CRICKET – The Unifying Force

Uniting communities through cricket – Origin Grand Cricket

A T20 format cricket tournament for the ethnic communities in Australia, Origin Grand Cricket started from November’2014, and 2015-15 is the 2nd successful year of this glorious tournament.The fun and excitement of the Origin Grand Cricket accommodates national stars from their own origins playing alongside Australia’s community’s home grown talents. With unlimited action, this is the hottest and best value entertainment for all communities. The motto of this tournament is “Uniting Communities through Cricket” and being played between the best teams from Australian multicultural

ogcOrigin Grand Cricket: Year 2015-16

The Tournament has just successfully completedits2nd year with great help from Mosaic Cricket Association and number of state councils and sponsors. This summer tournament consists of 28 teams from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka origin as well as main stream.

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Origin Grand Cricket: Year 2014-15

As first year, there were lots of challenges. But the huge support from the community and the passion, it was an instant success. 18 teams played from sub-continent and main stream.

ogc14-15Prize Distribution Ceremony and Gala Night 2014-15

The prize distribution ceremony and the gala night was a big success. It was full of color and enthusiasm. The great venue and Sponsor Spice of Life, Harris Park was packed with cricketers, stars, cricket loving politicians, media. The gala night was attended by the Bangladeshi Cricket Legend Naimur Rahman Durjoy, the Ex-Captain of Bangladesh National team and the director of Bangladesh Cricket Board. Federal MP Dr. ….. Lee and State MP Jihad Dib were also present. The Canterbury Councilor Karl Saleh and Michael Hawatt were also there. It was a memorable night for the Team Origin and all the teams that participated the Tournament.

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