Indiana Cricket 2014 Awards
2014 INDIANA CRICKET AWARDS – School, Youth & Women Cricket
Best-in-school (PE Classes) Cricket Education Program.
HEIDI STAN – Riverside Junior High, HSE Schools, Fishers
In-School (PE Classes) Instructor of the Year, Cricket Coaching Education.
EILEEN RICHARDS – Highland Hills Middle School, New Albany Floyd County schools, Georgetown.
School Cricket Coach of the Year
MATTHEW SHIRK – Athletic Director & PE Teacher, Gambold Preparatory Magnet High School, Indianapolis Public Schools.
School Cricket Player of the Year.
JACQLYNN NEWSOM – Gambold Preparatory Magnet High School, Indianapolis Public Schools
Youth Cricket Coach of the Year – After school and other community programs
AIAY LAKHE – Fort Wayne Youth Cricket Association, Fort Wayne
Youth Cricket Player of the Year – After school programs – Boys
NEEL JITESH BHATE – Fishers
Women Player of the Year
RUTUJA CHINTAWAR – Warsaw Warriors Women’s team, Warsaw
2014 INDIANA CRICKET TOP FIVE, STAR AWARDS (Hard leather ball)
“INDIANA CRICKETER OF THE YEAR”
DEVIN PATEL – Rushville, IN
Ambassador of Indiana Cricket who played most of his games far away from home, He was player of three out of state cricket teams and two other teams. Played a few national tournaments (highest possible level for professional cricket) in USA. During 2014 year he has played in many States, including far away west in California, down south in Florida, in southwest Texas and many more States. Besides playing in the Ohio Bases Midwest Cricket Tournament – T35 regular season league & MCT Titans T20, he was also a member of MCT All-stars Chargers in the ACF national cricket league. He also participant in the Los Angeles Open, USA Open, Friendship Cup T20, and the inaugural Houston Open T10. He holds the high honor for playing with many reputed International and national players as his teammates in USA.
Over all he is a player who can contribute in every department including wicket keeping. He started early in the season with the Columbus Ohio based Buckeye Scarlet XI with the MCT Titan Cup championship. He was the top scorer for his team as well as for MCT Titan Cup.
MCT- Titan Cup T20 – Played all 9 games, 325 runs scored in 9 Innings with the highest score of 76. He scored 30+ and 50+ three times a 36.11 average. As a bowler he has figures of 32 – 0 –146 – 12 and an economy rate of 4.45, He grabbed 3 or more wickets twice with the best-bowling figure of 4 for 13. While fielding, he took three catches.
MCT- T35 – regular season league, Buckeye Scarlet missed the Final, as he played just nine games and scored 238 runs in 9 Innings (1 not out) with his highest score being 62,. He scored 30+ twice, and scored 50+ once. His bowling performance was 54 – 5 – 180 – 18 with an economy ratio of 3.33. He grabbed 3 or more wickets three times with the best bowling figures of 4 for 15. While fielding his contributions included 7 dismissals, 6 catches and a run out.
Devin Patel was a member of championship teams in Houston, Texas and many other notable tournaments like the US Open in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the LA Open in Los Angeles, California and the Friendship Cup in Chicago, Illinois.
“BOWLER OF THE YEAR”
Karthik Thinnanur of CICC-1
Karthik Thinnanur was Indiana’s leading wicket-taker (41 wickets) and a consistent performer. He guided his team to two championships (Titan -T20 & MCT- T35 – regular season leagues) games.
For MCT Titan T20, he played 6 games with 1figures of 9.0 – 1 – 90 – 11 and an economy rate of 4.74. On three occasions, he grabbed 3 or more wickets with best bowling figures of 3/10. He also contributed with 4 dismissals, 3 catches and a run out.
In the MCT T35 he played 14 games with figures of 76.3 – 4 – 312 – 30 and an economy rate of 4.09 per/ He grabbed 3 or more wickets on 5 occasions with best bowling figures of 4/12
“BATSMAN OF THE YEAR”
Prasenjit Singh, CCI Captain & MCT All Star Charger’s Vice Captain
He was Indiana’s leading run scorer with more than 1,000 runs this year. He was a consistent performer at all levels, and contributed a brilliant 66 runs in a 20overs rain shortened historical tied game, in a 139 run chase for the MCT All-star Chargers vs. Pittsburgh All-stars in ACF’s national league. He played in both matches. Singh also played a major role in the Finalist MCT Chargers in the ACF’s National Championship. He played all four game including the Final in Orlando, Fl.
He the top ranked MCT T20 player, and played 6 games and scored 269 runs with three fifties at an average of 44.83 per.
He ranked 2nd in the MCT T35 regular season league. He played 11 games and scored 541 runs in 11 innings, including one not out. He enjoyed a high score of 114 not out. Besides the century, he reached 30+ scores twice and scored more than 50 four times.
“ALL ROUNDER OF THE YEAR”
MONIL GOKLANI of CICC-2
A consistent performer with critical contributions in all departments for the MCT Champions CICC-2, He was the victorious Man of the Match recipient for his 54 not out during the chase in the final title game.
In the MCT- T35 – regular season league, he played all 16 games, scored 367runs in 14 Innings (3 not out) with a high score of 54 not out (Championship Game). He scored 30+ three times, and scored 50+ twice. His Bowling performances included figures of 80.6 – 3 – 437 – 21 with an economy rate of 5.42. He grabbed 3 wickets on one occasion and had best bowling figures of 4 for 31. While fielding, his contributions included 4 dismissals, 3 catches and a run out.
In the MCT- Titan T20, He played 6 games with a bowling analysis of 14 – 0 – 71 – 6 and an economy rate of 5.07 per. In addition, he had best bowling figures of 3 for 22 and contributed in two dismissals – one catch and one run out. He only had two chances to bat in games and scored 35 only, with his highest score being 22 not out, with an average of 17.50 per inning.
“STAR AWARDS” (2)
AALOK TRIVEDI of CICC-2
This leading run scorer provided strong support for the 2014 MCT Champions CICC-2. He was the scoring leader in MCT- T35 (regular season league), where he played all 16 games, scored 571 runs in 16 Innings (2 not outs) with the highest score of 71. He scored 30+ twice and 50+ six times. He was the 2nd most leading contributor in fielding, totaling 19 dismissals – 14 catches, 2 stumpings, and 3 run outs.
MCT Titan T20, he played 7 games (twice not out) and scored 204 runs. With the highest score of 70 not out, and scored 30+ twice at 40.80 average. He was involved in 11 dismissals – 6 catches, 3 stumpings and 2 run outs.
GUHA RAMAN of CICC-2
This player had many great performances with important contributions in all departments for the MCT Champions CICC-2.
In the MCT- T35 – regular season league, he played all 16 games, scored 279 runs in 15 innings (2 not outs) with a high score of 75. He scored 30+ three times, and 50+ one time. His Bowling performance figures were 66 – 0 – 399 – 17 with an economy rate of 6.05, with best bowling figures of 3 for 25. While fielding, his contributions included 4 dismissals, 2 catches and 2 run outs.
For the MCT- Titan T20, he scored 103 runs in 7 Innings with a high score of 31 and a 17.17 average. He contributed with five dismissals – Three catches and two run outs.
2014 – INDIANA CRICKET “SPECIAL” STAR AWARDS (Leather Ball)
“SPECIAL HONORS – AWARDS” (4)
For their overall contributions to Indiana Cricket and representing Indiana at the National tournaments.
JAWAD CHAUDARI – CCI
MOHSIN KAPADIA – CCI
JOYDEEP CHAKRABARTI – CICC-1
CHIRAG AMBALIYA – CICC2
2014 – INDIANA CRICKET ALL-STAR TEAM (Hard leather ball)
Buckeye Cricket Club (OH) and 3 out of State teams.
Devin Patel (Rushville, IN)
2014 – INDIANA CRICKET “SPECIAL” STAR AWARDS (Soft Ball Cricket)
Joint winners for the successful Local/Regional Tournaments.
Indy Legends – Indianapolis & IUBCC – Bloomington