India at Nottingham

IFCR INDIA TEAMS WHICH PARTICIPATED IN 8TH WRC FESTIVAL AT NOTTINGHAM,UK 13-18 JULY 2014

Ind N'ham MehtaThe 8th World Rotary Cricket Festival began with a gala opening ceremony in the University of Nottingham convention hall on 13th July evening.

Norman Brown presents a trophy to Mehul Mehta from Mumbai who was the only bowler who took a hat trick.

All the Indian teams and some of them with their families took part with a typical enthusiasm of a Rotary Cricket Festival in which they have been participating in abundance since Durban South Africa in March 2010.

There were in excess of 100 players from IFCR India who were part of the playing teams in the festival, splitting in to seven playing teams (eventually it became eight as one set of seven players from IFCR India, Hyderabad/ Vijayawada playing under Pakistan country banner making it a unique combination of Indo/ Pak team true to the fellowship ideals of Rotary and IFCR).

When eventually the curtains came down on the festival on the evening of 18th July 2014 with an entertaining closing ceremony, the teams left Nottingham with pleasant memories of each adding a score of new IFCRians in their friendship dairy, once again proving that such fellowship meets of Rotary enhances the bonding and love with one another cutting across the global boundaries and makes you feel an integral part of the wonderful universal family of Rotary.

The following are the team pictures of IFCR India group which were part of the 8th WRCF at Nottingham,UK along with two individual recognitions for their achievements in the festival.

KRP SARATHY,
CHAIRMAN,IFCR INDIA
( WEBMASTER)

The teams were Chennai Super Kings, Eastern Eagles, Indian Hurricanes, Indian Warriors, Indian Lions, Royal Indians and Southern Indians

Ind N'ham Southern  Southern Indians

Ind N'ham CSK  Chennai Super Kings

Ind N'ham Eagles

 

  Eastern Eagles from Kolkata (left) and Indian Lions from Mumbai/Gujarat (below)

Ind N'ham Lions

Ind N'ham Hyderabad   Indian Warriors from Hyderabad and Vijayawada

Ind N'ham Hurricanes  Indian Hurricanes from Bengaluru

Ind N'ham Royal  Royal Indians from Mumbai