The ICSL Hurricanes Champions League is a partnership between the Hobart Hurricanes and the Inter Cultural Sports League (ICSL) which provides a platform for people from multicultural backgrounds to connect through the great game of T20 cricket.
There will be 12 teams across 69 matches this season from different countries, including players from: India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, Syria and Australia.
The grand prize is $3,000 for the winner to help establish their cricket club and build capacity.
There will be six umpired T20 matches at two different grounds every Sunday during the tournament which runs from Sunday 14 October 2018 through to Semi-Finals and the Grand Final on Sunday 3 February 2019.
This season is another chance to grow the tournament further while providing a good sporting experience for disadvantaged communities around Hobart.
To play or get involved, please contact the Inter Cultural Sports League:
Tel: 0405 668 155 Fax: 0405 668 155
Check out all the action every Sunday at a ground near you in the Greater Hobart region.
The ICSL Hurricanes Champions League is a Hurricanes Foundation supported initiative.
2017-18 Season - ICSL Hurricanes Champions League Summary
Two of the best teams reached last season’s Grand Final in TPS – Tasmanian Punjabi Sports Club, which remained undefeated for the whole tournament, playing against the Pak Eagles – another strong outfit.
Both teams have a very interesting history with their origins of India and Pakistan showcasing national pride in the cricket world.
However, the spirit displayed for the Grand Final was that of unity and harmony and a celebration of the great love of cricket.
At the end of their 20 overs, the TPS mounted a massive total of 5/196 providing a big task for the Pak Eagles to chase down.
Knowing a quick start was vital for the Pak Eagles, they were unable put together enough partnerships to make a real dent in TPS’s imposing total and stumbled to be all out in 14 overs with 105 on the board.
Man Of The Match was Gagan Virk with 41 runs and 3 wickets for the TPS.
His teammate Sarwan Kumar was awarded Player Of The Tournament, amassing 300 runs and taking 20 wickets for the season.
The best first year team was awarded to the Gurkha Legends while the Fair Play Award went to the Derwent Scorpions for their cheerful performance and aligning with the Hurricanes Champions League vision.