Irish Ranji Trophy 2014 supports Educate Together

A really exciting major multicultural event takes place this Sunday June 22nd at Malahide Cricket Club, Dublin. Ranji Cricket Committee of Ireland will host teams representing some of the most famous Irish and global companies to compete in a fun cricket tournament inspired by the ‘Maharajah of Connemara’, the legendary Ranji – the first head of state to visit the newly-established Irish Free State in July 1924 and a symbol of cultural integration. The winning team will receive the Irish Ranji Trophy, that honours Ranji's efforts in bridging racial boundaries during his lifetime and to promote Irish-Indian relations today. 

We are delighted that funds raised on the day will be donated to Educate Together. So join us for a fun day out for all the family with music, food and festivities rich in the spirit of India with fabulous food from Jaipur, colourful teams and cheering supporters, cultural performances from Indian and Irish dancers and musicians. Entry is free and the event runs from 9.30am until 6pm.