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10 Colleges to compete for The Deryck Jodah Trophy !

 For some time I’ve searched for a way to honor the Jodah family’s contribution to cricket. But realized if I called an award “The Jodah Trophy” people would assume I was naming it after myself.   Then 2 Sundays ago, I had dinner with my brother Colin Michael, at Boulder Creek Restaurant. We were there accidentally, as...
Posted 25 Sep 2012 | NEWS,Rutgers,York College (CUNY) | 0 Comments

North East Conference teams set ! Semis & Finals on TV again.

1st North East Champs Rutgers in 2010,with 2008 Ms Teen Bahamas Shanae. Last year the North East Championship became the first ever cricket to be televised in USA & Canada as American College Cricket once more, this time with TV Asia, raised the bar for the game.    Rutgers and...
Posted 09 Sep 2012 | NEWS,NYU,Rutgers,Universities | 0 Comments

Rutgers names team for the Nationals, gets sendoff feature by Daily Targum !

Rutgers University won the 2010 American College Cricket North East Championship led by captain Nisarg Choksi, and have shown an ability to play as a tight unit. Their Club President Hardik Jogani is a 2011 Club President of the Year, played a major role in TV Asia becoming the Exclusive...
Posted 08 Mar 2012 | 2012,Nationals,NEWS,Rutgers,Universities | 0 Comments

Rutgers’ Hardik Jogani – a 2011 Club President of the Year !

Each of the nearly 50 College Clubs that are members of American College Cricket has a President, as well as other executives such as a Secretary and Treasurer,sometimes a Vice-President.   Without the Club President and Executive (or E-Board) there would be no teams to play Championships, no College Players...
Posted 10 Jan 2012 | NEWS,Rutgers | 0 Comments

Thrilling 1st match on TV ! 4 runs to win in 2 balls ! What happened next ?

Saturday Oct 29,in the annals of world cricket will be looked back on as one of the most important days – Rutgers University played NYU-Polytechnic on TV in USA and Canada.   And what a game it was ! Coming down to the last over, the last ball !  ...
Posted 30 Oct 2011 | NEWS,NYU,Rutgers | 0 Comments

Sat Oct 29, 7pm on TV Asia : Rutgers vs NYU-Poly, historic first !

Though largely unknown now, in 1844 one of the most signicficant events in world history happened in New York City. For the first time two countries did battle, not on a battle field, but on a playing field. The event was the first ever international sports event – a cricket...
Posted 27 Oct 2011 | CRICKET TV,NEWS,NYU,Rutgers | 0 Comments

Rutgers & Tata Institute launch India Center ! Rutgers plays on TV Sat Oct 29 !

RUTGERS, TATA INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL SCIENCE LAUNCH INDIA CENTER FOR SUSTAINABLE GROWTH AND TALENT DEVELOPMENT Rutgers University Press Release             NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – If strength truly lies in numbers, then India, with a population that includes more than 550 million citizens under 25, has the potential to develop one...
Posted 25 Oct 2011 | NEWS,OTHER STUFF,Rutgers | 0 Comments

How to get TV Asia on Campus, & at Home ! College Cricket & more !

For Universities/Colleges : TV Asia’s distribution partners International Media Distributors has a program for distribution in Colleges – tell the University Relations Dept in your colleges. Educational Partners: http://www.imediadistribution.com/resources In an effort to enhance educational programs for students, International Media Distribution is proud to connect schools across the United States...
Posted 14 Oct 2011 | Auburn,CRICKET TV,NEWS,OTHER STUFF,Rutgers | 0 Comments

Photos – Northeast Championship !

TV Asia will be showing the 2 Semis and the Finals of the American College Cricket Northeast Championship beginning Saturday,Oct 29. The schedule: 7 pm Sat Oct 29 -Rutgers University vs NYU-Polytechnic 7pm Sat Nov 5 – NJ Istitute of Technology vs Ryerson University 7pm Sat Nov 12- FINALS TV...
Posted 13 Oct 2011 | NEWS,NJ Institute of Tech,NYU,Rutgers,Ryerson University | 0 Comments

American College Cricket on TV in USA & Canada – Schedule starts Oct 29 !

In 2008 American College Cricket pioneered cricket on Facebook then Twitter, and now on Google plus. The New York Times was persuaded to cover the first nationals, the American College Cricket Spring Break Championship in March 2009.   Then in March 2010 American College Cricket was first to broadcast domestic cricket in the USA and Canada, when the...
Posted 11 Oct 2011 | Auburn,NEWS,Rutgers,Universities | 0 Comments