Mississauga Ramblers Cricket and Cultural Club is based in Mississauga from Canada . The club has celebrate their 50 anniversary on 9th June 2016. The club was established in 1966 with aim of promoting the game of cricket specifically at the grass root level. The club is currently affiliated with Toronto and districts Cricket association, Hamilton District Cricket league, Cricket Council of Toronto , Cricket Canada.
The club has one of the fast growing Cricket Club in Canada who caters currently 7 men’s team and 4 Junior teams and social Squad and the club also organize the Cricket academy for Grass root level Cricket and the youth to generate the enthusiasm in them.
Currently the club is continuing with the environment for the younger generation to learn the values of the game and the team work. The club is also operates one of the largest and vibrant Junior cricket program in Canada. The club is Currently have 125 junior register members who attends the Junior camps and programs the club also have 200 register members for Senior section. Which makes the club one of the largest Cricket Club in greater Toronto area.
The club practices and plays matches on their home grounds based in Iceland which generally known as Iceland Oval and second home ground which is based in Avebury road which is near to the Iceland oval. The club also host the tournaments and social programs on this ovals.
Here’s The Club members who running the club and academy :
Roy Supaul - President
Pankaj Gupta - Vice-President
Anis Adam - Secretary
Baldeo (Roy) Singh - Treasurer
Fayaz Jamkhandi - Public Relations Officer
Anand Supaul - Junior Coordinator
Priyank (Sunny) Chohan - Social Director
Asad Zaidi - Club Captain
The club has a 4 junior section:
- Under 13
- Under 15
- Under 17
- Under 19
The club also provide an opportunity to the players while giving an equal matches to each team the club plays on an average of 20 matches to each team to showcase their skills and improve their performance. The club also produced an international players for Canada Under 19 teams and jUnior teams currently Master Kurt Ramdath is been selected for under 19 national team of Canada. Also Faisal Jamkhandi, Kevin Singh and Nashed Uddin for making it to CCO regional teams for Ontario U17 Championship.