Gravity Solutions' Galaxy CC(CADSS) won a thriller of a game against Midwest Cricket Conference in the State Games of Michigan.
Midwest won the toss and elected to bat. Yousuf and Abhijeet were the top scorers for Midwest with 71 and 77 not out respectively. Midwest ended up scoring 167 in the allotted 20 overs.
Gravity Solutions' Galaxy CC(CADSS) started of quick but lost 3 quick wickets and was left stranded at 55 at the end of the 7th over. Jodhbir Singh took the lead and played the match winning knock of 53. With 29 required from 3 overs Jodhbir fell and the responsibility was on Sujesh Pulikkal and Saad Khan to see the team through. Saad fell with 19 required of 2 overs. Sujesh made the best use of some slow left arm bowling by scoring 11 runs despite losing wickets on the other end.
Mahesh Surya walked out with 8 runs required. After successfully managing to score a couple of runs, Mahesh was tasked with scoring 6 of the last ball. Mahesh danced down the track and deposited the ball way over long on to seal the victory and did a Dhoni like self punch to his helmet grill. It was jubilation all around for Gravity Solutions' Galaxy CC(CADSS) and Mahesh was given the name "Sixer Surya" for his feat of emulating a Miandadesque 6 of the last ball.
Midwest: 167 for 4 in 20 overs (Yusuf - 71, Abhijeet - 77) lost to Galaxy CC: 168 for 7 in 20 overs (Jodhbir - 53, Saad Khan - 25)
Gravity Solutions Galaxy CC-CADSS is participating in the Meijer State Games of Michigan Cricket Tournament to be held from Jun 21st - 23rd, 2013.
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Galaxy Cricket Club is a not-for-profit organization, duly registered with the State of Michigan.We are a full member club with United States of America Cricket Association - USACA (http://www.usaca.org) [An Associate member with International Cricket Council - ICC International Cricket Council (http://www.icc-cricket.com/)],affiliated through Great Lakes Cricket Conference - GLCC ( http:/www.greatlakescricket.org/) [A full member league with USACA].
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Universal Cricket Club (Galaxy’s 40 over team) was the winner of the GLCC 40 over League in 2012.
Universal beat Great Lakes Cricket Academy by 3 wickets and 9 balls to spare. Rahul Chaoji was the Man of the Finals with an outstanding performance of 65 runs with the bat and 3 wickets with the ball. He was well supported by Mahesh Surya at the start of the innings and then Kondareddy after Mahesh’s wicket fell.
GLCA – 188 all out in 39 overs
Universal – 189 for 7 in 38.3 overs
Galaxy Cricket Club was the winner of the GLCC 20 over Division 1 Championship in 2012.
Galaxy Cricket Club beat Advance Technology Group Cricket Club in the 20 over Division 1 Championship by 46 runs. Phalgun took the honors for the Man of the Finals after scoring 90 runs and picking up 2 wickets. Galaxy Cricket Club did an amazing job on the field to defend 138 with some tight bowling and amazing catching.
Galaxy – 138/9 in 20 overs
ATGC – 92 all out in 20 overs
Chairman,Galaxy Cricket Club
He is currently the chairman of Galaxy Cricket Club.
President,Galaxy Cricket Club
Hariharan Radhakrishnan Found the passion for cricket right from age of 9. His cousin Venkatramanan, an all rounder was his role model. Under his cousin's guidance Hari shined as a batsman and wicket keeper. He played at school and college levels.
After his studies Hari played club level cricket in Chennai. He then moved to the US as his career beckoned and started playing in the US. After almost 3 years Hari formed his own team and captained the same under the Galaxy Umbrella. He is now a part of the Galaxy Cricket Club administration for the exceptional leadership qualities he exhibited on and off the field.
Secretary,Galaxy Cricket Club
Phalgun showed interest in cricket at a very young age and slowly this interest transformed into his representation for the districts at the age of 12. He was the Vice- Captain of the Tamil Nadu state team in the year 1999-2000.
(cricinfo profile). An opening bowler and opening batsman, he captained the combined districts and district teams. During that season he was conferred the "Pattabhiraman Award" for his performance in the domestic circuit, by Tamilnadu Cricket Association.
Treasurer,Galaxy Cricket Club
Started his cricket career with his school playing as a right arm off-spinner and later had to let his passion go away in lieu of his career.
In 2005/06 as the treasurer of Domestic non-profit corporation Galaxy Recreation in association with Dr Krishnanpillai Thavarajah, Sankar Renganathan and Sethuraman Chellappa, he initiated three great successful cricket projects.
* Identified and built the cricket playing facilities at the Murphy Park, Pontiac, MI
* Camp Galaxy to train young cricketers 12-23 with highly qualified coaches in Murphy Park, Pontiac, MI.
* First in History an inter association/city/academy tournament in Bloomer Park for young men under 14 where the then Michigan Cricket Association/Michigan Cricket Academy pulled a team together with MidWest Cricket Academy and Greater Chicago Cricket Academy and participated.
Later he served the Great Lakes Cricket Conference [GLCC] in the ground sub-committee including a term as chair. He has been instrumental in the identification of many ground facilities in this state playable for cricket.
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