Colin Michael Jodah (10/01/1956 – 01/18/013), though legally blind, did the schedules for the 2010, 2011 & 2012 American College Cricket Spring Break Championships. Mammoth tasks, as we set a world record in 2010 by having 47 matches, then broke that record in 2011 by having 67 in 5 days !
The most ever for any cricket tournament in the world ! All of American College Cricket thanks Mike, elder brother of Lloyd, American College Cricket founder.
All matches on the schedule are shown as taking place on the 2 side-fields of the CBRP Cricket Stadium & 2 at Brian Piccolo Park- the actual Stadium matches will be picked from these and revealed later.
There are 4 Groups of 7. Each team plays 3 matches, within its Group & possibly outside. The Top 2 teams from each Group advance to the Elite 8 for the knockout stage. Advancing is based on POINTS.
The Final Four & the Finals’ matches, on March 17, will be filmed & shown on TV Asia. TV Asia has broadcast 21 American College Cricket matches since Oct 2011.
For 12 noon & 3 pm matches teams must be ready to play 1 hour before scheduled start (in case previous match ends early.
Click here for SCHEDULE : done by Jamie Lloyd & CricHQ’s Competition Management
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