Himachal Pradesh Rural Cricket League

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Himachal Pradesh Rural Cricket League
SportTwenty20 Cricket
AbbreviationHPRCL
Founded2011
AffiliationIndian Premier Corporate League
Affiliation dateJanuary-2011
Affiliation date2011
LocationShimla, HP, India
SecretaryShri Narinder Verma
Official website
www.hprcl20.com

The Himachal Pradesh Rural Cricket League (HPRCL) is a Twenty20 Cricket League. Founded in 2011, HPRCL is associated with the Indian Premier Corporate League and Indian Twenty20 Cricket Federation, and aims to provide a platform for talented but poor cricket players from rural and remote areas.

Shri Narinder Verma is the First Director of the Himachal Pradesh Rural Cricket League.

Teams[edit]

  • Ghannahatti Gladiators
  • Chopal Sultans of Speed
  • Rampur Dashing Dudes
  • Dhundan Typhoons
  • Kinnauri Icicles
  • Sunni Panthers
  • Junga Jaguars
  • Arki Rajputana's
  • Theog Hawks
  • Kotkhai Cowboys
  • Jubbal Royals
  • Rohru Blasters
  • Kasauli Go-n-Getters
  • Darla Dominators
  • Palampur Pythons
  • Manali Invincibles
  • Rajghari Cheetas
  • Sujanpur Bulls
  • Bajaura Tornados
  • Sundernagar Dragons
  • Karsog Big Bullets

Team managers - 2011[edit]

Sr. No. Team Name Team Manager Name
1. Ghannahati Gladiators Shri Ravinder Chauhan
2. Chopal Sultans of Speed Shri Rakesh Bickta
3. Rampur Dashing Dudes Shri Sunny Mehta
4. Dhundan Typhoons Shri Varinder Kumar

Director of HPRCL[edit]

The post of Director of HPRCL is the most prestigious post in the HPRCL.

Sr. No. Name Join Leave
1. Mr. Narinder Verma January 2011

History[edit]

Himachal Pradesh Rural Cricket League was founded in 2011.

Tournaments and trophies - 2011[edit]

  • HPRCL - 2011 (29 December 2011 to 31 December 2011)

HPRCL - 2011, the title Trophy was won by Ghannahatti Gladiators under captain Shri Praveen Chauhan. Ghannahatti Gladiators bowled out Dhundan Typhoons with a score of 49 and got a score of 50 with 2 wickets down in just 5 overs. Shri Mohd Abid (Dhundan Typhoons) got Man of the Tournament Trophy, Shri Praveen Chauhan(Ghannahati Gladiators) won best Batsman of the Tournament and Shri Manoj Kumar(Ghannahati Gladiators) won best Bowler of the Tournament.

  • Lt. Surat Ram Rajta Memorial Trophy (20 August 2011 to 22 August 2011)

LSRR Memorial Trophy, won by Chopal Sultans of Speed under captain Shri Praveen Dogra.

References[edit]

  • Reporter, City (4 January 2012). "Gramin pratibhaon ko milega sahara (Rural talents will get support)". Divya Himachal.
  • "superking team ke liye honge trials". Dainik Bhaskar. 4 January 2012.
  • "Himachal me T20 Cricket Pratiyogita 30 se (T20 Cricket championships in Himachal from 30th)". Dainik Jagran. 4 January 2012.
  • Bureau, AU (4 January 2012). "Himachal me honge Gramin Cricket League Match (There will be Rural Cricket League Matches in Himachal)". Amar Ujala Bureau.

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