Dallas Cricket League Launched

Cricket batter hitting the ball
Cricket batsman hitting the ball with the wicket and the wicket-keeper standing behind him. | Image by vm

The National Texas Cricket Association (NTCA) is proud to revive the Dallas Premier League (DPL), which has attracted many national and international players in the past. According to their website, “DPL’s purpose is to conduct the Premier franchise-based T20 tournament in the United States.” The association is committed to keeping this tournament on its calendar every year in the future. This year’s event is the sixth iteration, with seven franchises participating: CML Elite Lions, F16 Stars, Golden Hawks, NDCC Royals, Punjab Lions, Texas Cricket Academy, and Texas Strikers. The DPL began on September 30, 2021, and will run throughout October until the end of the first week of November.

Fields Manager became an essential partner in the league’s re-launch with scheduling and slot management tools for athletic fields, lawns, and facilities. It helps parks and recreation divisions maximize revenue and utilization of park assets.

President of BizCloud Experts, Nagesh Kunamneni, explained: “Fields Manager was created to solve a critical pain point experienced by every starting community cricket group – where and when to play our first game. Fields Manager is positioned to answer this question by bridging the gap between local clubs, leagues, and parks managers with community groups. We are #proud of NTCA that we share a common goal/vision and are honored to work with NTCA to revive the prestigious Dallas Premier League (DPL) tournament.”

The DPL is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the NTCA, which was pleased to acquire Fields Manager as title sponsor of the event. They are also looking forward to a continued relationship in the years to come. The collaboration between the two entities began with the presence of their executives at the editorial session and will continue at events throughout the tournament.

Learn more about Fields Manager here: https://www.fieldsmanager.com/
Learn more about the North Texas Cricket Association here: https://cricclubs.com/ntca

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