Street Cricket Champions 2
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Street Cricket Champions is a backyard cricket game series released exclusively in India for PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, and PlayStation 3 (with PlayStation Move functionality). It was the first series of cricket games to be developed in India, by Mumbai-based studio Trine Games, as well as the first video games based on gully cricket.
Street Cricket Champions is the first ever cricket game developed for the PS2 and PSP by an Indian game development studio. Released exclusively for India, it is a depiction of a freestyle cricket game called 'gully cricket' or 'street cricket' usually played in the streets of India.
Street Cricket Champions is a fast paced, arcade styled street cricket action game. It focuses on team play and tactics present in the freestyle game which is played all around India. Street Cricket Champions consists of four-on-four cricket games. The game features over 13 detailed environments from the Indian and around the world settings. It includes 10 unique Indian characters and the customization options to create and customize your own characters.
Play it your way: customize matches and tournaments to suit your playing style. Master a range of dynamic batting and bowling techniques and bring bonus objects into play. Select your squad from ten international teams and conquer the world of street cricket.
Church Street Park in Morrisville, North Carolina will host the Conference Finals on Saturday Oct. 2, and the championship match on Sunday Oct. 3. The first match on Saturday, at 10 a.m., will see the Empire State Titans face the New Jersey Stallions in the Atlantic Conference Final. In the afternoon, beginning at 2.30 p.m., the Golden State Grizzlies will match up against the Silicon Valley Strikers in the Pacific Conference Final. The conference final winners will play in the showpiece Championship Final taking place at 2 p.m. on Sunday, with the grand prize of $125,000 going to the first-ever Toyota Minor League Cricket Champions.
Finals weekend at Church Street Park, located only 15 miles from downtown Raleigh, is free to attend for all games. Fans will have the opportunity to meet and greet with international star cricketers, enjoy local food trucks, music and a family activity zone.
To register your club or league, begin by logging in to your individual account at my.usacricket.org. In the left hand navigation, click My Teams/Leagues, and select the appropriate team or league. In the top right click purchase membership, select the desired membership, and enter payment information if applicable. As a reminder, there is no cost for the introductory membership through June 30, 2018.
The conference finals matchups for the 2022 Toyota Minor League Cricket Championship presented by Sunoco are now set following an intense weekend of playoff action in four locations across the country. Both conference finals will take place at Church Street Park in Morrisville, NC on Saturday, Aug. 27. The winners of each match will advance to the championship final, to be held at the same venue under the lights on Sunday, Aug. 28, at 5:00 p.m.
The action on Saturday will begin with the Pacific Conference final starting at 1:00 p.m. The defending champions, the Silicon Valley Strikers, will face the Seattle Thunderbolts, newcomers to the playoffs this season. The Strikers defeated the Chicago Tigers to advance to the conference final, winning the series 2-1 at Morgan Hill Sports Complex in the Bay Area. Seattle clinched their spot with a barnstorming display on Sunday, beating Dallas 2-0 in Houston with wins by 33 and 108 runs respectively.
The finals weekend festival at Church Street Park, located only 15 miles from downtown Raleigh, is free to attend for all games. The winning team will take home $150,000 out of a total $350,000 total purse, the largest in American cricket history. The Finals Weekend schedule is as follows:
Finals Weekend will conclude the second season of the Toyota Minor League Crick