Nov 5, Sat 7 pm,on TV Asia- Ryerson vs NJIT ! Parties across USA & Canada!

Ryerson’s Numan Islam cuts

 This Saturday at 7 pm on TV Asia, Ryerson University takes on the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) in NYC to see which team gets to the finals of the American College Cricket Northeast Cahmpionship. 

The team from Ryerson University made the 9 hour drive from Toronto to New York City because they wanted to be a part of American College Cricket- playing in the American College Cricket Northeast Championship meant being a part of one of the best things to happen for cricket in over 100 years.
Then the team found out that the Semis and Finals would be televised ! The players could only have dreamed of such an opportunity before – now it was going to be a reality !
Ryerson University, led by Hasan Abbas had just defeated 2010 Chanderpaul Trophy winner York University to win the Canadian Championship, and came to NYC with a fearsome reputation.
The team from the New Jersey Institute of Technology, led by Prem Bhagavati, had only come together for the American College Cricket Spring Break Championship in March, where they did not do well.
With practice since then however, they elevated their performance and went undefeated in the Northeast Championship to reach the final four.   
This is the 2nd game of the college cricket season which TV Asia is televising ball by ball – watch, hold parties to watch, and promote it in your schools and everywhere possible.
Matches are scheduled for Nov 5, Nov 12, Nov 19, Nov 26 & Dec 3. More games may be televised.
For Universities/Colleges :
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TV Asia already is carried by the following Universities :
Rutgers Universty
Auburn University
Kansas State University
Stanford University
Union College (Schenectady)
University of Wisconsin Madison
Western Michigan University
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