaif who graced the final day of the first edition of Rajwada Cricket League (RCL).

The vibes of league, in no time, brushed the entire North Indian cricket circle. Truly, it was the Rajwada way of announcing its arrival. The cricket battle ground witnessed six franchisees comprising of many local and international stars from various parts of Rajasthan live on NEO sports. The electrifying ambience and gargantuan assemblage justified the acceptance of Rajwada Cricket League (RCL) amongst masses. The invigorating and astounding support from the crowd forced RCL management to introduce new dimensions to the league in 2017, resulting in two new franchisees in form of Chittor’s Chetak and Jaisalmer Jaguars. Spectators might also see a handful of international cricketers rolling over their bowling arms and banging the white ball in February 2017.

KCT Live Score has sure caught the imagination of the nation and world. It has made cricket into a sport which need not be confined to a handful of countries. In a decade from now, a lot of countries could have their own T20 leagues in line with RCL. But that’s not the only success of RCL. It has given opportunities to a lot of cricketers – Cricketers who not only play at the First Class level but also for those who play and excel on the streets of India’s small towns and villages – quite literally.

The teams included in the tournament have been named in the following way:

  • Ajmer Meru Warriors
  • Bikaner Desert Challengers
  • Jaipur Pink City Royals
  • Jodhpur Jodhana Royals
  • Kota Chambal Tigers
  • Udaipur Mewad Royals

Kota Chambal Tigers

Rajwada Cricket League – RCL T20 2017 is all set to roar again with Kota Chambal Tigers in January 2017 for RCL T20 championship. Aspiring cricketing talent of Rajasthan and passionate about cricket will show their move at Cricketing Talent Foundation. The Rajwada Cricket League 2017 with long-term efforts, which helps cultivate drive, sustainability, passion, courage, stamina & Confidence among participants like Kota Chambal Tigers, Ajmer Meru Warriors, Udaipur Mewar Royals, Bikaner Deserts Challengers, Jaipur Pink City Royals, Jodhpur Jodhana Royals, Chittor’s Chetak, Jaisalmer Jaguars.

Upcoming Cricket Tournaments Kota, RCL T20 Championship for the year 2017 stands apart because of its thoughtfulness and efforts towards creating career opportunities for young cricketers of India. RCL T20 matches 2017, RCL Kota Live Score, RCL T20 Matches, RCL live Score, RCL T20 League, RCL T20 Matches, RCL T20 Winner, Kota Chambal Tiger Results and Kota Chambal Tigers news live on NEO sports along with that you can also watch KCT Cricket Team, KCT live Score, KCT Results, Kota Cricket team, Cricket Tournaments Kota and KCT News as Kota Chambal Tigers are the winner of RCL champions 2016

The Role of Cricket in the India

The roots of cricket can be traced to 16th century England, the country with which the sport is still most often associated. At the close of the 18th century, cricket had in fact become England’s national sport. With the expansion of the British Empire in the following decades, cricket was introduced to many parts of the world including Australasia, England, India, and Southern Africa. Although cricket was introduced to North America as well, the sport hasn’t enjoyed as much popularity in the United States as it has in other countries. Nevertheless, the United States was one of the teams in the first international cricket match in 1844. The United States team played against Canada, where the sport is considerably more popular. There are three basic forms of cricket, although the fundamentals of the game are quite similar. First-class games are played over a period of four days, although this may be extended to five days in certain cases. Some tour matches may be played over a period of three-days only.

Rajwada Cricket is a very interesting game. It is a very popular sports in India. Indian cricket team is a powerful side in all three major cricket formats, viz. Test cricket (first class cricket),  50 over One-day cricket, and Twenty-20 (limited to 20 overs each) cricket.

Cricket in India is the most popular and most watched sport as compared to all other sports in India. The passion, the craze, the thrill and the excitement that the spectators experience is in-matchable to that of any other sport. Cricket in India is like Football in Brazil or Spain. The enthusiasm and the excitement is above all other things. Cricket in India is everyone’s favorite (still there are few who doesn’t like the hype of the game) and is played by most people. People here in India can talk cricket all the time.

Although the game play and rules are very different, the basic concept of cricket is similar to that of baseball. Teams bat in successive innings and attempt to score runs, while the opposing team fields and attempts to bring an end to the batting team’s innings. After each team has batted an equal number of innings (either one or two, depending on conditions chosen before the game), the team with the most runs wins. In cricket, a substitute player can be introduced on for an injured fielder. However, a substitute should not bat, bowl, keep wicket or act as captain. The player who was injured can come back if he has recovered.

  • Each team is made up of 11 players.
  • The bowler must bowl 6 legal deliveries to constitute an over.
  • A game must have two umpires stood at either end of the wicket. The umpires then must count the number of balls in the over, make decisions on whether the batsmen is out after an appeal and also check that the bowler has bowled a legal delivery.
  • A batsmen can be given out by either being bowled ( the ball hitting their stumps), caught (fielder catches the ball without it bouncing), Leg Before Wicket (the ball hits the batsmen’s pads impeding its line into the stumps), stumped (the wicket keeper strikes the stumps with their gloves whilst the batsmen is outside of their crease with ball in hand), hit wicket (the batsmen hits their own wicket).
  • Handled ball ( the batsmen handles the cricket ball on purpose), timed out (the player fails to reach the crease within 30 seconds of the previous batsmen leaving the field), hit ball twice (batsmen hits the cricket ball twice with their bat) and obstruction ( the batsmen purposely prevents the fielder from getting the ball).
  • Test cricket is played over 5 days where each team has two innings (or two chances to bat).
  • The scores are then cumulative and the team with the most runs after each innings is the winner.
  • One Day cricket in played with 50 overs. Each team has 50 overs to bat and bowl before swapping and doing the previous discipline. The team with the most runs at the end of the game wins.