U-14 school premier league tournament launched

The one-month long School Premier League tournament will feature 32 teams and 31 matches in a round robin format and will begin on October 10.

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The first edition of Radiance Reality School Premier League – 20 over-a-side U-14 cricket tournament – open to schools across Chennai from October 10 at the Lalaji Memorial Omega International School in Kolapakkam.

This initiative is brought to you by The Hindu Group.

The one-month long tournament will feature 32 teams and 31 matches in a round robin format.

To further hone and build their talent, the top three players of the series will be offered scholarship in the form of a three-month specialised coaching stint at Gen Next, the cricket academy run by international cricketer R. Ashwin.

The event is presented by Radiance Reality, and powered by Indian Terrain Boy and Lalaji Memorial Omega International School. The Associate Sponsors include XL1, Parasu Dental Hosiptal and GenNext. The media media partner is Sportstar and is brought to you by The Hindu Group.
 

The teams confirmed

St Bedes, Santhome, Jawahar Vidyalaya, PS Senior, Lalaji Omega International School, Bala Vidya Mandir, PSBB KK Nagar, Ramachandra Public School, Nellai Nadar, Chettinaad Vidhyashram, AVM Rajeshwari, PSBB (Siruseri), AM Jain, DAV Public School (Velachery), St Patrick's, Marg Vidyalaya (Tambaram), Chellammal Vidyalaya (Nanganallur), APL Global, PSBB T Nagar, St John's (Medavakkam), Vedanta Academy, Jai Jai Shankara International School, Don Bosco (Egmore), Harishree Vidhyalaya, Government Higher Secondary School (West Mambalam)