Women's Sports Group
This year, in appreciation of the Indian Women’s Cricket team reaching the Finals of the Women’s ICC World Cup, we initiated the idea of having a Women’s Cricket game. Fast forward - Welcome August 13th 2017, we decided to hold a women's cricket tournament. A group of ladies got the opportunity to mingle and play healthy competitive cricket. Most of them realized how good it felt to release the endorphin. The tournament resulted in the creation of a women only sports group. It started off with a group of four women and within one month it has grown to a group of 50. Some of the sports currently being played are - Cricket, badminton, tennis, biking and hiking. There are weekly schedules for each activity. Ladies are also encouraged to pair up with another lady and post their own schedules. Each activity has a lead. These activities would not have been possible without the cooperative effort of all the enthusiastic sports loving ladies. It's a great community feeling and we welcome all to join in and most importantly participate in any sport of their choice. To join please use the contacts below: Runa Saraswat : firstname.lastname@example.org, 551-482-3706 (whatsapp only)
Love Cricket Dil Se! If it is far more than just a game - its cricket!!!
Most men have sports hard wired in them. With ladies it's a different story as our priorities are never sports. There is always something – work, full time house hold duties, families or kids, etc to take care of. Time to break out of that norm.
Come, join and watch us in action every Saturday and or Sunday starting April 2018 (to November) from 9 AM - 10.30 AM in the cricket field next to Riker hill in Livingston.
We started the ladies cricket with a group of 4 ladies in August 2017 and within one month we are a group of 18 ladies that regularly show up for weekly practices. The idea is to go out there, get some fresh air, have some fun, exercise and come back rejuvenated. We will also be participating in tournaments this year.
It's a great community feeling of togetherness. Ladies that play together stay together. Cricket is highly contagious and we hope you will catch this fever. See you on the grounds on Saturday.