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Birmingham Cricket Club Wins ACL EIS Cricket Championship

Birmingham Cricket Club (BCC) of Alabama won the ‘ACL EIS League Championship 2008’ by beating Blazers of Marietta, GA by five wickets.

Atlanta Cricket League (ACL) in its second year of inception has successfully completed its championship league for 2008 season with 40 teams and over 600-player participation.
The League championship ran for 18 weeks and more than 300 games were played with a lot of commitment and sporting spirit. The final game played at North Park, Alpharetta, GA
was attended by more than 200 people cheering their favorite team and game. The final match was followed by a presentation ceremony and dinner.

ACL was formed to provide organized participation for casual cricket players and cricket enthusiasts all over North Georgia. It provides perfect a platform to satisfy the cricketing appetite for all cricket lovers, irrespective of their age and skill. Professionally managed and promoted, ACL organizes competitive and exciting cricketing events that bring families and communities together. In addition to League championship, ACL has also organized ‘Dosa Houze Double Wicket Tournament’ and is planning to organize a ‘kids camp’ in Sept'08.

Speaking at the ceremony Kiran Pasham, President of EiS Technologies expressed total satisfaction with the way the league was organized and said he was proud to be the title sponsor. He also promised to extend support to the league in coming years. Double wicket sponsor Goutham Goli of Dosa Houze said ACL has brought up player commitment levels towards the game in Atlanta.

ACL committee president Venu Pisike in his vote of thanks said ACL is motivated to organize more events with the support of players and sponsors. ACL had 16 corporate sponsors for the year 2008. All the committee members including Mahesh Pawar, Vikram Sudini, Sudan Varadachari, Kiran Manchikanti, Shyam Kasturi and Rakesh Gandavarapu along with other sponsors were present during the ceremony.

“ACL would like to thank all it's sponsors, teams and all the volunteers who has made this year's Championship a huge successes. Inspired by the successes of 2008, ACL is determined to organize more fun filled and exciting cricketing events in the coming years,” said a press release issued here by the ACL committee.


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