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

Cricket : A Gentlemen’s Game!

The origins of cricket lie somewhere in the Dark Ages – probably after the Roman Empire, almost certainly before the Normans invaded England, and almost certainly somewhere in Northern Europe. All research concedes that the game derived from a very old, widespread and uncomplicated pastime by which one player served up an object, be it a small piece of wood or a ball, and another hit it with a suitably fashioned club. Cricket is a national sports of England. Today Cricket is a very popular game in some countries. But it is not played everywhere in the world. Cricket is a thrill both to play the game and to watch it and its importance is no less than any sporting event. The game also encourages team spirit, fosters discipline, helps build up character and brings out the quality of leadership.

The game of Cricket is played between two sides, each having eleven players. The cricket ball is rather small and very hard. On the wicket at each end there are three sticks with bails on them. One batsman stands at each end while a bowler throws the ball to hit the sticks on stumps. The batsman stands before the stumps to hit the ball before it hits the stumps. While one side fields and bowls, the other side bats. Two umpires conduct the game. The game of the  Rajwada Cricket League is also a good specimen of division of work. Every player has a specific job to fulfill. The bowlers are expert in bowling. The batsman makes runs with his bat. The wicket-keeper knows well about his job. And, all the players that take to fielding try hard to save runs.

Kota Chambal Tigers Players

KEY PLAYERS:
Three functions of the players are:

Batsmen: one who scores runs of the balls bowled by the bowler.

Bowler: One who bowls, and tries to get the batsmen “out” (dismissed from the ground).

Fielder: Players (10) who assist the bowler in achieving his goal, and prevent the batsmen from scoring runs.

Runs can be scored in a number of ways: each time that the batting pair is able to run between the all wickets after the RCL T20 ball has been bowled (and before the stumps are or potentially can be touched with the ball) a run is scored. If the ball travels outside of the playing area, and it has touched the ground prior to leaving the playing area, 4 runs are scored. If the ball does not touch the ground on its way out, 6 runs are scored.

The object for the bowling side is to dismiss the batsmen as economically as possible. Once the process is complete the roles are reversed, i.e. the side which were batting then bowl and the bowling side then bat. This reversal may happen only the once (typically in ‘one-day’ or ‘limited overs’ cricket) or twice, as in county or international test match cricket. There are three main factors that contribute to developing a bowling injury:

  • Technique;
  • Physical preparation; and
  • Bowling workload