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CRY-Armman-MCC Cricket Tournament 2011

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The CRY America Chicago Action Center along with ARMMAN and Midwest Cricket Conference (MCC), presents CRY-ARMMAN-MCC Cricket Cup 2011, a night cricket tournament for child rights.

FINALS: Phadoo XI beat Eagles

Date:

* Initial Matches – July 18th to 20th

* 2nd Round – July 21st

* Semi-Finals & Finals – July 25th

Time:

6pm to 11pm on all days

Location:

1919 Walnut Ave, Hanover Park, IL

Participate in your favorite sport, while supporting marginalized children have an opportunity to follow their dreams and enjoy their rights for a secure, happy and carefree childhood.

CRY Chicago, part of CRY America,  is a 501c3 non-profit organization, driven by its vision of a just world in which all children have equal opportunities to develop to their full potential and realize their dreams. With the support of over 500 volunteers and 15,000 donors, CRY America has impacted the lives of over 358,000 children living across 1,916 urban, rural and tribal communities in India and the USA, through support to 52 Projects.  More information on CRY Chicago and its activities can be found here.

Armman is a secular, India based nonprofit organization committed to improving the well being of pregnant mothers, newborn infants and children in the first five years of their life. The name ARMMAN (meaning a wish in Hindi) is an acronym for ADVANCING REDUCTION IN MORTALITY AND MORBIDITY OF MOTHERS, CHILDREN AND NEONATES. It also stands for the fervent wish that we members of ARMMAN share; that no mother, neonate, infant or child in India dies for want of care.  More information on Armman and it's activies can be found on their website.

Midwest Cricket Conference (MCC) is a non-profit sporting body and a long-standing member of the United States of America Cricket Association. This umbrella organization comprised of teams from Chicago and suburban areas was formed to organize the sport of cricket played in the midwest.  More information on MCC and it's activities can be found on their website.